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Classes 1 to 10 of 1115
Intro to Abrasives 100

This class defines abrasive processes and explains the major groups of abrasive tools.

Machining Online Beginner 1.0 Abrasives
What Is Grinding? 110

This class describes the grinding action, explains how chips are formed, and covers wheel maintenance and safety.

Machining Online Beginner 1.0 Abrasives
Grinding Processes 120

This class identifies the major types of grinding operations and explains how they are performed on the machine. Includes an Interactive Lab.

Machining Online Beginner 1.0 Abrasives
Grinding Variables 200

This class identifies the most common variables that occur during grinding, with an emphasis on speeds and feeds. Includes an Interactive Lab.

Machining Online Intermediate 1.0 Abrasives
Grinding Wheel Materials 210

This class describes common abrasive and bond materials for grinding wheels, as well as their applications.

Machining Online Intermediate 1.0 Abrasives
Grinding Wheel Geometry 220

This class describes the major types of grinding wheels listed in the ANSI standard and explains the relationship between wheel geometry and workpiece shape.

Machining Online Intermediate 1.0 Abrasives
Dressing and Truing 230

This class describes the common methods used to balance, true, and dress a standard grinding wheel.

Machining Online Intermediate 1.0 Abrasives
Surface Grinder Operation 240

This class discusses the steps involved in grinding horizontal and vertical surfaces with a horizontal-spindle, reciprocating-table grinding machine.

Machining Online Intermediate 1.0 Abrasives
Cylindrical Grinder Operation 250

This class identifies the main components of common cylindrical grinders and describes the various types of operations that can be performed.

Machining Online Intermediate 1.0 Abrasives
Centerless Grinder Operation 260

This class addresses how to perform common grinding operations on the centerless grinder, as well as methods for mounting and truing the grinding and regulating wheels.

Machining Online Intermediate 1.0 Abrasives
FormatFunctional AreaDepartment IDDepartmentClass IDClass NameDescriptionDifficultyVersionLanguage
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250100 Intro to Abrasives 100 This class defines abrasive processes and explains the major groups of abrasive tools. Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250110 What Is Grinding? 110 This class describes the grinding action, explains how chips are formed, and covers wheel maintenance and safety.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250120 Grinding Processes 120 This class identifies the major types of grinding operations and explains how they are performed on the machine. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250200 Grinding Variables 200 This class identifies the most common variables that occur during grinding, with an emphasis on speeds and feeds. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250210 Grinding Wheel Materials 210 This class describes common abrasive and bond materials for grinding wheels, as well as their applications.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250220 Grinding Wheel Geometry 220 This class describes the major types of grinding wheels listed in the ANSI standard and explains the relationship between wheel geometry and workpiece shape.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250230 Dressing and Truing 230 This class describes the common methods used to balance, true, and dress a standard grinding wheel.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250240 Surface Grinder Operation 240 This class discusses the steps involved in grinding horizontal and vertical surfaces with a horizontal-spindle, reciprocating-table grinding machine.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250250 Cylindrical Grinder Operation 250 This class identifies the main components of common cylindrical grinders and describes the various types of operations that can be performed.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250260 Centerless Grinder Operation 260 This class addresses how to perform common grinding operations on the centerless grinder, as well as methods for mounting and truing the grinding and regulating wheels.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining250Abrasives250320 Setup for Centerless Grinders 320 This class explains how to set up the main components of a centerless grinder, as well as how to accurately position the workpiece on the work rest blade for various centerless grinding operations.Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedMachining250Abrasives918112 Precision Grinding & Abrasive Machining Certificate Program This program provides a basic overview of the precision grinding and abrasive machining process with an in-depth look at techniques and practices that are sure to enhance your abrasive operation. You will be shown several processes that could dramatically improve product quality and productivity.

Based on SME’s successful Modern Grinding Technology Workshop presented by since 1988, this certificate program probes deeper into the technology of grinding to enable you to confidently use and troubleshoot virtually any grinding process in today’s modern age.
  English
Instructor-LedMachining250Abrasives918110 Modern Grinding Technology This course teaches participants to select appropriate abrasive processes, capitalize on their use, and troubleshoot problems with confidence. Participants will build on their fundamental awareness of abrasive technology by developing a practical knowledge of grinding.   English
OnlineAdditive Manufacturing510Additive Manufacturing510110 Intro to Additive Manufacturing 110 This class introduces the basic concepts of additive manufacturing (AM), and discusses the history and development of AM, as well as the future. In addition, the basic process of AM is outlined and the technologies and classfications of AM are explored.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAdditive Manufacturing510Additive Manufacturing510120 Additive Manufacturing Safety 120 Additive Manufacturing Safety describes how users can protect themselves against common mechanical, electrical, thermal, and airborne hazards associated with AM processes. This class also provides an overview of personal protective equipment (PPE), lockout/tagout procedures, Hazard Communication Standards (HCS), and Safety Data Sheets (SDS).Beginner1.0English
OnlineAdditive Manufacturing510Additive Manufacturing510130 The Basic Additive Manufacturing Process 130 This class provides an overview of the build process used in additive manufacturing. Upon completing "The Basic AM Process," users should know the eight basic steps involved in creating an AM product.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAdditive Manufacturing510Additive Manufacturing510140 Additive Manufacturing Methods and Materials 140 Additive Manufacturing Methods and Materials provides users with an overview of the different processes used in additive manufacturing. This class also details the materials used in each process and any additional considerations specific to those materials. Beginner1.0English
Instructor-LedAdditive Manufacturing510Additive Manufacturing918116 Overview of Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Technologies Additive manufacturing or commonly referred to as 3D Printing is a manufacturing process that supports all aspects of the product development cycle; from prototype to end-use production parts. It reduces your time to market, improves product quality, enhances collaboration and streamlines parts integration. In this multi-level program, you will learn about the current technologies, how they work, and how best to use them to improve your operations.  English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes670Adhesives670110 Intro to Adhesive Bonding 110 This class describes adhesive bonding, adhesive classification, and the various factors that lead to a successful adhesive bond.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes670Adhesives670120 Basics of the Bonding Process 120 This class describes the basics of the adhesive bonding process, as well as the various solidification methods of adhesives.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes670Adhesives670130 Intro to Adhesive Properties 130 This class describes the mechanical and nonmechanical properties of adhesives and addresses how they impact adhesive bonding.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes670Adhesives670140 Types of Adhesives 140 This class describes the characteristics, pros and cons, and applications of types of synthetic adhesives.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes670Adhesives670210 Surface Preparation 210 This class discusses surface factors that affect adhesion, the nature of the different types of surfaces used in adhesive bonding, and the methods of selecting and preparing a surface for adhesive bonding. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes670Adhesives670220 Steps for Adhesive Application 220 This class discusses each step involved in the adhesive application process, as well as basic dispensing methods and methods of testing the effectiveness of the application process on the assembly line. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC340110 Introduction to CNC Machines 201 “Intro to CNC Machines” provides a comprehensive introduction to computer numerical control (CNC), which uses numerical data to control a machine. CNC machines rely on a system of three linear and three rotational axes in order to calculate the motion and position of machine components and workpieces. A machine control unit controls and guides the movements of the machine tool. This class also describes PTP positioning, which moves to the end position before the tool begins to cut, and continuous path systems that can move a tool along two or more axes at once and cut during the movement. Additionally, closed-loop systems provide feedback, while open-loop systems do not.

CNC machines are used to make a variety of products using a number of different processes. With proper training, a human operator can use CNC machines to make accurate parts with decreased risk of error. After taking this class users should be able to describe common components of CNC machine tools and controls.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300100 History and Definition of CNC 100 This class outlines the origin of today's CNC machines and explains how modern CNC evolved from its original designs.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300110 Mechanics of CNC 110 This class describes the mechanical systems involved in CNC axis movement, as well as how feedback is used for tool location.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC340120 Basics of the CNC Lathe 211 “Basics of the CNC Lathe” explains the components and functions of both the chucker and bar machine CNC lathe varieties. CNC lathes have spindles that spin workpieces held in chucks or collets. A carriage and cross slide move along ways to position cutting tools against the spinning part. A cutting tool may remove metal from the inside or outside surface. Carbide inserts are the most common cutting tools used in turning operations. Turning centers are also capable of creating holes with the use of drills and reamers. The turret rotates to place the required tool in the cutting position.

It is essential for a CNC lathe operator to be familiar with machine basics prior to executing any cutting operation. A trained operator can use a CNC lathe to create precise parts safely and consistently. After taking this class, users should be able to describe the basic functions and general machine components of a CNC lathe.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300120 Basics of the CNC Turning Center 120 This class describes the basic components of the turning center as well as the devices used on this machine. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC340125 Basics of the CNC Mill 212 “Basics of the CNC Mill” explains the components and function of CNC mills. A CNC mill produces flat or curved surfaces on square or rectangular workpieces. CNC mills may have a vertical spindle or a horizontal spindle and either their table or cutting tool may move to execute a cutting operation. CNC mills use a variety of tools, which are kept in the toolchanger on a toolholder, to perform different cutting operations. The spindle grabs the toolholder and secures it. On the worktable, vises or fixtures may secure workpieces during machining. The CNC mill can perform multiple operations in the same setup.

It is essential for a CNC mill operator to be familiar with machine basics prior to executing any cutting operation. A trained operator can use a CNC mill to create precise parts safely and consistently. After taking this class, users should be able to describe the general machine components of a CNC mill and their basic function.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300130 Basics of the CNC Machining Center 130 This class describes the basic components of the machining center as well as the devices used on this machine. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300135 Basics of the CNC Swiss-Type Lathe 135 This class describes the basic components of the Swiss-type lathe, as well as common tooling and machining operations.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300140 CNC Coordinates 140 This class explains the arrangement and orientation of the basic axes on a common CNC lathe and both a vertical and horizontal CNC mill. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC340140 Basics of G Code Programming 231 “Basics of G Code Programming” provides a comprehensive introduction to G code programming. Programmers use G codes to create part programs, which direct CNC machines to create a part. Part programs consist of blocks, which contain words that are a combination of a letter address and a numerical value. N codes name or title a program block. G codes describe the operation that the machine will perform. X, Y, and Z codes determine the cutting operation location. F and S codes set the feed and speed, T codes signal the correct cutting tool, and M codes complete other miscellaneous functions.

Programmers often rely on computer-assisted programming software to efficiently create part programs. However, to create or edit a part program for a CNC machine, a programmer must understand the different codes in G code programming and what they do. After taking this class, users should be able to describe how G code programming is used to create a part program.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300150 Part Program 150 This class introduces the major code groups used in a CNC part program. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300160 CAD/CAM Overview 160 This class describes the general process of using computers to design and manufacture parts and identifies common features available in CAD/CAM software.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC340165 Control Panel Functions for the CNC Mill 252 “Control Panel Functions for the CNC Mill” explains how operators use the machine and control panel functions to operate a CNC mill. Operators use the handle and jog mode to move mill axes incrementally or steadily. MDI mode executes isolated lines of programming and memory mode selects and edits existing programs. Before running a program, an operator may choose to execute the program in single block mode to prove it out or select the optional stop or block delete functions. The cycle start button starts the program. Once a program is running, the operator can use the machine control unit to adjust speed and feed with an override.

To use a CNC mill, an operator needs to know how to perform important operations using machine panel functions to move machine components and control panel functions to execute programming codes. After taking this class, users should be able to explain the purpose of frequently used controls on the control panel of a CNC mill.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300200 CNC Manual Operations 200 This class describes the control features that allow a CNC operator to execute tasks manually. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300220 CNC Specs for the Mill 220 This class identifies common specifications of CNC mills and describes the various features and options available on different machines.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300225 CNC Specs for the Lathe 225 This class identifies common specifications of CNC lathes and describes the various features and options available on different machines.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300210 CNC Offsets 210 This class identifies the various offsets used on both the lathe and the mill to properly reference each cutting tool in relationship to the workpiece. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300280 Creating a Turning Program 280 This class explains the key components in the creation and execution of a simple turning program. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300290 Creating a Milling Program 290 This class explains the key components in the creation and execution of a simple milling program. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300285 Turning Calculations 285 This class explains the common calculations necessary to plot the toolpaths for a basic turning program.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300295 Milling Calculations 295 This class explains the common calculations necessary to plot the toolpaths for a basic milling program.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining300CNC300310 Canned Cycles 310 This class describes the operation of common canned cycles that appear on machining and turning centers. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedMachining300CNC919100 Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Fundamentals This course presents the practical basics for learning how to use the latest CNC equipment. By incorporating a proven key concepts approach, it examines the techniques needed for programming and operating a variety of CNC machine tools with emphasis on CNC machining and turning centers. Participants will gain a firm understanding of the basics required to become proficient with this sophisticated and popular form of manufacturing equipment.   English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320250 Fanuc Mill: Control Panel Overview 250 This class describes the various sections of the Fanuc 0-C mill control panel as well as the steps for powering up, powering down, and homing the machine. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320255 Fanuc Lathe: Control Panel Overview 255 This class describes the various sections of the Fanuc 0-C lathe control panel as well as the steps for powering up, powering down, and homing the machine. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320260 Fanuc Mill: Entering Offsets 260 This class provides step-by-step instructions for adjusting offsets on the Fanuc 0-C mill control during a production run. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320265 Fanuc Lathe: Entering Offsets 265 This class provides step-by-step instructions for adjusting offsets on the Fanuc 0-C lathe control during a production run. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320270 Fanuc Mill: Locating Program Zero 270 This class describes how to determine work offsets and tool geometry offsets on the Fanuc 0-C mill control during setup. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320275 Fanuc Lathe: Locating Program Zero 275 This class describes how to determine work offsets and tool geometry offsets on the Fanuc 0-C lathe control during setup. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320280 Fanuc Mill: Program Execution 280 This class describes the steps necessary to activate, execute, and restart programs using the Fanuc O-C control for the mill. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320285 Fanuc Lathe: Program Execution 285 This class describes the steps necessary to activate, execute, and restart programs using the Fanuc O-C control for the lathe. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320310 Fanuc Mill: Program Storage 310 This class describes common methods for transferring and storing part programs on the Fanuc 0-C control for the mill. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320315 Fanuc Lathe: Program Storage 315 This class describes common methods for transferring and storing part programs on the Fanuc 0-C lathe control. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320320 Fanuc Mill: First Part Runs 320 This class describes how to verify the accuracy of a program and make minor editing changes on the Fanuc 0-C mill control. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining320CNC Controls: Fanuc320325 Fanuc Lathe: First Part Runs 325 This class describes how to verify the accuracy of a program and make minor editing changes on the Fanuc 0-C lathe control. Includes Fanuc CNC Simulators.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310250 Haas Mill: Control Panel Overview 250 This class describes the various sections of the Haas mill control panel as well as the steps for powering up, powering down, and homing the machine. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310255 Haas Lathe: Control Panel Overview 255 This class describes the various sections of the Haas lathe control panel as well as the steps for powering up, powering down, and homing the machine. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310260 Haas Mill: Entering Offsets 260 This class provides step-by-step instructions for adjusting offsets on the Haas mill during a production run. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310265 Haas Lathe: Entering Offsets 265 This class provides step-by-step instructions for adjusting offsets on the Haas lathe during a production run. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310270 Haas Mill: Locating Program Zero 270 This class describes how to determine work offsets and tool geometry offsets on the Haas mill during setup. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310275 Haas Lathe: Locating Program Zero 275 This class describes how to determine work offsets and tool geometry offsets on the Haas lathe during setup. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310280 Haas Mill: Program Execution 280 This class describes the steps necessary to activate, execute, and restart programs on the Haas mill. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310285 Haas Lathe: Program Execution 285 This class describes the steps necessary to activate, execute, and restart programs on the Haas lathe. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310310 Haas Mill: Program Storage 310 This class describes common methods for transferring and storing part programs on the Haas mill. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310315 Haas Lathe: Program Storage 315 This class describes common methods for transferring and storing part programs on the Haas lathe. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310320 Haas Mill: First Part Runs 320 This class describes how to verify the accuracy of a program and make minor editing changes on the Haas mill. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining310CNC Controls: Haas310325 Haas Lathe: First Part Runs 325 This class describes how to verify the accuracy of a program and make minor editing changes on the Haas lathe. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330250 Mazak Mill: Control Panel Overview 250 This class introduces the Mazak Mazatrol Matrix mill control panel and describes the steps for powering up and powering down the machine.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330255 Mazak Lathe: Control Panel Overview 255 This class introduces the Mazak Mazatrol Matrix lathe control panel and describes the steps for powering up and powering down the machine.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330260 Mazak Mill: Safety for the Mill 260 This class discusses common safety issues concerning the Mazak mill, as well as OSHA and ANSI requirements for Mazak mill operators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330265 Mazak Lathe: Safety for the Lathe 265 This class discusses common safety issues concerning the Mazak lathe, as well as OSHA and ANSI requirements for Mazak lathe operators.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330270 Mazak Mill: Locating Program Zero 270 This class discusses the various coordinates systems involving machine components and the considerations for selecting workpiece zero.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330275 Mazak Lathe: Locating Program Zero 275 This class discusses the various coordinate systems involving machine components and the considerations for selecting workpiece zero.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330280 Mazak Mill: Entering Offsets 280 This class provides an overview of offsets and the step-by-step instructions needed for measuring, entering, and adjusting offsets using the Mazak Mazatrol Matrix Mill control.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330285 Mazak Lathe: Entering Offsets 285 This class will teach you various offsets of the Matrix lathe, how to view offsets using the Matrix control, and how to adjust offsets to compensate for tool wear.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330286 Creating an EIA/ISO Program for the Mazak Mill 286 This class explains the key components in the creation and execution of a simple milling program.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330287 Creating an EIA/ISO Program for the Mazak Lathe 287 This class explains the key components in the creation and execution of a simple turning program.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330288 Creating a Mazatrol Program for the Mill 288 This class covers the basics of creating a simple milling program on the Mazatrol Matrix Mill control. Topics include the basic units that comprise a Mazatrol program and the range of machining units available to make almost any milled part.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330289 Creating a Mazatrol Program for the Lathe 289 This class covers the basics of creating a simple turning program on the Mazatrol Smart lathe control. Topics include the basic units that comprise a Mazatrol program and the range of turning units available to make almost any turned part.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330290 Mazak Mill: Program Execution 290 This class addresses the steps needed to start, stop, and restart programs on the Mazak mill, along with the steps used to activate a program.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330295 Mazak Lathe: Program Execution 295 This class addresses the steps needed to start, stop, and restart programs on the Mazak lathe, along with the steps used to activate a program.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330310 Mazak Mill: Program Storage 310 This class describes common methods for transferring and storing part programs on the Mazak Mazatrol Matrix mill control.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330315 Mazak Lathe: Program Storage 315 This class describes common methods for transferring and storing part programs on the Mazak Mazatrol Matrix lathe control.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330320 Mazak Mill: First Part Runs 320 This class describes how to verify the accuracy of a program and make minor editing changes on the Mazak Mazatrol Matrix Mill control to ensure part quality.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining330CNC Controls: Mazak330325 Mazak Lathe: First Part Runs 325 This class describes how to verify the accuracy of a program and make minor editing changes on the Mazak Mazatrol Matrix Lathe control to ensure part quality.Advanced1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes680Coatings680110 Intro to Coating Composition 110 This class discusses key components of a coating, as well as the environmental risks solvents pose and alternatives to using solvent as a carrier for coatings.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes680Coatings680120 Surface Preparation for Coatings 120 This class covers various options for preparing surfaces before the application of a coating. The class also addresses the nature of common surfaces.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes680Coatings680140 Processes for Applying Coatings 140 This class covers the processes used to apply coatings to a variety of surfaces. This class includes descriptions of manual coating, automated coating, electroplating, and powder coating.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes680Coatings680150 Coating Defects 150 This class covers the common types of coating defects, as well as their related causes and prevention techniques.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes680Coatings680170 Troubleshooting Coating Defects 170 This class covers the basics of troubleshooting coating processes. It includes descriptions of various tools used in the troubleshooting process, including Pareto charts, check sheets, and fishbone diagrams.Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750110 Intro to Composites 110 This class covers the basic materials used to make composites, how composites are processed, and the applications of composites in various markets.Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750115 Safety for Composite Processing 115 This class teaches operators how to protect themselves from illness and injury when working with composites. You will also learn how to store and discard hazardous materials. Finally, you will learn about the agencies that develop and regulate workplace safety standards.Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750120 Overview of Composite Processes 120 This class covers the basic methods for processing composites, as well as some of the materials used for these processes.Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750125 Traditional Composites 125 This class covers the materials commonly used to create resins and reinforcements for traditional composites. It also describes the basic characteristics of polymers.Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750130 Advanced Thermoset Resins for Composites 130 This class covers the thermoset resins commonly used to create advanced composite parts, as well as their properties and general considerations for material selection. Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750135 Advanced Materials for Composites 135 This class covers the thermoplastic and non-polymeric resins used to create advanced composite parts, as well as the materials used to create high-performance fiber reinforcements. Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750140 Intro to Lay-up and Spray-up Molding 140 This class covers lay-up and spray-up molding of traditional fiberglass composites. Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750170 Intro to Compression Molding 170 This class will teach you about the compression molding process, as well as the materials and equipment associated with it.Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750190 Surface Finishing Composites 190 Understanding how to finish the surface of a composite part helps an operator create parts that meet the demands of the customer. This class will teach you about surface finishing operations for composite parts.Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750230 Vacuum Bagging Technique: Single-sided Bagging 230 This class covers basic procedures for performing single-sided vacuum bagging. It also covers general safety precautions and strategies for preventing common problems. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750240 Composite Inspection and Defect Prevention 240 This class describes common methods for inspecting composites and preventing defects. Beginner1.0English
OnlineComposites Processing750Composites750250 Repair Methods for Composites 250 This class covers basic procedures and best practices for repairing composites, as well as the structure of composite laminates and sandwich panels. Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedComposites Processing750Composites917100 Introduction to Composites This course is designed for the student who has little or no prior experience with composite materials and processes. It is also an excellent refresher for those who have some experience in this area. In this course we introduce a variety of composite materials, forms, processes, laminate design ideas, and basic construction and manufacturing principles.   English
Instructor-LedComposites Processing750Composites917101 Joining and Bonding Composite Structures This course is designed for the student who wants to learn more about joining and bonding advanced composite structures. This course assumes that the student has some experience with composites materials or has attended the "Introduction to Composites" course as a prerequisite. In this course we examine different materials, methods, hardware, methods, and techniques employed in bonding and fastening composite structures.   English
Instructor-LedComposites Processing750Composites917102 Metallurgy Certificate Program This comprehensive program will provide you with a basic understanding of the properties of metals and their alloys as well as an introduction to the science of forming alloys. In addition, common manufacturing flaws and the modes of common failure of engineering alloys will be introduced, allowing you to identify processes and techniques that will help you improve your product quality and reliability. Demonstrations and real-world examples are used to amplify key points in the program.   English
Instructor-LedComposites Processing750Composites917103 Repair of Advanced Composite Structures This course covers the basic requirements for assessing damage and repairing advanced composite structures. It is designed for the student that has some experience with composites materials or has attended the "Introduction to Composites" course as a prerequisite. This course examines different materials, methods, and techniques employed in damage assessment, removal and permanent reconstruction of damaged composite structures.   English
Instructor-LedComposites Processing750Composites917104 Tooling for Composites This course is designed for the student who is interested in designing or building tooling for composites. The course assumes that the attendee has some experience with composite materials or has previously attended the "Introduction to Composites" course as a prerequisite. In this course we explore the many types tools used for manufacturing composite panels (and assemblies), as well as those used in the fabrication of the tools themselves. A thorough examination of tooling materials and properties is addressed.   English
Instructor-LedDesign & Engineering915Design & Engineering915100 Concurrent Engineering The purpose of this course is to practice the techniques of concurrent engineering, and to improve and promote a unique type of communication between departments during the initial and all succeeding stages of a product introduction. This course will demonstrate how functional departments can reduce time and money spent in scrap and rework by uncovering and resolving potential product problems before they occur.   English
Instructor-LedDesign & Engineering915Design & Engineering915101 Design for Manufacturability and Assembly (DFM/DFA) DFMA is the classic method of creating good product designs that reduce part count, simplify manufacturing techniques, and standardize parts and materials with the ultimate goal of developing a quality product at the lowest cost while saving time. The primary advantage of the design for assembly (DFA) methodology is that it ensures a good design early in the design process before much effort and cost has been expended in pursuing an ineffective design.   English
Instructor-LedDesign & Engineering915Design & Engineering915105 Measurement Inspection and Gaging Level 1 Measurement, Inspection, and Gaging Level 1 provides fundamental lessons in proper interpretation of engineering drawings used in inspection of parts which have geometric controls applied per ANSI Y14.5. This course presents methods for developing and improving inspection skills. Through review of technical reports, examination of standards and evaluation, recommendation and incorporation of measurement equipment manufacturers practices, participants will learn how to optimize inspection equipment and reduce inappropriate measurement procedures.   English
Instructor-LedDesign & Engineering915Design & Engineering915106 Measurement Inspection and Gaging Level 2 This course provides advanced lessons in proper interpretation of engineering part drawings used in inspection of parts which have geometric controls applied per ANSI Y14.5M-1994. Participants will learn and practice advanced measurement procedures with measuring devices such as coordinate measurement machines, digital micro-meters, telescoping gages, 1-2-3 blocks, vernier calipers, optical comparators and much more. This course teaches proper techniques in accurate correct data and applying that data to inspect geometric controls.   English
Instructor-LedDesign & Engineering915Design & Engineering915107 Precision Machine Design A precision machine is an integrated system that relies on the attributes of one component to augment the weakness of another component. In this course, emphasis is placed on the design of mechanical and structural precision machine components and their integration with sensor and control systems to maximize performance. In the discussion of the design of components and assemblies, emphasis is placed on how the design will affect overall accuracy, repeatability, and resolution of the machine.   English
Instructor-LedDesign & Engineering915Design & Engineering918111 Practical Applications of Machine Tool Metrology This course is designed for manufacturing engineers and technicians looking to assess, characterize, and understand the accuracy errors of a machine tool and perform the necessary tests for specific applications. It provides a comprehensive review of the latest national and international standards for CNC machine tool evaluation. Current metrology instruments are reviewed including newly developed systems such as autocollimators, electronic levels and compliance systems, telescoping ballbars, and spindle analysis systems.   English
Instructor-LedDesign & Engineering915Design & Engineering921106 Lean Product Development This intensive, hands-on workshop explores all aspects of lean product development, including elimination of cost and time barriers, building a lean product specification, the continuous-flow development process, methods of design for lean manufacturing, practical techniques for product / process co-design, and several advanced strategies for reducing unit cost and time-to-market. Each topic is reinforced by interactive exercises that demonstrate how design teams can develop innovative new products in less time and at significantly lower cost.   English
Instructor-LedDesign & Engineering915Design & Engineering920105 Tolerance Stack-Up Analysis Learn a simple procedure for determining the clearance/interference relationships between pairs of components that have been geometrically dimensioned and toleranced. The method is easily interpreted. Results can be quickly and easily checked, and revisions can be made with ease. If the work is interrupted, the analysis can be continued later without confusion. The mathematics involved in extracting and specifying assemblability tolerances for the mating features of conventionally toleranced workpieces will also be reviewed.   English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems420010 Electrical Units 101 “Electrical Units” provides a foundational overview of electricity, including fundamental measures and terminology used to discuss electricity. Electricity is the flow of electrons, which are negatively charged particles. The amount of valence electrons in an atom determines how well it allows electricity to flow. There are two types of electricity, alternating current and direct current, but both flow from negative to positive. Current is measured by certain terms, including amperage, voltage, resistance, and wattage. Ohm’s Law and Watt’s Law describe the relationships between these values in a circuit.

