Manufacturing Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Manufacturing




Total 800 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Design for Manufacturing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Minnesota School of Business & Globe University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Blaine, Minneapolis, Richfield, Rochester, Woodbury, United States

Students determine manufacturing
and material selection as they relate to part design and feasibility. Topics
include economics, machining, casting, molding, forming, bending, and joining.

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

This lab intensive course developed in conjunction with Rockwell Automation, has been designed to provide plant administrators, control system engineers and traditional network engineers in the manufacturing, process control and oil and gas industries, with the skills required to successfully implement and troubleshoot the most common industry standard protocols. Best practices in Security and Wireless are also reviewed from an industrial networks perspective.

This course is job-role specific and enables you to achieve competency and skills to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot industry standard network protocols as well as wireless and security technologies to ensure that current infrastructures are maximized while developing a converged platform for flexibility to support future business outcomes. Students will be exposed to multiple industrial network technologies as well as products from Cisco and other industrial suppliers including Rockwell Automation.

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

This lab intensive course developed in conjunction with Rockwell Automation, has been designed to provide plant administrators, control system engineers and traditional network engineers in the manufacturing, process control and oil and gas industries, with the skills required to successfully implement and troubleshoot the most common industry standard protocols. Best practices in Security and Wireless are also reviewed from an industrial networks perspective.

This course is job-role specific and enables you to achieve competency and skills to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot industry standard network protocols as well as wireless and security technologies to ensure that current infrastructures are maximized while developing a converged platform for flexibility to support future business outcomes. Students will be exposed to multiple industrial network technologies as well as products from Cisco and other industrial suppliers including Rockwell Automation.

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UK
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Aberdeen, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, London, Wokingham, United Kingdom
  V

This lab intensive course developed in conjunction with Rockwell Automation, has been designed to provide plant administrators, control system engineers and traditional network engineers in the manufacturing, process control and oil and gas industries, with the skills required to successfully implement and troubleshoot the most common industry standard protocols. Best practices in Security and Wireless are also reviewed from an industrial networks perspective.

This course is job-role specific and enables you to achieve competency and skills to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot industry standard network protocols as well as wireless and security technologies to ensure that current infrastructures are maximized while developing a converged platform for flexibility to support future business outcomes. Students will be exposed to multiple industrial network technologies as well as products from Cisco and other industrial suppliers including Rockwell Automation.

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UAE
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Abu Dhabi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  V

1. Industrial Networking Concepts and Components

Contrasting Enterprise and Industrial Environments

Configuration Tools for Industrial Ethernet Switches

Exploring Layer 2 Considerations

Layer 2 Resiliency Using Spanning Tree Protocol

Layer 2 Resiliency Considerations

Layer 2 Multicast Control and QoS

Exploring Layer 3 Considerations



2. General Troubleshooting Issues

Troubleshooting Methodologies

Troubleshooting Layer 1

Troubleshooting Layer 2 Issues

Troubleshooting Layer 3 Issues



3. Ethernet/IP

Exploring Ethernet/IP Communications

Exploring Hardware Capabilities

Exploring CIP Sync, CIP Motion, and CIP Safety

Exploring Embedded Switch Technology

Configuring Stratix Switches



4. Troubleshooting Ethernet/IP

Identifying Common EtherNet/IP Issues

EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Methods and Tools



5. PROFINET

Describe PROFINET Functionality and Connection Method

Describing ... [Read More]

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge India
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Pune, India
  V

1. Industrial Networking Concepts and Components

Contrasting Enterprise and Industrial Environments

Configuration Tools for Industrial Ethernet Switches

Exploring Layer 2 Considerations

Layer 2 Resiliency Using Spanning Tree Protocol

Layer 2 Resiliency Considerations

Layer 2 Multicast Control and QoS

Exploring Layer 3 Considerations



2. General Troubleshooting Issues

Troubleshooting Methodologies

Troubleshooting Layer 1

Troubleshooting Layer 2 Issues

Troubleshooting Layer 3 Issues



3. Ethernet/IP

Exploring Ethernet/IP Communications

Exploring Hardware Capabilities

Exploring CIP Sync, CIP Motion, and CIP Safety

Exploring Embedded Switch Technology

Configuring Stratix Switches



4. Troubleshooting Ethernet/IP

Identifying Common EtherNet/IP Issues

EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Methods and Tools



5. PROFINET

Describe PROFINET Functionality and Connection Method

Describing ... [Read More]

