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Better Project Management

Posted: June 2, 2011

Cass Tang, President of Synergy Corps

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A two-day workshop June 23 and 24 will help you or your employees improve their project management skills. Available at the Puget Sound Industrial Excellence Center in Georgetown, the workshop received rave reviews from past participants.

“I really think the class was a watershed moment for our organization and for me as the CEO,” said Jon Deex, CEO for North Star Ice Equipment in South Park.

Participants are interviewed prior to the class so content can be tailored to their specific needs. The class is based on case-studies using actual experiences of industrial firms.

The instructor is Cass Tang, president of Synergy Corps. The fee is $749. Members of the Manufacturing Industrial Council of Seattle receive a discount to $599. The discount rate is also available if a company enrolls more than one student.

The two day sessions are both scheduled to run from 8:30 am to 3:30 p.m. See the course flyer .

For more information, visit: Web Site.

Graduates Available June 13th

Students in a basic manufacturing program at South Seattle Community College will be available for fulltime on-the-job internships on Monday, June 13. Wages and insurance for the interns are paid by King County government. The internships last four weeks. Employers are expected to treat the interns as they would any other employee.

The interns receive nine weeks of training and earn certificates for forklift operation, flagging, OSHA 10, First Aid-CPR and Haz Mat. They have also received industry-specific training in manufacturing math, blueprint reading, basic electrical theory and lean manufacturing.

Employers who might want to provide an internship can sign up or get more information through Christine Jones at the Manufacturing Industrial Council, 206-762-2470 or by email, Christine(at)

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