Upskill NOW! - Manufacturing Training
Do you work in Manufacturing and need more skills to move up the ladder? Or Do you just want to learn more about electronics, soldering or other technical topics? These courses will focus on the core information needed to gain some practical skills.
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About the Program
Each course runs anywhere from a few days to a few weeks and incorporate hands on learning to emphasize the concepts. These courses are designed to learn the primary principles in each topic and then be able to apply them with tangible labs.
Basic Electronics (16 hours)
Learn about the 4 key elements of electronic circuits: Voltage, Resistance, Current and Power. Learn Ohms Law and Power and how to apply these concepts to simple circuits. Learn how to use the digital multi-meter effectively.
Intermediate Electronics (16 hours)
Continue your exploration of electronic circuits by analyzing series, parallel and combination circuits. You will also be introduced to alternating current (AC) and the components often found in complex circuits. Note: Basic Electronics must be taken prior to this course
Industrial Sensors (8 hours)
Learn about different ways power is controlled in in industrial applications. Get a practical understanding of common industrial sensors such as: Optical Sensors, Capacitive proximity sensors, and Inductive proximity sensors. Note: Intermediate Electronics must be taken prior to this course
Fundamentals of Schematics (8 hours)
Understanding schematics makes it easier to troubleshoot problems. Learn various component symbols and understand how to evaluate and test circuit diagrams. Basic troubleshooting techniques will be covered. Note: Intermediate Electronics must be taken prior to this course
Soldering Techniques (7 hours)
Learn how to use an industrial soldering iron. Be able to apply soldering techniques that align with industry workmanship standards. This course is intended for individuals who have little or no prior soldering experience.
IPC J-STD-001 Soldering Certification (40 hours)
Coming in April
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Get Your Classes Paid For
You may be eligible for financial assistance through Grant Funding up to August, 2022. Contact Ruben Ramirez at (512) 223-0133 for further assistance.