There are a number of resources available to assist businesses in building the critical skills needed to grow and prosper. Many of these initiatives were developed by NCIC in partnership with other local and regional organizations to address specific training needs in the region.
The Northeast Kingdom Manufacturing Training Center was developed in partnership with Lyndon State College (LSC) to provide CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) training to new and incumbent workers for local manufacturing plants. NCIC purchased the equipment for CNC programming and LSC provides the staff for training students.
For eligibility and curriculum, please contact:
Ann Nygard, Director, Center for Rural Entrepreneurship
Lyndon State College
PO Box 919, Lyndonville, VT 05851
(802) 626-4867 | email@example.com
The Littleton Area Learning Center, developed in partnership with the Littleton Industrial Development Corp., provides training opportunities to local public safety entities as well as local businesses and entrepreneurs. The facility currently houses a very active White Mountain Community College campus and the Judd Gregg Public Safety Academy. For more information, click here.
If your community has training needs as a result of a shift in the employer base, please contact in NH: Cathy Conway at 603-778-2700 or firstname.lastname@example.org or in VT: Mike Welch at 802-748-5101 or email@example.com to explore how NCIC and its partners can help.
OTHER TRAINING RESOURCES
To find other business training opportunities in the region, visit wrencommunity.org, wmcc.edu or lyndonstate.edu.
NCIC also offers technical assistance through their team of consultants to address specific business disciplines. For more information visit our Technical Assistance page.