Resistance Spot Welding is a two-day training program designed primarily for engineers and technicians from the automotive industry. The purpose of the course is to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the Resistance Spot Welding process, with a focus on how it is utilized in the automotive industry. The training program combines lectures covering fundamental concepts with many "hands-on" labs using a modern DC Resistance Spot Welding machine. Learn more!
Achieve your Maintenance Management Certification (MMC) in this four-course program offered in partnership by one of the country’s top engineering schools and the Life Cycle Institute. In this program you will learn practical skills that can be applied on the job right away, demonstrate your commitment to building a solid maintenance program, and increase your value to your organization. Learn more!
This program equips participants to build and sustain a reliability engineering program, prepare control strategies that reduce risk and improve asset utilization, determine predictive strategies and an effective predictive maintenance program, and establish a root cause analysis program that will lead to reduced downtime, increased production and a culture of continuous improvement. Candidates who complete the four required courses and fulfill the work project requirement will earn the Reliability Engineering Certification.
Achieve your Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Certification (PSC). In this program you will learn practical skills that can be applied on the job right away, demonstrate your commitment to building a solid maintenance planning and scheduling program, and increase your value to your organization. Learn more!
This nationally recognized program, intended for primary executives and senior leaders in the technology and operations communities, is unmatched. Uniquely organized around peer learning, the audience and content are both carefully "curated" to ensure a unique, content-rich, and thought-provoking exchange that is well-respected in the senior leader community. Learn more!
The high voltage one-day course is specifically designed for engineers and technicians from electric utility companies. The purpose of the course is to provide opportunities for the utility personnel to observe and enhance their understanding of the mechanisms of high voltage phenomena in a controlled testing environment. The course covers safety aspects and practices in the lab, high voltage measurement techniques, flashover along insulators, insulation material breakdown, corona, and electric field effects. Learn more!