Your employees just starting out in the metalworking trades require both the fundamental skills training and the on-job expertise to quickly perform up to task as welders, machinists, tool-and-die makers, and mill workers. And experienced workers can always use improvement.
Industrial Machinery courses from Penn Foster provides students with comprehensive curricula and customized related technical instruction. When combined with your company’s on the job experience, these programs can provide your employees with the training they need to operate metalworking machinery and related equipment.
You and your employees can choose from apprentice or topical programs focusing on machine shop introduction, tool and die making, lathes, milling, grinding, NC/CNC, welding, and more.
Each of the self-paced apprenticeship and topical programs listed below is highly flexible, adapting to the specific training needs of your business and your employees. Courses are available in print, online, or in a blended learning environment. View our program list below, and click on a link to learn more about each program.
Provides your employees with comprehensive skills training for qualification as a professional machinist.
Takes students step by step through the fundamentals of tool grinding, metallurgy, and the manufacturing process.
Provides training in chemistry, plastic concepts, and principles of electricity.
Provides specific courseware students need to achieve success as professional welders.
Comprehensive training in the metal cutting process and the use of the necessary equipment used to cut metal.