Steven Szymanski, of Midland, Michigan, died around 5 p.m. Tuesday in a “vehicular mishap.” The death remains under investigation.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
OCC has been involved in apprenticeship training since the college opened in 1965. Although technology has vastly changed since the ‘60s, the hands-on classroom teaching method, featuring state of the art laboratories, has remained consistent.
The entrepreneurial assistance firm BBCetc (which used to go by Biotechnology Business Consultants until its services spread well beyond biotech) is sponsoring a variety of training classes in the weeks ahead in writing winning federal Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer grant proposals.
The four-month training program is designed to teach people how to own and operate stores.
The TM Group, a founding member of Dynamics University, is proud to announce the launch of http://www.dynamicsuniversity.com. Dynamics University is a nationwide group of premiere Microsoft Dynamics partners focused on providing learning opportunities to Microsoft Dynamics users.
Ann Arbor Spark and the Washtenaw Community College Workforce Development department have joined forces to identify and address the training needs of area businesses in new and innovative ways.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions
The Farmington Hills Fire Department and City of Farmington Department of Public Safety, in partnership with Farmington Public Schools, is offering free CPR training to high school students.
NSF-DBA, a subsidiary of Ann Arbor-based NSF International that provides training and consulting for the pharmaceutical industry, has acquired UK-based medical device training and consulting company Pink Associates, with Managing Director James Pink joining NSF-DBA as a partner.