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Siemens launches job training program in Detroit area for veterans

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LIVONIA, Mich. (AP) -

A job training initiative is being offered in the Detroit area to help military veterans with engineering and manufacturing backgrounds transition to the civilian workforce.

Siemens Corp. says the program was launched by Siemens' product lifecycle management software business in 22 cities across the country.

The program provides free training in digital lifecycle management and computer-aided design, computer-aided manufacturing and computer-aided engineering software technology.

Training will be at Siemens product lifecycle management facility in Livonia. The company will invest up to $17,000 for each eligible veteran in the program.

Classes are held over several days in May, June and July.

Siemens says veterans completing the program will be qualified for jobs where product lifecycle management technology is used.

To apply, go to: www.siemens.com/plm/trainingforusvets

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