Seven NH companies receive job training funds

Matching grants will help 129 workers learn new skills


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Seven New Hampshire companies have received grants that will help them train 129 employees in new skills.

The job training grants total $77,105. The companies matched the training funds, bringing the total amount for training workers to $154,210.

The latest round of grants was announced Monday by Gov. Maggie Hassan.

Receiving the grants were:

 • Charles Leonard Steel of Concord, $19,958 for in-house training of 15 employees in specialized areas of fabrication across departments.

 • Concord Awning & Canvas, Bow, $7,250 for 12 employees to receive training from the NH Manufacturing Extension Partnership.

 • Stamping Technologies Inc., Laconia, $4,500 for training three employees in the ISO 9001 Collaborative at NHMEP.

 • Liberty Utilities of Londonderry, $7,500 to instruct 40 employees in customer service through Nashua Community College.

 • Intec Automation of Rochester, $2,699 to train four employees in precision machining and Solidworks at Great Bay Community College.

 • Bald Peak Colony Club, Moultonborough, $3,100 for 25 employees to receive training in cybersecurity program development from Neoscope Inc.

 • Ipsumm Inc., Portsmouth, $51,729 to train 30 employees in a variety of skills at NHMEP, the University of New Hampshire, Great Bay Community College, Rockwell Automation, Horizons Solutions and Human Capital Institute.

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