Women in Collision

As well as hearing from the seminar speakers, we'll be presenting this year's Women in Collision Awards.

If you are making a weekend of it make sure you book your accomodation this week.

A list of the nominees so far and a shout out for more nominations from WA and SA.

Nominate your leading ladies and give them the recognition they deserve.

Connecting inspiring women from the collision industry in an afternoon of exploring different issues and celebrating our 2018 winners' achievements.

Learning, networking, recognising excellence and having some fun are all on the agenda at next month's event.

Date for awards and seminar is set for November 16 and a new category will now include women working in the industry outside of bodyshops.

We'll publish who has been nominated so far next week so make sure you nominate now.

A great opportunity to network and discuss strategies for female recognition, participation and engagement in our industry.

2017 Women in Collision award winners and women from the industry across the country had a great day networking with their peers.

We're looking for nominations for your star female tradespeople or estimators.

Dianne Ruggeri of Europanels, Victoria was the first 2016 finalist in the Women in Smash awards.

Cramp Bros Bodyworks is the longest running bodyshop in Hobart, Tasmania with Petrina White at its helm as owner and director.

Kate Millar of Sheen Panel Service Croydon celebrates 10 years in the industry.

22-year-old spray painting apprentice 
Lauren Neill of David Hand Smash has been an apprentice spray painter at David Hand Smash in Canberra for four years