Three more N.H. companies get job training grants

To help train 114 workers in new skills


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Job training grants have been awarded to three New Hampshire companies to help them train a total of 114 workers in new skills.

The Job Training Fund grants, announced by Gov. Maggie Hassan, total $18,175; the three companies contributed matching funds to bring the total amount of funds for training workers to $36,351.

Awarded grants were:

 • D.S. Cole Growers Inc., Loudon, which received a grant of $7,887 to allow the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership to train 10 employees in quality control and LEAN process flow.

 • DeStefano Architects PLLC, Portsmouth, awarded a grant of $1,300 to train eight employees in REVIT 3D software using Microdesk of Nashua as the trainer.

 • Nanocomp Technologies Inc., Merrimack, received a grant of $8,988 to train 96 workers in continuous improvement, ISO training and IT training with NHMEP and New Horizons.

Since October 2007, some $6.4 million in job training grants have been awarded to New Hampshire firms.

For more information, visit nhjobtrainingfund.org.

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