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Maintenance and
Skills Training Solutions

Over one million learners have benefited from our industry leading training courseware in electrical, mechanical and instrumentation skills.

ITC Online Training

Online Training

Our courses are designed to enhance knowledge of systems, equipment and theory.

ITC Skills Assessments

Skills Assessments

Identify the expertise of your employees to help facilitate an efficient training program.

ITC Instructional DVD

Instructional DVD

Enhance your instructor-led or onsite classroom training with our video based curriculum.

Our courseware has been designed to deliver efficient training in a real-time maintenance environment. Throughout our 40 year history, ITC’s training is proven to enhance knowledge, reduce downtime and contribute to the bottom line.

Our maintenance and reliability libraries include more than 350 online training modules in mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and basic skills. Subjects include Industrial Hydraulics, Developing Logical Thinking, AC/DC Theory, Print Reading and Pneumatic Maintenance.

ITC Learning is trusted by more than 6,000 organizations, including:

Logan AluminumWestinghouseLM Wind PowerStepanAir LiquideKennametalIPLDunn Brothers CoffeeBPLowe'sFurmaniteAmerican AirlinesStewart & StevensonCargillBen & Jerry'sExcel CorporationHawaii GasLos Angeles Department of Water and PowerBayerAlcoaNext Era Energy ResourcesKimberly-ClarkGE AppliancesPrintpackFarmlandPap Energy LtdJW AluminumE & J Gallo WineryExxon MobileCytecMississippi PowerDuke PowerAllegheny Technologies Inc.PepsicoBlueScope BuildingsBechtelBelize Natural EnergyAramco Services CompanyEngenUnion PacificBristol-Myers SquibbGenentechDr. Pepper Snapple GroupBaxterSolvayGeneral MillsPratt & WhitneyAnadarkoConAgra FoodsAbbottBorden DairyOffice Depot Office MaxWeyerhaeuserAlbemarleGeorgia-PacificRuiz FoodsCorningIntermountain Power AgencyKaiser AluminumProctor & GambleLehigh Heidelberg Cement GroupGlatfelterIkeaAmerican GreetingsKellogg'sSan Juan CollegeAllegheny EnergyEntergyDekalb County School District