GED's Continuing Education Training Program Has Record Attendance

GED Integrated Solutions of Twinsburg, Ohio, a provider of integrated, lean window manufacturing systems, has announced the graduation of its 500th training program student in 2006, Gale Croll of JELD-WEN.

Ken Collier, instructor for the Gen-2 Intercept Maintenance Course, gave all students in the record-breaking class an American Express gift card. Croll received a certificate of appreciation to honor the occasion.

"Each year we approach this milestone number, but haven't topped 500 until 2006," says Collier.

GED has provided training classes continuously since 1996. GED also completed expansion of its training center in 2006 to accommodate a growing need in the industry for training. Today, three full-time GED trainers provide comprehensive operating and maintenance courses for both vinyl and glass machinery in a dedicated 16,000 square foot training and technical center. Courses include classroom, computer lab and hands-on machinery training without interruption to the manufacturing process. Students receive reference materials and a certificate upon completion.

For more information, visit www.gedusa.com.


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