Our training delivery methods are flexible to meet your specific training needs and include both eLearning and Instructor Led training options. All our training is competency-based and designed to provide your staff with the knowledge, skills, and understanding required for demonstrating competence against industry standards. 

Fundamental training

Fundamentals include the essential knowledge and skills required to perform one’s job description. Examples of fundamental training topics are:

  • Basic electronic/electrical theory
  • Basic hydraulic/pneumatic theory
  • Basic mechanical systems theory

Although we can determine through our needs analysis if fundamental training is required, we do not provide this type of training. We highly recommend that individuals have a strong fundamental knowledge prior to participating in any of our product-specific training initiatives.

eLearning

Our eLearning is ideal for mastering our product-specific knowledge based training. This approach allows students to review content as often as necessary to truly understand the material. Content includes 2D/3D artwork, photos, and animations that engage the students and enhance their learning experience.

Examples of our product-specific knowledge based product-specific training include:

  • System descriptions
  • Theory of operations
  • System diagnostics
  • System inspection/maintenance practices

Our training, available in multiple languages, can be accessed by anyone, anytime, and anywhere using the Internet. Your training costs are reduced, while your staff benefits from the ability to learn at their own pace and in their own environment. In addition, this format allows you to offer consistent training to all your staff around the world.

Instructor-led training

Our instructor led training (ILT) is ideal for mastering product-specific skills-based training. We offer our ILT training in our Milwaukee location, as well as in the field at your location.

Our Milwaukee-based training provides the opportunity for your staff to work hands-on with the latest equipment system components.  Students are introduced to skills-based topics in a classroom environment and then move to our training lab for practice on successfully troubleshooting and maintaining specific equipment.

Field-based training is held at your preferred location, using your equipment. This approach allows your staff to work directly with their own equipment; instructors tailor the training for your particular models. Our regional trainers are able to deliver customized training that is backed by the world-class training principles used in Milwaukee.