WOMEN’STEC is delighted to announce that it was selected to be televised on the BBC(NI) Community Life programme and has been chosen as a charity to feature on the BBC(NI) charity appeals website.

The new community life programme (formerly Lifeline) is broadcast four times a year on BBC Northern Ireland television.  It profiles the work and support needs of a limited number of local charities each year.  WOMEN’STEC was selected following an application process and filming took place during September with presenter Vinny Hurrell showcasing WOMEN’STEC Plumbing, Painting & Decorating, Horticulture and Joinery classes.

The Community Life programme broadcast featuring WOMEN’STEC took place during October. The video clips can be viewed from the BBC(NI) website at:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/corporate2/northernireland/appeals/broadcast/hands_that_talk

WOMEN’STEC has a life-changing, positive impact on women’s lives each year, with around 200 women attending training and gaining qualifications.

Aine’s interview can be viewed by clicking here.

Natalie’s interview can be viewed by clicking here.

View the work of WOMEN’STEC by clicking here.

 For organisations or individuals wishing to support the work of WOMEN’STEC, please contact the Chief Executive, Lynn Carvill, by ringing 028 90 749 840.