When working with electrical systems, knowing how electricity flows and what different terms mean is very important. After taking this class, users should be familiar with the fundamentals of electricity and the vocabulary used to describe it. This enables users to build an understanding of more advanced electrical concepts and discuss them with the correct terminology.
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OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550110 Electrical Units 110 This class describes how electricity flows and explains the basic units used to measure electricity.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550115 Safety for Electric Work 115 This class describes the safety risks associated with electricity. It also discusses the necessary precautions for working with electricity safely. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550120 Intro to Circuits 120 This class describes the basic components of an electrical circuit and explains how they are represented in schematic drawings. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550130 Intro to Magnetism 130 This class covers the fundamental principles of magnetism and explains its relationship to electricity.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550140 DC Circuit Components 140 This class explains the function and purpose of the various components used in DC circuits.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550150 NEC Overview 150 This class introduces the NEC codebook and explains how it is used by electrical workers. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550210 AC Fundamentals 210 This class introduces the concept of alternating current (AC) and describes the variables that measure AC power.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550220 Electrical Instruments 220 An overview of the various meters used in electrical maintenance. Basic principles, proper usage, and safety procedures are discussed.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550225 Electrical Print Reading 225 This class explains the basic principles of reading electrical prints with an emphasis on schematic symbols. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550230 DC Power Sources 230 This course introduces the various means by which DC power is created and used. It also discusses DC power generation and the limits of its applications. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550235 AC Power Sources 235 This course introduces the various means by which AC power is produced and used. It also covers AC’s advantages over DC and power transformation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550240 Conductor Selection 240 This course describes different conductor and insulation types and explains proper wire sizing according to NEC standards and calculations. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550200 Series Circuit Calculations 200 This class covers the formulas and rules for calculating the values of voltage, current, resistance, and power in direct-current series circuits.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550205 Parallel Circuit Calculations 205 This class introduces the rules and formulas for parallel circuit calculations. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance550Electrical Systems550250 Battery Selection 250 This class discusses the factors on which batteries are rated and describes many of the most common battery types. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
Instructor-LedMaintenance550Electrical Systems922105 Industrial Electrical Fundamentals This course covers the fundamentals and principles of AC and DC electric. Electrical safety procedures, lock out/tag out, and OSHA compliance are reviewed. The operation and use of relay contacts, input / output devices and measuring instruments are then covered.  English
Instructor-LedMaintenance550Electrical Systems922106 AC Motor Controls and Relay Ladder Logic This course covers the fundamentals of electrical power and theory. The course begins with a review of safety and safe operation in the electrical industry. Students will review the different types and uses of induction motors, windings types, motor starters and circuits, motor protection, ladder logic symbols, and diagrams.  English
Instructor-LedMaintenance550Electrical Systems922108 Variable Frequency Drives This course covers the fundamentals of VFD's, electrical safety, AC to DC conversion and PWM for motor controls, the types of motors and how they are affected by VFD's. Students will troubleshoot a VFD hands-on trainer using parameters, programming, fault recognition, and fault codes.  English
Instructor-LedMaintenance550Electrical Systems922109 Troubleshooting Electrical Systems with Schematics This course covers the knowledge and step by step methodology to enable one to troubleshoot electrical systems. Fundamentals of basic electrical theory along with understanding symbols and circuits will set a foundation for the beginning of the course. Meters and their use are covered next with lots of hands-on work. The use of measurement devices combined with knowledge of circuits then becomes the focus of the course. This knowledge is used to understand and troubleshoot relays and motors, power distribution and quality, motor controls, electric motor drives, and more.  English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700100 Intro to Assembly 100 This class describes the common assembly methods of mechanical fastening, adhesive bonding, and welding.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700105 Safety for Assembly 105 This class introduces general safety guidelines for assembly. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700110 Intro to Fastener Threads 110 This class describes fastener threads and their characteristics, as well as explains different thread standards and classifications. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700117 Overview of Threaded Fasteners 117 This class summarizes the various types of threaded fasteners used in assemblies and describes their common applications.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700120 Tools for Threaded Fasteners 120 This class outlines the different types of tools for assembly commonly used with threaded fasteners.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700125 Overview of Non-Threaded Fasteners 125 This class summarizes the various types of non-threaded fasteners used in assemblies and describes their common applications.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700130 Intro to Fastener Ergonomics 130 This class introduces ergonomics and discusses the ergonomic concerns associated with assembly.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700200 Properties for Fasteners 200 This class describes the key properties of steel fasteners as well as common fastener failures that may occur. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700210 Understanding Torque 210 This class explains the importance of torque as well as how torque is derived and applied to bolted joints. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes700Fasteners700215 Threaded Fastener Selection 215 This class describes how to select a threaded fastener as well as how to install a bolt and nut combination into a joint.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570100 Intro to Fluid Systems 100 This class provides an introduction to fluid power systems, including hydraulic and pneumatic components.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570105 Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics 105 This class addresses safe work practices for hydraulics and pneumatics and includes information on preventive measures for safety hazards in the manufacturing workplace.Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570110 The Forces of Fluid Power 110 This class provides an introduction to the forces of fluid power, including force multiplication, work, energy, and power.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570120 Intro to Hydraulic Components 120 This class presents an overview of basic hydraulic system components. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570125 Intro to Pneumatic Components 125 This class presents an overview of basic pneumatic system components.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570130 Intro to Fluid Conductors 130 This class provides an overview of fluid power conductors, including pipe, tubing, hose, and manifolds. Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570135 Fittings for Fluid Systems 135 This class provides an overview of fittings for fluid power systems, including pipe fittings, tube fittings, hose fittings, and the seals that make them work.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570140 Preventive Maintenance for Fluid Systems 140 This class provides an introduction to preventive maintenance for hydraulic and pneumatic fluid systems.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570200 Hydraulic Power Variables 200 This class discusses the variables involved in hydraulic power transmission and how they describe the capabilities of a hydraulic system.Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570205 Pneumatic Power Variables 205 This class discusses the variables involved in pneumatic power transmission and how they describe the capabilities of a pneumatic system.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570210 Hydraulic Power Sources 210 This class discusses the various types of hydraulic pumps and how they create fluid flow. It also describes prime movers and the considerations for selecting a pump and motor unit for a specific application.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570215 Pneumatic Power Sources 215 This class describes different types of compressors and how they generate gas flow. It also describes prime movers and primary factors to consider when selecting a compressor for a particular application.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570220 Fluid System Print Reading 220 This class describes the basic layout of hydraulic and pneumatic prints and addresses the most commons symbols used to identify components.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570230 Hydraulic Control Valves 230 This class surveys the most common types of hydraulic control valves and explains how each type functions within a hydraulic system. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570235 Pneumatic Control Valves 235 This class surveys the most common types of pneumatic control valves and explains how each type functions within a pneumatic system.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570240 Actuator Applications 240 This class provides an overview of actuators for fluid power systems, including cylinders, rotary actuators, and fluid motors. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570310 Basic Hydraulic Circuit Design 310 This class provides an overview of basic hydraulic circuits and how they are designed to perform basic tasks.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570315 Basic Pneumatic Circuit Design 315 This class provides an overview of basic pneumatic circuits and how they are designed to perform basic tasks.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570320 Hydraulic Fluid Selection 320 This class provides an overview of the types of hydraulic fluid and the properties that make them ideal for certain applications. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570330 Contamination and Filter Selection 330 This class provides an overview of contamination, hydraulic filters, and fluid maintenance. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics570340 Hydraulic Principles and System Design 340 This class provides an overview of common mathematical calculations used to size fluid components in the design phase of circuit creation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics922100 Level 1 Industrial Hydraulics This course correlates fluid power principles with machine operation and daily maintenance duties. Procedures to ensure safety of maintenance personnel and prevent damage to machine will be covered. Fluid power symbols will be compared to the physical components. Location of components in a hydraulic system and proper adjustment procedures will be identified. Hands-on exercises will reinforce location, proper component connections, and effects of adjustments on system operation. Elimination of leaks by proper fitting selection and installation will be discussed. Significance of fluid cleanliness to system longevity and techniques to minimize ingression of contaminants will be presented. 50% is hands-on.  English
Instructor-LedMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics922101 Hydraulic Connectors and Conductors This course covers the types of connecting lines and fittings used to carry hydraulic fluid between the various components of a hydraulic system. Hands-on skills are acquired in tube bending and fittings installation. Students are also taught how to pick the correct conductor size and type for an application by calculating appropriate values, then reading industry standard charts. This is a good course to prepare the student for the International Fluid Power Society Conductor and Connector Certification.  English
Instructor-LedMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics922102 Level 2 Industrial Hydraulics This component and control level course will incorporate component symbols learned in Level 1 into complete schematics. Remote control of pressure valves using pilot valves, bleed off orifices, and proportional controls will be discussed. Simultaneous control of multiple actuators while maintaining pressure and flow requirements will be reviewed. Operation and setup of load sense pumps will be demonstrated. Slip-in and screw-in cartridge valve design and operation will be presented. Proportional directional control valve function and use will be introduced.  English
Instructor-LedMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics922103 Hydraulic Troubleshooting Using Schematics This course begins with a brief review of fundamental fluid power principles and hydraulic schematic symbols. Various types of hydraulic circuits are covered so the students develop a broader understanding of symbol (component) arrangements and feel comfortable explaining them. Troubleshooting methodology is provided using the hydraulic circuit to group and isolate potential problems when symptoms such as improper speed, pressure, heat, noise, leaks, and specific failures have been identified. It also covers the reason for failures.  English
Instructor-LedMaintenance570Hydraulics and Pneumatics922104 Level 1 Pneumatics This Course covers the fundamentals and principles of pneumatics with emphasis on hands-on exercises. Students will obtain a strong foundation in compressed air production and preparation in pneumatic systems as well as a thorough look at basic pneumatic components. The course begins with safety followed by basic fluid power principles. Air compression, preparation, and distribution are then covered. The construction, operation, and specific use of pneumatic components then become the focus of the class. Specific components covered in this course are compressors, air motors, flow controls, directional valves, actuators, aftercoolers, and driers. In addition, seals and gaskets, filtration, and circuit basics are discussed.  English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140010 Basic Measurement 101 The class “Basic Measurement” offers an overview of common gaging and variable inspection tools and methods. Variable inspection takes a specific measurement using common devices such as calipers and micrometers. The sensitivity of the instrument must be greater than the measurement being taken. Both calipers and micrometers are read by finding the alignments in lines on the devices. Gages, such as gage blocks, plug gages, ring gages, and thread gages, reveal whether a dimension is acceptable or unacceptable without a specific quantity. All inspection devices should be properly mastered and maintained to retain accuracy. One of the fundamental activities of any shop is the measurement of part features. Consistent measurement and inspection maintains standardization and ensures that out-of-tolerance parts do not reach customers. After taking this class, users should be able to describe the use and care of common inspection instruments and gages used in the production environment.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350110 Basic Measurement 110 This class introduces the basic measuring devices used in the shop to ensure part quality. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350115 Linear Instrument Characteristics 115 This class describes the various characteristics of linear measuring instruments and explains how variation affects the inspection process. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140020 Calibration Fundamentals 111 The class “Calibration Fundamentals” provides a basic introduction to the importance of calibrating measuring instruments. Calibration determines the accuracy of measuring instruments by comparing its value to a higher-level measurement standard, usually a working standard gage block. Measurement standards follow a hierarchy consisting of primary, secondary, and working standards. Traceability links these standards together. Measurement uncertainty estimates the accuracy of a measurement. It is the range in which the true value of a measurement is expected to lie. High-accuracy parts require tight tolerances. Tighter tolerances require higher-accuracy measuring instruments. While uncertainty and error exists in every measurement, careful calibration can help to minimize inaccuracy when inspecting parts with measuring instruments. After taking this class, users should be able to explain how calibration and traceability impact the use and care of inspection devices.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350210 Calibration Fundamentals 210 This class describes the calibration process and explains how measuring instruments are traced back to national and international standards. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection120030 Basics of Tolerance 121 “Basics of Tolerance” provides a comprehensive overview on part tolerancing, including different types of tolerances and the relationship between tolerances and part dimensions. Every manufactured part must meet certain specifications. Tolerances describe the range of acceptable measurements in which a part can still perform its intended function. Tolerance ranges typically describe a linear measurement. Surface texture can require a certain tolerance as well. Tolerances attempt to balance the use of a product with the cost required to produce that product.

Improper tolerancing can result in parts that do not function in the way they were intended or parts produced with dimensions that are more precise than necessary, adding unwanted cost to production. After the class, users will be able to describe common methods used for part tolerancing, as well as the impact tolerances have on part production and quality.
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OnlineFoundational350Inspection120035 Blueprint Reading 131 The class “Blueprint Reading” provides a thorough understanding of blueprints and how to read them. Blueprints are documents that contain three major elements: the drawing, dimensions, and notes. The drawing illustrates the views of the part necessary to show its features. Together, the extension and dimension lines on the drawing indicate dimensions and specific tolerance information of each feature. The notes contain administrative and global information about the part. A blueprint contains all instructions and requirements necessary to manufacture and inspect a part.

An understanding of how to read a blueprint is critical to manufacture and inspect parts to accurate specifications. Accurate blueprint creation helps to ensure that finished parts will function in a way that meets the original intent. After taking this class, users should be able to read a basic blueprint and determine the critical features on a part that need to be measured.
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OnlineFoundational350Inspection140030 Hole Standards and Inspection 141 The class “Hole Standards and Inspection” provides a comprehensive introduction to hole inspection using contact instruments. Hole inspection ensures that a hole will meet its proper job specifications, including fit, diameter, roundness, and condition. Gaging instruments, like pin and plug gages, determine fit. Variable instruments determine size and must make three points of contact to find out-of-round conditions. Variable instruments may be mechanical, electronic, optical, or pneumatic. More complex handheld devices include telescoping gages, split-ball gages, calipers, inside micrometers, and bore gages. Job specifications, environmental concerns, and economic issues all determine which hole inspection device to use. Choosing the wrong tool could result in an out-of-tolerance hole passing inspection. After taking this class, users should be able to explain how to measure common hole features with plug gages, pin gages, and calipers and verify they are within tolerance.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350240 Hole Inspection 240 This class explains different hole characteristics and describes how specific gages are used for different hole inspection applications. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140040 Thread Standards and Inspection 151 "Thread Standards and Inspection" explains the various parts of threads and how to inspect them. Manufacturers inspect threads according to unified or ISO standards or using System 21, System 22, and System 23. Several features must be checked to make sure that threads meet specifications. Gaging inspection tools, or go/no-go gages, simply determine whether or not a part will fit. Variable thread inspection tools determine whether a thread falls within a specified tolerance range. Thread type and specifications affect the tools used to inspect threads.

Understanding the various components and classifications used to identify threads is critical for accurate inspection. After the class, the user will be able to explain how to measure common threaded features with internal and external thread gages and verify the features are within tolerance.
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OnlineFoundational350Inspection350150 Overview of Threads 150 This class describes the various parts of a screw thread, common thread standards and tolerances, and the various tools used to inspect them.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350250 Thread Inspection 250 This class provides suggestions and how-to information for inspecting threads with a range of common instruments and gages. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140110 Surface Texture and Inspection 201 The class “Surface Texture and Inspection” provides information on surface finish and methods involved for its inspection. The surface finish achieved by a machining process determines how well a surface performs its given function. Surface inspection compares the specified nominal surface and real surface to find the measured surface. Measurement can be completed by comparison, direct measurement with a stylus-type instrument, or noncontact methods. A real surface contains irregularities (flaws, roughness, waviness, and lay) that make up its surface texture. Roughness is the most common irregularity used to inspect surfaces. The desired finish of a surface changes how precisely a part must be machined. Inspecting for surface roughness reduces the cost of surface finish by allowing companies to produce parts to customer specifications. After the class, users should be able to describe commonly used methods for tolerancing a part's surface roughness in a production environment.Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350140 Surface Measurement 140 This class identifies the different types of surface texture and describes how the surface texture of a part affects its use.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350260 Hardness Testing 260 This class provides an overview of the most common hardness testing methods and describes how to read hardness ratings.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140210 Introduction to GD&T 301 “Introduction to GD&T” provides a basic introduction to the symbols and vocabulary of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, or GD&T. GD&T is an international design standard that uses 14 standard geometric tolerances to control the shape of features. GD&T emphasizes the fit, form, and function of a part by comparing the physical features of the part to the imaginary datums specified in the design instructions. Every part feature is described by a series of symbols, which are organized in the feature control frame.

Because GD&T uses tolerance zones that more accurately follow the shape of a feature rather than a square grid and emphasizes the relationship between features, blueprints usually utilitize GD&T to describe parts. This means that to fully understand a blueprint, it is necessary to know the GD&T symbols and what they mean. After taking this class, users should be able to better understand the symbols commonly used in a GD&T print.
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OnlineFoundational350Inspection350200 Intro to GD&T 200 (1994) This class introduces the fundamental concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) and describes the main types of tolerances included in the standard. This class references the 1994 standard. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350205 Intro to GD&T 205 (2009) This class introduces the fundamental concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) and describes the main types of tolerances included in the standard, ASME Y14.5 2009.Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140215 Major Rules of GD&T 311 The class “Major Rules of GD&T” provides an overview of the rules and concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, or GD&T, including Rule #1, Rule #2, bonus tolerance, the 3-2-1 Rule, and virtual and resultant conditions, as well as the datum reference frame (DRF). The DRF limits all six degrees of freedom by mapping three perpendicular planes onto the part using datum feature simulators. GD&T standards offer specific guidelines on a wide range of part features, including projected tolerance zones, radii, controlled radii, tapers, threads, and gears. Special rules also apply for composite or single segment tolerancing and statistical tolerancing. GD&T functions as a complex language used in blueprints to convey all necessary information about a part. To accurately read a GD&T print, the student must understand its many guidelines. After taking this class, users should be able to explain key GD&T concepts and various approaches for situating a part within the DRF.Advanced2.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350310 Interpreting GD&T 310 (1994) This class explains important rules of GD&T and also describes how common features are specified in GD&T prints. This class references the 1994 standard. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350315 Interpreting GD&T 315 (2009) This class explains important rules of GD&T and also describes how common features are specified in GD&T prints. This class reflects ASME Y14.5 2009.Advanced1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140220 Inspecting a Prismatic Part 321 “Inspecting a Prismatic Part” explains the measurements, methods, and inspection tools necessary to confirm that a prismatic part meets its specifications. A number of instruments have the right amount of sensitivity required to inspect most prismatic parts, but a CMM is often the most accurate. Inspection starts by measuring each size dimension in two ways: the cross-sectional dimension, or actual local size, and, sometimes, the actual mating envelope (AME). Prismatic parts are also routinely inspected for certain geometric tolerances, including straightness, flatness, profile of a line, profile of a surface, angularity, perpendicularity, parallelism, and position.

The ways in which a part must be inspected is based largely upon its shape, so proper inspection of a prismatic part requires an understanding of its basic dimensions and tolerances. After taking this class, users will be able to describe best practices for inspecting the complete layout of a prismatic part.
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OnlineFoundational350Inspection140225 Inspecting a Cylindrical Part 331 “Inspecting a Cylindrical Part” explains the measurements, methods, and inspection tools necessary to confirm that a cylindrical part meets its specifications. A number of instruments have the right amount of sensitivity required to inspect most cylindrical parts, but a CMM is often the most accurate. Inspection starts by measuring each size dimension in two ways: the cross-sectional dimension, or actual local size, at one location along the part and the actual mating envelope (AME) along the part’s entire length. Cylindrical parts are also routinely inspected for certain geometric tolerances.

The ways in which a part must be inspected is based largely upon its shape. Thus proper inspection of a cylindrical part requires an understanding of its basic dimensions and tolerances. After the class users should be able to describe best practices for inspecting the complete layout of a cylindrical part.
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OnlineFoundational350Inspection140230 Advanced Hole Inspection 341 “Advanced Hole Inspection” provides an overview of hole inspection using noncontact instruments. Holes that require a specific type of fit, either clearance, interference, or transition, also require a higher degree of accuracy. Noncontact hole inspection devices provide this, as well as an ability to measure fragile parts and high volumes of parts. These more sophisticated variable hole inspection devices include coordinate measuring machines, measuring microscopes, optical comparators, borescopes, laser systems, and air gages.

Job specifications, part dimensions, and feature size all determine which hole inspection device to use on holes requiring a certain fit. Choosing a tool without a high degree of accuracy could result in an out-of-tolerance hole passing inspection. After taking this class, users will be able to describe advanced methods for inspecting hole dimensions and geometric features in a lab setting.
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OnlineFoundational350Inspection140240 Inspecting with Optical Comparators 351 “Inspecting with Optical Comparators” provides an overview of the optical comparator, which uses optics to project an enlarged, two-dimensional shadow of a part onto a glass screen for measurement of its length, width, and surface. Simple optics display the part upside down and backwards. Corrected optics display the part right side up and backwards. Fully corrected optics yield an image identical to the part orientation. Regardless of type and complexity, all optical comparators measure by comparison, screen rotation, and motion.

If optical comparators are properly maintained, measurement error is the result of the operator. By understanding the components and measurement methods of the optical comparator, operators can avoid unwanted variation. Variation in measurement can lead to faulty parts passing inspection and reaching consumers. After completing the class, users will be able to describe best practices for using the optical comparator to inspect parts.
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OnlineFoundational350Inspection350130 Basics of the Optical Comparator 130 This class explains the principles of optical inspection and describes the components of the optical comparator.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350230 Inspecting with Optical Comparators 230 This class compares different types of optical comparators and explains how they work best under different conditions.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140250 Inspecting with CMMs 361 “Inspecting with CMMs” provides a comprehensive overview of the functions and mechanics of the coordinate measuring machine, or CMM. A CMM’s probe contacts the various features on a workpiece and records their Cartesian coordinate locations with software. CMMs measure using either contact or noncontact methods and can be used in a lab or on the production floor. CMMs use either manual operation, joystick, or DCC to guide components.

As long as the operator is trained in its use, the CMM provides high accuracy measurements with minimum human influence in a very short amount of time. This allows the operator to respond to machining errors and reduce scrap. After this class, users should be able to describe best practices for using the CMM to inspect parts.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350120 Basics of the CMM 120 This class identifies the major types and components of the coordinate measuring machine and describes the coordinate system. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350220 Inspecting with CMMs 220 This class compares the advantages and common uses of various CMM components and software applications.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140260 Calibration and Documentation 371 “Calibration and Documentation” details the calibration of measuring instruments and its necessary documentation. Calibration should occur at regular intervals. Companies should have a written document that defines their calibration procedures. Calibration records and reports ensure that traceability is intact. This documentation proves that measurements are accurate. The required accuracy of the measuring instrument determines in-house or outside calibration. Without traceability, there is no way to ensure that a measurement made by an inspection device is accurate.

Calibration and documentation reduce waste and increase part accuracy, which in turn increases customer satisfaction. After taking the class, users should be able to describe best practices for instrument and gage calibration, along with correct documentation of calibration efforts.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection140270 In-Line Inspection Applications 381 “In-Line Inspection Applications” offers an in-depth look at the uses of in-line inspection, or error-proofing, in a production environment. Error-proofing uses individualized setups to inspect a part while it is still in production. Gage selection for in-line inspection depends on variables such as part type, production specifics, environment, and process control needs. Possible gaging options include limit or proximity switches, counters or timers, photoelectric or laser sensors, air gages, machine vision systems, and ultrasonic systems. In-line inspection is only feasible if it can be done with repeatability and accuracy.

Inspection of parts during production, instead of after it is complete, allows a company to prevent errors before they occur and reach customers. After taking the class, users should be able to describe the various methods for incorporating in-line inspection into an established production process.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineFoundational350Inspection350300 Measuring System Analysis 300 This class explains the purpose and methods of measuring systems analysis, including measurement variation and gage repeatability and reproducibility studies. Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150110 Basics of the Manual Mill 110 This class describes the basic components of the manual mill and also describes common workholding devices, cutting tools, and toolholders used on the mill.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150115 Basics of the Engine Lathe 115 This class describes the basic parts of the engine lathe as well as the cutting tools and workholding devices used on a typical lathe.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150200 Overview of Manual Mill Setup 200 This class describes the proper setup for a typical mill operation and explains how to determine mill settings, align mill components, and select proper tooling.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150205 Overview of Engine Lathe Setup 205 This class describes the proper setup for a typical lathe operation and explains how to align, adjust, and select the components on the lathe. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150210 Benchwork and Layout Operations 210 This class describes common benchwork operations performed on the mill before and after machining a part and describes common layout tools and procedures.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150220 Manual Mill Operation 220 This class guides you through the machining of a common part on the mill as well as explains common milling operations performed on the mill. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150225 Engine Lathe Operation 225 This class guides you through the machining of a cylindrical part using inner- and outer-diameter cutting operations as well as explains general principles surrounding each operation.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150230 Holemaking on the Mill 230 This class describes how to perform common holemaking operations on the manual mill and explains common principles about each holemaking process.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150235 Threading on the Engine Lathe 235 This class describes the manual lathe components used for threading and explains how to cut and inspect an external and internal thread.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining150Manual Machining150240 Taper Turning on the Engine Lathe 240 Taper Turning on the Engine Lathe 240 is an introductory class coverning methods for turning basic tapered parts on an engine lathe.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180010 Introduction to Physical Properties 101 Intro to Physical Properties provides an overview of manufacturing materials and their physical properties, including thermal, electrical, and magnetic properties. This class also introduces users to volumetric characteristics, such as mass, weight, and density. Physical properties determine how a material will react to moisture, heat, electricity, and other factors. In order to choose the best tooling or raw material for an application, manufacturers must understand the physical properties of key metals, plastics, and other materials. After taking this course, users will be able to identify and describe key physical properties and their value in a manufacturing setting.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180020 Introduction to Mechanical Properties 111 "Intro to Mechanical Properties" provides a thorough introduction to key mechanical properties, such as tensile strength, hardness, ductility, and impact resistance. This class discusses how shear, compression, and tensile stress impact a material's properties, how force is shown on a stress-strain graph, and common methods manufacturers use to test a material's strength. To make quality products, manufacturers must anticipate how a material responds to shaping and cutting forces and understand how that material will ultimately function once it reaches the customer. Evaluating a material's mechanical and physical properties is the first step to choosing reliable tooling and processing methods. After taking Intro to Mechanical Properties, users will know more about hardness, ductility, and strength, what materials exhibit these characteristics, and common methods a facility might use to test these qualities.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180030 Introduction to Metals 121 "Intro to Metals" provides an overview of popular ferrous and nonferrous metals and their properties. This course introduces users to the three types of metal crystal structures, how grains develop in metal, the purpose of heat treating, and how these aspects impact a material's characteristics. Steel, aluminum, titanium, and other metals have a wide range of commercial and advanced applications, including structural shapes, machine components, and medical devices. To choose the best material for a project, manufacturers must first understand how different metals respond to heat, pressure, electricity, chemical exposure, and weather. After completing Intro to Metals, users will know how various metals function in different environments, making them better equipped to select materials and tooling.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500100 Intro to Materials 100 This class identifies the major categories of materials used in manufacturing and compares their general properties.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500110 Structure of Metals 110 This class describes the atomic structure of metals and explains how this structure affects each metal's properties.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500120 Mechanical Properties of Metals 120 This class describes common mechanical properties of metals and explains the stress-strain curve. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500130 Physical Properties of Metals 130 This class introduces the physical properties of metals and explains how these properties determine potential applications.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500115 Overview of Plastic Materials 115 This class describes the different types of plastics and their characteristics.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500135 Overview of Properties for Plastics 135 This class describes the mechanical and chemical properties of plastics and addresses how they impact design considerations.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500140 Metal Manufacturing 140 This class walks through the steps used to produce commercial steel from its original ore.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500145 Overview of Plastic Processes 145 This class describes the most common plastic manufacturing processes and the machinery used to manufacture plastic components.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180110 Classification of Steel 201 "Classification of Steel" introduces users to steel designations systems, particularly AISI-SAE and UNS methods. This class describes classifications for plain carbon, alloy, high-strength low alloy, stainless, and tool steels, with a focus on AISI-SAE designations. There are many different types of steels, each having unique chemical contents and properties. Manufacturers distinguish between these metals by a numerical designation. In the AISI-SAE system, this number indicates the family of steel and the steel's carbon content. Some designations also describe the metal's intended use or special properties.

Because composition and processing methods determine a metal's properties, understanding steel classification is critical to choosing the best material for an application. After this class, users will be able to distinguish between major types of steel classifications and describe the nomenclature used to identify various grades of steel.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500150 Metal Classification 150 This class introduces the AISI-SAE classification for steels.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180120 Essentials of Heat Treatment of Steel 211 "Essentials of Heat Treatment" provides a through introduction to steel heat treatment, including a discussion of how heat and carbon content impact a steel's microstructure. This class also describes common heat treating methods, such as annealing, quenching, normalizing, and tempering.

Steel is heat treated to adjust the metal's properties. Heat treatments can increase a steel's hardness or ductility, or relieve stresses that accumulate due to other processing steps. To choose the best heat treating method for an application, manufacturers must understand how heat and carbon dictate phase changes and how different processes can be combined to produce a desired property. After completing this course, users will be familiar with heat treating theories and processes and be better equipped to use heat treatments.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500230 Heat Treatment of Steel 230 This class describes the different steel phases as well as common heat treatment methods for steel. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180130 Hardness Testing 221 "Hardness Testing" provides a thorough overview of the most common hardness testing methods, including Rockwell, Brinell, Vickers, Knoop, rebound, and ultrasonic tests. This class presents a description of each method, along with discussions on how to choose and perform a test, how to read hardness ratings, and how to prevent common errors.

Hardness tests ensure that raw, in-process, and finished materials have the correct mechanical properties. There are many different testing methods depending on the type of material, the work environment, and the desired accuracy of the reading. This course will prepare new and practicing manufacturers to choose and conduct different hardness tests by introducing them to popular methods used in the industry.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180140 Ferrous Metals 231 "Ferrous Metals" discusses the properties and applications of cast iron and steel, including an overview of plain carbon steel, stainless steel, and HSLA steels, along with an introduction to AISI-SAE designations. This course also describes gray, ductile, white, and malleable cast irons and their uses. Ferrous metals have broad commercial and industrial applications due to their strength, versatility, and relatively low costs. Fasteners, automotive components, structural shapes, tooling, and even aircraft parts can be made with ferrous metals. Understanding the range of cast iron and steels available enables manufacturers to choose reliable raw materials and effective processing methods. After completing this course, users will be better equipped to evaluate materials and anticipate how ferrous metals will function in different environments.Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500210 Ferrous Metals and Alloys 210 This class identifies the major categories, properties, and uses of steels and their alloys.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180145 Nonferrous Metals 241 "Nonferrous Metals" provides an overview of the properties and uses of common nonferrous metals, including aluminum, copper, magnesium, nickel, lead, and titanium. This class also discusses how refractory metals and how nonferrous metals are classified in the Unified Numbering System (UNS).

Selecting the best alloy for an application begins with understanding each metal's properties and interactions. Nonferrous metals, although not as widely used as steel, are still valued as essential alloying elements or for advanced applications. After taking this class, new or practicing manufacturers will be able to identify various nonferrous metals, their characteristics, and their uses.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500220 Nonferrous Metals and Alloys 220 This class identifies the major categories, properties, and uses of nonferrous metals and their alloys.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials180210 Exotic Alloys 301 "Exotic Alloys" provides an introduction to the properties and applications of superalloys and exotic metal alloys. In this class, users will learn about iron-based, nickel-based, and cobalt-based superalloys, as well as tungsten, vanadium, tantalum, and other exotic metals.

Superalloys and exotic metals have unique properties for specialized applications. Complex, proprietary superalloys are commonly used in aerospace and petrochemical applications, while exotic metals are often used as alloying elements to enhance the properties of a base metal. After completing this class, users will be able to identify prominent superalloys and exotic metals and describe their uses.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500225 Overview of Exotic Metals 225 This class identifies and describes exotic metals and superalloys that are commonly used when traditional materials are inadequate. It also covers the physical and mechanical properties that make exotics desirable for advanced applications. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500240 Plastics 240 This class identifies the major categories, properties, and uses of plastics.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500250 Ceramics 250 This class identifies the major categories, properties, and uses of ceramics.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500255 Principles of Injection Molding 255 This class will familiarize you with injection molding and the design concerns associated with injection molding.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational500Materials500265 Principles of Thermoforming 265 This class describes the thermoforming process and explains the different variations of thermoforming, including pressure forming and vacuum forming. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560100 Intro to Mechanical Systems 100 This class examines simple machines such as the lever and inclined plane and covers basic concepts of physical science, including mechanical advantage and friction. Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560105 Safety for Mechanical Work 105 This class describes safety precautions for performing maintenance on mechanical systems.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560110 Forces of Machines 110 This class identifies the various types of mechanical forces and describes how these forces act on objects. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560120 Power Transmission Components 120 This class discusses the process of mechanical power transmission and describes the components used to transmit mechanical energy.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560130 Lubricant Fundamentals 130 This class describes different types of industrial lubricants and explains the importance of proper lubrication procedure. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560200 Mechanical Power Variables 200 This class discusses the variables involved in mechanical power transmission and how they affect industrial processes. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560210 Bearing Applications 210 This class describes different types of bearings, the operating conditions in which they are used, and important considerations for proper installation and maintenance of the major types of bearings available. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560220 Spring Applications 220 This class discusses different types of springs, how they are used in machines, and how to select the right spring for a particular application. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560230 Belt Drive Applications 230 This class explains how belt drive systems are used to transmit power and discusses various types of belts used in industry. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560240 Gear Geometry 240 This class discusses the geometry and design of gears commonly used in industry. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560245 Gear Applications 245 This class discusses various types of gears used in industry, including information on how gears are used, maintained, and classified.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance560Mechanical Systems560250 Clutch and Brake Applications 250 This class describes different types of clutches and brakes, the operating conditions in which they are used, and installation, maintenance, and safety concerns.Intermediate1.0English
Instructor-LedMaintenance560Mechanical Systems922111 Mechanical Fundamentals In this course mechanical elements of power transmission including gears, levers, chains, belts, pulleys, shafts and couplings are introduced. Component application and maintenance is included. Safety will continuously be addressed throughout each topic.  English
Instructor-LedMaintenance560Mechanical Systems922110 Introduction to Lubrication

Examines lubrication systems used in industrial applications. Application of pumping packages, lines, hoses, monitors, divider blocks, injectors, and lubrication components are examined. Proper installation, selection, and safe troubleshooting practices are discussed.

This course consists of classroom presentation and hands-on training. The hands-on portion will have participants working on lubrication training equipment, reading and interpreting lubrication system prints as well as examining lubrication systems in use on the plant floor (if allowable).

