June 2019

Pacific Masonry Walls, www.pacificmasonry.com in Orange is both a concrete and masonry specialty company.  Working throughout California, Pacific Masonry turns a plain block building into something special to look at.   Training Refund Group helped the company through the application process and will manage the  administration of the project.

Pavement Recycling Serviceswww.pavementrecycling.com, of Mira Loma is a major paving contractor for CalTrans and sub for other construction companies that build large paved areas.  This is the second project for the company and Training Refund Group has helped with both projects.

Cal Micro Recycling, www.calmicrousa.com in Ontario recycles glass, electronics, old mattresses, and destroys counterfeit products.  This is their first project and the company received $30,000 to train 60 people in the proper way to recycle these materials.

 Employment Training Panel Awards More Than $13 million to Train 9,000 Workers

March 2019

Employment Training Panel Awards $600,000 to Train 600 Workers for Camp Fire Cleanup and Emergency Response

February 2019

Love 2 Learn Consulting, www.l2lconsulting.com, in Huntington Beach provides treatment for children and adults along the autism spectrum.  ETP approved over $115,000 in funding for this agency to train therapists in Applied Behavioral Analysis.  Training Refund Group assisted in the funding approval and will take care of the administration on this project.

Brascia Builders, www.brasciabuilders.com, a contractor in Long Beach that specializes in remodeling projects received ETP approval to train 30 people.

Cucamonga Valley Medical Group, www.cvmgdocs.com, is a medical group that operates 8 clinics in the Inland Empire.  Their mission is to provide comprehensive care for undeserved areas of the Inland Empire.  ETP approved their request for $80,000 to train over 80 of their staff.

Wellington Foodswww.wellingtonfoods.com, in Corona is a manufacturer of wet and dry food supplements to many of the health food stores across the country.  ETP approved their request for funding to train incumbent staff on more efficient manufacturing processes that coincide with the startup of a new production line.