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Malaysia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
  V

1. Industrial Networking Concepts and Components

Contrasting Enterprise and Industrial Environments

Configuration Tools for Industrial Ethernet Switches

Exploring Layer 2 Considerations

Layer 2 Resiliency Using Spanning Tree Protocol

Layer 2 Resiliency Considerations

Layer 2 Multicast Control and QoS

Exploring Layer 3 Considerations



2. General Troubleshooting Issues

Troubleshooting Methodologies

Troubleshooting Layer 1

Troubleshooting Layer 2 Issues

Troubleshooting Layer 3 Issues



3. Ethernet/IP

Exploring Ethernet/IP Communications

Exploring Hardware Capabilities

Exploring CIP Sync, CIP Motion, and CIP Safety

Exploring Embedded Switch Technology

Configuring Stratix Switches



4. Troubleshooting Ethernet/IP

Identifying Common EtherNet/IP Issues

EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Methods and Tools



5. PROFINET

Describe PROFINET Functionality and Connection Method

Describing ... [Read More]

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Indonesia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Jakarta, Indonesia
  V

1. Industrial Networking Concepts and Components

Contrasting Enterprise and Industrial Environments

Configuration Tools for Industrial Ethernet Switches

Exploring Layer 2 Considerations

Layer 2 Resiliency Using Spanning Tree Protocol

Layer 2 Resiliency Considerations

Layer 2 Multicast Control and QoS

Exploring Layer 3 Considerations



2. General Troubleshooting Issues

Troubleshooting Methodologies

Troubleshooting Layer 1

Troubleshooting Layer 2 Issues

Troubleshooting Layer 3 Issues



3. Ethernet/IP

Exploring Ethernet/IP Communications

Exploring Hardware Capabilities

Exploring CIP Sync, CIP Motion, and CIP Safety

Exploring Embedded Switch Technology

Configuring Stratix Switches



4. Troubleshooting Ethernet/IP

Identifying Common EtherNet/IP Issues

EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Methods and Tools



5. PROFINET

Describe PROFINET Functionality and Connection Method

Describing ... [Read More]

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge China
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Guangzhou, China
  V

1. Industrial Networking Concepts and Components

Contrasting Enterprise and Industrial Environments

Configuration Tools for Industrial Ethernet Switches

Exploring Layer 2 Considerations

Layer 2 Resiliency Using Spanning Tree Protocol

Layer 2 Resiliency Considerations

Layer 2 Multicast Control and QoS

Exploring Layer 3 Considerations



2. General Troubleshooting Issues

Troubleshooting Methodologies

Troubleshooting Layer 1

Troubleshooting Layer 2 Issues

Troubleshooting Layer 3 Issues



3. Ethernet/IP

Exploring Ethernet/IP Communications

Exploring Hardware Capabilities

Exploring CIP Sync, CIP Motion, and CIP Safety

Exploring Embedded Switch Technology

Configuring Stratix Switches



4. Troubleshooting Ethernet/IP

Identifying Common EtherNet/IP Issues

EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Methods and Tools



5. PROFINET

Describe PROFINET Functionality and Connection Method

Describing ... [Read More]

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Singapore
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Singapore, Singapore
  V

