Manufacturing training courses and schools
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Total 535 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.



Colorado State University OnlinePlus

Training Center/Campus: Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Phone No.: (877) 491-4336

Manufacturing Engineering

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar

Casting, forming, machining, and welding processes used in manufacturing operations.

Advanced/Additive Manufacturing Engineering

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

In this course you will learn the importance of advanced manufacturing and its fundamental importance to the future of global product development and innovation. You will develop a rich knowledge of additive manufacturing processes, devices, capabilities and materials. You will learn the trade-offs between subtractive and additive manufacturing processes and technologies, along with the various software tools, processes and techniques enabling advanced/additive manufacturing and personal fabrication.

You will have the opportunity to collaborate with fellow students and www.idea2product.net lab staff to work hands-on to design, engineer and fabricate multi-component physical objects that satisfy product development/prototyping requirements using AM devices and processes. You will learn to decide between the various trade-offs when selecting AM processes, devices and materials to suit particular engineering requirements. And finally, you will learn the latest trends ... [Read More]


Loyola Marymount University

Training Center/Campus: Los Angeles, California, United States
Phone No.: 310.338.2700

Lean Thinking

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

History of Lean, Lean fundamentals: Principles, value and waste. Lean Manufacturing with detailed coverage of JIT Tools, Lean Supply Chain, Lean Office, Lean Accounting, Labor relations and NUMMI Case Study, matrix organization optimization, Theory of constraints and critical chain. Project.


University of California, Los Angeles

Training Center/Campus: Los Angeles, California, United States
Phone No.: 310-825-4321

Manufacturing and Design (Master Degree)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The program is developed around an integrated approach to manufacturing and mechanical product design. It includes research on material behavior (physical and mechanical) in manufacturing processes and design, design of mechanical systems (for example, power, micro-electro-mechanical systems and transportation), design methodology, automation, robotics and unmanned machinery, manufacturing and mechanical systems(reliability, safety, and optimization), CAD/CAM theory and applications, computational geometry and geometrical modeling, composite structure, beam and plasma assisted manufacturing.


BIR Training Center

Training Center/Campus: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: (773) 866-0111

Robotic Manufacturing Cell Operations

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course provides an overview of robot classifications, types of control for manipulators. Topics include CNC robot applications, basics of robotic actuators and sensors, visual systems, motion planning, task modeling, human-machine interface, motion and gripping processes. Weekly laboratories provide experience with Powering up and jogging the Robot, Recovery from common program and robot faults, Production operations execution, CNC cell program modification and execution, Programs and files backup and restoration in a group-based term project. This course is an introduction to robotics and how robots communicate with CNC machines. By the end of this course, students will be able to identify robotic system units in CNC manufacturing and perform basic robotic manipulations that are necessary to operate and edit programs in the FANUC Robotics Handling Tool Software.


Columbia College Chicago

Training Center/Campus: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: (312) 369-1000

Garment

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course is an introduction to basic sewing and construction skills. Fabric definition, construction, and function are studied. Students learn hand sewing and finishing, machine operation, and primary machine maintenance. Students are required to create and complete garments.


IIT School of Applied Technology

Training Centers/Campuses: Bedford Park, Chicago, Wheaton, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: 708.563.1576, 312.567.5290, 630.682.6000

Manufacturing and Logistics Information Systems

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar

This course provides an overview of manufacturing and supply chain information systems, tools, and techniques utilized for effective decision making. Current state-of-the-art and commercially available industrial software packages, such as MRP, WMS, TMS, APS, etc., will be used and their impact on management decision making analyzed.

Manufacturing Processes in Chemical Industries

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

This course provides a survey overview of the many chemical manufacturing processes found in the energy, food, drug, and synthetic polymer sectors. Related societal, environmental, and regulatory impacts are discussed such as sustainability, OSHA, and EPA. Implications for recovery and reuse as well as new non-polluting processes are explored. The overall industrial structure that makes up this sector of manufacturing will be covered.

Manufacturing Processes for Electronics and Electrical Systems

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

The materials used in Electronic and Electrical (E&,E) manufacturing will be reviewed including materials and components that are used to produce chips, PCBs, and wiring systems. Focus will be on the processes for producing the range of parts and products included in this broad sector. Automation for producing parts and assemblies will be covered. Techniques covered will include surface mounted technology (SMT), wave soldering, automation insertion, automated inspection, etc. The industrial structure that makes up this sector of manufacturing will be covered.