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OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting600100 Intro to EDM 100 This class introduces the process, components and machines of electric discharge machining.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting260010 Cutting Processes 111 "Cutting Processes" provides an introductory overview of the common metal cutting operations. To those new to manufacturing and machining, familiarity with the basic machines, tools, and principles of metal cutting is essential. The class focuses on the most common machining tools, the saw, lathe, and mill, and the common processes performed on each, such as band sawing, turning, end milling, and drilling. "Cutting Processes" also offers an introduction to holemaking and describes the differences between inner and outer diameter operations.

A basic, foundational knowledge of metal cutting processes is essential to gain understanding of more advanced information such as cutting theory, tool and workpiece material, cutting variables, and tool geometries. After taking this class, students should be able to identify the most common cutting processes, as well as the machines used to perform them.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200110 Metal Removal Processes 110 This class describes traditional machining processes such as metal cutting and grinding, as well as various nontraditional methods of machining.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting260020 Safety for Metal Cutting 101 “Safety for Metal Cutting” provides a comprehensive overview of the safety hazards associated with metal cutting operations, such as hot flying chips, broken tools, and rotating components. In addition, the class addresses contact with cutting fluids, which can cause skin and eye irritation, and machine guarding. Manual machines often require machine guards because the operator works in close proximity with the point of operation and moving components. CNC machines often have fixed guards, which prevent the operator from reaching into the point of operation. Also, operators must handle all sharp-edged tools properly.

Awareness of potential safety hazards reduces the risk of operator injury. The key to cutting safety is to follow the proper guidelines for the facility and maintain a well-organized, safe work environment. After taking the class, users should be able to demonstrate awareness of and follow proper safety protocols in a metal-cutting environment.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200115 Safety for Metal Cutting 115 This class identifies the safety hazards associated with cutting operations and the precautions you must take to avoid injury.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting260030 Overview of Machine Tools 121 "Overview of Machine Tools" provides an overview of the basic machine tools used in metal cutting operations. The class describes the appearance, components, and uses of lathes, mills, drill presses, saws, and broaches. Lathes and mills are described in detail, including the various types of cutting operations performed and the different types of tools commonly used on both machines.

This class provides new users with the foundational information about machine tools and their uses that is necessary for users to gain familiarity with common metal cutting machines and knowledge of metal cutting theory and processes. A basic understanding of the types of machine tools used in metal cutting operations will prepare users for becoming machine operators.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200130 Machines for Metal Cutting 130 This class identifies and describes the common machines used in metal cutting.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting260110 Basic Cutting Theory 201 "Basic Cutting Theory" provides an introductory overview of metal cutting theory and chip formation. The most fundamental aspect of cutting theory is the use of a cutting tool to remove material in the form of chips. Cutting tools can be divided into single-point tools, commonly used on the lathe, and multi-point tools, commonly used in milling and holemaking. The shape and type of chip created by cutting indicates whether or not cutting conditions are optimized. Adjusting tool angles and cutting variables has the largest effect on chip creation and cutting conditions.

Understanding how chips are formed and what factors change or optimize chip formation is essential to performing an effective metal cutting operation. Chip formation affects surface finish, part quality, and tool life, and thus has a large effect on manufacturing economy.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200120 What Is Cutting? 120 This class addresses the theory of proper chip formation during the machining process. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200140 Cutting Processes 140 This class provides a comprehensive overview of the most common metal cutting operations performed in the shop. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200160 Intro to Screw Machining 160 This class identifies the common components and operations of the screw machine and compares common screw machine designs.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting260120 Band Saw Operation 211 "Band Saw Operation" gives an in-depth description of the considerations required for band sawing operations. Band sawing is a common way to perform rough cuts on raw stock, and uses a continuous, flexible metal blade looped over machine wheels. Band sawing can be performed with a variety of blade materials and styles, including different tooth spacing and geometry. The specific blade type and cutting variables used depend on the specific workpiece and cutting operation.

Band sawing can be an efficient, low-cost way to rough cut stock to size. However, in order to effectively perform band sawing operations, operators must be aware of factors such as blade material, tooth set, tooth form, tooth spacing, and optimal speed and feed settings. This class provides the information necessary to identify optimal band sawing variables and conditions.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200155 Sawing Fundamentals 155 This class identifies the main types of sawing and introduces basic terminology for saw blade types and materials.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200215 Band Saw Blade Selection 215 This class compares the various types of band saw blades and identifies the factors that influence blade selection.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200210 Cutting Fluids 210 This class identifies the major cutting fluids and their common uses.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting260135 Metal Cutting Fluid Safety 231 "Metal Cutting Fluid Safety" provides an overview of the safety concerns related to working with metal cutting fluids. Some of the ingredients in various cutting fluids, as well as microorganisms that can grow in them, can be harmful. Exposure can occur through skin contact, inhalation, or ingestion. This exposure can lead to skin and respiratory disorders, including long-term illness. Safety measures, including ventilation, PPE, sanitation, training, and fluid maintenance, can reduce exposure to contaminants.

Manufacturers always want to ensure that operators are safe, that they are OSHA compliant, and that they do not lose productivity due to accidents. Operations using cutting fluids have specific safety concerns that must be addressed in order to maintain a safe work environment. After taking this class, users will know how to differentiate between various cutting fluids, recognize the health risks they pose, and understand how to use, handle, and maintain them safely.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200260 Toolholders for Turning 260 This class explains the components and identification of OD and ID toolholders used on the lathe. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200200 Cutting Variables 200 This class describes some of the variables that impact common machining operations. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200300 Speed and Feed Selection 300 This class identifies the various speed and feed values used with the lathe and mill and describes how to convert these variables. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200220 Cutting Tool Materials 220 This class describes common cutting tool materials and their common applications.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200230 Carbide Grade Selection 230 This class describes the common forms of carbide available in cutting tools.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200250 ANSI Insert Selection 250 This class walks through the ANSI B212.4-1995 standard for insert identification.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200240 Tool Geometry 240 This class identifies the major tool angles that impact the turning operation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200245 Milling Geometry 245 This class identifies and explains the face mill and end mill tool angles that impact a milling operation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200247 Drill Geometry 247 This class identifies the major drill components and angles that impact drilling operations. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200305 Optimizing Insert Life 305 This class describes common forms of insert wear that lead to insert failure and identifies the appropriate control methods for each type. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200310 High-Speed Machining 310 This class compares high-speed machining to traditional machining and explains the key factors that impact its successful application.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200315 Hard Turning 315 This class covers hard turning, including its advantages when compared to grinding and strategies for successful implementation.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining200Metal Cutting200325 Machining Titanium Alloys 325 This class identifies and addresses the challenges related to machining titanium and its alloys. Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedMachining200Metal Cutting918102 High-Speed, High-Power Machining This course reviews new developments and their impact on operations. For example, high-speed machining may increase productivity, but may add production constraints. This course addresses these constraints and all aspects of high-speed machining, including equipment selection and application criteria, trends, capital equipment cost evaluations, and retrofitting or rebuilding to meet new needs and constraints.   English
Instructor-LedMachining200Metal Cutting918106 Machining Process Optimization Program Application of the techniques presented in this program will improve your machining process efficiency by at least 20%. These techniques have delivered four-fold increases in tool life, elimination of scrap, and increases in profitability. It enhances manufacturing efforts in all Lean enterprises.  English
Instructor-LedMachining200Metal Cutting918103 High-Speed Endmilling for Die, Mold, Aerospace, Racing, and Prototype Shops The dynamics of endmilling are not taught in machining or basic metalcutting classes; however, as speed and horsepower increase, it is common for endmills to vibrate or chatter. Machinists can typically eliminate chatter from their processes, but most often at the expense of cycle time (25%-200% lost productivity). This course teaches how to improve quality while machining parts faster by testing and understanding the tool-toolholder-spindle-machine structure. These techniques have been used by industry for more than 20 years and have become more mainstream as high-speed CNC machines have spread through the industry.  English
Instructor-LedMachining200Metal Cutting918109 Metalworking Fluid Management Certificate Program The purpose of this program is to provide a standard achievement to improve participants’ knowledge and understanding of metalworking fluid management. Beginning with a review of the many different operations that use metalworking fluids, the program covers everything from the fundamentals of fluid and additive chemistry to end-user troubleshooting. Once participants pass the post-exam, they will have documentation to validate their expertise.   English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460200 Intro to Electric Motors 200 This class discusses how various types of electric motors are applied throughout industry and the principles behind motor operation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460210 Symbols and Diagrams for Motors 210 This class describes common types of motor control symbols found in most schematic diagrams as well as their function in a motor application. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460220 Logic and Line Diagrams 220 This class will teach you the basic rules for line diagrams and their common elements. You will also learn how line diagrams are put together and how they are referenced. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460230 DC Motor Applications 230 This class focuses on DC motors, their main parts, and how they are used and maintained. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460235 Solenoids 235 This class describes the principles behind solenoid operation, lists the main types of solenoids, and explains their function and application. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460240 AC Motor Applications 240 This class describes the common parts of AC motors as well as different types and their applications, maintenance, and troubleshooting concerns.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460250 Contactors and Motor Starters 250 This class provides information on the basic design and function of contactors and motor starters. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460260 Control Devices 260 In this class, you will learn about various types of control devices, their parts, and how control devices are used in different applications. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460310 Reversing Motor Circuits 310 This class describes the proper ways to design reversing motor control circuits for many types of electric motors, using different types of starters and switches.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460320 Distribution Systems 320 This class describes the means of distributing power to motors and other electrical devices within a typical industrial shop, focusing on distribution systems within a shop.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460330 Specs for Servomotors 330 This class covers the basic types of servomotors and the components that can be used in a servo system.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460340 Timers and Counters 340 This class describes the functions and applications of various mechanical, electromechanical, and electronic timers and counters. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460350 Electronic Semiconductor Devices 350 In this class covers the functions and characteristics of many different electronic semiconductor devices.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460355 Photonic Semiconductor Devices 355 This class covers the characteristics and functions of photonic semiconductor devices.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460360 Limit Switches and Proximity Sensors 360 This class covers the properties and functions of limit switches and inductive and capacitive proximity sensors, as well as hall effect sensors. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460365 Photoelectric and Ultrasonic Devices 365 This class covers the properties and functions of photoelectric and ultrasonic sensors. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460370 Reduced Voltage Starting 370 This class describes the various methods of reduced voltage starting and explains when each type of starter is used.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460375 Solid-State Relays and Starters 375 This class covers the characteristics and functions of solid state relays and motor starters. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460380 Deceleration Methods 380 This class describes the various methods used to cause motor deceleration. It explains the situations where braking is needed and shows how braking is accomplished. Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance460Motor Controls460385 Acceleration Methods 385 This class will describe the factors involved with motor acceleration and how they relate to each other. It will also explain how speed and acceleration are controlled in various types of electric motors.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450200 Intro to PLCs 200 This class introduces the parts and operations of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and describes the functions and different programming languages you will find on most PLCs. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450210 Hardware for PLCs 210 This class covers the characteristics and functions of different types of PLC hardware, and provides basic troubleshooting procedures and maintenance tips. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450220 Basics of Ladder Logic 220 This class describes the basic principles of ladder logic, identifies the symbols used to program a PLC and explains the primary logic functions those symbols create. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450230 Numbering Systems and Codes 230 This class explains how to convert between binary, decimal, octal, and hexadecimal number systems and describes how these systems are used to convey information for PLCs.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450240 PLC Inputs and Outputs 240 This class covers different types, configurations, capacities, and current conversions for PLC I/Os. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450250 Basic Programming 250 This class will teach you the basics of PLC programming using ladder logic. The class will identify common PLC commands and describe how those commands can be used to program a controller. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450260 PLC Timers and Counters 260 This class explains how different types of PLC timers and counters work.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450270 Networking for PLCs 270 This class covers the basic principles of PLC networking and provides an introduction to some common industrial networks. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450280 Hand-Held Programmers of PLCs 280 This class covers the basic functions and characteristics of hand-held programmers. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450300 PLC Diagrams and Programs 300 This class will teach you how to convert line diagrams and wiring diagrams for use with PLCs.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450305 Overview of PLC Registers 305 This class introduces how digital signals are converted into binary data and how that data is stored into various types of registers.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450310 PLC Program Control Instructions 310 This class covers some of the most common program control instructions for PLCs. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450320 Math for PLCs 320 This class covers common mathematical functions for PLCs as well as the integer and decimal values and numeric codes involved in PLC math calculations.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450330 Sequencer Instructions for PLCs 330 This class covers sequencer instructions for PLCs. Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450340 PLC Installation Practices 340 This class covers the proper steps for planning and installing a basic PLC system. Includes an Interactive Lab.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450350 PID for PLCs 350 This class covers the effects of PID control in closed-loop systems as well as methods for tuning your controller in order to achieve the desired performance.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450360 Data Manipulation 360 This class explains basic data moving functions and describes how and why these functions are used. Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance450PLCs450370 Shift Registers 370 This class explains the various register shifts than can be used in a PLC. Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedMaintenance450PLCs922107 Level 1 PLC Fundamentals This course covers the fundamentals and principles of Industrial Programmable Logic Controller (PLC). The focus is on how PLC's work and gives practical information on maintaining PLC systems. Students will examine the control of systems with a PLC simulator and laptops. Emphasis will be on using the PLC as a diagnostic tool for troubleshooting the processing system.  English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430200 Basics of Siemens PLCs 200 This class introduces the parts and operations of Siemens programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and describes the functions and different programming languages you will find on these PLCs.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430210 Siemens PLC Hardware 210 This class describes the basic hardware components of Siemens PLCs. It also covers the methods of communication between hardware components and discusses basic guidelines for PLC installation.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430220 Numbers, Codes, and Data Types for Siemens PLCs 220 This class reviews the basic types of numbers, codes, and data used by Siemens PLCs. Binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal numbers are covered, as well as different types of integers and scientific notation.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430230 Siemens PLC Communication 230 This class provides a comprehensive look at the techniques and devices used by Siemens PLCs to communicate with other devices.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430240 Siemens PLC Inputs and Outputs 240 This class covers the variety of PLC input/output modules and devices. In addition, the class discusses PLC device addressing and configuration, as well as PLC tag usage.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430250 Siemens Human Machine Interfaces 250 This class provides an overview of the different types of HMI devices and systems used by Siemens PLCs.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430260 Siemens SIMATIC Modular PLCs 260 This class provides a brief description of the different varieties of SIMATIC PLCs and a more in-depth overview of Modular PLCs in particular.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430270 Siemens PLC Programming Concepts 270 This class discusses the basic concepts of programming Siemens PLCs. Linear and modular programming are both discussed, as well as different types of Siemens PLC engineering software and PLC program memory usage.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430280 Basic Ladder Diagram Programming for Siemens PLCs 280 This class explains how basic ladder diagram programming is used to program PLCs. It examines the basic rules that are used to construct a ladder diagram program, including Boolean logic functions. It then illustrates these rules and how they relate to hard-wired circuitry by showing the various methods used to create a start-stop control application.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430290 Basic Function Block Diagram Programming for Siemens PLCs 290 This class explains how function block diagram programming is used to program PLCs. It examines the basic rules that are used to construct an FBD program, including Boolean logic functions. It then illustrates these rules and how they relate to hard-wired circuitry by showing the various methods used to create a forward-reverse control application.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430300 Ladder Diagram Timers and Counters for Siemens PLCs 300 This class explains how ladder diagram programming is used to program timers and counters. It examines the basic rules for each type of timer and counter used in LAD programming for S7-1200 PLCs.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430310 Function Block Diagram Timers and Counters for Siemens PLCs 310 This class explains how function block diagram programming is used to program timers and counters. It examines the basic rules for each type of timer and counter used in FBD programming for S7-1200 PLCs.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430320 Additional Ladder Diagram Instructions for Siemens PLCs 320 This class describes the bit logic instructions used in a ladder diagram program. Then, it more thoroughly explains compare, math, move, convert, jump, label, word logic, shift, and rotate instructions.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430330 Additional Function Block Diagram Instructions for Siemens PLCs 330 This class describes the bit logic instructions used in a function block diagram program. Then, it more thoroughly explains compare, math, move, convert, jump, label, word logic, shift, and rotate instructions.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430340 Siemens SIMATIC S7-1200 PLCs 340 This class describes SIMATIC S7-1200 PLCs and the various S7-1200 PLC modules that make up the PLC. This class also provides an overview of the STEP 7 Basic (TIA Portal) software used to configure and program the PLC as well as the various S7-1200 integrated technologies.Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430350 Siemens SIMATIC S7-1500 PLCs 350 This class describes SIMATIC S7-1500 PLCs and the various S7-1500 modules. This class also summarizes the capabilities of the STEP 7 Professional (TIA Portal) software used to configure and program S7-1500 PLCs.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance430PLCs: Siemens430360 Siemens Safety Integrated for Factory Automation 360 This class describes Siemens Safety Integrated for Factory Automation, which incorporates safety technology into standard automation, significantly reducing engineering costs, ensuring reliable and efficient operation, and enabling greater availability.Advanced English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating410Press Brake410100 Press Brake Safety 100 This class provides an overview of safety procedures for the press brake, including a description of how to adjust pullback cables.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating410Press Brake410110 Press Brake Components 110 This class identifies the major components of the press brake and describes the most common press brake designs. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating410Press Brake410120 Bending Fundamentals 120 This class describes key factors that affect a bending operation on the press brake and also surveys the common types of forming and bending operations. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating410Press Brake410130 Die Bending Operations 130 This class describes the different types of bends that can be formed on the press brake.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating410Press Brake410200 Operating the Press Brake 200 This class describes how to operate a press brake and also covers the different modes of operation and controls used when operating a press brake.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating410Press Brake410220 Press Brake Specifications 220 This class identifies common specifications of press brakes and describes the various features and options available for common machines. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900100 Quality Overview 100 This class identifies how each department and function of a company plays a role in producing quality products for the customer.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220010 Lean Manufacturing Overview 101 "Lean Manufacturing Overview" provides an introduction to the principles and terminology of lean strategies, including a discussion of the seven forms of waste, the definition of value-added, the difference between push and pull systems, and the importance of continuous improvement. This class also highlights other quality concepts, such as single minute exchange of dies (SMED), inventory reduction, and Five S.

Lean manufacturing approaches help companies optimize their processes through organization and waste reduction. Although change can be a challenge, more efficient, streamlined processes will ultimately lead to improved customer satisfaction. This class outlines the foundational concepts and vocabulary that every practitioner needs when beginning, or continuing, a lean initiative.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900130 Lean Manufacturing Overview 130 This class describes the basic principles of lean manufacturing and compares them to traditional manufacturing approaches. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality910110 Developing a Lean Culture 135 This class covers strategies and tools for developing a lean culture within your company.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220020 ISO 9000 Review 121 "ISO 9000 Overview" provides an introduction to the key components and requirements of ISO 9001:2008. This class discusses the standard's eight sections, along with describing the role of a Quality Management System (QMS) and ISO 9001:2008's connection to other standards in the ISO 9000 series. "ISO 9000 Overview" also outlines the steps to registration, the auditing process, and the importance of continuous improvement.

ISO 9001:2008 is an internationally recognized standard that outlines the requirements of an effective, organized quality system. Many organizations are becoming ISO 9001:2008 certified to prove their commitment to product quality and customer service. Although streamlining documentation and implementing change can be a challenge, ISO 9001:2008 can create a more goal-oriented, connected, and efficient organization. This class helps new practitioners familiarize themselves with ISO 9001:2008's structure, content, and purpose in quality management.

Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900110 ISO 9000 Overview 110 This class identifies and describes the key components of ISO 9001:2008, as well as its supporting standards ISO 9000:2005 and ISO 9004:2009.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220030 Approaches to Maintenance 131 "Approaches to Maintenance" provides an introduction to common manufacturing maintenance strategies, including reactive, corrective, predictive, preventive, reliability-centered, and total productive maintenance. This class describes the advantages and disadvantages of each method, the benefits of planned downtime, and the importance of a customized maintenance approach.

Having a targeted, well-designed maintenance plan reduces costly machine breakdowns and production downtime. With this class, manufacturers will learn about the benefits, limitations, and goals of popular maintenance approaches, making them better equipped to support and improve their facility's method.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900120 Approaches to Maintenance 120 This class provides an introduction to the maintenance profession and describes various approaches to the practice of maintenance.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality910120 Continuous Process Improvement: Managing Flow 124 This class covers the principles of continuous process improvement and the tools used to implement it.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality910125 Continuous Process Improvement: Identifying and Eliminating Waste 125 This class covers process improvement through the identification and elimination of different kinds of waste.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality912135 Process Design and Development 133 This class covers the approaches to process design, particularly concurrent engineering and design for manufacturability. The class also addresses strategies for enhancing and testing manufacturability, and process analysis, modeling, and documentation.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality912130 Product Design and Development 134 This class describes the elements that go into effective product design. It identifies key concepts for geometric dimensioning and tolerancing and explains the use of computer aided design. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality912150 Production System Design and Development 136 This class introduces important factors involved in setting up a production system, such as location analysis, process and equipment selection, testing, and safety and quality standards. Careful planning and design leads to the production of reliable quality goods at a competitive price. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality912155 Equipment/Tool Design and Development 137 This class will introduce you to basic machine design concepts, common die assemblies, and inspection devices. You will also learn about current developments in nanotechnology and nanomanufacturing.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900140 Intro to Supply Chain Management 140 This class describes the flow of products and information in a supply chain and explains the importance of customer service.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220040 Total Productive Maintenance 141 "Total Productive Maintenance" introduces users to TPM concepts and principles. This class provides an overview of each key TPM pillar, including autonomous maintenance, Five S, planned maintenance, quality maintenance, kaizen, training, safety, and office TPM.

TPM combines aspects from lean manufacturing and quality initiatives to create a blended maintenance approach for both production and administrative areas. Improved safety, longer machine life, and increased employee involvement are just a few benefits of a well-executed TPM strategy. After taking this course, users will be able to describe the key components of total productive maintenance and their role in continuous improvement.
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OnlineFoundational900Quality900150 Total Productive Maintenance Overview 150 This class describes the elements of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) and explains how TPM helps reduce losses and waste.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220050 5S Overview 151 "Five S Overview" provides a thorough introduction to the purpose and process of 5S quality initiatives. This class includes separate discussions on each of the five steps, along with information on challenges, advantages, and possible assessment tools.

Many companies implement quality initiatives to improve operations and eliminate waste. 5S is a quality method that promotes organization, efficiency, and team work through several sequential steps. After completing this class, users will understand the value of each 5S step and be better equipped to execute and evaluate 5S.
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OnlineFoundational900Quality900155 5S Overview 155 This class provides an introduction to the 5S quality system and describes techniques for implementing 5S.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220060 Cell Design and Pull Systems 161 "Cell Design and Pull Systems" provides an introduction to the origin, purpose, and advantages of cellular manufacturing. This class describes the basic characteristics of a work cell, along with how cells are planned, organized, and improved. Cell Design and Pull Systems also includes a discussion of related quality concepts, such as takt time, cycle time, kanban systems, and error prevention.

Work cells have become an integral component of many lean facilities due to their ability to streamline operations and decrease lead time. However, cells require planning, organization, and constant team effort. In order for the system to work, everyone must know his or her role in the cell. With this class, someone new to cellular manufacturing will be able to identify the benefits of work cells, use common quality terminology, and understand how supporting strategies, such as kanban and kaizen, come together to create an effective quality system.
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OnlineFoundational900Quality900160 Cell Design and Pull Systems 160 This class covers the basics of cellular manufacturing, including the characteristics of cells and pull systems. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220070 Intro to Six Sigma 171 "Intro to Six Sigma" provides a comprehensive introduction to the goals, methods, and tools used during Six Sigma initiatives. This class discusses the different roles in a Six Sigma team, DMAIC steps, and how to identify variation. Intro to Six Sigma also covers the tools practitioners use to track and analyze data, such as Pareto charts, frequency distribution charts, and run charts.

Unlike some quality initiatives, Six Sigma offers tangible, measurable methods to gage a project's success. This class gives new practitioners the foundational knowledge needed to support a Six Sigma project by introducing them to key terminology and important data analysis tools.
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OnlineFoundational900Quality900170 Intro to Six Sigma 170 This class covers the basic concepts of Six Sigma, including data analysis, types of variation, common and special causes, the roles of Six Sigma team members, and the DMAIC method.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality912170 Quality and Customer Service 175 This class describes manufacturers’ focus on quality and the customer. This class also identifies organizations that certify quality and describes ways quality can be quantified, controlled, and measured. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220080 Troubleshooting 181 “Troubleshooting” provides a comprehensive overview of various methods and tools used to troubleshoot problems. Troubleshooting often involves finding the root cause of a problem and being able to distinguish deviations from problems and early warning signs from warning signs. Many tools are used to collect and interpret troubleshooting data, including check sheets, fishbone diagrams, and Pareto charts. The 5 Why technique, brainstorming, documentation, and troubleshooting teams are common methods of gathering troubleshooting data. Troubleshooting teams gather data in order to find possible solutions. Teams must test solutions to make sure they offer long-term results.

Troubleshooting is an extremely important skill for all areas of industry. The information provided in this class prepares students to solve problems and understand how to work to prevent them in many different settings. Without this knowledge, students would not be able to solve problems effectively.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900180 Troubleshooting: Identifying Problems 180 This class provides an introduction to the troubleshooting process and describes basic steps for identifying problems.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900182 Troubleshooting: Understanding Causes and Effects 182 This class provides an introduction to the process of determining problem causes and effects. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900184 Troubleshooting: Taking Corrective Actions 184 This class discusses ways to identify, implement, and document effective solutions in the troubleshooting process.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220090 Conducting Kaizen Events 191 “Conducting Kaizen Events” provides a comprehensive overview of kaizen events and how they work. A kaizen event is a focused project conducted by a cross-functional team that targets a particular problem area. Kaizen events produce both quantitative and qualitative benefits, although there are some potential challenges. During a kaizen event, a team analyzes the current state of the target and plans improvements for the future state. Kaizen events require preparation, training, and follow up.

Kaizen events are an important part of lean manufacturing that often lead to dramatic changes and significant results. Kaizen events optimize processes and eliminate waste, which improves quality and reduces costs. After taking this class, students will have a foundational understanding of why kaizen events are held and what happens during a kaizen event. This familiarity prepares students to participate in, and eventually lead, kaizen events.
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OnlineFoundational900Quality900260 Conducting Kaizen Events 260 This class describes the sequence of steps for conducting kaizen events and explains common areas for process improvement. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220105 Conducting an Internal Audit 201 "Conducting an Internal Audit" provides an introduction to the steps involved in performing an internal audit on company processes. This class describes the purpose of internal audits and the role of the audit team, along with guidelines for conducting interviews and identifying nonconformances.

In order for a company to succeed, they must establish and follow practices that promote quality production. Internal auditing helps organizations review their daily activities, educate employees, and improve their quality management system. Many companies have regular internal audits in order to maintain ISO 9000 registration. Even if an organization is not seeking registration, auditing is a valuable tool for quality control and continuous improvement. Before beginning an audit, the group must understand the goals of the review and their role in the team. With this class, employees will be better prepared to conduct interviews, evaluate evidence, and contribute to corrective actions.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900200 Conducting an Internal Audit 200 This class describes the steps of the internal auditing process and explains effective approaches for conducting audit interviews.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220110 SPC Overview 211 "SPC Overview" offers a thorough introduction to the purpose and main concepts of statistical process control (SPC). This class describes different types of control charts, such as X bar, R, and P charts, and how these tools are used to determine if a process is in-control or out-of-control.

Identifying and eliminating special cause variation is essential to creating quality products and reducing waste. SPC methods are an efficient, effective means to track variation and monitor processes. With SPC tools, manufacturers have the ability to find and fix issues before they lead to product problems. After taking this course, new and current personnel will understand commonly used control charts and recognize out-of-control signs, making them better equipped to contribute to quality control efforts at their facility.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900210 SPC Overview 210 This class describes the main concepts of statistical process control and explains how to recognize processes that are affected by special causes. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220120 TS 16949:2009 Overview 221 "TS 16949 Overview" is an introduction to the structure and requirements of the TS 16949:2009 international automotive standard. This class compares the latest edition of TS 16949 to ISO 9001:2008 and explains how the additions affect standard operating procedures in a quality management system (QMS). It includes an overview of the history and development of TS 16949 and a summary of the standard's eight sections, including a focused discussion on each Product Realization sub-clause.

Many auto manufacturers and part makers become TS 16949:2009 certified to improve their business and prove the effectiveness of their QMS. TS 16949:2009 certification requires thorough documentation, product planning, and a commitment to employee training and continuous improvement. With this class, anyone in the auto manufacturing industry will better understand the contents of the standard and be prepared to navigate the document during quality initiatives.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900220 TS 16949:2009 Overview 220 This class compares ISO 9001:2008 and TS 16949:2009 and explains how their differences affect the standard operating procedures in a quality management system.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220130 Metrics for Lean 231 “Metrics for Lean” provides an introduction to the information and data used to track processes in lean manufacturing facilities, including takt time, cycle time, total time of operations, overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), and first-time quality.

Metrics are measurable variables that can be tracked over time in order to identify errors or gauge progress. In lean facilities, metrics are tools manufacturers use to identify non-value added activities, streamline operations, and improve operations. After taking this class, users will be able to distinguish between broad and narrow metrics and calculate key values such as takt time and OEE. Understanding this information will help users contribute to lean initiatives and everyday continuous improvement efforts.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900230 Metrics for Lean 230 This class describes the most common metrics used to measure timing, error, and costs and encourage continuous improvement in a lean system. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220140 Process Flow Charting 241 "Process Flow Charting" provides an overview of the types and purposes of flow charts, including spaghetti diagrams, process maps, and value stream maps. This class describes the value of current- and future-state charts and how they contribute to quality initiatives.

Process flow charts are a means to identify waste and inefficiencies in the production process. Choosing a flow chart depends on the needs and goals of the manufacturer; some charts use symbols and incorporate metrics, while others can simply be drawn by watching activities in the facility. With this class, new practitioners will learn about the development and use of flow charts and be better prepared to utilize these tools.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900240 Process Flow Charting 240 This class covers the purpose and methods of flow charting, including spaghetti diagrams, process maps, and value stream maps.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220150 Strategies for Setup Reduction 251 The class “Strategies for Setup Reduction” presents several common strategies for decreasing setup, the activities required to prepare a product for processing. The single minute exchange of dies (SMED) method, which strives to reduce setups to under 10 minutes, is a core approach to setup reduction. SMED focuses on transitioning internal steps to external steps, which can be performed while machines are running. Additional SMED practices include using setup teams in parallel operations and prepping tools, paperwork, and materials. Standardization and special devices like one-turn and one-touch fasteners and intermediate jigs also help reduce setup times. Setup reduction is one of the many goals of lean manufacturing. Reducing setup times allows manufacturers to perform more setups for smaller, more-varied batches so that they can better respond to customer demands. After taking this class, users should be familiar with methods and understand the importance of setup reduction.Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900250 Strategies for Setup Reduction 250 This class covers different strategies for reducing setup times, including ideas for streamlining operations and tactics for pre-staging processes. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220160 Total Quality Management Overview 261 “Total Quality Management” discusses the major principles of total quality management (TQM). TQM evolved from quality assurance methods, which emphasize quality by design. TQM is a management philosophy that focuses on customer satisfaction, since customers define quality. Efforts to improve quality are integrated throughout each stage of the industrial cycle. Leadership is responsible for creating and executing a strategic TQM plan, as well as establishing an open company culture that involves and empowers all employees. There are many methods that can be used to measure, analyze, and implement TQM.

