The grant will enable all women working within the farriery industry including registered and apprentice farriers to develop their skills, careers and businesses until February 2011.
Women and Work Programme Manager, Lyndsay Bird, said: “The grants can be used to fund a range of training activities to develop technical, leadership, management and supervisory skills. This year, we are now able to offer this opportunity to women in farriery and look forward to seeing how it benefits women in the industry.”
Since the program began in March 2007, Lantra has helped 2,400 women working in male-dominated environmental and land-based industries to progress.
According to The National Farrier Training Agency, Great Britain has 53 registered female farriers and 33 female farriery apprentices who could benefit from the program.
For more information or to register your interest email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.lantra.co.uk/WomenandWork.
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