“This grant will go a long way in training the next generation of wood products manufacturing workers,” said NIC President
The funds will be used to address skill gaps for high-wage, high-demand occupations in the forest products industry and increase the employment and wages of
Workforce training and registered apprenticeship opportunities that are being developed and/or expanded include boiler operator registered apprenticeship, industrial mechanic/millwright registered apprenticeship, kiln operator training, power fluid/hydraulics training and programmable logic controls training.
“Wood products manufacturing has always been one of
Eligible businesses must produce a product or service sold outside the region, and the jobs must pay at least