Turnkey Engineering

LEARNING PLANS FOR MANUFACTURING JOB ROLES

Turnkey Training from Tooling U-SME offers a quick-start, progressive road map that allows manufacturers to build career paths for employees. Turnkey Training is intended to enhance your existing OJT and help you create a job progression plan. Unlike many other training programs, Turnkey Training requires minimal preparation. It is efficient, effective training that has been developed with input from manufacturing experts.

FLEXIBLE AND CONVENIENT

Online classes are self-paced, typically taking 60 minutes to complete. On average, employees can progress through a job role in one year with as little as 4 hours a month spent online

TURNKEY TRAINING OFFERS

  • Predefined curriculum for each job role
  • Engaging and interactive online classes
  • Supplemental videos and a reinforcement task for each class
  • Pre- or post-training knowledge assessments
  • Access to Tooling U-SME’s LMS
  • Guidance from our Client Success team, including advice, insights, and ideas built on best practices and years of experience

CAREER PATHWAYS FOR ENGINEERING JOB ROLES

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Combine job roles for learning pathways, or offer single job roles for targeted learning. Large comprehensive programs also available.

 

ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS

Approximately 2 hours per month
 
Additive Manufacturing Methods and Materials
Additive Manufacturing Safety
Introduction to Additive Manufacturing
Introduction to CAD and CAM for Machining
AC Fundamentals
DC Circuit Components
Electrical Units
Introduction to Circuits
Introduction to Assembly
Basics of Tolerance
Blueprint Reading
Lean Manufacturing Overview
Essentials of Heat Treatment of Steel
Introduction to Ceramics
Introduction to Composites
Introduction to Mechanical Properties
Introduction to Metals
Introduction to Physical Properties
Introduction to Plastics
Cutting Processes
Algebra Fundamentals
Geometry: Circles and Polygons
Geometry: Lines and Angles
Geometry: Triangles
Statistics
Trigonometry: Sine, Cosine, Tangent
Trigonometry: The Pythagorean Theorem
Units of Measurement


ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

Approximately 3 hours per month
 
Basics of G Code Programming
Parallel Circuit Calculations
Series Circuit Calculations
Introduction to Hydraulic Components
Introduction to Pneumatic Components
The Forces of Fluid Power
Introduction to GD&T
SPC Overview
Troubleshooting
Classification of Steel
Ferrous Metals
Hardness Testing
Nonferrous Metals
Thermoplastics
Thermosets
Forces of Machines
Power Transmission Components
Drill Tool Geometry
Lathe Tool Geometry
Mill Tool Geometry
Basics of Ladder Logic
Introduction to PLCs
PLC Timers and Counters
Basic Ladder Diagram Programming for Siemens PLCs
Basics of Siemens PLCs
Siemens PLC Communication
Equipment/Tool Design and Development
ISO 9001:2015 Review
Process Design and Development
Product Design and Development
Production System Design and Development
Quality and Customer Service
Automated Systems and Control
Hand and Power Tool Safety
Applied and Engineering Sciences
Manufacturing Process Applications: Part I
Manufacturing Process Applications: Part II
Punch and Die Operations
Manufacturing Management
Personal Effectiveness
Introduction to Welding Processes
Fixture Design Basics
Supporting and Locating Principles

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