During the 1960s, the Indaux workshops came to host almost 30 women, but today the female presence in the workshop is reduced to 7 women, compared to 113 men. Indaux has promoted the atraction of female talent to the worshops and encourage the interest of studying an Industrial VET among the female public. There are still few women who dare to break with stereotypes and study vocational training in industrial specialties.
This February, the Getaria mechanical workshop hired a trainee. It is Iratxe Nuñez, who has completed a higher degree in mechanical manufacturing production programming. “I feel very confortable at Indaux . My colleagues help me and when I have any questions they always attend me with kindness. I also like the work. It is not monotonous. I would like to learn a little about everything, because I think being versatile is better than mastering a single task. I am very grateful to Indaux for this opportunity ”, she says.
Indaux is a company committed to equality, one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.Indaux is a company committed to equality, one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. Last year it ratified its first equality plan, which will last for 4 years. Welcoming trainees and accompanying them in an educational process and insertion in the labor market is part of Indaux’s commitment to improving their environment.