Apprenticeship: I wasn't made to be a secretary

Australia, 1981

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Girls who have chosen to serve apprenticeships in such areas as stonemasonry, automotive mechanics and painting discuss why they decided on these traditionally male dominated stress. Suitable for secondary level.

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producer

Elisabeth Knight

production company

Film Australia

director

David Haythornthwaite

Duration

00:13:57:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1981

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