Five N.H. companies get job training grants

Money will help train 537 workers in new skills


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Five more New Hampshire companies have been awarded job training grants that will help them train 537 employees in new skills.

The grants total $62,709, and the companies contributed matching funds, bringing the total amount for training workers to $125,419.

The companies receiving Job Training Fund grants were announced by Gov. Maggie Hassan. They are:

 • Schleuniger Inc. of Manchester, $17,367, for 39 employees to receive training in a variety of skills from Manchester Community College, ONLC Training Centers, Certified Staffing Solutions, University of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Technical Institute and others.

• Goss International of Durham, $6,162 for Tandem Training to train 403 employees in communications and customer service.

 • Vishay HiRel Systems LLC, Dover, $1,750 for training one employee in Six Sigma with the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership.

 • Spaulding Composites Inc., Rochester, $2,943 to train nine employees in supervisory skills and human resources certification at Great Bay Community College and the HR Institute.

 • VF Corp. dba Timberland LLC, Stratham, $34,486 for 85 employees to receive training from Great Bay Community College in customer service, cultural diversity and business acumen.

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