Intro to Welding

Interpret Blueprints & Welding Symbols | Fundamental Welding Concepts | Overall Welding Knowledge | Earn OSHA 10-Hour Card |  Hands-on Learning

·       Six week program

·       4:00pm - 8:00pm

·       3 days per week – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

·       Maximum # of Participants - 6-8

·       74 hours of training – 64 welding hours & OSHA-10 hour

·       Call for Upcoming Start Date 

*Free Training  Available for Eligible Learners!

*To Register Call the Fostoria Learning Center 419.408.5540

FANUC

Fanuc certified course covers the tasks that an operator, technician, engineer, or programmer needs to set up, record, and/or troubleshoot programs on a FANUC Robot using Handling Tool Software. Completers of this course will receive an official level one certificate of completion for the Fanuc Handling Tool Operations and Programing course.

Location: Fostoria Learning Center

Date: July 15-18

Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cost: $2000/Student

Length: 32 hours

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Basic Precision Measurement

Basic Precision Measurement

This course provides the student with theory and skills needed to perform dimensional inspections. Students will learn to study a part print, select, and use the proper measuring tool(s). Concepts introduced include precision, discrimination, accuracy, and calibration. Previously learned print reading skills are expanded to include Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.  For students with limited knowledge and experience, this course is recommended prior to taking the GD&T offered at the Learning Center. 

Objectives:

• Build working knowledge of precision, discrimination, accuracy, repeatability, traceability, calibration, and tolerancing.

• Identify, select, and use portable measuring instruments and attributes gages.

• Make open setup measurements using common measuring equipment. Compare and contrast absolute & relative dimensions and measurements.

• Operate or explain computer assisted optical comparator, manual coordinate measuring machine, and a precision spindle.

• Recognize GD&T symbols, and interpret and measure conformance to Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing call outs.

• Check surface texture and flatness using a profilometer and optical flats.

• Understand and participate in gage control systems.

Location: Fostoria Learning Center

Dates: August 7

Times: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cost: $700 per person

Length: 8 hours

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Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) Basics

This course provides the students with a foundation in the skills needed to read and follow blueprints using geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T). The course deals with basic geometric dimensioning and tolerancing methods as interpreted in the ASME Y14.5M. The student will learn to read geometric tolerancing symbolism and terms.  For those with limited knowledge and experience, the Basic Presicion Measurement Course is recommended as a prerequisite to GD&T. 

Dates: TBD

Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cost: $700/Student

Length: 24 hours

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Motors & Motor Controls

Motors & Motor Controls

This course is an advanced study and laboratory for learners who have an understanding of electrical circuits, controls and desire practical hands on experience of various motor and control devices. Coursework involves hands on laboratory experience utilizing 120vac, 208/240vac, wiring demonstrations, and testing. Practical application of principles learned will be emphasized. Special topics in electricity will be introduced to the learners according to class interests. Topics will include ladder diagrams and their control of alternating and direct current motors. Motor starting sizing, circuit/overload protection, electrical motor branch wiring will also be introduced. The variable frequency drive (VFD) as a motor controller will be introduced as well as an introduction into the application of programmable logic controller (PLC) in motor control circuits. These topics will be learned through text, presentations, exercises and hands on labs.

Dates: TBD

Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $1650

Length: 24 hours

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Lean Yellow Belt Certification

*ONLINE*

10-12 Hours

Course Opens: Ongoing

Cost: $300

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This online certification course consists of 12 modules, followed by a quiz. The course focuses on process improvement utilizing Lean Six Sigma methodology. The module topics include, voice of the customer, goal setting and project alignment, team formation, process overview, data collection, establishing baseline metrics, prioritizing problems, implementing solutions, and control plans.

Blueprint Reading

Blueprint Reading

Emphasis on PRINT READING including lines, abbreviations, terminology, view identification,
dimensioning practices, dimensioning calculations, Tolerancing calculations, and sketching
including orthographic, isometric, section, and auxiliary views.
The course objective is for students to gain a basic proficiency for understanding and
manipulating technical drawings and associated conventions. The course material for Print
Reading and Sketching includes the alphabet of lines, orthographic projection, ordinary views,
section views, auxiliary views, pictorial sketching, dimensioning, Tolerancing, screw threads
and fasteners, mathematics for design and an introduction to geometric dimensioning and
tolerances.
Course Objectives:
The following is a list of topics that will be taught within the course:
1. Geometric constructions
2. Multiview projection
3. Sectional views
4. Auxiliary views
5. Dimensioning including Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T)
6. Tolerancing including Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T)
7. Threads and fasteners
8. Isometric projection
9. Design and working drawings
10. Read gear drawings
11. Read welding drawings

