LEWISTON, Idaho – A public retirement reception for Dan Faller, custom contract and marketing coordinator for Lewis-Clark State College’s Workforce Training, will be held Thursday, Nov. 15, at 3-5 p.m. at the North Lewiston Training Center, located at 1920 3rd Ave. North in Lewiston.
The reception is free and open to all. Faller is retiring on Nov. 30 after 18 years at the college.
Faller joined Workforce Training in 2000 when he was named the marketing director. Over the years, Faller assumed duties for coordinating short-term training in business, industry, welding, and customized training. His welding programs have received statewide recognition as the program of the year, and his marketing abilities have served WFT and LCSC well.
Faller is a well-known local musician, both as a country-western soloist and with bands, including the Working Poor and a classic rock band, the Big Newtons. He has been performing in the Pacific Northwest for 44 years and has played more than 4,000 shows.
LCSC’s Workforce Training offers short-term, non-credit classes for workers who have lost their jobs, are looking for an upgrade in training, or are wanting to broaden their skills. It also offers custom classes to business for their employees or students who are enrolled in apprentice programs. WFT offers both daytime and evening classes.
For more information on WFT visit www.lcsc.edu/workforce-training.