Instructor-Led Training. With a difference.

Successful manufacturers recognize the value in long-time employees using their expertise to mentor less-experienced team members. From startups that lack institutional knowledge, to thriving businesses that have lost veteran workers to retirement, most companies can benefit from the value-added experience of learning from experts.

Targeted training enhanced by seasoned experts.

Bring the real world to your staff with Tooling U-SME Instructor-Led Training. Work with instructors who are knowledgeable, experienced, and have a passion for teaching others about manufacturing.

Industry knowledge combined with a passion for teaching.

Our 80 years of manufacturing experience and work with thousands of organizations means we’ve been able to build a network of top-tier manufacturing educators. Our instructors offer a depth of industry knowledge that is matched only by their professional experience and their passion for the subject matter.

Your employees benefit from:

  • Engaging with industry experts and practicing professionals
  • Learning complex ideas through dynamic exchange
  • Experiencing comprehensive coverage combined with hands-on applications
  • Combining instructor interaction with other forms of training, such as online
  • Enhancing their understanding through peer-to-peer discussions

Training that works.

The best training in the world won’t be effective if it doesn’t fit it into employee schedules. That’s why we also provide you with a range of flexible delivery options.


Face-to-Face Training

Our instructors come to your facility to maximize your employees’ time off the job.

Become an Instructor

We are always seeking industry experts to lead our training sessions. Learn more about how to become an instructor.


Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about Instructor-Led Training.

Off-the-shelf courses

Our instructor-led courses cover a wide range of the most requested topics, such as Lean, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and Design for Manufacturability and Assembly (DFM/A). To see the complete list of courses, click here.