Three more N.H. businesses get job training grants

Money to be used to help 25 workers upgrade skills



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Another three New Hampshire businesses have been awarded grants through state Job Training Fund.

The three grants total $33,000 and some 25 workers are scheduled to receive training. The companies contributed dollar-for-dollar matching funds.

Receiving the grants were:

 • Symmetry Medical Inc. of Hampton, which will receive a grant of $18,400 for Manchester Community College and the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership to train 10 employees in Six Sigma and the Lean Manufacturing Certificate Program.

 • Axenics of Nashua. which will use a grant of $5,445 so three employees can receive training in CNC tube bending from Horn Machine Tools and Hand Soldering Operator Certification and IPC-A-620 Specialist Certification from EPTAC.

 • C3I Inc. of Hampton, which will receive a grant of $9,500 for project manager, safety, technical and software training for 12 employees from a variety of trainers, including the Red Cross, UNH, Microsoft, Soft 02, ONLC Training, Skill Path, OrCAD, QUI Learning CADD Edge and Webucator.

Since October 2007, some $6.6 million in grants have been awarded through the fund.


 

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