Posts from February 2010

Plant Safety Training

February 25, 2010

A plant is a very dangerous place to work if your employees are not careful or they’re unfamiliar with the different hazards in their work environment.  It’s important to teach your employees how to avoid injuries in the work place because this is not only beneficial to your employees but to your company as well. At ITC Learning, we believe that work related accidents can be avoided and our plant safety training...

Maintenance Management Training

February 24, 2010

Management support is an important aspect of maintenance management. Without it your organization will not function properly. Well-trained maintenance managers and supervisors are needed to staff, schedule, supervise and manage a large industrial company so that it operates at its maximum efficiency. The training will not only teach managers and supervisors to manage your operations but also about the principles of preventive and predictive maintenance because they should understand the responsibilities of the...

Why Manufacturing Training Pays

February 22, 2010

It may seem that manufacturing training costs more money that your company is willing to spend. The truth is money spent training your employees might be more beneficial to your company than you realize, especially in the years to come. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with the aging manufacturing workforce, there will be less skilled workers going into the manufacturing industry.  This is clearly the time for companies to start...

Hydraulic System Training

February 16, 2010

All industrial companies need excellent maintenance personnel to ensure that their hydraulic systems are running in perfect condition. A comprehensive mechanical training program about hydraulic systems is needed to ensure that your employees understand the proper maintenance techniques to use. ITC Learning offers these classes to educate your employees about the basics of hydraulic systems, pressure controls, troubleshooting techniques, and many other subjects.  Your employees will need to know how to drain and replace the...

Updating your Manufacturing Training Program

February 12, 2010

The fundamentals of manufacturing rarely change, however, the equipment and software used does. Keeping up with the latest news and development in the manufacturing industry is important. But, you should know the right updates to apply to your manufacturing training program or work with an experienced organization that does. By updating your training program with the latest information and procedures, you will ensure that your employees are skilled at using the appropriate...

Why a Manufacturing Company should utilize Online Training

February 10, 2010

With today’s technological advances, training doesn’t have to always take place in a traditional classroom setting. By working with ITC Learning, your manufacturing company will have the ability to utilize our comprehensive online training programs. Our e-Learning classes allow you to have greater flexibility and control over the delivery of the program. Rather than having to miss work while training takes place, your employee can train around their jobs. Plus, you have...

Equipment Operations Training

February 8, 2010

Any individual or business involved in the manufacturing industry needs common equipment training. Training is needed in order for your employees to become confident about operating the different equipment and deal with the challenges of their job. Common equipment vary from the extremely large machinery–the centrifugal pumps, steam turbines, and demineralizers— to the smaller equipment– electrical equipment, and strainers. For operators to become skilled and knowledgeable about using these types of equipment,...

Training Industrial Electricians

February 1, 2010

If you’re looking for training that teaches your industrial employees theory, operation procedures and troubleshooting skills, we can help.  We have a full curriculum of courses for industrial companies to choose from. Our electrical courses have been designed to give your employees an in-depth understanding of the different electrical concepts, their fundamentals, how electrical motors and drives work, how to read blueprints, and much more.  Whether you’re a company that contracts out...