Letters: Morgan Works teaches desirable skills to local residents in need of a job

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To the Editor:  Morgan County Family Connection, in conjunction with Georgia Piedmont Technical College, is offering a Workplace Fundamentals Certification Program called Morgan Works! This program consists of classes designed to help the unemployed obtain employable job skills and training, including work-ready OSHA and forklift certifications, Total Quality Management, Total Productive Maintenance, Just-In-Time, Employee Involvement, Professional Ethics and Etiquette, and much more!   This is a 5-week program, beginning in late February 2014, with classes meeting Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.   In order to participate, you must be unemployed, a Morgan County resident, and committed to attending class.  At the end of the certification course, there will be a graduation ceremony and job fair.  T

his program is designed to give Morgan County residents a competitive edge in obtaining local jobs.  Please call Velde Hardy at 706.343.5907 for more information.

Carrie Peters–Reid, District 1 Madison City Council; and

Chris Hodges, District 5 Madison City Council. via email

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