Dates: TBD

Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $1150

Length: 16 hours

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Industrial Electricity I

Industrial Electricity I is an introductory electricity course for skilled trade’s personnel. The course is a study of DC and AC electricity principles, with a practical approach to applications in an industrial environment. The learner will obtain a knowledgeable understanding of the key symbols and abbreviations associated with the electrical trade, acquire a comprehensive understanding of basic electrical terminology, apply Ohm’s Law to a number of relevant electrical applications, and synthesize a number of components into a working system involving series, parallel, and series parallel circuits.

Date: TBD

Time: 8am - 4:00pm

Length: 24 hours

Cost: $1650 per student

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Industrial Electricity ll

Industrial Electricity II is an advanced study of industrial electricity providing comprehensive coverage of the control devices used in contemporary industrial electrical systems. The focus of this course is to provide the architecture for acquiring the knowledge and skills required in an advanced manufacturing environment. The course builds on electrical concepts from Industrial Electricity I and adds motor theory, building on circuit fundamentals and reinforcing these with practical hands on labs designed to reinforce the concepts and provide control systems design experience. These topics will be delivered through text, presentations and various exercises, and hands-on labs.

Date: TBD

Time: 9am - 4:00pm

Cost: $1650

Length: 24 hours

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Allen-Bradley PLC Level I

Allen-Bradley PLC Level I

This Rockwell Automation ControlLogix Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) training class utilizes industrial trainers featuring the Logix processor, Ethernet cards, discrete I/O

and analog I/O in a 10 slot chassis. The class will use the Logix 5000 software for hands on troubleshooting exercises.

Location: Fostoria Learning Center

Dates: TBD

Time: 8am-4pm

Length: 24 hours

Cost: $1650 per person

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Allen-Bradley PLC Level ll

Allen-Bradley PLC Level ll

This Rockwell Automation ControlLogix (PLC) intermediate training class will utilize industrial trainers as well as the Logix 5000 software.

Date: TBD

Time: 8am - 4:00pm

Cost: $1650 per student

Length: 24 hours

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Siemens S7 PLC Level I

Siemens S7 PLC Level I

This Siemens S7 1200 basic course will utilize industrial trainers and the TIA Portal Software providing hands on exercises and learning experiences. The students will learn installation/replacement and how to program & troubleshoot the PLC hardware the first two days. The third day will focus on WinCC HMI software with project creation, communications, graphics, library and alarms.

Date: May7th-9th

Time: 8am - 4:00pm

Cost: $1650

Length: 24 hours

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Electrical Prints & Troubleshooting

Electrical Prints & Troubleshooting

This course is a study of the systematic elimination of the various parts of a system or process to locate a malfunctioning part. The learner will obtain a knowledgeable understanding of the key symbols and abbreviations associated with the electrical trade, acquire a comprehensive understanding of the various devices associated with an electrical circuit, synthesize a number of electrical components, recognize a malfunctioning circuit through proper meter application, and apply informed terminology while troubleshooting and restoring a malfunction.

Dates: TBD

Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $1400

Length: 24 hours

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Benchwork

Benchwork

Students are required to read prints, layout, machine, and fabricate projects utilizing the lab environment with emphasis placed on safety, tooling, precision, and accuracy. Topics include, materials, mechanical fasteners, measurement, tolerance, fit, layout, hand tools, power hand tools, drilling, grinding, sharpening, burring, filing, polishing, layout work on the bench, use of hand taps, and cutting threads with a die.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify and perform safe job procedures.
    • Apply safe house keeping and maintain a neat work area, machines, and tools.
    • Identify and demonstrate the use of mechanical fasteners.
    • Identify and demonstrate the use of hand tools.
    • Identify and demonstrate the use of precision measuring devices.
    • Identify and demonstrate the use of materials, abrasives and grinding wheels.
    • Use a blueprint to plan and perform a part layout.
    • Identify drill sizes and understand sharpening techniques, demonstrate drilling and tapping holes,
    and properly cut threads using a die.
    • Demonstrate the set up and use of the following: pedestal grinder, band saw, drill press, or other
    power machines and power hand tools.

Location: Fostoria Learning Center

Dates: May 1 & May 2

Times: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cost: $1150 per person

Length: 16 hours

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