1. Industrial Networking Concepts and Components

Contrasting Enterprise and Industrial Environments

Configuration Tools for Industrial Ethernet Switches

Exploring Layer 2 Considerations

Layer 2 Resiliency Using Spanning Tree Protocol

Layer 2 Resiliency Considerations

Layer 2 Multicast Control and QoS

Exploring Layer 3 Considerations



2. General Troubleshooting Issues

Troubleshooting Methodologies

Troubleshooting Layer 1

Troubleshooting Layer 2 Issues

Troubleshooting Layer 3 Issues



3. Ethernet/IP

Exploring Ethernet/IP Communications

Exploring Hardware Capabilities

Exploring CIP Sync, CIP Motion, and CIP Safety

Exploring Embedded Switch Technology

Configuring Stratix Switches



4. Troubleshooting Ethernet/IP

Identifying Common EtherNet/IP Issues

EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Methods and Tools



5. PROFINET

Describe PROFINET Functionality and Connection Method

Describing ... [Read More]

Pharmacovigilance Planning & Risk Management

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Equip Global Pte Ltd
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Singapore, Singapore
  V


Learning Objective
?Appraise the founding principles of pharmacovigilance and landmark cases effecting change to recent drug safety issue
?Remain current with global regulatory changes to ensure compliance with new pharmacovigilance, risk management, and adverse event reporting initiatives
?Create a synchronized regulatory strategy that will ensure safety compliance in pharmacovigilance with FDA and EMA regulators
?Demonstrate good pharmacovigilance practice and locate key sources of information and documentation
?Utilize risk management tools such as Period Safety Update Reports (PSUR) and Risk Evaluation &, Mitigations Strategy (REMS) to effectively evaluate internal risk
?Outline how to apply signal detection within their function based on the possibilities and limitations of methodology, data and resources
?Undertake a risk benefit analysis of a newly marketed medicinal product, make and justify appropriate recommendations for communicating the updated information

Who Should Attend?
?Professionals working in the area of:
?Drug safety &, pharmacovigilance
?Clinical research and developm... [Read More]

Lean Manufacturing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: FSU Corporate and Professional Development Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
  V

Introduction to lean manufacturing concepts and practices. This course introduces attendees to the concepts and practices of lean manufacturing as currently applied in industry, to develop basic skills in applying those principles to reduce waste in the workplace. Topics include push vs. pull systems, kanban, takt time, SMED, TOC 5S, poka yoke, and kaizen. (Please contact CPD for information and availability of this course)

Manufacturing Technology

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
  V

The Manufacturing Technology program is the only manufacturing technology program in Michigan and one of a few in the country that offers two individual career pathway concentrations. Prospective students have a choice of Manufacturing Processing Technology, or Manufacturing Tooling Technology.

You will develop a solid technical foundation through the application of processing technology and tooling operations. You will learn to apply relevant calculations, work in a parametric environment, utilize precision metrology equipment, plan machining processes, specify tooling, equipment requirements, interpret CAD data, and utilize manual and CNC machining equipment. Two CNC courses take you through 2-D manual G-code programming, 2-D and 3-D programming, and 3-D CAD/CAM programming.

All courses feature project-based learning in well-equipped facilities. Lab time alone accumulates to nearly 1,000 hours of applied experience. Course projects focus on manufacturing processing, problem solving and take you through the costing, designing, building, setup, tryout and troubleshooting of manufacturing processes and tooling operations.

This program pr... [Read More]

Manufacturing Operations Management (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
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The certificate in Manufacturing Operations Management is designed to give the student a basic understanding of the principles involved in developing and managing a process from input through finished product including quality control.

Career Opportunities

Operations individuals work with the business activities that include planning/scheduling, manufacturing, purchasing, supply chain, and other internal related processes. Operations managers typically possess good communication, technical, and organizational skills, leadership ability, a good work ethic, and are high energy. An operations manager replicates an efficient and effective process from one part of the business and implements it in other pertinent areas. They create and support working teams by providing appropriate resources to accomplish specific tasks. The focus is on solving issues to ensure that the processes flow smoothly, resulting in delivering high quality goods or services to the customer. Individuals who acquire the Manufacturing Operations Management certificate are equipped for the following potential occupations: Operations Supervisor/Manager, Plant Manager, Purchasing ... [Read More]

Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
  V

Did you used to drive your parents up the wall by taking things apart &,#146,just to see how they were put together&,#146,? (Or do you still do this?) If so, Manufacturing Engineering Technology may be the program for you! Simply put, manufacturing engineers figure out how to make products?anything from tools to toys, cars to consumer goods, electronics to earthmovers.

