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ApprenticeshipNH will now serve a total of five key sectors of the New Hampshire economy by adding hospitality and construction & infrastructure apprenticeships.
Emily Zeien, Grant Manager for the ApprenticeshipNH program, talks about National Apprenticeship Week, November 12-18, 2018.
Representatives from three companies that have been participating in a new program designed to advance the skills of current employees through on-the-job and classroom training are already seeing benefits. On June 15, they discussed their involvement in the ApprenticeshipNH program before an audience of business leaders and reported that the program is having a positive impact on their workforce.
The extension will help train an additional 200 or more apprentices so they can advance their careers and earnings in New Hampshire, and will bolster efforts to build capacity for apprenticeships at employers across the state. This continuation funding of $847,770 will extend the grant from April 30, 2019, and brings the total investment in the program to over $2 million in federal funds.
ApprenticshipNH, a program that seeks to address workforce needs in various sectors throughout the state through a combination of classroom instruction and on-the-job training, will hold a networking and panel discussion event on Friday, June 15 at Manchester Community College.
Great Bay Community College’s Business & Training Center has recently announced a Fall Home Health Aide course scheduled to take place at the Portsmouth campus beginning in September, as a part of Senior Helpers of the Greater Seacoast’s apprenticeship program.