High schools use Tooling U-SME online curriculum to teach core theory and fundamental concepts in conjunction with textbooks, lectures and hands-on lab time. This hybrid program allows instructors to address different learning styles and manufacturing educational levels. Our phone and tablet apps give students the opportunity to work at their own pace from any location.
- Online Training — Through partnerships with educational institutions, Tooling U-SME helps build capacity to fill the pipeline with the skilled workers needed to compete in a global economy. We provide competency-based, industry-driven curriculum with our online classes, which are developed by subject-matter experts. These classes offer incredible ease of use for students, instructors and administrators. View the Catalog
- Pre-Apprenticeship — Working in partnership with local employers, pre-apprentice students gain knowledge and insight into the skills needed by today’s manufacturers. Tooling U-SME’s online curriculum allows you to train students in the basic foundational skills for advanced manufacturing career pathways.
- Dual Enrollment — Tooling U-SME’s curriculum is utilized by districts that offer dual enrollment, providing students with the opportunity to get a head start on their careers.
- Skills Certifications — Tooling U-SME’s online tools can help increase students’ knowledge and prepare them for nationally recognized certifications. To get students started in the right direction, Tooling U-SME has aligned our online training classes to the following nationally recognized training certifications: