The need for talented new employees has taken on greater importance as older workers retire and new automation technologies require new skills. A clear automation training strategy with virtual and instructor-led courses can help you mitigate workforce challenges.
Industrial workforces are being pressured like never before. The systems they must productively design, operate, and maintain are more connected and complex. Roles and responsibilities have expanded, requiring more diverse skillsets. In addition, older workers are moving into retirement, which leaves skills and knowledge gaps. We can provide training where and when needed to help address these issues.
How do I decide what automation training is right for me?
Whether you need PLC training, want to learn more about motion control technology or require industrial craft skills courses geared to maintenance staff, our training catalog is a great resource. Our industrial training courses are assigned a technology track and course category and offer a recommended path based on your job responsibilities within a technology area. Courses in the Understand section apply to all students and provide the prerequisite knowledge required to successfully complete the Maintain/Troubleshoot and Program/Design courses.
- Industrial Craft Skills
- Industrial Leadership
- Information Software
- Motion Control
- PLC Hardware and Software
- Power Control (Drives & MCC)
- Process Control