Before they are licensed, the employees will do work for the company that doesn't require a license. Currently, the company has about 20 employees in the training program, Senecal said.

"It's a very important part of our livelihood, quite frankly," Senecal said. "If we're not training young men and women to be the future, we just wouldn't be here. We wouldn't be able to do what we're doing without them because otherwise we'd be staffed with an old bunch of retirees."

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