Advanced Manufacturing Relief Program expands to Kawartha Lakes

By Lindsay Advocate


The Advanced Manufacturing Relief Program is pleased to announce the addition of Kawartha Lakes Community Futures Development Corporation (KLCFDC) to the list of partners supporting and funding this initiative.

The program provides direct services and consultations to the manufacturing community. Participating manufacturers receive up to five dedicated hours of personalized training led by experts in each of the following fields:

– Health and wellness for employees and management

– Learning and innovating with new technologies

– Health and safety: current and future regulations

– Human resources: employment and labour law expertise

This new program is open to manufacturers located within Northumberland County, Peterborough County and Kawartha Lakes at no cost to the manufacturer.

Program criteria consists of being a manufacturer located within the above mentioned regions and completing all program consultations by March 10. Applications being accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

“Kawartha Lakes manufacturers are major employers in our area and an integral piece of our local economy,” says Vince Killen, executive director of KLCFDC. “This program is an important step in ensuring these manufacturers receive additional assistance outside of our current financial funding support. We are pleased to join with our regional CFDC partners, as well as the Northumberland Manufacturing Association and Kawartha Manufacturers Association, to be able to offer training support to these businesses.”

To learn more or to apply click here.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.