A company can be successful only if its customers are satisfied. TQM helps companies stay competitive by establishing a culture focused on customer satisfaction and continuous improvement. After taking this class, users should understand the importance of TQM and be prepared to contribute to total quality efforts in the workplace.
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OnlineFoundational900Quality900255 Approaches to Quality Management 255 This class discusses the concept of total quality, as well as methods of implementing and measuring TQM within a company's structure.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality910220 Management Tools: Problem Solving 270 This class covers lean tools that managers can use for problem solving and root cause analysis. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality910225 Management Tools: Product and Process Design 275 This class covers lean tools for managing product and process design.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900320 Managing Practices for Total Quality 320 This class discusses management roles and business categories for TQM, processes used to implement TQM, and methods of measuring TQM results.Advanced1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220210 Value Stream Mapping: The Current State 301 "Value Stream Mapping: The Current State" provides an introduction to the tools and process of value stream mapping. This course explains common value stream mapping (VSM) icons, the steps to creating a VSM, and outlines how to calculate key metrics, such as cycle time, parts per hour, and capacity. Users will also be guided through the development of a current state VSM for a company making a low-variety/high-volume product.

Isolating and eliminating waste are critical to achieving streamlined operations in lean manufacturing. Current and future state value stream maps are one tool companies can use to track their processes and make plans for improvement. After taking this course, users will be able to identify VSM icons, calculate critical metrics, and contribute to current state VSM development.
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OnlineFoundational900Quality900300 Value Stream Mapping: The Present State 300 This class introduces the elements used to create a value stream map and covers how to create a value stream map of the present state.Advanced1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality220220 Value Stream Mapping: The Future State 311 "Value Stream Mapping: The Future State" builds on concepts users used in "Value Stream Mapping: The Current State." This class describes how to develop a future state value stream map, including how to evaluate a current state value stream map, target problem areas, and design a plan to reduce non-value added activities.

A value stream map (VSM) is a process flow chart that manufacturers use to identify waste. The first step in value stream mapping is to create a current state map that represents the present flow of the facility. The next step is to identify areas of waste and develop a future state map. Future state maps represent changes the company can make to improve the facility's layout, production management, and communication systems. Reducing waste and streamlining processes is a goal in all manufacturing facilities. After completing these courses, users will be able to create VSMs and contribute to quality improvement efforts.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900305 Value Stream Mapping: The Future State 305 This class introduces strategies commonly used to create a future state value stream map based on findings from a present state value stream map.Advanced1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality900310 Six Sigma Goals and Tools 310 This class covers the Six Sigma DMAIC process improvement method and its primary goals, including the most common sub-steps and frequently used tools.Advanced1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality910310 Maintaining a Consistent Lean Culture 330 This class covers the methods and tools for maintaining a consistent lean culture within an enterprise. Advanced1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality910320 Transforming Lean into Business Results 340 This class teaches key processes and systems that optimize value flow and therefore produce optimum results in a lean system.Advanced1.0English
OnlineFoundational900Quality910330 Measuring Lean Systems 350 This class covers the metrics for measuring lean systems. Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921103 Introduction to Lean: Overview of the Lean Toolbox This course is designed to teach the basic tools used in a lean culture when problem solving. The course is designed around a factory simulation where the participants will learn how to apply lean tools in a hands-on manner. Each participant will be responsible for tracking performance through visual factory methods. As the day progresses, lean tools are taught and applied to the process. This class is the first stage in an organization’s lean transformation. It is designed to bring all levels of the organization together in a fun and fast-pace exercise, where rank and file is left outside the room. This class should be used to help create a hunger and a passion for continuous improvement. Participants will leave excited to go to the next stage of the transformation.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921111 Understanding the Tools and Best Practices of Lean Manufacturing Lean concepts have been adopted by many successful manufacturing companies as a way to reduce costs, satisfy customers, and increase profitability. The process of "becoming lean" may mean a company-wide transformation from current operating style. This course offers a methodology for linking the goals and metrics of a project or initiative to a company's strategic goals and metrics and provides the basis for tracking the effectiveness of lean initiatives.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921101 The Human Side of Lean A comprehensive journey into how Lean manufacturing principles lead to better results when the people, in any role, have a true appreciation for teamwork and the value of people. Experiential exercises support all learning points.

Attendees should have a basic understanding and experience of Lean principles as a prerequisite.
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Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921105 Kanban: Inventory and Demand Management This course is designed to introduce participants to another visual factory tool that helps control the levels of inventory along with establishing controls used for scheduling work center production. The course will discuss the reasons, rewards, roadblocks and challenges of using kanban signals and supermarket inventory to manage the movement and storage of material. Each participant will see the importance of synchronizing the information and material flow in the facility. Key characteristics such as lead time, takt time, inventory valuation, excessive changeover, material shortages, first time quality, and unbalanced processes will be discussed and the impact shown. The participant will be able to see the impact of continuous improvement on the material management system. This introductory class will give participants enough information to start implementing in their own facility.  English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921107 Planning Manufacturing Cells This course provides an introduction to the planning of manufacturing cells, including the physical, procedural, and personnel aspects of cellular manufacturing. It will provide participants with a systematic, step-by-step approach useful on any cell planning project, from simple manual assembly to automated machining and fabrication.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921104 Kaizen Workshop This multi-day course is designed to have the participant learn how to problem-solve in a team environment through the use of Lean thinking. Using the principles of Lean, participants will work together to plan and implement improvements to a defined topic. Scope and boundaries will be established; the team will attack the issues until resolution is implemented. Most companies do not have enough time to effectively problem-solve, so “band aid” improvements are made. In Lean, kaizen is a way to use cross-functional resources in short periods—or bursts of dedicated time—to effectively improve processes. Kaizen is an intense, well-defined event used to help organizations problem-solve with a systematic approach. The approach utilizes people in a dynamic and fast-pace environment and usually at the origin of the issue being improved. Kaizen techniques utilize many different Lean tools such as line balancing, time observations, SMED, Value Stream Mapping, 5S techniques, and DMAIC.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921110 SMED: Setup / Changeover Reduction This course is designed to help problem-solving teams learn how to identify the features of the non value-added setting up time or changeover equipment used in the manufacturing process. In today’s global market, manufacturers must be more flexible and have the ability to produce smaller quantities and deliver more quickly. They must be able to utilize equipment for as many different parts as possible. This new way of doing business is driving companies to invest in capital equipment and inflate their inventories. This course will help participants combat the impact these new demands are creating. The setups and changeovers comprise a series of steps that are performed to prepare the manufacturing process for a new part. The participant will learn how to define all of the features of a changeover and learn how to eliminate the waste. The elimination of wasteful activities will free up capacity, lower the need for inventory, reduce lead time, and help the organization become more flexible.  English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921112 Value Stream Mapping: Diagram the Information and Material Flows in Your Business A hands-on course that teaches students how to document and quantify material and information flow within their organizations. In today’ global market, time is very important. The Value Stream Mapping techniques help everyone in the organization understand lead time. Lead time encompasses the total amount of time needed to convert raw material into a final product. Most organizations cannot separate the “total time” into manageable pieces. This class will guide the participant through the process used to capture and document the current material and information flows for a given process. Value Stream Mapping techniques allow a team of problem solvers to come together and SEE the door to door process exactly the same. Each participant will visit the Gemba (shop floor) and walk the door to door process. A standard set of icons will be taught and used during this session. A comprehensive case study is used to allow students to practice drawing value stream maps using the standard set of symbols and icons. Upon completion of the value stream maps, the participant will learn to look for strategic areas that could be improved. Each improvement idea will be analyzed for the impact to the lead time. After improvement ideas are identified, each participant will generate a future state map.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921108 Six Sigma Green Belt This course teaches specific Lean Six Sigma tools, methods and techniques for performing business improvement and root cause analysis projects. Six Sigma performance benchmarking allows organizations to continuously strive towards perfection. Emotional decisions are replaced with logical fact-based decision-making tools. The Six Sigma Green Belt Team Leader is an important part of fostering a Six Sigma business culture by providing direction and vision to the team members as well as people in their organization. This ensures the team’s contributions make for a successful project. The course links Lean Six Sigma principles with team activities and people development to enhance measurable results in operational excellence and ensures a thriving business environment.  English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality921109 Six Sigma Yellow Belt Six Sigma Yellow Belt is an introduction to the Lean Six Sigma principles and methodologies, and how to apply them to your specific work environment as part of a team. In a team, the tools and techniques taught are vital to the success of a Six Sigma project, resulting in business improvement and people development.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality920100 APQP/FMEA/Control Plans/Error Proofing This workshop provides participants with fundamental knowledge and hands-on practice with the Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) process and key tools of failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA), control plans, and error proofing. Why all four topics together? APQP, FMEAs, Control Plans, and Error Proofing are all interrelated and build on each other. Training that focuses only on one of these subjects at a time cannot show how these tools work together to minimize effort, improve quality, and complete programs more quickly with less headaches before, during, and after launch.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality920101 Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) This fundamental course provides general guidelines for preparing plans and checklists for ensuring that advanced product quality planning is successfully implemented. Participants will learn the fundamentals of APQP and will be able to apply them when working with component teams. Hands-on team exercises are used throughout the course to enhance the learning process.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality920102 Design of Experiments (DOE) This course discusses the classical and Taguchi philosophies for setting up experiments. Upfront planning prior to collecting data is emphasized. Course activities provide for clear understanding of terminology, definitions and features of experimental designs. Advantages and disadvantages of specific experimental designs are described.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality920103 Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Fundamentals This course provides participants with fundamental knowledge and practice on design and process failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA). Participants will learn the purpose and benefits of FMEA, the different types of FMEAs and their focus, QS-9000 FMEA requirements and guidelines, FMEA timing and inputs, and steps required for developing FMEA. This course can be adjusted to focus solely on design or process FMEAs at the client's request.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality920104 Statistical Process Control (SPC) Fundamentals Most statistical process control (SPC) training focuses on methods rather than execution and strategy skills. The focus of this course is not on basic SPC tools, but rather on how to use these tools to the best advantage. This course maintains an instructional format with a blend of lectures, workshops, and practice problem sessions. As a result of this course, participants will acquire a good understanding of how to apply or refine SPC efforts.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational900Quality920106 Value Analysis and Value Engineering (VA/VE) Value is increased in a product or service by effecting either required function or inherent cost according to redefined formulae. This course uses participant knowledge and expertise in a cross-functional team setting to increase value-perception in current or future products. Participants will learn how to meet client requirements for comprehensive VA/VE analysis while applying the continuous improvement generated by a robust VA/VE technique.   English
OnlineFoundational580Rigging580110 Intro to Machine Rigging 110 This class covers basic rigging equipment, calculating loads, inspecting equipment, and following safety precautions.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational580Rigging580120 Rigging Equipment 120 This class covers the different kinds of equipment used in rigging, the properties of rope and chains, basic knots, hitches, and sling configurations, and fittings and end attachments.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational580Rigging580130 Lifting and Moving Equipment 130 This class covers the different kinds of lifting devices, moving equipment, and scaffolds used in rigging. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational580Rigging580210 Rigging Inspection and Safety 210 This class covers basic inspection and safety procedures for rigging equipment and lifting devices. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational580Rigging580220 Rigging Mechanics 220 This class covers the mechanical laws involved in rigging, as well as essential practices for calculating the weight of a load and determining its center of gravity. Advanced1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470110 Intro to Robotics 110 This class covers the classifications, characteristics, and functions of industrial robots as well as basic safety precautions for working with robots. Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470115 Robot Safety 115 This class covers different methods of protecting workers from industrial robot accidents.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470120 Robot Components 120 This class covers the functions and characteristics of the different components of an industrial robot.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470125 End Effectors 125 This class describes the various types of end effectors and their uses. It also explains the issue of compliance and describes how to maintain end effectors.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470130 Applications for Robots 130 This class covers the most common applications of industrial robots.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470140 Robot Axes 140 This class will describe the most common robot axes. It will explain how to understand these axes, and how they are used to control robot movement.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470150 Robot Sensors 150 This class describes the various types of sensors that provide feedback data to robots. It also explains the categories of sensors and shows how sensors are used in industrial robotics. Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470160 Robot Troubleshooting 160 In this class, you will be introduced to the troubleshooting process and will learn how to identify problems and their causes. It will also go through some problems specific to robots and identify common causes and solutions.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470170 Robot Maintenance 170 This class will teach you about the importance of maintenance, as well as the various approaches and methods used by maintenance workers today to keep industrial robots performing optimally.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470210 Concepts of Robot Programming 210 This class covers the fundamental concepts required for programming industrial robots. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470220 Robotic Drives, Hardware, and Components 220 This class describes the physical components of industrial robots. It also describes how these devices move and cause motion to perform work. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470230 Robot Installations 230 This class covers the basic steps for installing and maintaining an industrial robot.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470240 Robotic Control Systems 240 In this class, you will learn about the basic types control systems. You will also learn about the effects of PID control in closed-loop control systems and how to tune your system in order to achieve the desired performance.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470250 Vision Systems 250 This class describes how vision systems work and how they are used for industry. It also describes concerns with mounting cameras and lighting.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics470260 Industrial Network Integration 260 This class describes common ways networks are used for manufacturing. It also describes practical network concerns and indentifies some of the technology used to make industrial networks function correctly. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMaintenance470Robotics912160 Automated Systems and Control 135 This class identifies common methods of industrial automation. It describes the available technologies and explains how they are applied in manufacturing. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety850165 Metalworking Fluid Safety 165 This class explains the health and safety risks inherent to working with metalworking fluids and also describes safe practices that help to reduce metalworking fluid exposure.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160010 Intro to OSHA 101 "Intro to OSHA" provides an introduction to the purpose of OSHA and how its standards and guidelines affect employers and employees. Most U.S. workplaces are covered by OSHA, and its existence has greatly improved workplace safety. Some industries are not covered by OSHA, however, and some states have safety programs that take the place of OSHA. OSHA standards are enforceable by law. Compliance with OSHA standards is enforced by inspections and record keeping, which have specific steps and requirements. Employers and employees have different rights and responsibilities regarding OSHA standards.

Both employers and employees benefit from basic knowledge about OSHA's purpose, standards, and practices. Violations of OSHA standards are punishable by law and render the workplace unsafe for all personnel. A basic awareness of the standards, rights, and responsibilities will help employees to bolster workplace safety as well as keep the workplace legally compliant.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850100 Intro to OSHA 100 This class covers the goals and purposes of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, including its standards, programs, and interactions with employers and employees.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160080 Ergonomics 102 The class "Ergonomics" provides an overview of the science of ergonomics and its application in the workplace. Ergonomic hazards may be present in any work environment, and are a common safety risk. Not all ergonomic risks are apparent, but they can still cause musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Vibration, poor posture or positioning, and repetitive motion are common ergonomic hazards, though back injuries are the most common workplace injuries. The majority of work-related back injuries are caused by unsafe lifting techniques. Even computer tasks can cause MSDs over time. Ergonomic solutions should be tailored to the individual employee performing the job or task.

Ergonomic programs are an effective way for any employer to increase employee safety, decrease injury and illness, reduce sick time, boost employee morale, and reduce turnover rates. Implementing proper ergonomics in the workplace increases productivity and reduces the cost of sick leave and new employee training.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety160020 Personal Protective Equipment 111 The class “Personal Protective Equipment” introduces the purpose and uses of personal protective equipment (PPE). As defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), PPE minimizes exposure to hazards and helps prevent injury. In order to select appropriate PPE, employers must first evaluate the workplace with a hazard assessment. PPE may be categorized by the area of the body it protects. PPE is available in several types, designs, and materials. Every employer is responsible for providing the appropriate PPE for workers who require it, and it is every employee's responsibility to properly wear and use PPE. OSHA does not often specify which types of PPE should be worn, but requires that employers train each employee in proper use and retrain when PPE changes or if PPE is used improperly. After taking this class, users should be able to describe OSHA regulations regarding personal protective equipment and how they impact day-to-day operations in the workplace.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety850120 Personal Protective Equipment 120 This class addresses personal protective equipment requirements from OSHA and includes information about hazard assessments, PPE selection, and standards that govern PPE. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160025 Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation 121 In the class "Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation," students will learn about the effects of sound and noise on the body and how to protect themselves from related injuries. Occupational hearing loss is preventable through hearing conservation.

The two main types of hearing loss are conductive hearing loss and sensorineural hearing loss. Hearing loss may be caused by excess noise, hereditary factors, certain drugs, or illnesses. When excessive noise is present, employees must be provided with hearing protection. Using proper hearing protection will help ensure that ears remain capable of detecting important and subtle sound changes.

Students enrolled in this course will learn various ways to protect their hearing and why preventative measures should be taken to avoid hearing damage. They will be able to describe OSHA regulations regarding noise levels and hearing conservation and the impact had on daily operations in the workplace.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850170 Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation 170 This class explains the causes of hearing damage and describes how to avoid exposure to excessive noise.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160030 Respiratory Safety 131 “Respiratory Safety” details the appropriate types and use of breathing equipment for various airborne hazards. There are two common types of breathing equipment: air-purifying respirators and atmosphere-supplying respirators. Employees who require breathing equipment must undergo a medical evaluation and fit-testing. OSHA requires employers to provide employees who require breathing equipment with clean respirators in good condition, and comprehensive, understandable training. Employees must be able to demonstrate their knowledge of and ability to use respirators prior to ever wearing one.

Training on the use and importance of respirators is crucial to doing safe and effective work and reduces accidents, injuries, and lost work hours. After taking this class, users will be able to describe OSHA regulations and best practices for using respiratory equipment, along with environments that require this equipment.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety850195 Respiratory Safety 195 This class covers the most common types of respirators and includes information about fit testing, medical evaluation, and training for employees. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160040 Lockout/Tagout Procedures 141 "Lockout/Tagout Procedures" details the OSHA requirements and best practices for preventing accidental startup during maintenance and repair. It addresses electrical power and the many other forms of energy that a machine or device may use. All forms of energy must be successfully restrained or dissipated in order for safe maintenance. "Lockout/Tagout Procedures" describes using a lockout device that prevents unauthorized access of the energy-isolating mechanism. OSHA has strict requirements for lockout and tagout devices, which must be standardized, easily recognized warning signs. Users will learn OSHA's specific steps for all parts of the control of hazardous energy, from shutdown to startup, including defining authorized vs. affected employees.

Following proper lockout/tagout procedures is essential to preventing employee injuries and fatalities. All employees must be familiar with lockout/tagout in order to prevent the dangers of accidental machine startup.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850130 Lockout/Tagout Procedures 130 This class covers lockout/tagout requirements and procedures and includes an explanation of employees' roles during lockout/tagout. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety850140 Machine Guarding 140 This class covers basic machine guarding practices and devices and includes information on hazardous machine components, motions, and actions.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160045 SDS and Hazard Communication 151 "SDS and Hazard Communication" focuses on communication methods about hazardous workplace substances and how they increase employee awareness and safety. Education, labeling, data collection, testing, and other communication methods detail the dangers of specific chemicals and offer methods of protection from physical and health hazards. OSHA requires that employers establish a written hazard communication program to communicate employee responsibilities, standard implementation, chemical hazards, and safety measures. Hazard communication programs must include a chemical inventory, specific labeling, SDS for each individual chemical, and training.

After taking this class, users will be able to describe OSHA regulations regarding hazardous materials and SDS and their impact on daily workplace operations. Understanding these regulations is critical in maintaining workplace safety and efficient operation.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850160 SDS and Hazard Communication 160 This class covers different types of chemical hazards, standards for hazardous chemicals, and how information about chemical hazards reaches the employee, including through SDS. This class reflects the latest Hazard Communication Standards aligned with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS).Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160050 Bloodborne Pathogens 161 The class “Bloodborne Pathogens” explains the nature of common bloodborne pathogens and how to handle exposure in the workplace. A bloodborne pathogen is a microorganism present in human blood that can cause disease. Common pathogens include HIV, which causes AIDS, HBV, which causes hepatitis B, and HCV, which causes hepatitis C. Exposure to blood can occur in the workplace through work-related tasks and procedures, through accidents, or by administering first aid. To avoid exposure, workers should observe the universal precautions recommended by the CDC. Employers are required by OSHA to implement controls to minimize exposures in the workplace.

Employees who understand how to protect themselves from bloodborne pathogen exposure make the workplace safer for everyone and benefit their employer. After taking this class, users should be able to describe OSHA regulations regarding bloodborne pathogens and how they impact day-to-day operations in the workplace.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850115 Bloodborne Pathogens 115 This class addresses how bloodborne pathogens are transmitted and includes information on preventive measures and procedures for exposure in the manufacturing workplace.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160060 Walking and Working Surfaces 171 "Walking and Working Surfaces" will inform employees of the ways they can decrease the risks of injury and death regarding walking and working surfaces by following the guidelines as provided by OSHA. Hazards exist when people or objects may fall from one level to another through various openings such as floor and wall openings, floor and wall holes, platforms, or runways. All openings must be guarded by devices such as railings, covers, and toeboards. Standards regarding the construction, dimension, and usage of stairs, ladders, scaffolding, and manually propelled ladder stands are also set by OSHA. Failing to use and maintain walking and working surfaces correctly can result in serious injury. After taking this course, employees will be able to describe OSHA regulations covering safe practices with walking and working surfaces and how following those regulations will positively impact daily operations in the workplace.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety850180 Walking and Working Surfaces 180 This class covers the requirements necessary to ensure the safety of typical walking and working surfaces such as platforms, stairs, ladders, and scaffolds. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160070 Fire Safety and Prevention 181 The class “Fire Safety and Prevention” examines common workplace fire safety procedures. Fires, no matter how small, should be reported immediately. Buildings are equipped with extinguishing systems that actuate an alarm and discharge an extinguishing agent to control advanced stage fires. Portable fire extinguishers are available for extinguishing incipient stage fires using the P.A.S.S. technique. Employees not authorized to fight the fire should evacuate immediately. Employers should create an emergency action plan that dictates the procedures to be carried out in the event of an emergency. In the event of a fire, employees should stay calm, follow procedures, and go directly to assembly areas. Employers must account for all employees and provide first aid until medical services arrive. After taking this class, users will be able to describe OSHA regulations regarding fire safety and how they impact day-to-day operations in the workplace.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety850110 Fire Safety and Prevention 110 This class addresses OSHA fire safety and prevention measures and describes emergency action plans, fire prevention plans, fire detectors and alarms, and fire extinguishing equipment. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160075 Flammable/Combustible Liquids 191 “Flammable and Combustible Liquids” describes procedures required to safely handle, store, and dispose of dangerous liquids. Flammable and combustible liquids are divided into different categories or classifications based on properties such as flash and boiling points. Anyone who must handle or transfer these liquids must take precautions such as bonding and grounding to prevent accidental ignition. OSHA requires proper hazard communication and written procedures for any process involving flammable and combustible liquids, and details various standards for methods of storage, transfer, and safe disposal.

Proper handling, storing, and disposing of flammable and combustible liquids prevents costly and potentially deadly fires in the workplace. "Flammable and Combustible Liquids" provides users with information on liquid hazards as well as safe methods of storage, handling, transfer, use, and disposal.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850155 Flammable/Combustible Liquids 155 This class describes the hazards associated with flammable and combustible liquids and explains proper methods for safe storage, handling, and transferring of these liquids.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160110 Hand and Power Tool Safety 201 The class “Hand and Power Tool Safety” provides guidelines for the safe use of common hand and power tools. Employees should never remove any safety guards from a tool’s point of operation unless authorized. Tools must be regularly cleaned and maintained, and all blades must be kept sharp. The worksite must be kept organized, clean, and dry. All tool applications require PPE, including eye and other protection. Before working, employees must consult the owner's manual and be familiar with how the tool functions. Employees must also use the right tool for the job and follow the work practices that are specific to each type of tool.

When employees use proper safety guidelines when handling hand and power tools, their employers benefit from reduced accidents on the job and lowered costs caused by work-related injuries. Safe handling of tools also increases work quality. After taking this class, users should be able to describe the safe use and care of hand and power tools.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850145 Hand and Power Tool Safety 145 This class covers general safety guidelines for using hand and power tools as regulated by OSHA.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160120 Safety for Lifting Devices 211 "Safety for Lifting Devices" covers the different pieces of lifting equipment that may be used in the workplace and the safest ways to work with those pieces of equipment. Overhead cranes and hoists are used for lifting heavy loads. Other lifting devices include slings, portable lifting stands, gantry cranes, and derricks. Extra equipment is necessary to secure loads to lifting devices. This equipment must be inspected daily for excessive wear and damage. Understanding how to maintain and operate lifting devices will allow future operators and employers to work with lifting devices safely and effectively. After taking this class, students will be able to describe the proper steps necessary to safely lift and transport materials within the work environment.Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety850135 Safety for Lifting Devices 135 This class addresses lifting device and equipment safety requirements from OSHA and surveys lifting devices and equipment commonly used for material handling, inspections, and testing.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160130 Powered Industrial Truck Safety 221 "Powered Industrial Truck Safety" provides an overview of safety topics related to forklifts and other PITs. OSHA has many standards surrounding the use of PITs in the workplace for operators, non-operators, attended vehicles, and unattended vehicles. OSHA also has detailed training requirements for PIT operators. To safely operate a PIT, operators must understand basic principles of stability, including the concepts of a fulcrum and centers of gravity. Operators must also be aware of the weight and shape of loads and what individual vehicles are capable of handling.

Powered industrial trucks are a common source of workplace accidents, so a strong knowledge of how to safely operate and work with PITs is crucial for any environment where they are used. PIT accidents can lead to property and inventory damage as well as employee injury. Operators should know how to avoid OSHA violations and how to handle a load without tipping the vehicle.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850210 Powered Industrial Truck Safety 210 This class covers different types of powered industrial trucks, such as forklifts, and includes guidelines for use, training requirements, and stability principles. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160140 Confined Spaces 231 The class “Confined Spaces” explains the OSHA requirements pertaining to confined spaces. A confined space has limited means of entry or exit and is not designed for continuous occupancy. Confined space hazards are caused by the material in the confined space, the activity carried out in the space, and the external environment. OSHA requires a permit for entering any confined space with an additional hazard.

Confined spaces pose a safety hazard for employees. Employers must develop a written permit-required confined space program and train and certify all permit space entrants. Training should discuss the specific types of confined spaces and hazards employees will encounter at their worksite. Entrants must wear proper PPE and use specialized equipment that does not cause additional hazards.

After taking this class, the user should be able to describe OSHA regulations and best practices for performing work safely in a confined space.
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OnlineFoundational850Safety850190 Confined Spaces 190 This class covers different types of confined spaces and the hazards they present, the roles and responsibilities of employers and employees, and proper work practices and safety precautions for confined spaces. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety160150 Environmental Safety Hazards 241 “Environmental Safety Hazards” details the risks of chemical, biological, physical, and ergonomic hazards in the work environment. Hazard exposure can cause injury and illness, causing short- and long-term effects. Many hazards can be detected using the senses, but special equipment is sometimes necessary. There are many forms of hazard communication, including SDS. Using PPE diminishes risks posed by exposure to environmental hazards. There are government agencies that help assure employees’ safety by creating standards and legislation and studying hazards. However, the employer is ultimately responsible for providing a safe and hazard-free environment. Awareness of environmental safety hazards can prevent employee injury, reducing time off and workplace accident rates. After taking this course, users will be able to identify various hazards in the workplace and their possible effects on the human body.Intermediate2.0English
OnlineFoundational850Safety850150 Environmental Safety Hazards 150 This class explains the different types and levels of environmental hazards in the workplace and how employees may be exposed to these hazards. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120010 Math Fundamentals 101 The class "Math Fundamentals" covers basic arithmetic operations, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Additionally, it introduces the concept of negative numbers and integers. The class concludes with an overview of the order of operations and grouping symbols.

Basic mathematical operations are the foundations upon which all math relies. Mastery of these foundational tasks will ease a student into more complicated mathematics, such as algebra and geometry, both of which are commonly used in a variety of manufacturing environments.
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OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800100 Math: Fundamentals 100 This class explains how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide to solve a problem following the correct order of operations.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120015 Math: Fractions and Decimals 111 "Math: Fractions and Decimals" provides the methods used to perform basic mathematical operations using fractions, decimals, and percentages. The class covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with fractions and decimals. It also discusses conversions between fractions, decimals, mixed numbers, and improper fractions.

Almost any manufacturing print uses fractions and decimals in its measurements. Knowing how to handle these numbers and convert between them is an essential part of the basic skills needed to work in a manufacturing environment.
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OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800105 Math: Fractions and Decimals 105 This class explains how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and decimals, as well as how to convert these numbers to percentages.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)912110 Applied and Engineering Sciences 110 This class provides an overview of the key concepts of physics and works through practical mathematic application. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120020 Units of Measurement 112 The class “Units of Measurement” provides a thorough explanation of the English and Metric systems and how conversion between them occurs. The common base units of measurement are length, area, volume, mass, and temperature. The English system uses inches, feet, yards, and miles to measure length, while the Metric system uses the meter, millimeter, centimeter, and kilometer. Metric conversion requires simply knowing the equivalent number of units and moving the decimal point accordingly. When converting between Metric and English units, use a reference chart, multiply, or divide, depending on the conversion. Units of measurement are used every day in a production environment. Converting between units is often required, especially for businesses dealing internationally. After taking this class, users should be able to perform calculations involving common English units, metric units, and conversions between the two systems.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800115 Math: Units of Measurement 115 This class addresses common units of measurement used in manufacturing and explains how to convert from one unit of measurement to another. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800120 Basics of Tolerance 120 This class explains the purpose of tolerances in manufacturing and describes how these tolerances are specified. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)912120 Manufacturing Process Applications: Part I 124 This class introduces common metal shaping operations, including sheet and bulk metal processes, extrusion, forging, casting, and powder metallurgy.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)912125 Manufacturing Process Applications: Part II 125 This class will introduce you to common finishing and coating processes, printed circuit board fabrication, and common material handling methods.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800130 Blueprint Reading 130 This class identifies the information communicated on a blueprint with emphasis on interpreting the part drawing. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120050 Algebra Fundamentals 141 “Math: Algebra Fundamentals” provides a detailed overview of the basics of algebra, including the operations needed to solve a single variable equation. Basic algebra is used constantly in manufacturing, from the production floor to the accounting department.

