IKORCC Offers New Industrial Maintenance Technology Training
Like many industries across the country, manufacturing facilities are experiencing skilled labor shortages due to an influx of baby boomer retirements. Last year, contractors reached out to the IKORCC for help filling their industrial maintenance skilled labor needs.
In our continuing efforts to offer the safest, most highly skilled workforce available, we created new innovative, interactive training solutions to help our members master technical systems, solve problems and adapt to a rapidly-changing workplace.
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Contractors Asked, We Listened
IKORCC training directors met with contractors in October to promote this new training.
The millwright training includes highly interactive eLearning and hands-on simulators to train tomorrow’s workforce for industries such as manufacturing, oil, and gas, packaging, etc. Students will earn SACA Certifications, created and recognized in Industry.
All of this training equipment is made in the USA and covers training in the following categories:
- Basic Mechanical Drives
- Intermediate Mechanical Drives
- Advanced Mechanical Drives
- Basic Hydraulics
- Intermediate Hydraulics
- Advanced Hydraulics
- Basic Pneumatics
- Intermediate Pneumatics
- Advanced Pneumatics
- Electric Motor Control Systems
- Motor Braking
- Programmable Logic control Motor Learning Systems
- Tabletop Mechatronics Servo Robot Learning Systems
- Pegasus II Robotic Learning Systems
“[With this training] they will understand all of the components, programs, operations, and any troubleshooting of the device in case they run into a problem… It’s very hands-on; it’s a mixture of eLearning, where they can learn things by computerized instruction, and then they step out and try it on a hands-on trainer.”
“I’m really thrilled to be apart of our new Industrial Maintenance program. Our Millwrights are already doing conveyor systems, logistics, and robotics and this is just a fantastic tool to help us get more labor hours in that.”