Industrial/Technical

The world of Industry and Technology is constantly changing. Arm yourself with the knowledge you need to be successful in the 21st century world of emerging industries. Lean how to adapt and innovate to meet both current and future challenges.

5S/Visual Workplace

The principles of 5S are based on the idea that manufacturing improvements begin with a workplace this is organized, clean, standardized and contains only what is required. Transform your manufacturing operations into one with enhanced communication and productivity. Learn to employ 5S methodology in your operation and implement visual workplace techniques.

Mechanical Design

This course will provide customized training for skills in basic mechanical design instruction per the request of the employer.

Blueprint Reading

Introduction to ready and interpreting prints and industrial drawings. Interpretation of views, projection, lines, sections, working and assembly drawings relative to manufacturing processes and order of operations.

CNC Basics/Lathe

This course will prepare students to program a CNC (computerized numeric controls) machine using G and M code programming.

Cellular Manufacturing

When processes are balanced, the product flows continuously and customer demands are met easily. Cellular/Flow Manufacturing links manual and machine operations into the most efficient combination of resources to maximize value added content while minimizing waste.

Computerized Numerical Control (CNC)

This course will prepare students to program a CNC (computerized numeric controls) machine using G and M code programming.

Basic Electricity

Covers principles of DC and AC electricity, motors, generators, batteries, power applications and measuring instruments.

Electrical Safety

This course covers the principles of electrical safety in the work environment. It includes an overview of electricity as well as electrical safety areas including lock-out/tag-out, arc flash, lethality, electrical shock, and NEC and OSHA guidelines.

Forklift Train the Trainer

This Forklift Train-the-Trainer session will focus on the OSHA forklift regulations 29 CRF 1910.178. It is designed for forklift trainers and individuals desiring to become forklift trainers. It is also recommended for current forklift trainers and operators as an avenue to stay current and up to date.

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD & T)

An introductory course for industry personnel in the basic concepts and usage of ANSI standard procedures for tolerances and dimensions on blueprints and drawings.

Hydraulics & Pneumatics

This course deals with theory, operation and application of industrial pneumatic systems. Emphasis is placed on component and system operation using practical lab applications. Maintenance and troubleshooting are included.

Industrial/Machine Maintenance

Common practices in industrial maintenance will be explored. These would include practices for industrial wiring systems, lighting, motors, controls and mechanical components. Safe working practices are also included in this course.

Motor Control

This course deals with operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of DC motors, AC-single and polyphase motors, polyphase distribution systems, transformers, motor controls and industrial control systems.

Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)

An introduction to the terminology, hardware, software, programming and application of programmable logic controllers (PLC's). This course assumes a basic knowledge of industrial electricity, relay control symbology and terminology and relay ladder logic.

MSSC Safety

This course will prepare individuals to sit for the Manufacturing Skills Standards Certification (MSSC) exam in Safety. Students will be taught to work in a safe and productive manufacturing workplace. They will understand safety equipment and emergency procedures. They will learn to identify unsafe conditions to take corrective action. They will learn to provide safety orientation, train personnel to use equipment safely and monitor safe equipment and operator performance. They will learn OSHA regulations to fulfill safety and health requirements for maintenance, installation and repair. This course is a combination of instructor lecture, hands-on-training, demonstration and also uses textbook and workbook as well as interactive computer modules.

MSSC Quality Practices and Measurement

This class prepares individuals to earn the MSSC Quality Practices and Measurement Certificate. The course examines the systems used to insure production of a quality product within a manufacturing environment. The meaning and benefits of quality, the cost of quality, interaction with customers, and problem solving tools for continuous improvement will be covered.

National Electrical Code

A general review of the State and National Electrical Codes will be given. Items covered will also include: special occupancies, motors, raceways, cables, conductors, cabinets, service and utilization equipment.

Project Management

This customized course will examine typical tasks of many personal and office computer installations. Learners will explore the importance of project management in IT environments. Learners create successful proposals and plan, schedule and budget for an IT project. They will learn about site preparation as well as the tools and steps necessary for project management and installation of operating systems and application software. Team leadership and communication are practiced. Microsoft Project assists them in monitoring the progress of the project, including the use of Gantt Charts, Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) and Critical Path Method (CPM). Participants will be required to complete and present a final project in which they will select, install, setup, test, and demo software.

Statistical Process/Quality Control

Presents and applies statistical process/quality control concepts, includes detailing of total quality system, statistical methods for process/product control, attribute and variables sampling concepts/applications, and management responsibilities tied to process/product control.

Total Productive Maintenance

Learn to analyze Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) to determine how much equipment time is being used effectively.

Welding Training/Certification

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