Five NH companies receive grants for employee training
The job training grants total $72,536. The five companies contributed matching funds, bringing the total funds for training workers to $145,073.
Phase 2 Medical Manufacturing of Rochester will be awarded a Job Training Fund grant of $32,634 for training 67 employees using six different training providers — Great Bay Community College, New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NHMEP), Southern New Hampshire University, Eptac, Training Interactive and Greenlight Consulting — in a variety of courses.
Collins Home Innovations Corp. will receive a $5,739.50 grant for Cultural Chemistry and SkillSoft Training to train up to 11 employees in employee management and cultural diversity skills.
Companies interested in applying to the Job Training Fund should visit www.nhjobtrainingfund.org.
- To what do you attribute New Hampshire's precipitous drop in rankings for business friendliness?
- Aging workforce
- Energy cost
- Govt. regulation
- High taxes and fees
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