Any time a number is unknown, algebra can be used to determine that missing value. Although algebra uses the same basic operations as other mathematics, there are several new operations used to find missing variables in problems. After taking this class, users will be able to simplify, factor, and balance basic equations, as well as calculate for missing values in equations with only one variable. The user will also be able to use algebra to create an equation based on a simple story problem.
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OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800200 Shop Algebra Overview 200 This class explains basic principles of algebra and demonstrates how to solve equations containing multiple operations.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120060 Geometry: Lines and Angles 151 The class Geometry: Lines and Angles discusses the basic building blocks of all geometry: the line and the angle. Every print used in manufacturing is composed of lines and angles which must be interpreted to manufacture the depicted part. Though part geometry can be incredibly complex, all geometric prints can be broken down into simpler lines and angles. The relationships between the various angles formed when lines intersect can be used to solve geometry problems and interpret blueprints. An understanding of lines and angles is fundamental to learning and applying geometry as well as trigonometry and calculus. After taking this class, users should have a grasp on the types of lines and angles used in geometry, the angles that are formed by intersecting lines, and tranversals. An understanding of the basics of geometry is necessary in various fields including inspection, part program applications, and other important areas of manufacturing.Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800170 Shop Geometry Overview 170 This class presents a general overview and refresher for the the most common rules of geometry.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800155 Geometry: Lines and Angles 155 This class describes the properties of lines and angles and demonstrates how they are used to solve sample part drawings. Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120063 Geometry: Triangles 161 The class "Geometry: Triangles" discusses triangles and the specific mathematical operations unique to them. While the triangle is a very basic shape, it can be found as a part of more complex shapes. Triangles are often used as the basic shapes that compose three-dimensional CAD designs. Right triangles also form the basis of trigonometry. Since triangles are so commonly used, an understanding of the types of triangles and the methods for calculating missing information from them is essential to users.

After taking this class, users will be able to categorize triangles by their sides and angles, calculate missing angles based on the measurements of other angles, and determine the area of a triangle.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800165 Geometry: Triangles 165 This class describes the properties of the various types of triangles and demonstrates how they are used to solve sample part drawings.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120065 Geometry: Circles and Polygons 171 "Geometry: Circles and Polygons" covers the specifics of geometry involving circles and polygons with any number of sides. The class includes a discussion on the internal angles of a circle as well as the method to calculate the circumference and area of a circle. Additionally, this class covers the calculation of missing angles in any polygon

Circles and polygons, along with triangles, are the basic building blocks of any geometric figure. Knowledge of the calculations and uses of circles and polygons can prove useful when working with prints in any number of manufacturing capacities.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800185 Geometry: Circles and Polygons 185 This class explains basic circle and polygon geometry and how their features are used to find dimensions in sample shop drawings.Beginner1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120070 Trigonometry: The Pythagorean Theorem 201 “Trigonometry: The Pythagorean Theorem” provides an explanation of the Pythagorean theorem and how it is used to solve various math problems involving and using right triangles. The class covers the use of powers and roots and the process that is used to solve for unknown dimensions on blueprints.

The Pythagorean theorem is used to solve for the lengths of sides of right triangles. To find missing measurements in a print with a right angle, manufacturers can find or create right triangles and use the Pythagorean theorem. After taking this class, users will be able to use the Pythagorean theorem to calculate missing lengths in right triangles and solve for missing dimensions on various types of blueprints by utilizing right triangles where appropriate.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800210 Shop Trig Overview 210 This class presents a general overview and refresher for the rules of trigonometry.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800205 Trig: Pythagorean Theorem 205 This class introduces the Pythagorean theorem and explains how to apply this rule to find unknown information in sample part drawings.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120073 Trigonometry: Sine, Cosine, Tangent 211 The class "Trigonometry: Sine, Cosine, and Tangent" discusses the three basic ratios that are the basis for trigonometry. Trigonometry is based on the specific relationships between the sides and angles of right triangles. Using trigonometry, a person can determine the missing angle and side measurements of a right triangle based on the information present in a drawing. Although solving trigonometric ratios often requires a calculator, users must know which ratios to apply to a particular problem and how to calculate them. In situations where parts are being manufactured, this knowledge is crucial to effective production of parts that require specific dimensions and angles.

After taking this class, a user should be able to define the various trigonometric ratios, and use them to solve various problems, including calculating a taper angle on a print.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800215 Trig: Sine, Cosine, and Tangent 215 This class explains how to use sine, cosine, and tangent to find information about the sides and angles of right triangles in sample shop prints.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120075 Trigonometry: Sine Bar Applications 221 “Trigonometry: Sine Bar Applications” discusses sine bars and the trigonometry required to use them. Sine bars are used when an angle needs to be machined, measured, or inspected. Sine bars are used with gage blocks to set a workpiece at an angle. To find the necessary measurements for the gage blocks or the sine bar angle, trigonometric ratios are used. These ratios include sine, cosine, and tangent. Gage pins are sometimes used with sine bars and gage blocks to increase the range of measurements.

After taking this class, a user should be able to make the necessary calculations for setting up a specific workpiece angle using a sine bar.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800225 Trig: Sine Bar Applications 225 This class explains how to use the sine bar for machining and inspection purposes and explains step-by-step examples for using trig ratios and the sine bar to find missing information.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)120080 Statistics 231 “Statistics” provides a good overview of the various terms and methods commonly used for statistical analysis. In modern manufacturing, statistics are used as part of continuous improvement methods to analyze the data gathered during inspections to determine the quality of a product and examine the processes used to make it.

Every person in a manufacturing environment should have an awareness of what statistical terminology and be able to use statistical concepts in the workplace. After taking this class, a user will be able to calculate the mean, median, and mode for a set of data. The user will also be able to explain the difference between natural and unnatural variation, the use histograms and bell curves, and the meaning of standard deviation.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800220 Statistics 220 This class covers the main concepts of statistics and relates these concepts to shop situations.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800230 Interpreting Blueprints 230 This class provides an overview of common features found in prints and describes how to properly inspect them. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)800310 Concepts of Calculus 310 This class covers the basic concepts of calculus.Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)915103 GD&T This course provides the basis for defining and applying the industry-accepted design/engineering language. Implementation of GD&T will improve communication among designers, manufacturing engineers, and quality control inspectors, resulting in accurate use and interpretation of engineering part drawings. Through examination of the ASME Y14.5M-1994 standard, group exercises, and group discussion, participants will develop the ability to relate drawing requirements to actual part function and inspect parts defined by GD&T.  English
Instructor-LedFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)915104 GD&T Overview Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) is a three-dimensional international engineering language used by design, production, and engineering staff. Proper interpretation and application of the language may mean the difference between quality products with excellent cycle time or defective products and extended time to market. This course will provide an overview on the general concepts of GD&T, the benefits of its use, and the cost of implementation.   English
Instructor-LedFoundational800Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)915102 GD&T for DFM This course will show how a product's functional requirements are converted into designs that have the highest level of functionality, manufacturability, and assembly, but at the lowest cost. This will be accomplished by integrating many different support tools, the most important of which is geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T).   English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes660Soldering660110 What Is Soldering? 110 This class provides an overview of the basic tools and components used for soldering, briefly explores the importance of soldering to the electronics industry, and covers basic procedures for soldering preparation, safety, and cleanup. Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes660Soldering660115 Safety for Soldering 115 This class describes common safety hazards and precautions for soldering applications. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes660Soldering660130 Soldering Equipment 130 This class provides an introduction to basic soldering equipment selection, including safety equipment.Beginner1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes660Soldering660200 Soldering Applications 200 This class describes essential skills for proper hand soldering and also explains how to inspect a finished joint and rework or repair a bad joint. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes660Soldering660210 Solder and Flux Selection 210 This class describes various types of solder and flux and discusses how to select them for particular applications.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes660Soldering660220 Soldering PCBs 220 This class covers how to create and repair printed circuit assemblies by soldering and desoldering various types of electronic components on printed circuit boards (PCBs).Intermediate1.0English
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes660Soldering660230 Lead-Free Soldering 230 This class covers the specific characteristics, flux requirements, and thermal profile of lead-free solders, as well as the proper techniques to apply when using these new solder materials. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400110 Press Basics 110 This class introduces common stamping presses, as well as their main components and functions.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400115 Stamping Safety 115 This class describes general safety practices that all people in the shop must observe during a press operation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400120 Punch and Die Operations 120 This class introduces the common sheet metal operations performed with the help of dies and presses. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400130 Die Components 130 This class introduces dies, their main components and function within a press.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400140 Coil Handling Equipment 140 This class describes the equipment used in a coil-fed press line and explains general coil line arrangements.Beginner1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400200 Die Cutting Variables 200 This class describes the steps that take place during a cutting operation and shows how clearance impacts the cutting process. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400220 Monitoring Press Operations 220 This class describes how to use the basic controls on a typical press and explains how a press operator monitors the press operation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400230 Guiding System Components 230 This class describes common guiding system components used in die sets, as well as their advantages and disadvantages.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400235 Stripper System Components 235 The class describes the major types of strippers and springs used in die sets, as well as their advantages and disadvantages.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400250 Coil Loading Procedures 250 This class explains how to properly handle and load coil onto the uncoiler, as well as describes how to thread the straightener and feed coil stock into the die area.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping400300 Die Setting Procedures 300 This class describes how to change a die and explains proper setup procedures for die setting.Advanced1.0English
Instructor-LedStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping918100 Coil Slitting Fundamentals This course provides a basic overview of coil processing with an in-depth look at the specific slitting process. The focus is on slitting for light, medium, and heavy gauge steel (steel gauge ranging from: .015 to .625). In addition to the technical areas, the course addresses important day-to-day work issues such as teamwork, increasing productivity through increasing uptime, and quality as it relates to coil slitting.   English
Instructor-LedStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping918101 Coil Slitting & Leveling Certificate Program This certificate program will provide a comprehensive overview of the coil slitting and leveling process with an in-depth look at techniques and practices that are sure to enhance your coil processing operations. You will see several operational features that, if included on your lines, could dramatically improve product quality and productivity.   English
Instructor-LedStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping918105 Laser Cutting Certificate Program This program builds on fundamental knowledge of CNC operations and part design for CO2 laser cutting. Attendees will apply this information in a uniquely designed interactive and hands-on demonstration optimizing the operation of a CNC laser cutting machine. Safety and ISO standards are included in this program, and each attendee will learn how to work in compliance with the parameters of CNC laser cutting machines.   English
Instructor-LedStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping918107 Metal Formability Certificate Program This program provides a basic overview of the metal formability process with an in-depth look at techniques and practices that are sure to enhance your operations.   English
Instructor-LedStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping918108 Metal Stamping Press Maintenance Certificate Program This program provides a basic overview of the metal stamping press maintenance process with an in-depth look at techniques and practices that are sure to enhance your press operation. You will be shown several tools that if included in your press program could dramatically improve product quality and productivity.  English
Instructor-LedStamping / Forming / Fabricating400Stamping918115 Stamping Die Certificate Program This program tackles critical design features and concepts that, when properly implemented, will increase productivity, increase, profit margins and reduce downtime. This comprehensive program is comparable to a stamping die roadmap systematically leading participants from the fundamentals of dies through more advanced principles on die design, estimating and processing, troubleshooting and evaluation while providing proven "guidelines to success" along the way.   English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials912180 Manufacturing Management 180 This class is an introduction to management for CMfgT. It covers a number of management topics, including project planning, organizational design, theories of leadership and labor relations.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials912190 Personal Effectiveness 190 This class introduces the importance of effective communication and the various forms and mediums of communication in the workplace. The need for encouraging creativity, innovation, and the importance of knowledge and learning in the 21st century workplace is also described. Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950110 Essentials of Leadership 110 This class describes the basic responsibilities of a leader and gives helpful ideas about how to gain the respect and trust of others. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950120 Essentials of Communication 120 This class describes key types of communication and common roadblocks to communication, as well as how to use effective communication as a tool to help build teamwork and manage conflict. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950130 Managing Performance: Best Practices 130 This class covers the various aspects of performance management as well as strategies for motivating employees. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950135 Managing Performance: Corrective Actions 135 This class covers how to address employee performance issues, as well as the basic practices for employee termination. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950140 Basics of Manufacturing Costs 140 This class describes the basic costs associated with manufacturing and how these costs are typically controlled.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950145 Intro to Managerial Accounting 145 This class explains the basics of managerial accounting and how this information helps a manager make informed decisions.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950150 Conflict Resolution Principles 150 This class covers the basic steps that a manager can take to resolve conflicts in the workplace and help ensure that the same conflicts do not return. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950155 Conflict Resolution for Different Groups 155 This class describes a variety of situations in which a conflict may occur and offers advice for the best approaches to dealing with those conflicts. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950160 Team Leadership 160 This class teaches the basics of effectively leading a team, including picking team members and resolving conflicts. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950210 Managing the Diverse Workplace 210 This class describes the issues surrounding diversity in the modern workplace, as well as describing some employer responsibilities in regards to diversity management. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950215 Harassment and Discrimination 215 This class covers how to identify and prevent harassment and discrimination in a diverse workplace, as well as some basic Federal laws that protect workers from harassment and discrimination. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineLeadership950Supervisor Essentials950230 Performance Management and the Law 230 This class covers the basic Federal employment laws that apply to manufacturing. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916100 Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Certificate Program This program will provide a comprehensive overview of the maintenance process with an in-depth look at techniques and practices that are sure to enhance the reliability of your manufacturing operations. Topics will include Lean Maintenance Reliability, a CMMS Overview, and how to justify, evaluate, select, implement and optimize your CMMS. You will increase your depth of knowledge beyond a fundamental understanding of the CMMS process and learn how you can dramatically improve maintenance efficiency and productivity.  English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916101 Cycle Time Management/Reengineering Recognizing that all work within the organizational structure is by definition a process, cycle time management—often referred to as reengineering—provides the framework to reassess each process step to determine its value in satisfying the customer. This course uses mapping techniques inherent within process and cycle time management methodologies to assist participants to uncover their baseline of present-day business operations, and the cycle time, effectiveness, and degree of waste of those processes. The result is typically a 40-50 percent reduction in waste and cycle time.   English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916102 Global Supply Chain Management The course focuses on presentation of material, with concurrent questions & answers and group discussion of the various topics.   English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916103 How to Coach Your People to Think Independently Participants will learn the alternative and highly effective new way to implement teams in their organization. Participants will learn surprising facts about why teams fail and how to jump-start a team. The instructor will discuss personal experiences in establishing teams and eventual results including cutting lead time from three days to ten hours, reducing defects by 78%, and improving productivity by 31%. Most strikingly, morale (measured by corporate surveys) improved by 210%!   English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916104 Industrial Engineering Fundamentals This course teaches participants how to apply work measurement analysis tools, how to efficiently plan and lay out a manufacturing operation, and how to improve manufacturing processes through method engineering principles. The continually changing role of the industrial engineer will be explored. Participants will learn how to use new engineering tools to improve productivity and efficiency.   English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916105 Manufacturing Technology Fundamentals The purpose of this course is to provide an overall introduction and review of manufacturing processes, equipment, and process capabilities, with a strong emphasis on product design, material, process, and equipment selection. Major issues in modern manufacturing and global competition will also be discussed. Non-engineers who work in a manufacturing environment will benefit from understanding how a product is manufactured.   English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916106 Strategic Project Management This highly interactive program examines how to develop critical project management skills. The emphasis is on real-world, practical applications developed through years of hands-on experience in world-class multinational organizations. The techniques are proven; the approach is sound; and the results are measurable.  English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916107 Project Risk Management This course arms project managers with the essential knowledge, skills, and tools to effectively manage and even predict the effects of risks on the project. The project manager must accept the fact that risks exist and learn to deal with them effectively. For every project, the benefits of the project must be weighed against the potential risks to both the customer and to the project manager's own organization. In today's business climate, both senior management and the customer have become increasingly adverse to risk, particularly risks imposed without an offsetting benefit or value.   English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916108 Rapid and Accurate Cost Estimating and Quoting The ability to perform rapid, accurate, and consistent manufacturing cost estimating and quoting can be a significant competitive weapon. In this course, you will learn how to drastically reduce lead-times (by 80% or more) in responding to requests-for-quotation by employing quick response estimating methodologies and office processes. Manufacturing cost estimating for both modified-standard products and custom-made products (ranging from single components to large equipment) will be addressed. Examples relating to manufacturing processes such as machining, sheet metal fabrication, tube bending, welding, sand castings, die castings, wood working, and mechanical assembly will be discussed.   English
Instructor-LedLeadership950Supervisor Essentials916109 Walking the Talk Certificate Series Employees with the best tactical skills make the best managers! How often have we heard that, and found it to be untrue? The truth is, there is a significant difference between being an excellent individual contributor and in being an excellent leader.

Leadership and management skills do not come naturally in all but a few cases, but rather must be learned. Certainly, an individual may have some of the basic natural talents to be a good leader, but many of the nuances of effective management must be learned either through experience or from someone who has made the transition into management from a technical or operational position. In either case, there is a learning process. And that’s exactly what this seminar is all about…learning to make the transition into management from someone who has made the transition into middle management from a technical position, and then on into executive management positions.
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OnlineWelding650Welding650100 What Is Oxyfuel Welding? 100 This class describes the basic concepts of oxyfuel welding, including what equipment and gases are needed to weld. Also, it describes the various other processes that an oxyfuel torch may be used for.Beginner1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650105 Oxyfuel Welding Safety 105 This class covers the basic safety procedures for handling oxyfuel welding equipment, including personal protective equipment, ventilation, and fire safety.Beginner1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640010 Welding Safety Essentials 101 The class “Welding Safety Essentials” provides a broad overview of safety topics for various welding processes. The course describes general safety practices, such as electrical, fire, cylinder, and fume safety, that welders must follow. The class also provides an overview of guideline-setting organizations, such as OSHA and ANSI.

Preventing accidents is crucial to any welder or welding organization. Safety issues endanger personnel, reduce quality and productivity, and harm the performance of any organization. After taking “Welding Safety Essentials,” welders will be prepared to follow welding safety guidelines and will be informed about safety standards important to the welding industry, allowing for a productive workplace.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650115 Arc Welding Safety 115 This class describes general safety practices that all welders must follow during arc welding procedures. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640020 PPE for Welding 111 “PPE for Welding” introduces the purpose and uses of personal protective equipment (PPE) for welders. Welding hazards include electric shock, fume and gas exposure, arc radiation, and fire and explosion. Welders are most likely to sustain burns to the skin or eyes. OSHA and ANSI issue standards for PPE. To prevent injury, welders should wear appropriate PPE to cover all exposed skin, including safety glasses or goggles, a welding helmet, hearing protection, welding gloves, and leather high-top shoes. Welding PPE should be fire resistant, protect the eyes from harmful light, fit comfortably, and provide adequate protection. Employers must train employees in proper PPE use and complete a hazard assessment.

Proper PPE not only protects workers from injury, but helps prevent productivity loss due to sick time and ensures that workplaces are OSHA compliant. After taking this class, users should be able to describe the PPE necessary to perform welding operations safely.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640030 Welding Fumes and Gases Safety 121 The class “Welding Fumes and Gases Safety” helps students to understand the dangers of fume and gas generation in welding. The fume plume, a visible cloud of smoke rising from the molten metal, consists of complex metallic oxides and particles formed from the consumable and base metal. Shielding gases used in welding may also produce potentially harmful fumes. Exposure to fumes can be managed through engineering controls, ventilation, proper PPE, and adherence to exposure limits set by OSHA or other organizations. After taking this class, the student will understand the potential dangers of welding fumes and gases, as well as the acute and chronic symptoms that may develop after overexposure. This class discusses how workplace practices and engineering controls can be used to control exposure, in addition to following Permissible Exposure Limits and using air-supplied respirators when necessary.Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640040 Electrical Safety for Welding 131 “Electrical Safety for Welding” introduces users to the electrical hazards of arc welding and methods of reducing them. Arc welding requires a live electrical circuit, which presents several potential safety hazards. Electricity can cause burns, fires, and electric shock. There are two types of electric shock: primary voltage shock and secondary voltage shock. To prevent the risks associated with electricity, welders must make sure equipment is properly installed, grounded, and maintained. Welders must also use the necessary PPE and insulation to prevent injury.

After taking this class, users will have a good understanding of the major safety hazards associated with electricity and precautions that minimize these risks. This knowledge allows users to work more safely and effectively with electrical equipment, which is required for all arc welding processes.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640060 Introduction to Welding 141 “Introduction to Welding” provides the foundational understanding of welding and welding processes on top of which process-specific knowledge and a more comprehensive understanding of welding in general is built. The class introduces the different welding processes as well as their general attributes and applications. In addition, it reviews joint and weld types, covers measurements which pertain to welding, discusses welding procedure specifications, and, finally, gives the user information on emerging welding practices and their effect on the practice of welding and the economy.

“Introduction to Welding” builds foundational knowledge necessary for the educational development of any welder. Moreover, it exposes the user to conceptual ideas of welding theory and less-common welding practices such as laser welding.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650110 What Is Arc Welding? 110 This class introduces the advantages of arc welding as a joining process and explains the fundamentals of arc welding.Beginner1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640070 Introduction to Welding Processes 151 “Introduction to Welding Processes” provides a comprehensive overview of the most commonly used welding processes, including oxyfuel welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, flux-cored arc welding, and shielded metal arc welding. In addition, it continues to develop students’ understanding of measurements in welding and covers the Welding Procedure Specification from writing through testing and finally use.

This class continues to develop the general understanding of welding begun in “Introduction to Welding” with a more comprehensive overview of each of the most common welding processes. It covers welding variables and presents an in-depth discussion of welding discontinuities that is continued in “Overview of Weld Defects.”
Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650120 Arc Welding Processes 120 This class describes the various arc welding processes as well as the particular advantages and disadvantages of each process. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640080 Math Fundamentals for Welding 161 The class “Math Fundamentals for Welding” covers basic arithmetic operations used in welding, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. This class discusses the concept of rounding whole numbers and decimals before or after calculating a problem. “Math Fundamentals for Welding” also gives an overview of fractions, which are used in welding measurements and blueprints along with decimals.

Knowledge of basic math concepts is integral to a welder’s understanding of welding measurements and joint design.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640085 Geometry Fundamentals for Welding 171 The class "Geometry Fundamentals for Welding" teaches students how geometry is used in welding. A fundamental understanding of geometry and geometric concepts is a necessary skill for welding. This class discusses lines and angles, which are the basic building blocks of geometry. This class teaches users how to identify the parts of a circle and how to identify different types of triangles based on their sides and angles. In addition, this class includes lessons on how to find the area of a circle or triangle.

The relationship between lines and angles can be used to read and interpret welding blueprints, as well as machine settings. After this class, users will be able to understand and work with the basic building blocks of geometry. Users will also be able to calculate the area and circumference of a circle and the area of a triangle.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640100 Material Tests for Welding 201 “Material Tests for Welding” introduces users to the types and purposes of welding material tests. Welding materials are tested to evaluate their properties, examine for discontinuities, and ensure the project meets welding code specifications. Testing can be destructive or non-destructive. Testing can also be used to classify metals according to their carbon content.

This class includes lessons on non-destructive testing methods such as visual inspection, radiographic, ultrasonic, penetrant, and magnetic particle tests. Users will also become familiar with destructive testing methods such as the macro-etch test, fillet weld break test, guided bend test, and transverse tension test. After completing this course, users will be able to identify common material tests, the practical applications of destructive and non-destructive methods, and the advantages and disadvantages of each method.
Beginner2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650280 Visual Inspection of Welds 280 This class will teach you about the visual inspection of welds, the equipment used during a visual inspection, proper inspection procedure, and common discontinuities in the surface of a weld.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640110 Welding Ferrous Metals 211 “Welding Ferrous Metals” defines ferrous metals, describes the common forms of ferrous metal, and discusses best welding practices for each. Each type of ferrous metal has different mechanical, physical, and chemical properties. Though all ferrous metals contain iron, their varying compositions require a number of different welding approaches.

Ferrous metals are the most common metals that welders will encounter. Knowledge of ferrous metal types, composition, and best welding practices is crucial. After taking this class, welders should be able to identify the various ferrous metals, their properties, and the best welding practices for each type.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650200 Ferrous Metals for Welding 200 This class provides an overview of the properties of common ferrous metals used for arc welding.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640115 Welding Nonferrous Metals 212 “Welding Nonferrous Metals” defines nonferrous metals, describes a range of nonferrous metals and their properties, and discusses best welding practices for each type. The nonferrous metal label encompasses a wide range of metals with varying mechanical and physical properties, all of which require different approaches when welding.

Though less common than ferrous metals, nonferrous metals are used in a wide range of applications that require welding. Understanding nonferrous metals and their welding processes is essential for any welder. After completing this class, a user will be able to identify the various nonferrous metals, explain their properties, and describe the best welding approach for each type of metal.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650205 Nonferrous Metals for Welding 205 This class provides an overview of the properties of common nonferrous metals used for arc welding.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640120 Overview of Weld Types 221 The class “Overview of Weld Types” provides an overview of different joints and types of welds as well as their applications. Common weld types such as fillet and groove welds, as well as combination, plug, slot, spot, and seam welds, are discussed. In addition, the different parts of a weld and different welding positions are reviewed. Finally, the class covers the requirements of a variety of joints. A short lesson on weld discontinuities is also included in order to introduce the concept to the user.

“Overview of Weld Types” helps to build a solid foundation for advanced welding techniques as well as more comprehensive reviews of specific welding processes. After taking the class, users should have a good general understanding of the names and functions of different joints, weld types, welding positions, and joint requirements.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650130 Overview of Weld Types 130 This class describes the various joint and weld types, welding positions, and possible weld defects that can occur on a welded joint. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640125 Overview of Weld Defects 222 “Overview of Weld Defects” provides a comprehensive introduction to the most common varieties of weld discontinuities and distortion. It illustrates the causes of each of the twenty different weld discontinuities and defects and suggests effective solutions. In addition, it presents an overview of six different kinds of cracks and demonstrates how to prevent cracking and distortion in a finished weld.

This class is especially crucial for beginning welders who do not yet have the skills or knowledge to avoid many of the mistakes that the class illustrates. Beginning welders will find this class particularly useful because it defines the reasons why defects or discontinuities may occur as well as the ways in which welders may rectify them.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640130 Welding Symbols and Codes 231 “Welding Symbols and Codes” describes how welding blueprints represent welding requirements. A weld is represented in a blueprint using a welding symbol. Welding symbols, which were created by the American Welding Society, include a reference line, arrow element, weld symbol or symbols, tail, and weld dimensions. When needed, the welding symbol will also have supplementary symbols and finish symbols.

The welding symbol includes various components on the reference line to show the characteristics of the weld and provide specific instructions to the welder. After taking this class, users should be able to explain the many types of welding symbols and their characteristics, as well as the welding codes and specifications used in the welding industry.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650250 Arc Welding Symbols and Codes 250 This class describes welding symbols and how to read them. It also explains the importance of welding codes and the procedures involved for a welding application.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650260 Arc Welding Power Sources 260 This class describes different types of arc welding power sources and explains how each power source produces welding power. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640140 Electrical Power for Arc Welding 241 “Electrical Power for Arc Welding” explains the basic principles of electricity and the effect that electricity has on arc welding processes. Electricity travels in closed circuits. A basic circuit consists of a source, path, load, and control. Current is the flow of electricity. Voltage is the force that pushes current through a circuit. Resistance opposes current flow, but also makes it possible for electricity to perform work. Electrical work is called wattage. In welding circuits, the resistance of the arc converts electricity into light and heat, which melts the base metals.

After taking this class, users will have a foundational understanding of electricity, electrical variables, and how electricity is used in arc welding. This will prepare users for welding, since every welder must understand basic electrical concepts to work with the arc and the welding equipment that produces the arc.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650270 Electrode Selection 270 This class describes electrode characteristics for the four major arc welding processes and explains how to select the appropriate electrode for a specific welding application.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650140 Electrical Power for Arc Welding 140 This class describes electrical variables, the path of electricity, and the effect of electricity on the arc welding process.Beginner1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640152 Introduction to GMAW 251 “Introduction to GMAW” provides a comprehensive overview of the gas metal arc welding process and its equipment. GMAW is a semi-automatic or automatic process that uses a consumable electrode and a shielding gas. GMAW equipment includes a power source, wire electrode, wire feeder, shielding gas, and welding gun. GMAW typically uses a constant voltage power source and direct current electrode positive polarity (DCEP). In GMAW, there are several modes of metal transfer: short circuit, globular, and axial spray.

GMAW is one of the most popular arc welding processes. Because it is semi-automatic or automatic, it is also one of the easiest to learn. After taking this class, users will be familiar with GMAW equipment and the various modes of metal transfer. This information provides the foundation necessary to learn how to perform GMAW. A good understanding of GMAW is also helpful when learning about related types of welding such as gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW).
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640150 Introduction to SMAW 252 “Introduction to SMAW” covers the basic theories and practices of shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), as well as common operational procedures. SMAW is a welding process that uses shielding to protect the weld from contamination. SMAW is one of the most common arc welding processes in the world because of its simplicity, versatility, affordability, and suitability for most applications. SMAW requires a range of specialized equipment, specific electrodes, and knowledge of a number of safety precautions.

After taking “Intro to SMAW,” welders will know how to safely handle, prepare, and operate SMAW equipment. They will know also have a basic understanding of how to perform an SMAW weld.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640155 Introduction to FCAW 262 "Introduction to FCAW" provides a comprehensive overview of the flux-cored arc welding (FCAW) process and its equipment. FCAW is a semi-automatic or automatic process that is divided into self-shielded flux-cored arc welding (FCAW-S) and gas-shielded flux-cored arc welding (FCAW-G). Both FCAW-S and FCAW-G use a consumable, tubular electrode that is filled with flux-materials. FCAW equipment includes a constant voltage power source, wire electrode, wire feeder, welding gun, and, if appropriate, a shielding gas.

Understanding the basic theory and process of FCAW is essential to using it successfully. After taking this class, users will be familiar with FCAW equipment and be able to distinguish between different methods and materials. Users will also be able to identify the performance characteristics, operating requirements, and finished weld properties of FCAW electrodes. This information provides the foundation necessary to perform FCAW successfully and safely.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640157 Introduction to GTAW 262 "Introduction to GTAW” defines gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), describes the tools used in GTAW, and discusses the various factors that should be considered when using GTAW. GTAW, or TIG welding, is a precise welding process that uses a nonconsumable tungsten electrode and inert shielding gas. GTAW can be used on a wide variety of metals, and can be performed manually or with the use of semi-automated or totally automated systems.

GTAW gives the welder increased control over the weld, which allows for the fabrication of stronger and higher quality welds. The process can be complex and requires practice to master, but the improved weld quality is vital to certain applications. By the end of this class, users will be able to define GTAW, identify the tools used in GTAW, and describe the various GTAW processes and applications.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650160 Intro to Submerged Arc Welding 160 This class describes the submerged arc welding process as well as its advantages and limitations.Beginner1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640160 Fabrication Process 232 “Fabrication Process” outlines the procedures that a project planner should follow when creating a product from start to finish. A fabrication project can be something as simple as building a cabinet or as complex as constructing a motorcycle. After coming up with a project idea, the planner should list all of the requirements, including material, safety, and budgetary concerns. If all requirements can be met, the planner should research objects similar to the project idea and develop a design. The planner then creates a blueprint of the project, as well as a bill of materials. After deciding on the order of operations that will result in the completed project, the planner should implement the plan step by step to complete the project.

There are many important considerations involved with any fabrication process. After this class, users will be able to develop a fabrication plan and complete a project.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640170 Overview of Soldering 271 “Overview of Soldering” defines soldering, describes the tools used in soldering, and discusses the various soldering processes. Soldering is a low-heat joining process used in applications where the heat of welding or brazing would be too great or where precise control is required. There are a number of manual and automatic soldering processes. Soldering is particularly useful in electronics and jewelry fabrication as well as in creating air and watertight seals in plumbing and other systems.