Good manufacturing engineers can determine how to make their company&,#146,s products better, faster, safer and less expensive than competitors can. These abilities are always in demand, and the Manufacturing Engineering Technology program at Ferris gives you the skills to command an excellent starting salary. You&,#146,ll also get to work with state-of-the-art computers and equipment while you&,#146,re here, plus get more valuable team and project experience than almost anywhere else.

Ferris students learn to identify and select materials based on production requirements and work closely with computer-aided design equipment (CAD/CAM). They conduct time studies, complete costs estimates, utilize computer software to aid in solving manufacturing problems, formulate pl... [Read More]

Lean Manufacturing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
  V

This course is designed to familiarize the manufacturing student with the concepts and practices of lean manufacturing as currently applied in industry, and develop in them rudimentary skill in applying those principles, with the overall goal of enabling them to reduce waste in the workplace. Topics include push vs. pull systems, kanban, continuous flow production, takt time, SMED, TPM, TQM, TOC, 5S, poka yoke, and kaizen. Plant tours (if available) will help illustrate applications of concepts.

Manufacturing Processes

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States

A basic machine process course. The fundamental operations on machine tool equipment including engine lathe, band saw, and horizontal and vertical milling machine. Measuring and inspection tools, drill press, and surface plate. Typically Offered On Demand

Evaluating Manufacturing Facilities and Practices

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

Manufacturing facilities and practices involve many elements that must function efficiently and effectively in order that the final product is both profitable and competitive. Elements such as manufacturing equipment, the building envelope, supplies, maintenance, energy consumption, labour, etc. must be regularly evaluated so as to maintain the business enterprise. This course will examine an economic approach that should be directed toward not only the physical aspects of the plant, but to good operating practices and human elements also. Cost considerations will be addressed throughout the course.

Objectives
To provide strategies to evaluate and optimize manufacturing practices.
To provide information on how to evaluate the manufacturing facility.
To outline techniques for optimal energy usage.
To outline the features of optimum preventive and corrective maintenance activities
To show how to evaluate current and future human resource requirements.
To provide a basic understanding of health and safety, hazmat and workmen’s compensation requirements.

Cost Reduction Applications in Manufacturing

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

This webinar will demystify the uncertainties surrounding practical, on- the- floor cost reduction.
As the modern enterprise is getting more and more complicated, the roles of most employees are specialized: we employ managers, accountants, graphic designers, engineers of various specializations, human resource and shipping and receiving.

Yet, the role and application of aggressive, enterprise wide cost reduction is not well defined. In most instances, by the time we understand the urgency, we do not have in place a trained, motivated workforce (and the leaders), to do what needs to be done. As a result, we are continually lagging in productivity compared to US, and the exodus of manufacturing jobs is a source of a lot of pain at every level.

We will learn the toolkit that we can employ to extract the improvements that are imperative to the well being of our company, our professional development and our society. This will be the first step to a practical improvement approach that eventually will transcend traditional roles and will use the synergy hidden within ourselves.

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Sunset Learning Institute Canada
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Canada
  V

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco© Technologies (IMINS2) Version 1.2 is a lab-intensive course, which helps students with the skills required to successfully implement and troubleshoot the most common industry standard protocols while leveraging best practices needed in Security and Wireless technologies for today&,#146,s industrial networks. The IMINS2 course, developed in conjunction with Rockwell Automation, helps plant administrators, control system engineers and traditional network engineers in the manufacturing, process control, and oil and gas industries, who will be involved with the convergence of IT and Industrial networks. This course also helps you prepare for the Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies Certification exam (exam ID 200-601) and (having completed required prerequisites) qualify for the Cisco Certified Network Associate Industrial (CCNA Industrial) certification.

This course is job-role specific and enables you to achieve competency and skills to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot industry standard network protocols as well as wireless and security technologies to ensure that... [Read More]

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