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Steve
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I have $2500.00 in retraining dollars to use from an old employer. I need to use them by Spring 2010. Any worthwhile schools or seminars in the South East to use the funds?
The only thing I know of is Thermowood's Cabinet S/W class but I don't plan on using the CNC products in my future.
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Steve
 

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What does this money cover? Wouldnt hurt to hire soemone for 1st aid, CPR and Defib training. This would also possibly help your insurance rates?? Of course i would advise buying all the tools you need for "examples" of dangerous equipment so the instructor has something to work with. When the re-training is doen you can then use those tools on jobs, thats called recycleing:thumbsup:.
 

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I have $2500.00 in retraining dollars to use from an old employer. I need to use them by Spring 2010. Any worthwhile schools or seminars in the South East to use the funds?
The only thing I know of is Thermowood's Cabinet S/W class but I don't plan on using the CNC products in my future.
Thanks,
Steve
Depends if you want to stay in construction.

In this economy if I had retraining money I would use it towards a mechanics classes.

If I didn't change carrers with it I could still use the automotive knowledge as a paying hobby or working on personal/work vehicles.
 
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