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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Manufacturing Systems Management (Master Degree)

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: SMU Lyle School of Engineering
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States
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The Master of Science with major in Manufacturing Systems Management offered by the Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering at SMU provides a balanced approach to management skills and technical expertise necessary to succeed in this critically important field. Lyle’s Weekend Format program in Manufacturing Systems Management serves the needs of the part-time student.

Requiring 30 hours of coursework consisting of 10 courses, the program is designed to explore all aspects of the manufacturing cycle.

Hybrid Delivery System

SMU’s MSM program is carefully designed to meet customer requirements, delivering the ideal blend of live Web conferencing and recorded lecture via streaming media to busy professionals at home and across the nation. For each 3-hour course, students receive 40 hours of instruction in a total of five 8-hour sessions during the semester in which they are enrolled. The five class sessions are split into four hours of recorded lecture and four hours of virtual conferencing with the professor and other students in the program. Participants have Internet access to lecture content one to two weeks prior to a Web conferencing sessio... [Read More]

Manufacturing Technology for Precision Machinist (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Richland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States
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According to recent surveys, manufacturers report that they face a serious shortage of qualified job applicants in the industry. The “baby boomer?generation of skilled workers will retire within the next 10-20 years creating the need of a “more skill worker?by 2020. What was considered dangerous and dirty, labor-intensive jobs are being replaced by robotics and intelligent systems requiring high-tech skills.

Today’s machinist must be highly trained with specific education backgrounds and skills. Workers of today must have a background in math, science, and technological aptitude needed in manufacturing today. With the introduction of CNC tools, the work of a machinist has changed. A machinist must be computer literate and understand basic electronics and physics.

Training is continuous. This program begins with the preparation of entry level workers for skilled manufacturing positions. It is later linked with college-level courses for those looking for higher positions in industry, Employees at all levels must have the skills to deal with the technology of today’s environment.

Length of Training

This 320 hour certificate ... [Read More]

Automated Manufacturing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Richland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States
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This course is an introduction to electrical and electronic principles utilized in automated manufacturing processes. Students will describe microcontroller applications in manufacturing, identify electrical/electronic components, circuits, and schematics/diagrams used in manufacturing, describe operations and applications of sensors and actuators used in manufacturing, apply interfacing techniques used in manufacturing, and apply programming techniques used with microcontrollers.

CAD / CAM

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Richland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States

Computer-assisted applications in integrating engineering graphics and manufacturing. Emphasis on the conversion of a working drawing using computer aided design/computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) software and related input and output devices to translate into machine code.

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Richland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States

Concepts of CIM are introduced. Emphasis on using computers to automate a total manufacturing system. Hands-on experiences integrating CAD/CAM, robotics, fluid power, CNC machines, vision systems, recognition equipment, PLCs and conveyor systems.

Manufacturing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Richland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States
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Design skills are required of today&,#146,s CAD professionals. Knowledge of FEA, material analysis, applied mechanics, design for manufacture and CAD/CAM provides a strong base of information needed in design development.

This program stresses the entire product development process, using the parametric approach and integrating the computer as a true instrument of design - not a drafting tool.

MBA in Lean Manufacturing (Master Degree)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Cornerstone University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Zeeland, United States
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Efficiency and waste avoidance have always been important to successful manufacturing businesses - but now, with supply chains thousands of miles long, they are more important than ever. Lean manufacturing techniques can help global business maintain operational efficiency as they grow and expand.

Cornerstone University offers an MBA with a concentration in Lean Manufacturing designed to help professionals develop advanced knowledge of Lean principles, along with practical implementation skills. The Lean manufacturing concentration expands on the core knowledge of our MBA program, and can be earned in as little as 21 months.

Topics of Study

With the MBA in Lean Manufacturing, you can gain industry-relevant theoretical knowledge and practical skills, all within the context of a Christ-centered worldview that understands the transformative power of business.

Topics in the concentration include:
Key Lean principles, including waste and value flow and batch, and value stream mapping
The Hoshin Planning process and value stream mapping
Using Lean principles to advance sustainability and efficiency

Cornersto... [Read More]

OSHA Safety

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States

OSHA Safety Training (Lockout/Tagout, Confined Space, Forktruck Operator, OSHA 10 &, 30 and more)

Control wiring

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States

Please click on the training course title to find contact information and links to Precision Manufacturing Institute's website.

SolidWorks

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States

Precision Manufacturing Institute is running a training course/program about SolidWorks, or has provided such training courses/programs before. Please visit the official website of Precision Manufacturing Institute to check the availability of this course.

MasterCAM

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States

Course descriptions about MasterCAM is available on request. Please contact Precision Manufacturing Institute by submitting the training request form.

PLC

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States
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This seminar converts the seemingly complex world of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s) into practical lessons the average maintenance person
can understand. It focuses on the understanding PLC’s, how they function, reading and interpreting ladder logic and troubleshooting PLC’s.

This 24 hour course starts with PLC basics ?how they work, terminology, components then moves into understanding ladder logic and reading PLC
programs. Using many example programs and a computer based simulation software, students will work through exercises to read and interpret PLC programs
and view the simulated process. This course will not teach students how to be a PLC programmer but how to read and understand what the programmer is
directing the PLC to do.

