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Frequently asked questions

  • Industrial training courses cover a broad range of topics related to manufacturing and industry. Primary industry training programs address issues related to mining and materials sourcing. Secondary industry training focuses on refining raw materials, such as metals, and producing goods. This category also includes courses in electrical services, plumbing, HVAC, and other related fields.

    • Acquire skills through hands-on experience with machinery, tools, and equipment
    • Learn about industry standards, regulations, and safety protocols
    • Gain exposure to industry-specific processes, and systems
    • Develop problem-solving and troubleshooting abilities in a controlled environment
    • Engage in on-the-job training, working alongside experienced professionals
    • Receive guidance and feedback from experts
  • The duration of industrial training varies depending on the industry, program, and participant's background. Training programs can range from a few weeks to several months or even years in the case of apprenticeships. The length of the training is often tailored to meet the specific requirements of the industry and ensure participants develop the necessary skills for success.

  • Manufacturing training is for individuals working in manufacturing. The exact contents of these courses varies based on the type of manufacturing, but there is a lot of overlap such as health and safety. If you oversee manufacturing, it is crucial to ensure workers are knowledgeable about equipment and processes.

  • Industrial training courses are designed for frontline workers who operate manufacturing equipment, repair air-conditioning units, or install plumbing. These courses teach practical skills necessary for job performance, whether you are new to the industry or expanding your current skills. Some industrial training courses are targeted towards managers and supervisors.

    • Classroom: Held at a designated time and location, ideal for individuals or small businesses needing training for a few employees.
    • In-house: Suitable for organizations with many employees needing training. Trainers provide expert in-house training tailored to your needs.
    • Online: Offers flexibility for individuals to participate at their own pace and schedule.

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