Four N.H. businesses get job training grants

Money will help train 92 workers in new skills


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Four more New Hampshire companies have been awarded job training grants that will help them provide 92 employees with new skills.

The grants total $22,975, and the companies contributed matching funds, bringing the total amount for training workers to $45,950.

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

 • Design Group Facility Solutions Inc. of Concord, which received a grant of $1,950 for six employees to receive 3-D Revit training by Microdesk of Manchester.

 • Circuit Technology of Merrimack, which received a grant of $11,550 to allow for the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership to train 20 employees in Lean, Value Stream Mapping and Kaizen.

 • Pfeiffer Vacuum Inc. of Nashua, which received a grant of $6,250 for 49 employees to receive communication training from The Etiquette Academy of New England.

 • NIPRO Consumer Healthcare Inc. of Lancaster, which received a grant of up to $3,225 to train 17 employees in supervisory skills, communication, leadership, HR, continuous improvement and computer skills at White Mountains Community College.

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