• High School: Instructors may choose from among hundreds of industry-proven online classes that provide more time for hands-on instruction and enable individualized educational plans for students with different knowledge, skills and abilities. View High School Classes
 
  • Community and Technical Colleges: We partner with community and technical colleges to build capacity and provide workforce education to help close the manufacturing skills gap. Our training and development solutions can be integrated into your existing program to create a hybrid learning program, including nationally recognized credentials. Learn About Community and Technical College Partnerships
 
  • Universities: Tooling U-SME partners with universities to provide the manufacturing industry with a highly qualified talent pool of next-generation engineers and highly skilled workers. Our flexible online solutions can target specific manufacturing processes and technologies that meet the needs of area employers, and support degrees and career pathways. Learn About University Partnerships 
 
  • Workforce Development Organizations: Tooling U-SME partners with workforce development organizations nationwide to serve nontraditional learners, including veterans, justice-involved individuals, at-risk youth, unemployed and underemployed individuals, and other special populations. We bring the right stakeholders together to develop fast-track programs that connect career seekers with manufacturing job opportunities. Learn About Workforce Development Organization Partnerships
 
  • Manufacturing Solution Partners Tooling U-SME has a history of collaborating with workforce development education providers and industry to deliver successful results that transform talent into business outcomes. We understand that manufacturers continue to face challenges with hiring and retention. Maintaining a skilled workforce is a key differentiator for success. Learn About Workforce Development Education Provider Partnerships