After this class, users will be able to define soldering, identify the important tools involved in soldering, list soldering safety concerns, and describe the various soldering processes. It is essential for any operator who may be required to solder materials to understand the basic soldering equipment, processes, and practices.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640175 Thermal Cutting Overview 281 "Thermal Cutting Overview" provides a comprehensive introduction to the four most common industrial thermal cutting processes. Oxyfuel cutting uses a fuel gas flame that is mixed with pure oxygen. Air-carbon arc cutting uses heat generated by an electrical arc. Plasma cutting ionizes a high-powered stream of gas to create a plasma arc. Laser cutting severs metal with a highly concentrated and focused laser beam.

Understanding the basic theories behind the four widely used methods of thermal cutting is essential to using them successfully. After taking this class, users will be able to distinguish between different thermal cutting methods as well as identify the equipment used for each. Users will also be able to identify the performance characteristics and safety considerations for these thermal cutting processes. This information provides the necessary information to perform thermal cutting methods successfully and safely.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640180 Plasma Cutting 283 “Plasma Cutting” describes plasma cutting equipment and discusses the setup and operation steps for plasma cutting, gouging, and piercing. Plasma cutting is a precise and efficient cutting method that uses an ionized jet of gas to generate a high temperature cutting arc and can be done by hand or with the use of CNC machine.

Plasma cutting is an increasingly affordable and popular method of metal cutting. Plasma cutting balances the lower cost of cutting methods such as oxyfuel with the higher quality of laser cutting methods. After this class, users will be able to define plasma cutting, identify the tools used in plasma cutting, and describe the various cutting applications and processes. Understanding the basic plasma cutting functions and processes is essential for users to make precise, accurate cuts safely and efficiently.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650265 Plasma Cutting 265 This class describes plasma cutting equipment and the basic procedures for plasma cutting, gouging, and piercing.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640185 Oxyfuel Cutting Applications 282 "Oxyfuel Cutting Applications" provides an overview of the oxyfuel cutting process and its safety requirements, equipment components, and operating procedures. Before performing oxyfuel cutting, it is important to correctly setup the oxyfuel outfit and perform essential safety inspections. After lighting an oxyfuel torch, an operator must control the ratio of gas to produce a neutral cutting flame. During the cutting process, an operator must control specific variables, including tip height, gas flow rate, travel speed, and torch angles. Understanding these variables along with the proper cutting procedures help produce a quality oxyfuel cut.

The information in this class helps prepare users to perform oxyfuel cutting, a popular thermal cutting process with a variety of applications. After taking this class, users will be familiar with many of the considerations and variables that go into oxyfuel cutting, which is essential to safely and successfully producing quality cuts.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650207 Oxyfuel Welding Applications 207 This class describes the procedures for use and maintenance of an oxyfuel welding outfit.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640190 Introduction to Automation 291 "Introduction to Automation" provides a comprehensive overview of the automation technology used in welding and thermal cutting processes. Automation is the use of either CNC machinery or robotic systems to both power and perform one or more processes. Automation offers manufacturers several benefits, such as minimizing production costs and waste, reducing a part's cycle time and a work area's footprint, and improving part quality and process reliability.

Understanding basic machine components, their movement, and the way in which they are controlled is essential to performing any automated welding or thermal cutting process. After taking this class, users will be familiar with automated equipment, operation requirements, and safety measures. This information provides the foundation necessary to working with automated machinery successfully and safely.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640210 GMAW Applications 301 “GMAW Applications” provides a comprehensive overview of how to perform gas metal arc welding (GMAW), important variables to consider, and how to prevent common defects. Before beginning GMAW, it is important to prepare by cleaning base metals and selecting an appropriate electrode. During GMAW, the welder controls electrode orientation and travel speed. Welders must also be aware of many variables, such as amperage, voltage, and shielding gas, and their effects. Understanding these variables helps prevent weld discontinuities and defects, including porosity, undercut, incomplete penetration, and incomplete fusion.

The information in this class prepares users to perform GMAW, an extremely common welding process. After taking this class, users will be familiar with many of the considerations and variables that go into GMAW. A good understanding of these concepts helps prevent welders from producing irregular or defective welds.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650220 GMAW Applications 220 This class describes the GMAW process and the variables that affect shielding gas selection, electrode selection, metal transfer methods, and electrode orientation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640215 Advanced GMAW Applications 302 “Advanced GMAW Applications” provides an overview of various specialized GMAW processes. When performing GMAW on stainless steel or aluminum, welders must be aware of several factors. Many advanced processes use power sources that offer different types of control, such as waveform control, adaptive control, and synergic control. Advanced GMAW processes include pulse transfer, precision pulse, Surface Tension Transfer, and AC aluminum pulse. GMAW is also well-suited to automation. Robotic GMAW is one of the most popular forms of automated welding.

After taking this class, users will be prepared to learn to perform more specialized and advanced GMAW processes. These processes are becoming increasingly popular because they consistently produce quality welds without the same drawbacks as conventional methods. Understanding advanced and specialized GMAW processes is important to remaining competitive in modern welding.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640200 SMAW Applications 311 “SMAW Applications” details the process of preparing SMAW equipment for welding and the basic steps a welder should take to perform a successful SMAW weld. Welders must be able to identify the different types of electrodes that can be used for SMAW and select the appropriate electrode for an application. A welder must then choose a method to start the arc and run a bead, and must know how to effectively break and re-start the arc when necessary. SMAW is not a perfect process, and this class covers the different flaws that a weld may contain as a result of different operator errors or other sources.

To be an experienced and skilled employee, a welder must know the basic foundational techniques of the welding process. “SMAW Applications” teaches welders the essential components of performing shielded metal arc welding processes, as well as how to identify and avoid common discontinuities.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650210 SMAW Applications 210 This class describes the SMAW process and the variables that affect electrode selection, electrical variables, and methods for starting and extinguishing the arc. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640220 FCAW Applications 321 “FCAW Applications” provides a comprehensive overview of how to perform FCAW processes. Before beginning FCAW, it is important to prepare the joint and select the appropriate electrode. During FCAW, the welder controls the electrode's orientation and travel speed. Welders must also be aware of many FCAW-specific variables, such as amperage, voltage, and shielding gas, as well as the effects of such variables. Understanding variables helps prevent FCAW weld discontinuities and defects, such as excessive spatter, porosity, and slag inclusion.

After taking this class, users will be familiar with many of the considerations and variables that go into using FCAW processes, which is essential to producing quality welds and avoiding weld discontinuities and defects. The ability to recognize and avoid common welding issues reduces scrapped parts and increases quality.
Advanced2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650230 FCAW Applications 230 This class describes the FCAW process and the variables that affect electrode selection, shielding gas selection, and electrode orientation. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding640230 GTAW Applications 331 “GTAW Applications” provides an overview of the practical applications of the gas tungsten arc welding process. It covers all parts of the process, including personal protective equipment, power supplies, polarity, amperage, electrodes, shielding gas, cups, starting the arc, filler metal, welding techniques, possible defects, and professional and industrial applications.

