Central Piedmont to provide customized training for Siemens Energy, Boingo Graphics

Central Piedmont Community College will provide customized training for employees of two Mecklenburg County companies Siemens Energy and Boingo Graphics through funding from North Carolina's customized training program.

The N.C. Community College System's Customized Training Program offers training services and specialized programs to assist new and existing businesses and industries to remain productive and profitable in North Carolina.

Siemens Energy will receive approximately $131,800 in training value from Central Piedmont. The college will support the company with its onboarding of new employees, including orientation, metrics and metrology, safety, customer and business focus, computer training, and continuous improvement.

Boingo Graphics will receive approximately $22,00 in training value. The college will provide leadership and customer service training.

Central Piedmont's Corporate Learning Center is the college's single point of contact for serving the wide range of learning and development needs of businesses and organizations in Mecklenburg County, including customized training. The college's span of learning, expertise, and experience make Central Piedmont a uniquely positioned workforce development resource to help local companies meet their performance and growth goals.

To talk with a Corporate Learning Center team member, call 704.330.4660 or visit www.cpcc.edu/clc.

Earlier this year, the college announced customized training partnerships with RGA Enterprises and IPEX USA.

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