Industrial Leadership Skills:
- Foundational Leadership Skills (ILEAD-012): Sound leadership skills are the foundation for success in industrial manufacturing environments. The exercise of effective leadership practices has been found to enhance work environments that contribute to engaged employees and high performance. This course offers five foundational leadership skills that new supervisors must develop in order to successfully build and maintain strong relationships with employees, which in turn increases employee productivity. The course combines the concepts of communication, feedback, coaching, accountability and delegation to create a 4‐day foundational leadership skills course for new and emerging supervisors and managers.
- Enhanced Leadership Skills (ILEAD-013): Effective leaders consistently seek to learn, change and grow by enhancing their leadership skills. In fact, leading in organizations requires learning, changing and the ability to adapt to and address the dynamic trends that often affect our internal and external environments. Strong leadership requires the agility to enhance their leadership skills and work environments in order to engage employees and produce high performance. This course offers five enhanced leadership skills that new supervisors must develop to successfully build and maintain strong relationships with employees generating synergy between employees. This, in turn, increases employee productivity. The course combines the concepts of hiring, teamwork, conflict management, and problem solving & decision making to create a 4‐day enhanced leadership skills course for new and emerging supervisors and managers.
- Motor Controls (EM-204): This course provides information on the concepts associated with AC and DC motor fundamentals, motor control fundamentals, control of motor starting, and motors and motor controllers. The lessons cover a wide range of topics such as motor enclosures, nameplate data, AC motors, DC motors, magnetic contactors, control circuits, Wye-Delta starters, speed controllers, AC/ DC machine maintenance, and motor control circuit maintenance.
- Fundamentals of Electricity (MFG244): This course provides basic electricity knowledge to the novice. Basic electricity theory is explored identifying component operations in energized and de-energized states. The course includes safety fundamentals and safe operation awareness.
- Industrial Electrical Controls Fundamentals (MFG213): This course is designed to provide knowledge and skills required to install, maintain and troubleshoot machine controls.
- Mechanical Concepts (MM-500): This course provides information on the concepts associated with plant maintenance, operation, hazards, troubleshooting and repair common problems. There are hands-on exercises for inspection and repair of equipment associated with this program.
- Hydraulics and Pneumatics (MM-400): This course provides information on the concepts associated with pneumatics and hydraulic systems, fluid principles, system design, and schematic symbology. Hyperlink title
- Electrical Troubleshooting and Motor Control (EM-206): This course provides information on the concepts associated with systematic troubleshooting of instrumentation systems. Participants use practical application of troubleshooting techniques in exercise scenarios.
- Basic AC/DC Power Concepts (EM-101A): This course provides information on the basic concepts of electricity and magnetism, including basic circuit concepts, and measurement of electrical quantities and associated numerical concepts, Ohm’s Law, practical circuits, electromagnetism, and electrical measurements. There are hands-on exercises for device operation and simple circuit construction and analysis.
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Functional Safety for Machinery Engineer Certification (TUV Rheinland: SAF-TUV2T): The standards regarding functional safety and relevant laws and directives demand that people and organizations performing responsible (accountable) tasks during all life cycle phases of a machine must achieve and prove required competencies. In this training, students will learn how current standards dictate the design and proof of functional safety for machines. The participant will learn how safety devices and components are assembled and applied to reduce hazards from machinery so the necessary safety for people and environment is achieved. Practical examples will demonstrate possibilities regarding machine protection. In addition to the technical requirements, students will learn about organizational measures, quality assurance techniques, and documentation for lifecycle de sign and validation. After completing this course, students should understand and be able to use IEC 60204-1, IEC 62061, ISO 12100, ISO 13849-1, -2, and other relevant machine functional safety standards.
Functional Safety for Machinery Technician Certification (TUV Rheinland: SAF-TUV0T): In this training, students will learn how the current standards dictate the selection, assembly, installation, validation, and maintenance of safety devices and components to reduce hazards from machinery and ensure the safety of people and the environment. Practical examples will demonstrate possibilities regarding machine protection. This training will also cover safety topics, such as: redundancy, testing, distance calculations, assigning required level of risk reduction as PL, monitoring moveable guard positions, and fault avoidance for relevant life cycle phases.
Get Certified in Industrial Networks: Rockwell Automation in collaboration with Strategic Alliance partners Cisco, offers Industrial Networking Specialist and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Industrial training and certification. Managing Industrial Networks with Cisco Networking Technologies (IMINS) and Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies (IMINS2) classes are designed for IT and OT professionals who are responsible for the implementation, administration, and support of networked industrial infrastructure.