NEW! NMA Funding Support for Continuous Improvement Leadership Training Program
2016 NMA Member Awards
Celebrating Manufacturing in Northumberland
The NMA presented Member awards at Hoselton Studio in Colborne on October 5th. Each recipient was presented with an award designed and manufactured in Northumberland by fellow NMA member, Hoselton Studio.
The 1st Annual Environmental/Health & Safety Award
Presented to CHEM-ECOL Ltd.
Nathan Coyle and Fred Kosseim (Chem-Ecol) and Dan Ross, NMA President
The 1st Annual High Performance Manufacturing Award
Presented to CpK Interior Products Inc.
Pat Jossinet Brad Fegan (CpK Interior Products) and Dan Ross, NMA President
The 1st Annual Investing in Employee Development Award
in partnership with Fleming College
was presented to Canadian Wear Technologies Ltd.
Representing Lou Rinaldi – Darlene Warner; Fleming College – Deborah Stanford; Canadian Wear Technologies – Brad Shehan; NMA President, Dan Ross
Awards Produced by Hoselton Studio
Award winners with Hoselton Staff – L to R: Brad (CpK), Jay & Rose (Hoselton Studio), Fred (Chem-Ecol), Brad (Canadian Wear Technologies). Thank you to the team at Hoselton’s for hosting the NMA Awards event.
NMA New Funding For Manufacturer Training
Northumberland, ON – (October 5, 2016) – The Northumberland Manufacturers’ Association (NMA) submission to the Canada-Ontario Job Grant: Upskill Call for Proposal to deliver a Northumberland manufacturing sector specific training program was approved by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD). The approval provides the NMA with two- thirds funding to a maximum of $54,000 to support local manufacturers’ participation in a pilot training program.
NEW Continuous Improvement Leadership Training with 2/3 Funding Rebate for Northumberland area Manufacturers.
The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development approved the NMA’s submission to fund manufacturing specific training. The new NMA training pilot was developed in partnership with Fleming College in consultation with local manufacturers to fill a skills gap identified by NMA member manufacturers.