“GTAW Applications” is essential for any welder who requires an in-depth understanding of GTAW. Its focus on application extends "Intro to GTAW" to the practical sphere, paving the way for hands-on learning of GTAW welding.
Intermediate2.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650240 GTAW Applications 240 This class describes the GTAW process and the variables that affect welding current, electrode selection, electrode preparation, and arc-starting methods. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650255 SAW Applications 255 This class describes SAW and how to make a submerged arc weld.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineWelding650Welding650310 Arc Welding Aluminum Alloys 310 This class describes the welding characteristics of aluminum and explains how its properties affect each variable in the welding process. Advanced1.0English
OnlineMachining100Workholding100104 Intro to Workholding 104 This class introduces the role of a workholding device during the manufacturing process and identifies common groups of these devices.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining100Workholding100106 Supporting and Locating Principles 106 This class describes the fundamental theory to properly supporting, locating, and clamping a workpiece. Includes an Interactive Lab.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining100Workholding100107 Locating Devices 107 This class identifies the most common types of locating components used in custom workholding devices and fixtures.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining100Workholding100108 Clamping Basics 108 This class covers the most common types of clamping components and explains their relative advantages and applications.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining100Workholding100110 Chucks, Collets, and Vises 110 This class identifies the standard workholding devices used for both the mill and the lathe.Beginner1.0English
OnlineMachining100Workholding100200 Fixture Body Construction 200 This class discusses common tool body forms and the material and cost considerations associated with their construction. Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining100Workholding100210 Fixture Design Basics 210 This class identifies the major factors to consider when beginning the design of a customized fixture. Includes an Interactive Lab.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining100Workholding100230 Drill Bushing Selection 230 This class will identify the major groups of bushings and their appropriate use.Intermediate1.0English
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251100 Introducción a los abrasivos 100 Esta clase define los procesos abrasivos y explica los grupos importantes de las herramientas abrasivas. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251110 ¿Qué es el amolado? 110 Esta clase describe la acción de amolado, explica cómo se forman las virutas, y cubre el mantenimiento de la rueda y la seguridad.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251120 Procesos de amolado 120 Esta clase identifica los tipos principales de las operaciones de amolado y explica cómo se realizan en la máquina.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251200 Variables del amolado 200 Esta clase identifica las variables comunes que ocurren durante el amolado con un enfasis en las velocidades y los avances.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251210 Materiales de las ruedas de amolar 210 Esta clase describe los materiales abrasivos y de aglutinante comunes para las ruedas de amolar, tan como sus aplicaciones.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251220 Geometría de las Muelas Abrasivas 220 Esta clase describe los principales tipos de las muelas abrasivas incluidas en la norma ANSI y explica la relación entre la geometría de la muela y la forma de la pieza de trabajo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251230 Afilado y Rectificación de Muelas 230 Esta clase describe los métodos comunes que se usan para balancear, rectificar y afilar la muela abrasiva estándar.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251240 Operación de Rectificadoras Planas 240 Esta clase aborda los pasos del rectificado de superficies horizontales y verticales con rectificadora de husillo horizontal y mesa oscilante.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251250 Operación de rectificadoras cilíndricas 250 Esta clase identifica los principales componentes de las rectificadoras cilíndricas comunes y describe los diversos tipos de operaciones que se pueden realizar.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251260 Operación de Rectificado Sin Centros 260 Esta clase aborda cómo ejecutar las operaciones comunes de rectificado sin centros, así como los métodos de montaje y rectificado de muelas reguladoras y muelas abrasivas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining251Abrasivos (español)251320 Configuración para Rectificadoras sin Centros 320 Esta clase explica cómo configurar los componentes principales de la rectificadora sin centros y cómo posicionar con precisión la pieza de trabajo en la regla de apoyo para realizar varias operaciones de rectificado sin centros.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes671Adhesivos (español)671110 Introducción a la Unión Adhesiva 110 Esta clase describe la Unión Adhesiva, la clasificación adhesiva y los diferentes factores que conducen a una Exitosa Unión Adhesiva.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes671Adhesivos (español)671120 Conceptos Básicos del Proceso de Unión 120 Esta clase describe los conceptos básicos del proceso de unión adhesiva, así como los diferentes métodos de solidificación de adhesivos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes671Adhesivos (español)671130 Introducción a las Propiedades Adhesivas 130 Esta clase describe las propiedades mecánicas y no mecánicas de los adhesivos y explica cómo afectan la unión adhesiva.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes671Adhesivos (español)671140 Tipos de Adhesivos 140 Esta clase describe las características, ventajas y desventajas, así como las aplicaciones de los tipos de adhesivos sintéticos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes671Adhesivos (español)671210 Preparación de la Superficie 210 Esta clase analiza los factores de superficie que afectan la adhesión, la naturaleza de los diferentes tipos de superficies usadas en la unión adhesiva y los métodos de selecciona y preparar la superficie para la unión adhesiva.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes671Adhesivos (español)671220 Pasos para la Aplicación del Adhesivo 220 Esta clase analiza los pasos incluidos en el proceso de aplicación del adhesivo, así como los métodos de administración y los métodos de prueba de la efectividad del proceso de la aplicación en la línea de ensamblaje.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901100 Introducción a la calidad 100 Esta clase identifica los componentes claves de una organización de calidad. La relación entre los procesos y los productos se exploran por diferentes papeles en una compañía manufacturera.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901110 Visión global de la ISO 9000 110 Esta clase identifica y describe los componentes clave de la ISO 9001:2008, así como sus normas auxiliares ISO 9000:2005 e ISO 9004:2009.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901120 Enfoques de mantenimiento 120 Esta clase brinda una introducción a la profesión de mantenimiento y describe los diversos enfoques hacia la práctica del mantenimiento.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901130 Introducción a producción ajustada 130 Esta clase describe los principios básicos de producción ajustada y los compara a otros métodos de manufactura tradicional.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901140 Introducción a la administración de la cadena de suministro 140 Esta clase describe el flujo de productos e información en una cadena de suministro y explica la importancia del servicio al cliente. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901150 Visión general del mantenimiento total productivo 150 Esta clase describe los elementos del mantenimiento total productivo (TPM) y explica cómo el TPM ayuda a reducir las pérdidas y el desperdicio.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901155 Introducción a las Cinco S (5S) 155 Esta clase brinda una introducción al sistema de calidad de las 5S y describe las técnicas para implementarlo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901160 Diseño de células y sistemas de jalar 160 Esta clase cubrirá los puntos básicos sobre la manufactura celular, incluidos las características de las células y los sistemas de jalar.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901170 Introducción a Six Sigma 170 Esta clase cubre los conceptos básicos de Six Sigma, incluidos análisis de datos, tipos de variación, causas comunes y especiales, los roles de los miembros del equipo Six Sigma y el método DMAIC.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901180 Resolución de problemas: Identificación de problemas 180 Esta clase proporciona una introducción al proceso de la resolución de problemas y describe los pasos básicos para identificar problemas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901182 Resolución de problemas: Entendimiento de causas y efectos 182 Esta clase proporciona una introducción al proceso de determinar las causas y efectos de un problema.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901184 Resolución de problemas: Toma de medidas correctivas 184 Esta clase describe las distintas formas de identificar, implementar y documentar soluciones eficaces en el proceso de la resolución de problemas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901200 Conducción de la auditoría interna 200 Esta clase describe los pasos del proceso de auditoría interna y explica métodos efectivos para conducir entrevistas de auditoría.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901210 SPC Conocimiento General 210 Esta clase describe los conceptos principales del control estadístico del proceso y explica cómo reconocer los procesos que se afectan por causas especiales.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901220 Visión general de la TS 16949:2002 220 Esta clase compara la ISO 9001:2000 con la TS 16949:2002 y explica cómo sus diferencias afectan los procedimientos normalizados de operación en el sistema de gestión de la calidad.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901230 Mediciones para producción ajustada 230 Esta clase describe las mediciones más comunes usadas para evaluar la sincronización, los errores y costos, así como fomentar el mejoramiento continuo en un sistema de producción ajustada.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901240 Elaboración de diagramas de flujo de procesos 240 Esta clase aborda el objetivo y los métodos de la elaboración de diagramas de flujo de procesos, incluidos los diagramas espagueti, mapas del proceso y mapas del flujo de valor.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901250 Estrategias para la reducción de configuraciones 250 Esta clase cubre las diferentes estrategias para reducir los tiempos de configuración, incluidas las ideas para la reestructuración de operaciones y las tácticas para los procesos de predisposición.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901255 Formas de abordar la gestión de calidad 255 Esta clase explica el concepto de calidad total, así como los métodos para implementar y medir la gestión de calidad total dentro de la estructura de una empresa.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901260 Realización de eventos kaizen 260 Esta clase describe la secuencia de pasos para la realización de eventos kaizen y explica las áreas comunes para el mejoramiento de procesos.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901300 Mapeo del flujo de valor: El estado actual 300 Esta clase presenta los elementos usados para crear un mapa del flujo de valor y aborda cómo crear un mapa del flujo de valor del estado actual.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901305 Mapeo del flujo de valor: El estado futuro 305 Esta clase presenta estrategias usadas comúnmente para crear un mapa del flujo de valor de estado futuro basado en resultados de un mapa del flujo de valor de estado actual.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901310 Metas y herramientas de seis sigma 310 Esta clase aborda el método de mejoramiento de procesos DMAIC de seis sigma y sus metas principales, incluidos los subpasos más comunes y las herramientas utilizadas con más frecuencia.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)901320 Gestión de prácticas para la calidad total 320 Esta clase explica las funciones de gestión y categorías de negocio para la gestión de calidad total, los procesos utilizados para implementar la gestión de calidad total y los métodos para medir los resultados de la misma.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)913130 Diseño y desarrollo de productos 134 Esta clase le presentará los procesos comunes de acabado y recubrimiento, fabricación de tarjetas de circuitos impresos y métodos comunes de manejo de material.Beginner Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)913135 Diseño y desarrollo de procesos 135 Esta clase aborda los enfoques para el diseño de procesos, particularmente la ingeniería concurrente y el diseño para la fabricabilidad. Esta clase también aborda las estrategias para aumentar y probar la fabricabilidad y el análisis de procesos, modelado y documentación.Beginner Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)913150 Diseño y desarrollo de sistemas de producción 136 Esta clase presenta los factores importantes incluidos en el establecimiento de un sistema de producción, tales como análisis de la situación, selección de procesos y equipos, pruebas, y normas para la seguridad y calidad. La planificación y diseño meticulosos conllevan a la producción de bienes fiables y de buena calidad a precios competitivos.Beginner Spanish
OnlineFoundational901Calidad (español)913155 Diseño y desarrollo de equipos y herramientas 137 Esta clase le presentará los conceptos básicos del diseño de máquinas, montajes comunes de troqueles y dispositivos de inspección. Aprenderá también acerca de los desarrollos actuales en la nanotecnología y nanofabricación.Beginner Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301100 Historia y definición de CNC 100 Esta clase explica el origen de las máquinas modernas de CNC.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301110 Mecánica del CNC 110 Esta clase describe cómo mueven las piezas y las herramientas en los sistemas de CNC. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301120 Fundamentos del centro de torneado 120 Esta clase describe los componentes básicos del centro de torneado tan como los aparatos utilizados en esta máquina.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301130 Fundamentos del centro de maquinado CNC 130 Esta clase describe las básicas partes del centro de maquinado así como los dispositivos utilizados en esta máquina.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301135 Elementos básicos del torno CNC tipo suizo 135 Esta clase describe los componentes básicos del torno tipo Suizo, al igual que el herramental y las operaciones de maquinado comunes.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301140 Coordenadas de CNC 140 Esta clase explica cómo se utilizan las coordenadas en las máquinas de CNC.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301150 Programa de pieza 150 Esta clase introduce los principales grupos de códigos utilizados en un programa de pieza CNC.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301160 Visión general de CAD/CAM 160 Esta clase describe el proceso general del uso de computadoras para diseñar y fabricar piezas e identifica las características comunes disponibles en el software CAD/CAM.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301200 Operaciones manuales de CNC 200 Esta clase describe las características de control que permite un operador de CNC ejecutar las tareas manualmente. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301210 Compensaciones (offsets) de CNC 210 Esta clase identifica los ajustes de herramienta necesarios para la preparación de una operación precisa de CNC. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301220 Especificaciones de CNC para la fresadora 220 Esta clase identifica especificaciones comunes para fresadoras de CNC y describe las diversas características y opciones que se encuentran disponibles en diferentes máquinas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301225 Especificaciones de CNC para el torno 225 Esta clase identifica especificaciones comunes de los tornos de CNC y describe las diversas características y opciones disponibles en diferentes máquinas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301280 Creación de un programa de torneado 280 Esta clase explica los componentes claves en la creación y la ejecutación de un programa de torneado sencillo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301285 Cálculos del torneado 285 Esta clase identifica y explica los cálculos comunes que son necesarios para crear un programa de torneado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301290 Creación de un programa de fresado 290 Esta clase explica los componentes clave para la creación y ejecución de un programa de fresado sencillo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301295 Cálculos para fresado 295 Esta clase explica los cálculos comunes que son necesarios para trazar las trayectorias de herramienta para un programa básico de fresado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining301CNC (español)301310 Ciclos enlatados 310 Esta clase describe el funcionamiento de ciclos enlatados comunes que están presentes en los centros de maquinado y torneado.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751110 Introducción a los Compuestos 110 Esta clase cubre los materiales básicos usados para formar compuestos, cómo se procesan y las aplicaciones de compuestos en varios mercados.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751115 Seguridad en el Procesamiento de Compuestos 115 Esta clase enseña a los operadores cómo protegerse de enfermedades y lesiones al trabajar con compuestos. También aprenderá cómo almacenar y descartar materiales peligrosos. Finalmente, aprenderá acerca de las agencias que desarrollan y regulan los estándares de seguridad del lugar de trabajo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751120 Descripción de Procesos Compuestos 120 Esta clase cubre los métodos básicos para procesar compuestos, y algunos de los materiales usados para estos procesos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751125 Compuestos Tradicionales 125 Esta clase cubre los materiales usados comúnmente para crear resinas y refuerzos para compuestos tradicionales. También describe las características básicas de los polímeros.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751130 Resinas Termoestables Avanzadas para Compuestos 130 Esta clase cubre las resinas termoestables utilizadas comúnmente utilizadas para crear partes compuestas avanzadas, así como sus propiedades y consideraciones generales para la selección del material.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751135 Materiales Avanzados para Compuestos 135 Esta clase cubre las resinas termoplásticas y no poliméricas usadas para crear partes compuestas avanzadas, así como los materiales utilizados para crear refuerzos de fibras de alto rendimiento.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751140 Introducción al Moldeado por Tendido y Rociado 140 Esta clase cubre el moldeado por tendido y rociado de compuestos tradicionales de fibra de vidrio.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751150 Introducción al Embalaje al Vacío 150 Esta clase describe las partes del sistema de embalaje al vacío, y las ventajas y desventajas del embalaje al vacío.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751160 Introducción al Bobinado de Filamentos 160 Esta clase cubre los materiales utilizados para el bobinado de filamentos, las partes de la máquina de bobinado de filamentos y el proceso de bobinado.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751170 Introducción al Moldeado de Compresión 170 Esta clase le enseñará acerca del proceso de moldeado de compresión, así como los materiales y equipos asociados.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751180 Introducción a la pultrusión 180 Esta clase aborda los materiales y la maquinaria usados para la pultrusión, los pasos del proceso básico de pultrusión y las estrategias para mantener la temperatura de la matriz y la velocidad de línea adecuadas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751190 Acabado de la superficie de materiales compuestos 190 El conocimiento de cómo realizar el acabado en las piezas de materiales compuestos ayuda al operador a crear piezas que satisfagan las exigencias del cliente. Esta clase le enseñará sobre las operaciones de acabado de superficies en piezas de materiales compuestos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751230 Técnica de moldeo por bolsa de vacío: moldeo en bolsa de un solo lado 230 Esta clase aborda los procedimientos básicos para llevar a cabo el moldeo por bolsa de vacío en bolsa de un solo lado. También aborda las precauciones de seguridad generales y las estrategias para prevenir problemas comunes.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751240 Inspección de materiales compuestos y prevención de defectos 240 Esta clase describe los métodos comunes para inspeccionar materiales compuestos y evitar defectos.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineComposites Processing751Compuestos (español)751250 Métodos de reparación para materiales compuestos 250 Esta clase aborda los procedimientos básicos y las mejores prácticas para la reparación de materiales compuestos, además de la estructura de laminados de materiales compuestos y paneles sándwich.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321250 Fresa Fanuc: Visión general del panel de control 250 Esta clase describe las diversas secciones del panel de control de la fresa Fanuc 0-C así como los pasos para encender, apagar y retornar la máquina a la posición inicial.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321255 Torno Fanuc: Visión general del panel de control 255 Esta clase describe las diversas secciones del panel de control del torno Fanuc 0-C, así como los pasos para encender, apagar y retornar la máquina a la posición inicial.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321260 Fresa Fanuc: Ingreso de compensaciones 260 Esta clase proporciona instrucciones paso a paso para ajustar las compensaciones en el control de la fresa FANUC 0-C durante una corrida de producción. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321265 Torno Fanuc: Ingreso de compensaciones 265 Esta clase proporciona instrucciones paso a paso para ajustar las compensaciones en el control del torno FANUC 0-C durante una corrida de producción. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321270 Fresa Fanuc: Ubicación del cero pieza 270 Esta clase describe cómo determinar compensaciones de trabajo y compensaciones de geometría de herramienta en el control de la fresa Fanuc 0-C durante la preparación inicial.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321275 Torno Fanuc: Ubicación del cero pieza 275 Esta clase describe cómo determinar compensaciones de trabajo y compensaciones de geometría de herramienta en el control de torno Fanuc 0-C durante la preparación inicial.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321280 Fresa Fanuc: Ejecución de programas 280 Esta clase describe los pasos necesarios para activar, ejecutar y reiniciar programas utilizando el control Fanuc 0-C para la fresa.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321285 Torno Fanuc: Ejecución de programas 285 Esta clase describe los pasos necesarios para activar, ejecutar y reiniciar programas utilizando el control para torno Fanuc 0-C.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321310 Fresa Fanuc: Almacenamiento de programas 310 Esta clase describe los métodos comunes para transferir y almacenar programas de piezas en el control para fresa Fanuc 0-C.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321315 Torno Fanuc: Almacenamiento de programas 315 Esta clase describe los métodos más comunes para transferir y almacenar programas de piezas en el control de torno Fanuc 0-C. Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321320 Fresa Fanuc: Corridas de primera pieza 320 Esta clase describe cómo verificar la exactitud de un programa y hacer cambios menores de edición en el control de fresa Fanuc 0-C.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining321Controles de CNC: Fanuc (español)321325 Torno Fanuc: Corridas de primera pieza 325 Esta clase describe cómo verificar la exactitud de un programa y hacer cambios menores de edición en el control de torno Fanuc 0-C.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311250 Fresadora de Haas: Visión global del panel de control 250 Esta clase describe las diversas secciones del panel de control de la fresadora de Haas, así como los pasos para encender, apagar y llevar a la posición de inicio a la máquina. Intermediate 1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311255 Torno de Haas: Visión global del panel de control 255 Esta clase describe las diversas secciones del panel de control del torno de Haas, así como los pasos para encender, apagar y llevar a la posición de inicio a la máquina.Intermediate 1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311260 Fresadora de Haas: Ingreso de compensaciones 260 Esta clase proporciona instrucciones paso a paso para ajustar las compensaciones en la fresadora de Haas durante la corrida de producción. Intermediate 1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311265 Torno Haas: Ingreso de Compensaciones 265 Esta clase proporciona instrucciones paso a paso para ajustar las compensaciones en el torno de Haas durante la corrida de producción.Intermediate 1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311270 Fresadora Haas: Ubicación de Cero Pieza 270 Esta clase describe cómo determinar las compensaciones de trabajo y las compensaciones de geometría de la herramienta en la fresadora de Haas durante la configuración.Intermediate 1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311275 Torno de Haas: Ubicación del Cero Pieza 275 Esta clase describe cómo determinar las compensaciones de trabajo y las compensaciones de geometría de la herramienta en el torno de Haas durante la configuración.Intermediate 1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311280 Fresadora de Haas: Ejecución de programas 280 Esta clase describe los pasos necesarios para activar, ejecutar y reiniciar programas en la fresadora de Haas.Intermediate 1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311285 Torno de Haas: Ejecución de programas 285 Esta clase describe los pasos necesarios para activar, ejecutar y reiniciar programas en el torno de Haas.Intermediate 1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311310 Fresadora de Haas: Almacenamiento de programas 310 Esta clase describe los métodos comunes para la transferencia y el almacenamiento de programas de piezas en la fresadora de Haas.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311315 Torno de Haas: Almacenamiento de programas 315 Esta clase describe los métodos comunes para la transferencia y el almacenamiento de programas de piezas en el torno de Haas. Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311320 Fresadora de Haas: Corridas de primeras piezas 320 Esta clase describe cómo verificar la precisión de un programa y realizar pocas ediciones en la fresadora de Haas.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining311Controles de CNC: Haas (español)311325 Torno de Haas: Corridas de primeras piezas 325 Esta clase describe cómo verificar la precisión de un programa y realizar pocas ediciones en el torno de Haas.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331250 Fresadora Mazak: Descripción del panel de control 250 Esta clase presenta el panel de control de la fresadora Mazak Mazatrol Matrix y describe los pasos para encender y apagar la máquina.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331255 Torno Mazak: Descripción del panel de control 255 Esta clase presenta el panel de control del torno Mazak Mazatrol Matrix y describe los pasos para encender y apagar la máquina.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331260 Fresadora Mazak: Seguridad para la fresadora 260 Esta clase analiza los problemas comunes de seguridad relacionados con la fresadora Mazak, así como los requisitos de la OSHA y del ANSI para los operadores de fresadoras Mazak.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331265 Torno Mazak: Seguridad para el torno 265 Esta clase analiza los problemas comunes de seguridad relacionados con el torno Mazak, así como los requisitos de la OSHA y del ANSI para los operadores de tornos Mazak.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331270 Fresadora Mazak: Ubicación del cero pieza 270 Esta clase analiza los diferentes sistemas de coordenadas relacionados con los componentes de la máquina y las consideraciones para seleccionar el punto cero de la pieza de trabajo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331275 Torno Mazak: Ubicación del cero pieza 275 Esta clase analiza los diferentes sistemas de coordenadas relacionados con los componentes de la máquina y las consideraciones para seleccionar el punto cero de la pieza de trabajo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331280 Fresadora Mazak: Ingreso de compensaciones 280 Esta clase contiene una descripción general de las compensaciones e instrucciones paso a paso que son necesarias para medir, ingresar y ajustar compensaciones con el control de la fresadora Mazak Mazatrol Matrix.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331285 Torno Mazak: Ingreso de compensaciones 285 Esta clase contiene una descripción general de las compensaciones e instrucciones paso a paso que son necesarias para medir, ingresar y ajustar compensaciones con el torno Mazak Mazatrol Matrix.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331286 Creación de un programa EIA/ISO para la fresadora Mazak 286 Esta clase explica los componentes clave en la creación y ejecución de un programa simple de fresado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331287 Creación de un programa EIA/ISO para torno Mazak 287 Esta clase explica los componentes clave en la creación y ejecución de un programa sencillo de torneado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331288 Creación de un programa Mazatrol para fresadora 288 Esta clase aborda los principios elementales de la creación de un programa básico de fresado en el control de la fresadora Mazatrol Matrix. Los temas incluyen las unidades básicas que forman un programa Mazatrol y la variedad de unidades de maquinado disponibles para fabricar casi cualquier pieza fresada.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331289 Creación de un programa Mazatrol para torno 289 Esta clase aborda los principios elementales de la creación de un programa básico de torneado en el control del torno Mazatrol Smart. Los temas incluyen las unidades básicas que forman un programa Mazatrol y la variedad de unidades de torneado disponibles para fabricar casi cualquier pieza torneada.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331290 Fresadora Mazak: Ejecución de programas 290 Esta clase aborda los pasos necesarios para arrancar, detener y reiniciar programas en la fresadora Mazak, así como los pasos usados para activar un programa.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331295 Torno Mazak: Ejecución de programas 295 Esta clase aborda los pasos necesarios para arrancar, detener y reiniciar programas en el torno Mazak, así como con los pasos usados para activar un programa.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331310 Fresadora Mazak: Almacenamiento de programas 310 Esta clase describe métodos comunes para transferir y almacenar programas de piezas en el control de la fresadora Mazak Mazatrol Matrix.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331315 Torno Mazak: Almacenamiento de programas 315 Esta clase describe métodos comunes para transferir y almacenar programas de piezas en el control del torno Mazak Mazatrol Matrix.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331320 Fresadora Mazak: Corrida de la primera pieza 320 Esta clase describe cómo verificar la precisión de un programa y realizar cambios menores de edición en el control de la fresadora Mazak Mazatrol Matrix para asegurar la calidad de la pieza.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining331Controles de CNC: Mazak (español)331325 Torno Mazak: Corrida de la primera pieza 325 Esta clase describe cómo verificar la precisión de un programa y realizar cambios menores de edición en el control del torno Mazak Mazatrol Matrix para asegurar la calidad de la pieza.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201110 Procesos de remoción de metales 110 Esta clase explica la diferencia entre los tipos comunes de remoción de metal. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201115 Seguridad en el corte de metales 115 Esta clase identifica los riesgos de seguridad relacionados con las operaciones de corte y las precauciones que usted debe tomar para evitar daños.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201120 ¿Qué es el corte de metales? 120 Esta clase explica los fundamentos de la formación de virutas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201130 Máquinas para el corte de metales 130 Esta clase identifica y describe las máquinas comunes utilizadas en el corte de metales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201140 Procesos de corte 140 Esta clase describe los procesos de corte comunes y cómo logran la acción de corte.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201155 Fundamentos del aserrado 155 Esta clase identifica los principales tipos de aserrado y introduce el léxico básico para los tipos de hojas de sierra y materiales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201160 Introducción al torneado automático 160 Esta clase identifica los componentes comunes y las operaciones del torno automático y compara los diseños comunes de estas máquinas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201200 Variables de corte 200 Esta clase describe algunos variables que tienen un impacto en las operaciones de maquinado frecuentes.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201210 Fluidos de corte 210 Esta clase identifica los principales fluidos de corte y sus usos comunes.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201215 Selección de hojas para sierra banda 215 Esta clase compara los diversos tipos de hojas para sierra banda e identifica los factores que influyen en la selección de la hoja.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201220 Materiales de herramientas de corte 220 Esta clase describe materiales comunes de herramientas de corte y sus aplicaciones comunes.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201230 Selección de grados de carburo 230 Esta clase describe las formas comunes de carburo disponibles en las herramientas de corte.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201240 Geometría de herramienta 240 Esta clase identifica los principales ángulos que impactan la operación de torneado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201245 Geometría del fresado 245 Esta clase identifica y explica los ángulos que impactan una operación de fresado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201247 Geometría de brocas 247 Esta clase identifica los principales componentes de la broca y ángulos que impactan en las operaciones de taladrado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201250 Selección de insertos de acuerdo a ANSI 250 Esta clase le explica el estándar ANSI B212.4-1995 para la identificación de insertos.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201260 Portaherramientas para torneado 260 Esta clase explica los componentes y la identificación de los portaherramientas de diámetro exterior y de diámetro interior.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201300 Selección de velocidad y avance 300 Esta clase identifica los diversos valores de velocidad y avance que se utilizan en el torno y en la fresadora y describe cómo convertir estas variables.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201305 Optimización de la vida útil de los insertos 305 Esta clase describe formas comunes del desgaste de insertos que llevan a falla de los mismos e identifica los métodos de control adecuados para cada tipo.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201310 Maquinado de alta velocidad 310 Esta clase delinea la mecánica y las aplicaciones del maquinado de alta velocidad.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201315 Torneado duro 315 Esta clase aborda el torneado duro, incluidas sus ventajas al compararlo con el esmerilado y las estrategias para su adecuada implementación.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201320 Mecanizado de superaleaciones 320 Esta clase describe las superaleaciones y los retos de su mecanizado. Además, proporciona recomendaciones y consejos para superar tales retos y producir piezas de superaleaciones con calidad y de manera rentable.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)201325 Mecanizado de aleaciones de titanio 325 Esta clase identifica y aborda los retos relacionados con el mecanizado del titanio y sus aleaciones.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining201Corte de Metales (español)601100 Introducción al EDM 100 Esta clase presenta el proceso, los componentes y las máquinas de maquinado por descarga eléctrica.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951110 Lo imprescindible del liderazgo 110 Esta clase describe las responsabilidades básicas de un líder y proporciona ideas útiles sobre cómo ganarse el respeto y la confianza de otros.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951120 Lo esencial de la comunicación 120 Esta clase describe los tipos de comunicación claves y los obstáculos comunes de la comunicación, y la forma de usar la comunicación eficaz como una herramienta para ayudar a establecer el trabajo de equipo y la gestión de conflictos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951130 Gestión de desempeño: Mejores prácticas 130 Esta clase aborda los diversos aspectos de la gestión de desempeño, así como las estrategias para motivar a los empleados.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951135 Gestión de desempeño: Medidas correctivas 135 Esta clase explica cómo abordar los temas de desempeño del empleado, así como las prácticas básicas para el despido del empleado.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951140 Fundamentos de los costos de fabricación 140 Esta clase describe los costos básicos asociados con la fabricación y cómo estos costos se controlan de forma habitual.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951145 Introducción a la Contabilidad Gerencial 145 Esta clase explica los fundamentos de la contabilidad gerencial y cómo esta información ayuda al gerente a tomar decisiones informadas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951150 Principios de solución de conflictos 150 Esta clase cubre los pasos básicos que un gerente puede tomar para solucionar los conflictos en el lugar de trabajo y asegurarse de que los mismos conflictos no se presenten nuevamente.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951155 Solución de Conflictos para Distintos Grupos 155 Esta clase describe una variedad de situaciones en las cuales pueden ocurrir conflictos y ofrece consejos para los mejores enfoques para abordar aquellos conflictos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951160 Liderazgo de Equipos 160 Esta clase enseña lo básico de liderar efectivamente un equipo incluyendo la selección de miembros del equipo y la solución de conflictos. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951210 Administrando Administración el Lugar de Trabajo Diverso 210 Esta clase describe los asuntos que rodean la diversidad en el lugar de trabajo de hoy, así como describe algunas de las responsabilidades del empleador con respecto a la administración de la diversidad.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951215 Acoso y Discriminación 215 Esta clase cubre cómo identificar y prevenir el acoso y la discriminación en un lugar de trabajo diverso, así como algunas leyes federales que protegen a los trabajadores del acoso y la discriminación.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational951Esenciales de Supervisión (español)951230 Gestión de Desempeño y Derecho 230 Esta clase cubre las leyes laborales federales básicas que aplican a la manufactura.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401110 Principios Básicos de la Prensa 110 Esta clase nos brinda una introducción a las prensas más comunes, y sus componentes y funciones principales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401115 Seguridad en Estampado 115 En esta clase se describen las prácticas generales de seguridad que todas las personas del taller deben observar durante la operación de la prensa.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401120 Operaciones con Perforador y Troquel 120 En esta clase se estudian las operaciones comunes en el manejo de hoja de metal que se realizan con la ayuda de troqueles y prensas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401130 Componentes de Troquel 130 Esta clase introduce los principales componentes y funciones de los troqueles en una prensa.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401140 Equipo para manejo de rollos 140 Esta clase describe el equipo que se usa en una línea de prensa alimentada con rollo y explica los arreglos generales de la línea de bobinado.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401200 Variables de corte con troquel 200 En esta clase se describen los pasos que se realizan durante la operación de corte y se muestra como el espacio libre impacta el proceso de corte.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401220 Monitoreo de operaciones de prensa 220 Esta clase describe como usar los controles básicos de una prensa típica y explica como el operador de la prensa monitorea la operación de la misma.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401230 Componentes de sistema guía 230 Esta clase describe los componentes comunes del sistema de guía que se usan en los juegos de troqueles así como sus ventajas y desventajas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401235 Componentes del sistema desmoldeador 235 Esta clase describe los principales tipos de desmoldeadores y resortes que se usan en juegos de troqueles, así como sus ventajas y desventajas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401250 Procedimientos para carga de rollo 250 Esta clase explica cómo manejar y colocar apropiadamente el rollo al desdenrollador, también describe cómo engarzar el enderezador y alimentar el material del rollo al área de troquelesIntermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating401Estampado (español)401300 Procedimientos para preparación de troqueles 300 Esta clase describe cómo cambiar un troquel y explica los procedimientos apropiados para la preparación de troqueles.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating411Freno de Prensa (español)411100 Seguridad del freno de prensa 100 Esta clase proporciona una descripción de los procedimientos de seguridad para el freno de prensa, incluida una descripción de cómo ajustar los cables de retorno.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating411Freno de Prensa (español)411110 Componentes del freno de prensa 110 Esta clase identifica los principales componentes del freno de prensa y describe los diseños más comunes de frenos de prensa.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating411Freno de Prensa (español)411120 Principios del plegado 120 Esta clase describe los factores clave que afectan la operación de plegado en el freno de prensa y también analiza los tipos comunes de operaciones de formación y plegado.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating411Freno de Prensa (español)411130 Operaciones de plegado por matriz 130 Esta clase describe los diferentes tipos de pliegues que pueden formarse en el freno de prensa.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating411Freno de Prensa (español)411200 Operación del freno de prensa 200 Esta clase describe cómo operar un freno de prensa y también aborda los diferentes modos de operación y controles usados al operar un freno de prensa.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineStamping / Forming / Fabricating411Freno de Prensa (español)411220 Especificaciones del freno de prensa 220 Esta clase identifica las especificaciones comunes de los frenos de prensa y describe las diversas características y opciones disponibles para máquinas comunes.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571100 Introducción a los sistemas de fluidos 100 Esta clase proporciona una introducción a los sistemas de energía por intermedio de fluido, incluidos los componentes hidráulicos y neumáticos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571105 Seguridad en los sistemas hidráulicos y neumáticos 105 Esta clase trata sobre las prácticas de trabajo seguro con los sistemas hidráulicos y neumáticos e incluye información acerca de las medidas preventivas para peligros de seguridad en el lugar de trabajo industrial.Incluye un laboratorio interactivo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571110 Las fuerzas de la energía por intermedio de fluido 110 Esta clase proporciona una introducción a las fuerzas de energía por intermedio de fluido, incluidos multiplicación de la fuerza, trabajo, energía y potencia.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571120 Introducción a los componentes hidráulicos 120 Esta clase presenta una visión general de los componentes de un sistema hidráulico básico.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571125 Introducción a los componentes neumáticos 125 Esta clase describe los componentes básicos del sistema neumático.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571130 Introducción a los conductores de fluidos 130 Esta clase provee una visión global de los conductores de energía por intermedio de fluidos, incluidos tubos, tubería, mangueras y colectores.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571135 Accesorios para Sistemas de Fluidos 135 Esta clase provee una visión global de los accesorios, para los sistemas de energía por intermedio de fluidos, incluyendo accesorios para tubería, accesorios de tubería, accesorios para mangueras y los sellos que los hacen funcionar.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571140 Mantenimiento Preventivo para Sistemas de Fluidos 140 Esta clase provee una introducción al mantenimiento preventivo para sistemas de fluidos hidráulicos y neumáticos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571200 Variables de la Energía Hidráulica 200 Esta clase trata sobre las variables incluidas en la transmisión de energía hidráulica y cómo estas describen las capacidades del sistema hidráulico.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571205 Variables de Energía Neumática 205 Esta clase trata sobre las variables incluye das en la transmisión de energía neumática y cómo estas describen las capacidades del sistema hidráulico.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571210 Fuentes de Energía Hidráulica 210 Esta clase trata sobre los diferentes tipos de bombas hidráulicas y cómo estos crean el flujo de fluidos. También describe los motores primarios y las consideraciones para la selección de bombas y la unidad de motor para una aplicación específica.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571215 Fuentes de Energía Neumática 215 Esta clase describe los tipos diferentes de compresores y cómo estos generan el flujo de gas. También describe los motores primarios y factores principales a considerar, cuando se selecciona un compresor para una aplicación particular.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571220 Lectura de planos de sistemas de fluidos 220 Esta clase describe el trazado básico de los planos hidráulicos y neumáticos y aborda los símbolos más comunes usados para identificar los componentes.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571230 Válvulas de Control Hidráulico 230 Esta clase inspecciona los tipos más comunes de las válvulas de control hidráulico, y explica cómo funciona cada tipo dentro del sistema hidráulico. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571235 Válvulas de control neumático 235 Esta clase examina los tipos más comunes de válvulas de control neumático y explica cómo funciona cada tipo dentro de un sistema neumático.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571240 Aplicaciones de los Accionadores 240 Esta clase provee una visión global de los accionadores para los sistemas de energía por intermedio de fluidos, incluyendo cilindros, accionadores giratorios y motores de fluidos.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571310 Fundamentos de Diseño del Sistema Hidráulico 310 Esta clase provee una visión global de los circuitos hidráulicos básicos y cómo se diseñan para realizar tareas básicas.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571315 Diseño básico de circuitos neumáticos 315 Esta clase provee una visión global de los circuitos neumáticos básicos y cómo se diseñan para realizar tareas básicas.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571320 Selección de Fluidos Hidráulicos 320 Esta clase provee una visión global de los tipos de fluidos hidráulicos y las propiedades que los hacen ideales para ciertas aplicaciones.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571330 Contaminación y Selección de Filtros 330 Esta clase provee una visión global de la contaminación, los filtros hidráulicos y el mantenimiento de fluidos.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance571Hidráulica y neumática (español)571340 Principios hidráulicos y diseño del sistema 340 Esta clase proporciona una visión general de los cálculos matemáticos comunes que se usan para medir los componentes para fluidos durante la fase de diseño en la creación de circuitos.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351110 Medición básica 110 Esta clase presenta los dispositivos básicos de medición que se utilizan en el taller. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351115 Características de los instrumentos lineales 115 Esta clase describe las diversas características de instrumentos de medición lineal y explica cómo la variación afecta el proceso de inspección.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351120 Conceptos básicos de CMM 120 Esta clase identifica los tipos y componentes principales de la mesa de coordenadas y describe el sistema de coordenadas. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351130 Conceptos básicos del comparador óptico 130 Esta clase explica los principios de la inspección óptica y describe el comparador óptico.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351140 Medición de superficies 140 Esta clase identifica los diferentes tipos de textura superficial y describe cómo la textura superficial de una pieza afecta su uso.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351150 Visión general de roscas 150 Esta clase describe las diversas partes de una rosca de tornillo y cómo se fabrican las roscas. También cubre estándares y tolerancias de roscas, cómo se inspeccionan las roscas y las diversas herramientas que se utilizan para inspeccionarlas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351200 Introducción a GD&T 200 Esta clase introduce los conceptos fundamentales de dimensionamiento y tolerancias geométricas (GD&T) y describe los tipos principales de tolerancias incluidas en el estándar.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351210 Fundamentos de calibración 210 Esta clase describe el proceso de calibración y explica cómo los instrumentos de medición se derivan de estándares nacionales e internacionales.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351220 Inspección con CMM 220 Esta clase compara las ventajas y usos comunes de varios componentes y aplicaciones de software de las CMM.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351230 Inspección con comparadores ópticos 230 Esta clase compara diferentes tipos de comparadores ópticos y explica cómo trabajan mejor bajo diferentes condiciones.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351240 Inspección de agujeros 240 Esta clase explica diferentes características de los agujeros y describe cómo se utilizan calibradores específicos para diferentes aplicaciones de inspección de agujeros.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351250 Inspección de roscas 250 Esta clase describe las roscas comunes de tornillos, sus estándares y los métodos y dispositivos comunes que se utilizan para inspeccionarlas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351260 Pruebas de dureza 260 Esta clase proporciona una visión general de los métodos de pruebas de dureza más comunes y describe cómo interpretar los índices de dureza.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351300 Análisis del sistema de medición 300 Esta clase explica el propósito y los métodos de análisis del sistema de medición, incluidos la variación en la medición y los estudios de reproducibilidad y repetibilidad de calibrador.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational351Inspección (español)351310 Interpretación del GD&T 310 Esta clase explica las importantes reglas del GD&T y también describe cómo se especifican las características comunes en los planos GD&T. Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551110 Unidades eléctricas 110 Esta clase describe cómo fluye la electricidad y explica las unidades básicas utilizadas para medir electricidad.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551115 Seguridad para el trabajo eléctrico 115 Esta clase describe los riesgos de seguridad relacionados con la electricidad. También trata sobre las precauciones necesarias para trabajar con electricidad de manera segura.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551120 Introducción a los circuitos 120 Esta clase describe los componentes básicos de un circuito eléctrico y explica cómo se representan en dibujos esquemáticos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551130 Introducción al magnetismo 130 Esta clase cubre los principios fundamentales del magnetismo y explica su relación con la electricidad.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551140 Componentes del circuito DC 140 Esta clase explica la función y propósito de los diversos componentes utilizados en los circuitos DC.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551150 Visión general del NEC 150 Esta clase presenta el libro de códigos NEC y explica cómo es utilizado por los electricistas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551200 Cálculos de circuitos en serie 200 Esta clase cubre las formulas y las reglas para el cálculo de los valores de voltaje, corriente, resistencia y potencia en circuitos en serie de corriente continua. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551205 Cálculos de circuitos paralelos 205 Esta clase presenta las reglas y fórmulas para los cálculos de circuitos paralelos. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551210 Los fundamentos de CA 210 Esta clase presenta el concepto de corriente alterna (CA) y describe las variables que miden la potencia CA. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551220 Instrumentos eléctricos 220 Una visión global de los varios instrumentos de medición usados en el mantenimiento eléctrico. Se hablará de los principios básicos, el uso apropiado y los procedimientos de seguridad.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551225 Lectura de planos eléctricos 225 Esta clase explica los principios básicos de la lectura de los planos eléctricos con un énfasis en los símbolos esquemáticos. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551230 Fuentes de alimentación CC 230 Este curso presenta los diferentes medios a través de los cuales la potencia CC se crea y se usa. También aborda la generación de energía CC y los límites de sus aplicaciones. