Five N.H. firms win job training grants

Total of $27,514 in grants will help train 132 workers


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Five more New Hampshire companies have been awarded job training grants, which will help them train 132 workers in new skills.

The grants total $27,514, and the companies contribute the same in matching funds.

Gov. Maggie Hassan announced the recipients on Monday. They are:

 • North Branch Construction Inc. of Concord, $3,312, for 24 employees to receive training in management and organizational techniques, public speaking and interview skills from Manchester Community College.

 • NH Ball Bearings Inc. Astro Division of Laconia, $14,775, for 80 employees to receive training from Tooling U and Stolter in manufacturing, leadership skills and blueprint analysis.

 • McHenry Architecture of Portsmouth, $2,130, for eight employees to attend myCADD for Revit architecture software training.

 • Ambit Engineering Inc. of Portsmouth $5,347, for training eight employees in a variety of skills, including hydraulic classification, US Army Corps wetland delineator methods, management and team leadership, Advanced AutoCAD, Microsoft Office and septic system evaluation.

 • Kheops International Inc. of Colebrook, $1,950 for nine employees to receive management training from Annie Bartlett.

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