The Manufacturing Technician Level 1 (MT1) certificate program addresses the core technical competencies required for skilled production occupations in all sectors of manufacturing. The core technical competencies certified are: (1) Math and Measurement, (2) Business Acumen and Quality, and (3) Spatial Reasoning and Manufacturing Technology. Training modules include safety, quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes, electrical and mechanical basics and maintenance awareness.
WCM training is based on Shingo principles of continuous improvement. This program is designed to train individuals to assess operational excellence, as well as improve employee morale, individual and company performance, and company profits,whether on the production floor, in human resources or at management levels, by highlighting value and non-value added activities. WCM curriculum will be customized to the specifics of your workplace.
The Certified Industrial Energy Auditor (CIEA) program will train individuals to audit the business performance and operational excellence of their organization’s energy management team. In cases where no energy management team program exists, the auditor will expand the organization’s awareness of techniques, technologies and resources that will result in a reduction of energy demand, carbon footprint and costs.
Each year, more than 4,000,000 people in the United States suffer a workplace injury or occupational illness. Injuries are always unexpected, but using simple and proven concepts, employees and contractors can learn to recognize at-risk conditions or behavior before they lead to an injury. The Industrial Safety Readiness Training (ISRT) program provides the core concepts of safety awareness for industrial workplace training, and an individualized learning plan that addresses the most common hazardous situations faced in the industrial environment. The ISRT goal is to contribute to a reduction in workforce injuries and a higher degree of liability control.