Machining Fundamentals

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States
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This course will expose the beginning machining student to the fundamental practices and
operations of part layout, sawing, drilling, milling, turning and surface grinding. The student will
begin with reviewing key print reading principles, basic shop math and basic measuring tools.
Students will then be given hands on applications using files, hand drills, hand tapping, hand
reaming, counter boring, counter sinking and hand sawing. Students will then learn the
components, safety and basic machine operations of the vertical mill, lathe and surface grinder
by machining a project on each machine.
Details: Machining Fundamentals covers the following topics:
Basic Print Reading
Basic Shop math
Basic Measuring Tools
Layout
Hand tools ?drilling, tapping, filing and reaming
Mill, lathe, drill press and surface grinder ?components and safety
Drilling operations ?drilling, reaming, counter-boring, counter-sinking and tapping
Vertical Mill operations ?tramming, squaring raw material, slot milling
Turning operations ?Facing, OD turning, shoulders, and boring
Surface Grinding ?wheel dressing, g... [Read More]

Electrical Motors & Motor Controls

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States
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This course is designed to help maintenance people identify what the real issue is when a motor burns out and how to prevent it from happening
again. It involves understanding the control of the motor as well as the motor itself. And because we know time is money, this seminar is designed to have
immediate impact so that you can start saving maintenance dollars on costly repairs and service calls today.
Who: The following personnel will benefit from our basic electrical training seminar:
Prerequisites: Basic Electricity principles and Multi-meter use
Overview: This 24 hour course starts with the basics you need to know ?safety, motor basics, motor troubleshooting, motor replacement procedures and
maintenance. Students will use test equipment to determine power supplies and voltages, and verify proper phase rotation. The second class will cover basics of
control circuits, and reading basics of motor control schematics with hands on applications. The third class will combine the first two days in to hands on wiring
exercises.

Mechatronics Technology (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States
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996 Clock Hours
Length of Time for Completion: Approx. 32 Weeks

The Mechatronics Technology program provides students with the theoretical knowledge and practical application necessary to maintain, repair, and troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and robotic systems and devices found in a wide variety of industries and jobs.

Courses include: Basic Computer Operation, Print Reading for Industry, Industrial Math, Inspection Principles, Machine Technology, Industrial Safety, Fundamentals of Electricity, Control Wiring, AC/DC Applications, Mechanical Drive Systems, Basic Maintenance Welding, Fluid Power Technology, Basic CNC Operation, Robot Operations &, Programming, Programmable Logic Controllers, Electromechanical Robot Maintenance, Applied Software for Mechatronics, Preventive Maintenance Applications, Automation Applications.

Electric Arc Welding (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States
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560 Clock Hours
Length of Time for Completion: Approx. 18 weeks

The Electric Arc Welding program provides students with the theoretical knowledge and practical application necessary to adjoin similar and dissimilar metals and perform a variety of other welding associated tasks commonly found in the metals fabrication industry. Students in the program will attempt at least one American Welding Society (AWS) certification ?additional certifications may be achieved depending on the student’s abilities and at an additional cost.

Courses include: Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW I), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW II), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) and Pipe Welding (GTAW)

CNC Machinist (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States
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1,032 Clock Hours

Length of Time for Completion: Approx. 33 Weeks

The CNC Machinist program provides students with the theoretical knowledge and practical application necessary to program, setup, and operate 2-axis CNC lathes and 3-axis CNC mills. Additionally, students will learn manual drilling, turning, and milling operations as a prerequisite to learning CNC setup and operation.

Courses include: Basic Computer Operation, Basic Print Reading, Technical Math I, Technical Math II, Inspection Principles, Basic Coordinate Measurement Machine, Machining Fundamentals, CNC Setup and Operation, G &, M CNC Programming, Advanced CNC Programming Techniques, Manual Mill, Manual Lathe, Computer Aided Design Principles, Computer Aided Manufacturing 2.5 D Mill, Computer Aided Manufacturing 2 D Lathe, Applied Computer Aided Manufacturing, and Workholding Devices and Applications.

CNC Operator (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Precision Manufacturing Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Meadville, United States
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560 Clock Hours
Length of Time for Completion: Approx. 18 Weeks

The CNC Operator program provides students with the theoretical knowledge and practical application necessary to setup and operate 2-axis CNC lathes and 3-axis CNC mills and the ability to interpret and edit CNC programming. Additionally, students will learn the fundamentals of manual drilling, turning, and milling operations as a prerequisite to learning CNC setup and operation.

Courses include: Basic Computer Operation, Basic Print Reading, Technical Math I, Inspection Principles, Machining Fundamentals, CNC Setup and Operation

Manufacturing Processes

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: American River College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Sacramento, United States
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This course covers the principles of manufacturing processes in the
areas of material removal, forming, joining and casting, and the
fundamentals of numerical control. Topics include the application
of equipment such as lathes, milling machines, drill press machines,
saws, grinders, welders, molding equipment, and core makers.
It includes hands-on experience in welding and machinery operation.

Lean Manufacturing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Indiana Tech
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Evansville, Fort Wayne, Huntington, Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Louisville, Plainfield, Warsaw, United States
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The study of the principles and practices used to identify and minimize non-value-added activities present in the manufacturing environment. Concepts covered include pull systems, cellular flow, quick change-over, quality at the source, point-of-use storage, 5-S, standardized work, visual control systems, and value of stream mapping. Emphasis is placed on moving from a focus of local optimums to optimizing the entire system.

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