New Hampshire Bestows Job Training Grants To Nine Firms Throughout The State
Ridgeview Construction of Deerfield, which will receive a grant of $8,430 to train nine employees in a variety of programs, including managerial and human resource skills and efficient-energy construction skills from four training providers: Cultural Chemistry, NSEA, Skillsoft and the Home Builders Association.
Portsmouth-based Next Level Now Inc. will be awarded a grant of up to $4,222 for training four employees in human resources and project management using Cultural Chemistry and Skillsoft.
Yankee Thermal Imaging LLC of Rochester will receive a Job Training Fund grant of $17,336.50 for training from Lakes Region Community College, Green Education Services, Everblue, Building Efficiency Resources, Cultural Chemistry, Skillsoft, and Manchester Community College to help nine employees develop a variety of efficient construction skills and human resource management skills.
A grant of $7,627.70 will be awarded to Burndy LLC of Manchester in order to train eight employees in human resource management skills at Manchester Community College.
Nashua’s J. Lawrence Hall Co. will receive a $3,442.50 grant for the Gould Construction Institute to provide HVAC training for up to six employees.
Conductive Compounds Inc. of Hudson will receive a grant of $5,250 for the North Haven Group to train six employees in new software JMP 11.0.
Osram Sylvania Specialty Products of Hillsborough will receive a Job Training Fund grant of $42,077 to train 167 employees in electrical safety, robotics, vision inspection training, emergency response, database training and other courses using 13 different training providers.
Cultural Chemistry of Manchester was awarded a grant of $2,970.00 for training four employees in payroll and human resource management using four training providers.
Cirtronics Corporation of Milford will receive a grant of up to $13,275 for sales training from Sandler Sales Training of Manchester for 10 employees.
The Job Training Fund has awarded $6,603,835 in grants since October 2007, with employers contributing $9,236,836 for a total of $15,840,672 in new training for 19,784 New Hampshire workers, the Governor’s Office said.