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551235 Fuentes de alimentación CA 235 Este curso introduce los diferentes medios a través de los cuales la potencia CA se crea y se usa. También cubre las ventajas de la CA en comparación con la CC y la transformación de potencia.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551240 Selección de conductores 240 Este curso describe los tipos diferentes de conductores y aislamientos y explica el dimensionamiento apropiado de cableado de acuerdo a las normas y cálculos del Código Nacional de Electricidad. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance551Mantenimiento Eléctrico (español)551250 Selección de baterías 250 Esta clase trata de los factores a base de los cuales las baterías se clasifican y describe muchos de los tipos más comunes de baterías. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501100 Introducción de los materiales 100 Esta clase identifica los materiales usados en la manufactura.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501110 Estructura de los metales 110 Esta clase describe la estructura cristalina de los metales y su importancia.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501115 Visión global de materiales plásticos 115 Esta clase describe los distintos tipos de plásticos y sus características.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501120 Propiedades mecánicas de los metales 120 Esta clase describe las propiedades comunes utilizados para distinguir los materiales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501130 Propiedades físicas de los metales 130 Esta clase presenta las características físicas y capacidades de metales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501135 Visión global de las propiedades de los plásticos 135 Esta clase describe las propiedades mecánicas y químicas de los plásticos y aborda cómo impactan en las consideraciones de diseño.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501140 Manufactura de los metales 140 Esta clase anda por los pasos de la manufactura de metales usando el acero como el ejemplo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501145 Visión global de los procesos para plásticos 145 Esta clase describe los procesos de fabricación de los plásticos más comunes y la maquinaria usada para fabricar componentes plásticos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501150 Clasificación de los metales 150 Esta clase presenta la clasificación AISE-SAE para los aceros.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501210 Metales ferrosos y sus aleaciones 210 Esta clase identifica las principales categorías, propiedades, y los usos de los aceros y sus aleaciones.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501220 Metales no ferrosos y aleaciones 220 Esta clase identifica las principales características, propiedades y usos de los metales no ferrosos y sus aleaciones.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501225 Principios de moldeo por inyección 255 This class will familiarize you with injection molding and the design concerns associated with injection molding.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501230 Tratamiento térmico del acero 230 Esta clase describe las distintas fases del acero al igual que los métodos comunes de tratamiento térmico para el acero.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501240 Plásticos 240 Esta clase identifica las principales categorías, propiedades y usos de los plásticos. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501250 Cerámicas 250 Esta clase identifica las principales categorías, propiedades y usos de las cerámicas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501255 Visión global de metales exóticos 225 Esta clase identificará y describirá los metales exóticos y las superaleaciones que se usan comúnmente cuando los materiales tradicionales son inadecuados. También describirá las propiedades físicas y mecánicas que hacen a los metales exóticos convenientes para estas industrias. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational501Materiales (español)501265 Principios de la termoformación 265 Esta clase describe el proceso de termoformación y explica las diferentes variaciones de la termoformación, incluida la formación a presión y la formación al vacío.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151110 Fundamentos de la Fresadora Manual 110 Esta clase describe los componentes básicos de la fresadora manual y también define los dispositivos comunes de sujeción, herramientas de corte y portaherramientas usados en la fresadora.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151115 Fundamentos del Torno Paralelo 115 Esta clase describe las partes básicas del torno paralelo, así como las herramientas de corte y dispositivos de sujeción usados en el torno paralelo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151200 Visión Global de Configuración de la Fresadora Manual 200 Esta clase describe la configuración apropiada para una operación típica de fresadora y explica cómo determinar las asignaciones de la fresadora, alinear los componentes de la fresadora y seleccionar las herramientas apropiadas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151205 Visión Global de la Configuración del Torno Paralelo 205 Esta clase describe la configuración apropiada para la operación de un torno típico y explica cómo alinear, ajustar y seleccionar los componentes en el torno.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151210 Operaciones de Trabajo de Banco y Trazado 210 Esta clase describe las operaciones comunes del trabajo de banco realizado en la fresadora antes y después de que se mecanice la pieza y describe las herramientas y procedimientos comunes de trazado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151220 Operación de la Fresadora Manual 220 Esta clase le guiará a través del mecanizado de una pieza común en la fresadora, así como le explicará las operaciones comunes del fresado llevado a cabo en la fresadora. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151225 Operación del Torno Paralelo 225 Esta clase le guía a través del mecanizado de una pieza cilíndrica usando operaciones de corte de diámetro interior y exterior así como le explica los principios generales que rodean cada operación.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151230 El Perforado en la Fresadora 230 Esta clase describe cómo realizar las operaciones comunes de perforado en la fresadora manual y explica los principios comunes acerca de cada proceso de perforado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151235 Roscado en el Torno Paralelo 235 Esta clase describe los componentes del torno manual, usados para el roscado y le explica cómo cortar e inspeccionar una rosca interna y externa.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining151Mecanizado manual (español)151240 Cilindrado cónico en el torno a motor 240 El cilindrado cónico en el torno a motor 240 es una clase de introducción que aborda métodos para girar piezas cónicas básicas en un torno a motor.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461200 Introducción a los motores eléctricos 200 Esta clase explica los diversos tipos de motores eléctricos que se utilizan en toda la industria y los principios que se aplican en la operación de motores.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461210 Símbolos y diagramas para motores 210 Esta clase describe los tipos comunes de símbolos de control de motores que se encuentran en la mayoría de los diagramas esquemáticos, así como sus funciones en aplicaciones de motores.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461220 Lógica y diagramas de escalera 220 Esta clase le enseñara las reglas básicas para los diagramas de escalera y sus elementos comunes. También aprenderá cómo los diagramas de escalera se construyen y cómo se utilizan como referencia.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461230 Aplicaciones de Motores CC 230 Esta clase se enfoca en los motores CC, sus partes principales y cómo se usan y mantienen.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461235 Solenoides 235 Esta clase describe los principios detrás de la operación con solenoides, enumera los tipos principales de solenoides y explica su función y aplicación.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461240 Aplicaciones de motores de CA 240 Esta clase describe las piezas comunes de los motores de CA, así como los distintos tipos y sus aplicaciones, mantenimiento e inquietudes sobre la detección y solución de problemas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461250 Contactores y arrancadores de motores 250 Esta clase proporciona información sobre el diseño y la función básicos de los contactores y arrancadores de motores.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461260 Dispositivos de control 260 En esta clase aprenderá acerca de los varios tipos de dispositivos de control, sus partes y cómo se utilizan los dispositivos de control en distintas aplicaciones.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461310 Circuitos de inversión de giro de motores 310 Esta clase describe maneras adecuadas para diseñar los circuitos de inversión de giro para el control de motores en muchos tipos de motores eléctricos, usando distintos tipos de arrancadores e interruptores.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461320 Sistemas de distribución 320 Esta clase describe los medios de distribución de energía a motores y otros dispositivos eléctricos dentro de un taller industrial común y se enfoca en los sistemas de distribución dentro del taller.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461330 Especificaciones para los servomotores 330 Esta clase aborda los tipos básicos de servomotores y los componentes que pueden utilizarse en un sistema servo.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461340 Temporizadores y contadores 340 Esta clase describe las funciones y aplicaciones de varios temporizadores y contadores mecánicos, electromecánicos y electrónicos.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461350 Dispositivos semiconductores electrónicos 350 Esta clase aborda las funciones y características de muchos dispositivos semiconductores electrónicos distintos.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461355 Dispositivos semiconductores ópticos 355 Esta clase cubre las características y funciones de los dispositivos semiconductores ópticos.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461360 Interruptores de fin de carrera y sensores de proximidad 360 Esta clase describe las propiedades y funciones de los interruptores de fin de carrera y los sensores de proximidad capacitivos, así como los sensores de efecto Hall.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461365 Dispositivos fotoeléctricos y ultrasónicos 365 Esta clase aborda las propiedades y funciones de los sensores fotoeléctricos y ultrasónicos.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461370 Arranque a tensión reducida 370 Esta clase describe los diversos métodos de arranque a tensión reducida y explica cuando se usa cada tipo de arrancador.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461375 Relés y arrancadores de estado sólido 375 Esta clase aborda las características y funciones de los relés y arrancadores de motores de estado sólido.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461380 Métodos de desaceleración 380 Esta clase describe los diversos métodos utilizados para causar la desaceleración de motores. Explica las situaciones en las que se necesita el frenado y muestra cómo se realiza el frenado.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance461Motor Controls (español)461385 Métodos de aceleración 385 Esta clase describirá los factores implicados en la aceleración de motores y cómo se relacionan entre sí. También explicará cómo se controla la velocidad y aceleración en diversos tipos de motores eléctricos. Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451200 Introducción a los PLC 200 Esta clase introduce las piezas y operaciones de los controladores lógicos programables (los PLC) y describe las funciones y los distintos lenguajes de programación que encontrará en la mayoría de los PLC.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451210 Hardware para los PLC 210 Esta clase aborda las características y funciones de distintos tipos de hardware de los PLC y proporciona procedimientos básicos para la detección y solución de problemas, así como consejos de mantenimiento.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451220 Fundamentos de la lógica de escalera 220 Esta clase describe los principios básicos de la lógica de escalera, identifica los símbolos utilizados para programar un PLC y explica las principales funciones lógicas que se crean a partir de esos símbolos. Incluye un Laboratorio Interactivo. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451230 Sistemas de numeración y códigos 230 Esta clase explica cómo convertir sistemas de números binarios, decimales, octales y hexadecimales y describe cómo estos sistemas se usan para transferir información para los PLC.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451240 Entradas y salidas de los PLC 240 Esta clase aborda distintos tipos, configuraciones, capacidades y conversiones de corriente para las E/S de los PLC.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451250 Programación básica 250 Esta clase le enseñará los fundamentos de la programación de los PLC mediante el uso de una lógica de escalera. La clase identifica los comandos comunes de los PLC y describe cómo usar estos comandos para programar un controlador. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451260 Temporizadores y contadores de los PLC 260 Esta clase explica cómo funcionan los distintos tipos de temporizadores y contadores de los PLC.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451270 Conexión de redes para los PLC 270 Esta clase aborda los principios básicos de la conexión de redes y proporciona una introducción a algunas redes industriales comunes.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451280 Programadores de mano de los PLC 280 Esta clase aborda las funciones básicas y características de los programadores de mano.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451300 Diagramas y programas de los PLC 300 Esta clase le enseñará cómo convertir diagramas de escalera y diagramas de cableado para su uso con los PLC.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451305 Visión global de los registros de los PLC 305 Esta clase presenta la manera en que las señales digitales se convierten en datos binarios y cómo se almacenan estos datos en varios tipos de registros. Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451310 Instrucciones del control de programa de los PLC 310 Esta clase aborda algunas de las instrucciones del control de programa más comunes para los PLC.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451320 Matemáticas para los PLC 320 Esta clase aborda las funciones matemáticas comunes para los PLC, así como los valores enteros y decimales y códigos numéricos incluidos en los cálculos matemáticos de los PLC.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451330 Instrucciones del secuenciador para los PLC 330 Esta clase aborda las instrucciones del secuenciador para los PLC.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451340 Prácticas de instalación de los PLC 340 Esta clase aborda los pasos apropiados para la planificación e instalación de un sistema de PLC básico.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451350 Control PID para los PLC 350 Esta clase aborda los efectos de control PID en sistemas de lazo cerrado, así como los métodos de ajuste del controlador para lograr el rendimiento deseado.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451360 Manipulación de datos 360 Esta clase explica las funciones básicas del movimiento de datos y describe cómo y por qué se usan estas funciones.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance451PLCs (español)451370 Registros de desplazamiento 370 Esta clase explica los diversos desplazamientos de registros que pueden usarse en un PLC.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431200 Fundamentos de los PLC de Siemens 200 Esta clase presenta las partes y operaciones de los controladores lógicos programables (los PLC) de Siemens y describe las funciones y los distintos lenguajes de programación que encontrará en estos PLC.Beginner Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431210 Hardware de los PLC de Siemens 210 Esta clase describe los elementos básicos del hardware de los PLC de Siemens. También abarca los métodos de comunicación entre los elementos del hardware y trata sobre las directrices básicas para la instalación de los PLC.Beginner Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431220 Números, códigos y tipos de datos para los PLC de Siemens 220 Esta clase examina los tipos básicos de números, códigos y datos utilizados por los PLC de Siemens. Se abarcan los números binarios, octales, decimales y hexadecimales, así como los distintos tipos de números enteros y notación científica.Beginner Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431230 Comunicación de los PLC de Siemens 230 Esta clase proporciona una visión completa de las técnicas y los dispositivos utilizados por los PLC (controladores lógicos programables) de Siemens para comunicarse con otros dispositivos.Beginner Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431240 Entradas y salidas de los PLC de Siemens 240 Esta clase incluye la variedad de módulos y dispositivos de entrada/salida y dispositivos de los PLC. Además, la clase aborda el direccionamiento y la configuración, así como la utilización de las etiquetas de los PLC.Beginner Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431250 Interfaces hombre-máquina de Siemens 250 Esta clase proporciona una visión global de los distintos tipos de los dispositivos y sistemas HMI utilizados por los PLC de Siemens.Beginner Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431260 Los PLC modulares SIMATIC de Siemens 260 Esta clase proporciona una descripción breve de las distintas variedades de los PLC SIMATIC y una visión global más a fondo de los PLC modular en particular.Beginner Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431270 Conceptos de programación de los PLC de Siemens 270 Esta clase tratará de los conceptos básicos de la programación de los PLC de Siemens. Se abordará tanto la programaciónlineal como la programación modular, así como los tipos distintos de software de ingeniería de los PLC de Siemens y la utilización de memoria de los programas de los PLC. Intermediate Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431280 Programación por lenguaje de contactos básica para los PLC de Siemens 280 Esta clase explica cómo se utiliza la programación por lenguaje de contactos básica para programar los PLC. Examina las reglas básicas que se utilizan para construir un programa por lenguaje de contactos, incluidas las funciones lógicas de Boole. Posteriormente, ilustra estas reglas y cómo se relacionan con los circuitos cableados mostrando los varios métodos utilizados para crear una aplicación de control de arranque-parada.Intermediate Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431290 Programación básica por diagrama de bloques funcionales para los PLC de Siemens 290 Esta clase explica cómo se usa la programación por diagrama de bloques de funcionales para programar los PLC. Examina las reglas básicas que se utilizan para construir un programa por FBD, incluidas las funciones lógicas de Boole. Posteriormente, ejemplifica estas reglas y cómo se relacionan con el cableado mostrando los varios métodos utilizados para crear una aplicación de control adelante-atrás.Intermediate Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431300 Temporizadores y contadores de lenguaje de contactos para los PLC de Siemens 300 Esta clase explica cómo se utiliza la programación por lenguaje de contactos para programar los temporizadores y contadores. Examina las normas básicas para cada tipo de temporizador y contador utilizado en la programación por LD para los PLC S7-1200.Advanced Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431310 Temporizadores y contadores de diagrama de bloques funcionales para los PLC de Siemens 310 Esta clase explica cómo se utiliza la programación por diagrama de bloques funcionales para programar los temporizadores y contadores. Examina las normas básicas para cada tipo de temporizador y contador utilizado en la programación FBD para los PLC S7-1200.Advanced Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431320 Instrucciones adicionales sobre el lenguaje de contactos para los PLC de Siemens 320 Esta clase describe las instrucciones de lógica de bits utilizadas en un programa por lenguaje de contactos. Posteriormente, profundiza más sobre instrucciones de comparación, de matemáticas, mover, convertir, salto, etiquetado, lógica de palabras, desplazamiento y de giro.Advanced Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431330 Instrucciones adicionales sobre los diagramas de bloques funcionales para los PLC de Siemens 330 Esta clase describe las instrucciones de lógica de bits utilizadas en un programa por diagrama de bloques funcionales. Posteriormente, profundiza más sobre instrucciones de comparación, matemáticas, mover, convertir, salto, etiquetado, lógica de palabra, desplazamiento y de giro.Advanced Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431340 Los PLC SIMATIC S7-1200 de Siemens 340 Esta clase describe los PLC SIMATIC S7-1200 y los diversos módulos S7-1200 que componen el PLC. Además, proporciona una visión global del software STEP 7 Basic (TIA Portal) utilizado para configurar y programar el PLC, así como las diversas tecnologías integradas S7-1200.Advanced Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431350 Los PLC SIMATIC S7-1500 de Siemens 350 Esta clase describe los PLC SIMATIC S7-1500 y los diversos módulos S7-1500. Esta clase también resume las capacidades del software STEP 7 Professional (TIA Portal) utilizado para configurar y programar los PLC S7-1500.Advanced Spanish
OnlineMaintenance431PLCs: Siemens (español)431360 Safety Integrated for Factory Automation de Siemens 360 Esta clase describe la Safety Integrated for Factory Automation (seguridad integrada para la automatización de fábricas) de Siemens, la cual incorpora tecnología de seguridad en automatización estándar, reduce considerablemente los costos de la ingeniería, y asegura una operación confiable y eficiente, y permitiendo mayor disponibilidad.Advanced Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes681Recubrimeientos (español)681110 Introducción a la composición de recubrimientos 110 Esta clase aborda los componentes esenciales del recubrimiento, así como los riesgos ambientales que poseen los disolventes y las alternativas al uso de los disolventes como portadores para recubrimientos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes681Recubrimeientos (español)681120 Preparación de superficies para recubrimientos 120 Esta clase aborda varias opciones para la preparación de superficies que se realiza antes de la aplicación de recubrimientos. La clase también aborda la naturaleza de superficies comunes.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes681Recubrimeientos (español)681140 Procesos para aplicar recubrimientos 140 Esta clase abarca los procesos usados para aplicar recubrimientos a una variedad de superficies. Esta clase incluye descripciones de recubrimientos manuales, recubrimientos automatizados, galvanización y recubrimientos en polvo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes681Recubrimeientos (español)681150 Defectos en recubrimientos 150 Esta clase aborda los tipos comunes de defectos en recubrimientos, así como también las causas relacionadas y técnicas de prevención.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes681Recubrimeientos (español)681170 Resolución de problemas de los defectos en los recubrimientos 170 En esta clase aprenderá los conceptos básicos del sistema de resolución de problemas del recubrimiento. También aprenderá acerca de las herramientas comúnmente usadas para implementar un sistema de resolución de problemas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational581Rigging (español)581110 Introducción al aparejo de maquinaria 110 Esta clase aborda el equipo básico de aparejo, cálculo de cargas, equipo de inspección y seguimiento de precauciones de seguridad.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational581Rigging (español)581120 Equipos de aparejo 120 Esta clase aborda los diversos tipos de equipo utilizado en el aparejo, las propiedades de las cuerdas y cadenas, nudos básicos, cotes y configuraciones de cuerdas de fibra, así como accesorios y sujetadores terminales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational581Rigging (español)581130 Equipo para izado y para movimiento 130 Esta clase aborda los diferentes tipos de dispositivos de izado, el quipo para movimiento y los andamios que se usan para el aparejo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational581Rigging (español)581210 Inspección y seguridad del aparejo 210 Esta clase aborda los procedimientos básicos para la inspección y seguridad del equipo de aparejo y los dispositivos de izado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational581Rigging (español)581220 Mecánica del aparejo 220 Esta clase aborda las leyes mecánicas relacionadas con el aparejo, así como las prácticas básicas para calcular el peso de la carga y determinar su centro de gravedad. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471110 Introducción a la Robótica 110 Esta clase cubre las clasificaciones, características y funciones de los robots industriales, así como las precauciones de seguridad básicas para trabajar con robots..Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471115 Seguridad de los robots 115 Esta clase aborda los diferentes métodos de protección para los trabajadores ante accidentes con robots industriales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471120 Componentes de los Robots 120 Esta clase cubre las funciones y características de los distintos componentes del robot industrial.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471125 Efectores Terminales 125 Esta clase describe los diferentes tipos de efectores terminales y sus usos. También explica el tema de acomodación y describe cómo mantener los efectores terminales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471130 Aplicaciones para Robots 130 Esta clase cubre las aplicaciones más comunes de los robots industriales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471140 Ejes de los robots 140 Esta clase describirá los ejes más comunes de los robots. Explicará cómo entender estos ejes y cómo se usan para controlar el movimiento de los robots.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471150 Sensores de robots 150 Esta clase describe los diversos tipos de sensores que proveen datos de retroalimentación a los robots. También explica las categorías de los sensores y muestra cómo se usan los sensores en la robótica industrial.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471160 Solución de problemas de robots 160 En esta clase se presentará el proceso de solución de problemas y aprenderá cómo identificar problemas y sus causas. Además, se abordarán algunos problemas específicos del uso de robots y la identificación de causas y soluciones comunes.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471170 Mantenimiento de robots 170 Esta clase le enseñará la importancia del mantenimiento, así como los diversos enfoques y métodos usados actualmente por trabajadores de mantenimiento para asegurar que los robots industriales rindan de manera óptima.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471210 Conceptos para la programación de robots 210 Esta clase cubre los conceptos fundamentales requeridos para la programación de robots industriales.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471220 Accionamientos, hardware y componentes robóticos 220 Esta clase describe los componentes físicos de los robots industriales. También describe cómo estos dispositivos se mueven y causan movimiento para realizar el trabajo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471230 Instalaciones de robots 230 Esta clase aborda los pasos básicos para la instalación y el mantenimiento del robot industrial.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471240 Sistemas de control robótico 240 En esta clase aprenderá acerca de los tipos básicos de sistemas de control. Aprenderá también acerca de los efectos del control PID en los sistemas de control en lazo cerrado y cómo ajustar su sistema a fin de alcanzar el rendimiento deseado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471250 Sistemas de visión 250 Esta clase describe cómo funcionan los sistemas de visión y cómo se usan en la industria. También describe las consideraciones sobre el montaje de cámaras y la iluminación. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance471Robotics (español)471260 Integración de redes industriales 260 Esta clase describe las maneras comunes de usar redes para la fabricación. También describe las consideraciones de red prácticas e identifica algunas de las tecnologías utilizadas para hacer que las redes industriales funcionen correctamente.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851100 Introducción a OSHA 100 Esta clase abarca las metas y los propósitos de la Administración de Seguridad y Salud Laboral, incluidos los estándares, programas e interacciones con empleadores y empleados.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851110 Seguridad y prevención de incendios 110 Esta clase señala las medidas de seguridad y prevención de incendios de OSHA y describe los planes de acción para emergencias, planes de prevención de incendios, detectores y alarmas de incendios, así como el equipo de extinción de incendios.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851115 Patógenos transportados por la sangre 115 Esta clase señala cómo se trasmiten los patógenos transportados por la sangre e incluye información sobre medidas y procedimientos preventivos para las exposiciones en lugares de trabajo de la industria manufacturera.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851120 Equipo de protección personal 120 Esta clase aborda los requerimientos de equipo de protección personal (EPP) exigidos por la Administración de Seguridad y Salud Laboral e incluye información acerca de la evaluación de peligros, selección de EPP y estándares que rigen el EPP.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851130 Procedimientos de bloqueo y etiquetado 130 Esta clase presenta los requerimientos y procedimientos de bloqueo y etiquetado e incluye una explicación de la participación de los empleados durante el bloqueo y etiquetado.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851135 Seguridad para dispositivos elevadores 135 Esta clase aborda los requerimientos de la Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ambiental sobre seguridad del equipo y dispositivos elevadores e incluye información acerca de equipo y dispositivos elevadores comúnmente utilizados para manejo de materiales, inspecciones y pruebas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851140 Protección de máquinas 140 Esta clase cubre las prácticas y dispositivos de protección de máquina más comunes e incluye información sobre componentes peligrosos de la máquina, movimientos y acciones.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851145 Seguridad con herramientas de mano y eléctricas 145 Esta clase cubre los lineamientos generales de seguridad para usar herramientas de mano y herramientas de mano eléctricas, tal como es regulado por OSHA.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851150 Peligros para la seguridad ambiental 150 Esta clase explica los diferentes tipos y niveles de peligros ambientales en el lugar de trabajo y cómo los empleados pueden estar expuestos a estos peligros.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851155 Líquidos combustibles e inflamables 155 Esta clase describe los peligros relacionados con líquidos combustibles e inflamables y explica los métodos adecuados para el almacenamiento, manejo y transferencia segura de estos líquidos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851160 MSDS y comunicación de peligros 160 Esta clase aborda los diferentes tipos de peligros químicos, estándares para peligros químicos y la manera en que la información sobre peligros químicos llega al empleado, inclusive por medio de las MSDS.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851165 Seguridad de fluidos en trabajo con metales 165 Esta clase explica los riesgos para la salud y seguridad inherentes a manejar fluidos en el trabajo con metales. También describe las prácticas de seguridad que ayudan a reducir la exposición a los fluidos del trabajo con metales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851170 Reducción del ruido y conservación de la audición 170 Esta clase explica las causas del daño a la audición y describe cómo evitar la exposición al ruido excesivo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851180 Superficies para caminar y para trabajar 180 Esta clase aborda los requerimientos necesarios para procurar la seguridad en las superficies típicas para caminar y trabajar, tales como plataformas, escaleras, escaleras portátiles y andamios.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851190 Espacios confinados 190 Esta clase cubre los diferentes tipos de espacios confinados y los peligros que éstos presentan, la participación y responsabilidades de empleadores y empleados y las prácticas de trabajo y precauciones de seguridad a tomar con espacios confinados.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851195 Seguridad respiratoria 195 Esta clase cubre los tipos más comunes de respiradores e incluye información sobre pruebas de ajuste, evaluación médica y capacitación para los empleados.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational851Seguridad (español)851210 Seguridad con vehículos industriales motorizados 210 Esta clase cubre diferentes tipos de vehículos industriales motorizados, como los montacargas, e incluye lineamientos para el uso, requerimientos de capacitación y principios de estabilidad.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561100 Introducción a los sistemas mecánicos 100 Esta clase examina las máquinas simples tales como la palanca y el plano inclinado, y aborda los componentes básicos de las ciencias físicas, incluidas la ventaja mecánica y fricción.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561105 Seguridad para el trabajo mecánico 105 Esta clase describe las medidas de seguridad para realizar el mantenimiento en sistemas mecánicos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561110 Las fuerzas de las máquinas 110 Esta clase identifica los diversos tipos de fuerzas mecánicas y describe cómo estas fuerzas actúan sobre los objetos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561120 Componentes de transmisión de energía 120 Esta clase trata sobre el proceso de transmisión de energía mecánica y describe los componentes usados para transmitir dicha energía.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561130 Principios de lubricantes 130 Esta clase describe diferentes tipos de lubricantes industriales y explica la importancia de procedimientos de lubricación adecuados. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561200 Variables de la energía mecánica 200 Esta clase aborda las variables involucradas en la transmisión de energía mecánica y cómo actúan en los procesos industriales. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561210 Aplicaciones de Cojinetes 210 Esta clase describe los diferentes tipos de cojinetes, las condiciones de operación en las cuales se usan y los factores importantes para la instalación y mantenimiento adecuados de los principales tipos de cojinetes disponibles. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561220 Aplicaciones de Resortes 220 Esta clase habla de los distintos tipos de resortes, cómo se usan en las máquinas y cómo seleccionar el resorte correcto para una aplicación particular.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561230 Aplicaciones de Transmisiones por Correa 230 Esta clase explica cómo se usan los sistemas de transmisión por correa y habla de los distintos tipos de correas utilizadas en la industria. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561240 Geometría de los engranajes 240 Esta clase aborda la geometría y el diseño de engranajes que se usan comúnmente en la industria.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561245 Aplicaciones de los engranajes 245 Esta clase trata los varios tipos de engranajes que se utilizan en la industria e incluye información sobre cómo se usan, mantienen y clasifican los engranajes.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMaintenance561Sistemas mecánicos (español)561250 Aplicaciones para embragues y frenos 250 Esta clase describe los distintos tipos de embragues y frenos, las condiciones operativas en las cuales se usan y puntos de interés sobre la instalación, el mantenimiento y la seguridad.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651100 ¿Qué es la soldadura oxigas? 100 Esta clase describe los conceptos básicos de la soldadura oxigas, incluidos los equipos y gases necesarios para soldar. También describe los demás procesos para los que se puede usar un soplete de gas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651105 Seguridad para la soldadura oxigas 105 Esta clase aborda los procedimientos básicos de seguridad para manejar los equipos de soldadura con oxigas, incluidos los equipos de protección personal, ventilación y seguridad contra incendios.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651110 ¿Qué es la soldadura por arco? 110 Esta clase presenta las ventajas de la soldadura por arco como proceso de unión y explica los fundamentos de la soldadura por arco.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651115 Seguridad en la soldadura por arco 115 Esta clase describe las prácticas generales de seguridad que todos los soldadores deben observar durante los procedimientos de soldadura por arco.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651120 Procesos de soldadura por arco 120 Esta clase describe los diversos procesos de soldadura por arco, así como las ventajas y desventajas particulares de cada proceso.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651130 Visión general de los tipos de soldadura 130 Esta clase describe los diversos tipos de unión y soldadura, las posiciones para soldar y los posibles defectos de soldadura en una unión soldada.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651140 Energía eléctrica para soldadura por arco 140 Esta clase describe las variables eléctricas, la trayectoria de la electricidad y el efecto de la electricidad en el proceso de soldadura por arco.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651160 Introducción a la soldadura de arco sumergido 160 Esta clase describe el proceso de soldadura de arco sumergido, así como sus ventajas y limitaciones.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651200 Metales ferrosos para soldadura 200 Esta clase proporciona una visión general de los metales ferrosos comunes usados para soldadura por arco.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651205 Metales no ferrosos para soldadura 205 Esta clase le proporciona una visión general de las propiedades de los metales no ferrosos comunes que se usan en la soldadura por arco.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651207 Aplicaciones de la soldadura con oxigas 207 Esta clase describe los procedimientos para el uso y mantenimiento del equipo de soldadura con oxigas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651210 Aplicaciones SMAW 210 Esta clase describe el proceso SMAW y las variables que afectan la elección de electrodo, las variables eléctricas y los métodos para iniciar y extinguir el arco.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651220 Aplicaciones GMAW 220 Esta clase describe el proceso GMAW y las variables que afectan la selección del gas protector, la selección del electrodo, los métodos de transferencia de metal y orientación del electrodo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651230 Aplicaciones FCAW 230 Esta clase describa el proceso FCAW y las variables que afectan la selección del electrodo, la selección del gas protector y la orientación del electrodo. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651240 Aplicaciones GTAW 240 Esta clase describe el proceso GTAW y las variables que afectan la corriente para soldadura, la selección del electrodo, la preparación del electrodo y los métodos para iniciar el arco.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651250 Símbolos y códigos para la soldadura por arco 250 Esta clase describe los símbolos para soldadura y la manera de leerlos. Además, explica la importancia de los códigos para soldadura y de los procedimientos involucrados en una aplicación de soldadura.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651255 Aplicaciones de SAW 255 Esta clase describe lo que es SAW y cómo realizar una soldadura de arco sumergido.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651260 Fuentes de energía para soldadura por arco 260 Esta clase describe diferentes tipos de fuentes de energía para soldadura por arco y explica cómo cada fuente de energía produce energía para soldadura. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651265 Corte con plasma 265 Esta clase describe el equipo para el corte con plasma y los procedimientos básicos para el corte, raspado y perforación con plasma.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651270 Selección de electrodos 270 Esta clase describe las características de los electrodos para los cuatro procesos principales de soldadura por arco y explica la manera de seleccionar el electrodo apropiado para una aplicación de soldadura específica.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651280 Inspección visual de las soldaduras 280 Esta clase le enseñará acerca de la inspección visual de las soldaduras, los equipos usados durante la inspección visual, el procedimiento correcto de inspección y las discontinuidades comunes en la superficie de la soldadura.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineWelding651Soldadura (español)651310 Aleaciones de aluminio para soldadura por arco 310 Esta clase describe las características del aluminio para soldadura y explica cómo sus propiedades afectan cada variable del proceso de soldadura.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes661Soldadura blanda (español)661110 ¿Qué es la soldadura blanda? 110 Esta clase proporciona una visión general de los componentes y las herramientas básicos utilizados en la soldadura blanda. Además, analiza brevemente la importancia de la soldadura blanda en la industria de electrónicos y aborda los procedimientos básicos para la preparación, seguridad y limpieza en la soldadura blanda.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes661Soldadura blanda (español)661115 Seguridad en la soldadura blanda 115 Esta clase describe los peligros y las precauciones comunes para la seguridad en el trabajo con la soldadura blanda. Incluye un laboratorio interactivo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes661Soldadura blanda (español)661130 Equipos de soldadura 130 Esta clase proporciona una introducción a la selección de equipos básico para la soldadura blanda, incluido el equipo de seguridad. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes661Soldadura blanda (español)661200 Aplicaciones de soldadura blanda 200 Esta clase describe las habilidades esenciales para el manejo correcto de la soldadura blanda y explica cómo inspeccionar una unión terminada y cómo retrabajar o reparar una unión defectuosa.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes661Soldadura blanda (español)661210 Selección del metal de aportación y fundente 210 Esta clase describe los diferentes tipos de metales de aportación y fundentes, además explica cómo seleccionarlos para las diferentes aplicaciones específicas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes661Soldadura blanda (español)661220 Soldadura de PCB 220 Esta clase describe cómo crear y reparar ensambles de circuitos impresos mediante la aplicación o remoción de soldadura blanda de diferentes tipos de componentes electrónicos en tarjetas de circuitos impresos (PCB).Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes661Soldadura blanda (español)661230 Soldadura libre de plomo 230 Esta clase cubre las características específicas,el perfil térmico y los requerimientos para fundentes de los metales de aportación libres plomo, así como los procedimientos a seguir cuando utilice estos nuevos metales de aportación. Incluye un Laboratorio Interactivo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining101Sujeción de piezas (español)101104 Introducción a la sujeción 104 Esta clase presenta el rol de un posicionador y portapiezas típico. Se discuten los componentes de un portapiezas y posicionador.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining101Sujeción de piezas (español)101106 Principios de soporte y ubicación 106 Esta clase presenta el principio del proceso de ubicación de una manera práctica.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining101Sujeción de piezas (español)101107 Dispositivos de ubicación 107 Esta clase describe los ubicadores comunes y sus preparaciones iniciales.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining101Sujeción de piezas (español)101108 Fundamentos de fijación 108 Esta clase cubre los fundamentos sobre la sujeción de piezas de trabajo. Serán abordados temas básicos sobre fijación en el contexto de las abrazaderas de uso común.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining101Sujeción de piezas (español)101110 Mandriles, pinzas portapiezas y prensas de banco 110 Esta clase identifica y describe los usos para los sujetadores de piezas más simples.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining101Sujeción de piezas (español)101200 Construcción del cuerpo del posicionador 200 Esta clase discute las formas comunes del cuerpo de herramientas y las consideraciones materiales y de costos relacionadas con su construcción.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining101Sujeción de piezas (español)101210 Conceptos básicos sobre el diseño de posicionadores 210 Esta clase identifica los factores principales a considerar al comenzar el diseño de un posicionador a la medida.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining101Sujeción de piezas (español)101230 Selección de casquillos para brocas 230 Esta clase identificará los principales grupos de casquillos y su uso apropiado.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701100 Introducción al ensamblaje 100 Esta clase describe los métodos comunes de ensamblaje de sujeción mecánica, unión por adhesivo y soldadura autógena.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701105 Seguridad para ensamblaje 105 Esta clase introduce las directrices de seguridad generales para el ensamblaje.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701110 Introducción a las Roscas de Sujetadores 110 Esta clase describe las roscas de sujetadores y sus características, y explica los diferentes estándares y clasificaciones de roscas. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701115 Descripción de Seguros 115 Esta clase describe tipos comunes de seguros roscados y no roscados así como sus componentes y aplicaciones.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701117 Descripción de Seguros Roscados 117 Esta clase resumen los varios tipos de seguros roscados usados en ensamblajes y describe sus aplicaciones comunes.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701120 Herramientas para sujetadores roscados 120 Esta clase describe los diferentes tipos de herramientas de ensamblaje comúnmente usados con los sujetadores roscados.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701125 Descripción de Sujetadores no Roscados 125 Esta clase resume los diferentes tipos de sujetadores no roscados usados en unidades y describe sus aplicaciones comunes.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701130 Introducción a la Ergonomía de los sujetadores 130 Esta clase presenta la ergonomía y analiza las preocupaciones ergonómicas asociadas con el ensamblaje.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701200 Propiedades de los Sujetadores 200 Esta clase describe las propiedades clave de los sujetadores de acero y las fallas comunes de los sujetadores que pueden ocurrir.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701210 Entender el par de torsión 210 Esta clase explica el par de torsión, cómo obtenerlo y cómo aplicarlo a las uniones empernadas. Incluye un Laboratorio Interactivo.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineAssembly / Final Stage Processes701Sujetadores (español)701215 Selección de Sujetadores Roscados 215 Esta clase describe cómo seleccionar un sujetador roscado y cómo instalar una combinación de perno y tuerca en la unión.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801100 Fundamentos de matemáticas 100 Esta clase explica cómo sumar, restar, multiplicar y dividir para resolver un problema siguiendo el orden de operaciones correcto.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801105 Matemáticas: Fracciones y decimales 105 Esta clase explica cómo sumar, restar, multiplicar y dividir fracciones y decimales así como convertirlos a porcentajes.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801115 Matemáticas: Unidades de medición 115 Esta clase trata de unidades de medición comunes, que usted encuentra en manufactura. También aprenderá a convertir de una unidad de medición a otra.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801120 Fundamentos de tolerancia 120 En esta clase se definen y se describen los principios básicos de la tolerancia y su presencia dentro de la fabricación.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801130 Lectura de planos 130 Esta clase tiene como objetivo interpretar la información brindada en un plano, haciendo énfasis en lo que se refiere a la parte del dibujo.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801155 Geometría: líneas y ángulos 155 Esta clase describe las propiedades de línea y ángulos y demuestra cómo son utilizadas para resolver diagramas-muestra de piezas. Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801165 Geometría: triángulos 165 Esta clase describe las propiedades de los diversos tipos de triángulos y demuestra cómo se les utiliza para resolver diagramas-muestra de piezas.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801170 Visión general de la geometría para talleres 170 Esta clase identifica las características básicas de las formas geométricas y las características de triángulos, cuadriláteros y círculos.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801185 Geometría: Círculos y polígonos 185 Esta clase explica la geometría básica del círculo y el polígono y cómo aplicarla a diagramas de taller simples.Beginner1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801200 Visión general de álgebra para taller 200 Esta clase explica los principios básicos del álgebra y le muestra cómo resolver ecuaciones que contengan operaciones múltiples.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801205 Trigonometría: Teorema de Pitágoras 205 Esta clase introduce al teorema de Pitágoras y explica la manera de aplicar esta regla para encontrar información desconocida en diagramas de muestra de piezas.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801210 Trigonometría de taller 210 Esta clase presenta ejemplos de cómo la trigonometría se aplica al taller. Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801215 Trigonometría: Seno, coseno y tangente 215 Esta clase explica cómo usar el seno, coseno y la tangente para encontrar información acerca de los lados y ángulos de triángulos rectángulos en diagramas de taller.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801220 Estadística 220 Esta clase cubre los principales conceptos de la estadística y los relaciona a las situaciones del taller.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801225 Trigonometría: Aplicaciones de la barra de seno 225 Esta clase explica cómo usar la barra de seno para fines de maquinado e inspección, y le explica con ejemplos paso por paso cómo usar las razones trigonométricas y la barra de seno para encontrar información faltante en planos de taller.Intermediate1.0Spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801230 Interpretación de planos 230 Esta clase proporciona una visión general de las características comunes que se encuentran en planos y de cómo inspeccionarlos correctamente.Intermediate1.0spanish
OnlineFoundational801Taller Básico (español)801310 Conceptos del cálculo 310 Esta clase aborda los conceptos básicos del cálculo.Advanced1.0Spanish
OnlineMachining252中文 - Abrasives (Chinese)252110 什么是磨削?110 本课程介绍磨削行为、解释切屑是如何形成的,以及砂轮的保养与安全。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining252中文 - Abrasives (Chinese)252120 磨削加工 120 本课程区别磨削加工的主要类型并说明如何在机床上实施这些操作。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining252中文 - Abrasives (Chinese)252230 修整与整形 230 本课程介绍对标准砂轮进行平衡、整形和修整的常见方法。中级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302100 CNC的历史与定义100 本课程概述现代CNC机床的起源与发展。Beginner1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302110 数控机理110 本课程介绍在数控系统中工件和刀具是如何运动的。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302120 数控车削中心基础120 本课程介绍车削中心的基本组成及其所使用的装置。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302130 数控加工中心基础130 本课程介绍加工中心的基本组成及其所使用的装置初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302135 CNC走心式车床基础135 本课程介绍走心式车床的基本部件,以及常见的刀具和加工操作。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302140 数控坐标系 140 本课程说明如何在数控机床上使用坐标系。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302150 零件程序 150 本课程介绍CNC零件程序中所使用的主要代码组。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302160 CAD/CAM概述160 本课程介绍利用计算机设计和制造零件的一般过程以及CAD/CAM软件的基本特征。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302200 数控手动操作200 本课程介绍允许数控操作员手动执行操作的控制特点。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302210 CNC偏置 210 本课程确定设置数控操作所必需的刀具调整。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302220 数控铣床的规格 220 本课程介绍数控铣床的常见规格参数,以及不同机床的配置和可选配置。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302225 数控车床的规格 225 本课程介绍数控车床的常见规格,以及不同车床的各种配置和可选配置。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302280 车削编程 280 本课程阐述简单车削程序的编写和执行中的关键问题。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining302中文 - CNC (Chinese)302310 固定循环310 本课程介绍加工中心和车削中心常见的固定循环操作。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineFoundational352中文 - Inspection (Chinese)352110 基础测量 110 本课程介绍在车间所使用的基本测量仪器。初级1.0Chinese
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OnlineFoundational502中文 - Materials (Chinese)502140 金属制造 140 本课程以钢为例介绍金属制造的步骤 。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineFoundational502中文 - Materials (Chinese)502150 金属分类 150 本课程介绍钢的AISI-SAE分类系统。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining202中文 - Metal Cutting (Chinese)202110 金属切削加工110 本课程介绍传统的机械加工,如金属切割和磨削,以及一些特种加工方法。 初级1.0Chinese
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OnlineMachining202中文 - Metal Cutting (Chinese)202140 切削加工 140 本课程全面介绍车间所进行的常见金属切削加工。初级1.0Chinese
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OnlineMachining202中文 - Metal Cutting (Chinese)202210 切削液210 本课程将辨别各种主要的切削液及其使用方法。中级1.0Chinese
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OnlineFoundational802中文 - Shop Essentials (Chinese)802310 微积分的概念 310 本课程学习微积分的基本概念。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineWelding652中文 - Welding (Chinese)652110 什么是电弧焊?110 本课程介绍电弧焊作为一种联接方法的优点,以及电弧焊的基本原理。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineWelding652中文 - Welding (Chinese)652120 电弧焊工艺 120 本课程介绍几种不同的电弧焊方法,以及每种方法的优缺点。初级1.0Chinese
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OnlineWelding652中文 - Welding (Chinese)652210 SMAW应用 210 本课程介绍SMAW方法、影响电极选择的变量、电参数以及引燃与熄灭电弧的方法。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineWelding652中文 - Welding (Chinese)652220 GMAW应用 220 本课程介绍GMAW方法以及影响保护气体选择、电极选择、金属过渡方式与电极定位的变量。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineWelding652中文 - Welding (Chinese)652230 FCAW应用 230 本课程介绍FCAW方法以及影响电极选择、保护气体选择与电极定位的变量。初级1.0Chinese
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OnlineMachining102中文 - Workholding (Chinese)102104 工件夹紧入门 104 本课程介绍典型钻模和夹具的作用。并探讨钻模和夹具的构成。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining102中文 - Workholding (Chinese)102106 支撑与定位原理 106 本课程浅显介绍定位的起始过程。初级1.0Chinese
OnlineMachining102中文 - Workholding (Chinese)102107 定位装置 107 本课程介绍常见的定位件及其设置。初级1.0Chinese
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