On Wed., Nov. 9, Texas Workforce Commissioner Andres Alcantar will present Richland College with two grant checks to provide skills training for approximately 600 Garland-area employees. Richland will provide this training partnership with the Dallas County Manufacturers’ Association (DCMA) and Genesis Physicians Group.
A check for $367,506 will be presented to Richland College and DCMA’s participating Garland employers, including Ecolab, J&A Manufacturing, Karlee, Kraft Foods, Marlow Industries, Micropac Industries, National Circuit Assembly, and SST Truck Company LLC. Employees will be trained in the areas of leadership development, lean manufacturing, project management, and more.
In addition, a check for $173,921 will be presented to Richland College and Genesis Physicians Group representatives and participating members’ offices. Richland will provide training in computer skills, language training, HIPAA law and ethics, medical insurance coding, electronic medical records, and other health-related skills.
Who: Richland College and the Texas Workforce Commission
What: Grant Check Presentation
When: 1 p.m., Wed., Nov. 9, 2011
Where: Richland College Garland Campus
675 W. Walnut Street
Garland, Texas 75040
Anitra Cotton, Manager of Public Information
Tandy Dollar, Director of Community Programs
Richland College Garland Campus