ERIE – The Manufacturer & Business Association (MBA) will honor 60 graduates from 31 companies during a recognition luncheon at noon Wednesday, August 2, at the Association’s Conference Center, 2171 West 38th Street at Pittsburgh Avenue. All media are invited to attend.
“The MBA is dedicated to delivering the highest level of professional training that today’s businesses demand,” said Tracy Daggett, PHR, manager of Professional Development Training Services for the Association. “We are proud of what these graduates have accomplished and applaud them and their employers on making the commitment to pursue continuous education."
The MBA offers more than 60 professional training classes, including a variety of certificate series programs such as Leadership for Team Leaders, Supervisory Skills, Marketing and Communications, HR Essentials, Excel Application Specialist and Word Application Specialist. Class participants and certificate-series graduates work in such areas as manufacturing, health care, service and government throughout the Association’s membership area.
The Manufacturer & Business Association (MBA), founded in 1905, represents more than 3,000 member companies with approximately 120,000 employees in 54 counties across the Commonwealth. The MBA is dedicated to helping employers face challenges by delivering services that lower the cost of doing business, ease the burden of compliance and increase productivity for its members. For more information, visit www.mbausa.org.