Manufacturing Processes for Metals and Mechanical Systems

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

A broad range of manufacturing processes are studied including casting, forging, rolling, sheet metal processing, machining, joining, and non-traditional methods such as powder, EDM, and additive processes. Particular attention on interrelationships between manufacturing processes and properties developed in the work piece, both intended and unintended. Economic considerations and tradeoffs, as well as computer-integrated manufacturing topics, are also explored.


IIT Armour College of Engineering

Training Center/Campus: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: 312.567.3009

Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Systems

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Advanced topics in Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, including control systems, group technology, cellular manufacturing, flexible manufacturing systems, automated inspection, lean production, Just-In-Time production, and agile manufacturing systems.

Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

The graduate certificate in Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing requires completion of four of the following courses:

MMAE 445 CAD/CAM with Numerical Control (3 credit hours)
MMAE 540 Robotics and Mechatronics (3 credit hours)
MMAE 545 Advanced CAD/CAM (3 credit hours)
MMAE 547 Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3 credit hours)
MMAE 557 Advanced Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3 credit hours)

Admission Requirements for Certificate Programs

Cumulative minimum undergraduate GPA: 3.0/4.0

Students should have a bachelor&,#146,s degree in an appropriate field of study when applying as a certificate student. If the bachelor&,#146,s degree was completed at an institution outside the United States, and the language of instruction was not English, students may be asked to submit a TOEFL score.

Manufacturing Engineering (Master Degree)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

The Master of Engineering Degree in Manufacturing via Internet is a course-only, professionally oriented degree program that requires a minimum of 30 credit hours. There is no thesis or comprehensive examination requirement. The student, in consultation with the academic advisor, prepares a program reflecting individual needs and interests. All courses are administered online.

Courses
(Select 30 credit hours)
MMAE 445 CAD/CAM with Numerical Control (3 credit hours)
MMAE 540 Robotics and Mechatronics (3 credit hours)
MMAE 545 Advanced CAD/CAM (3 credit hours)
MMAE 546 Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (3 credit hours)
MMAE 547 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (3 credit hours)
MMAE 557 Advanced Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3 credit hours)
MMAE 560 Statistical Quality and Process Control (3 credit hours)
MMAE 563 Advanced Mechanical Metallurgy (3 credit hours)
MMAE 589 Applications in Reliability Engineering I... [Read More]


University of Illinois at Chicago

Training Center/Campus: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: 312-996-7000

Virtual Manufacturing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Virtual reality applications in manufacturing systems design, manufacturing applications of networked virtual reality, virtual reality modeling of occupational safety engineering.


Texas Southern University

Training Center/Campus: Houston, Texas, United States
Phone No.: 713-313-7011

Lean Manufacturing

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Our Lean Manufacturing course presents methods for streamlining operations in any manufacturing environment. A thorough overview of lean manufacturing provides details of cost and cash flow, velocity and lead time, and discusses how waste affects both profit and customer satisfaction. How-to guides are provided for creating and measuring lean strategies at every step in the manufacturing process. Use Lean principles discovered in this course to complement your business strategy, minimize waste, and maximize your business�profits.

Prerequisite: None

Lean Manufacturing Module 1
Production and Inventory
�Customer Satisfaction
•Cost and Profit
•Determining Your Real Cost
•The Cost of Overproduction
•Metrics
•Standard Cost Accounting
•Cash Flow
•Inventory and Carrying Cost
•Measuring Inventory
•Velocity vs. Lead Time
•Throughput and Bottlenecks
•Batch and Queue vs. Lean Flow
•Waste
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Houston Community College

Training Center/Campus: Houston, Texas, United States
Phone No.: 713.718.2000

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

A study of the principles and application of computer integrated manufacturing. Employs all aspects of a system including but not limited to integration of material handling, manufacturing, and computer hardware and programming.

Lean Manufacturing - Manufacturing Engineering

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Study of principles of lean manufacturing - manufacturing engineering, including a systematic approach to reducing costs and lead-time.

Lean Manufacturing - Machinist

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Study of principles of lean manufacturing for machinists, including a systematic approach to reducing costs and lead-time.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

The Manufacturing Engineering Technology program is designed to develop competent technicians for employment in the field of manufacturing engineering and related occupations. It prepares students for real world manufacturing techniques including computer methods, and mechanical, electronic, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems


Pennsylvania Institute of Technology

Training Center/Campus: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone No.: 800.353.5489

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

A basic introduction to the traditional manufacturing processes including casting, molding, rolling, forging, bending, drawing, heat treatment, and forming is presented. The properties of ferrous and non–ferrous materials, as well as methods of inspection and computer controls, are explained. Students are introduced to the various manufacturing processes and associated equipment operations including lathe, boring mills, abrasive cutting, broaching, grinding, screw threads, powder metallurgy, presses, polishing, electromechanical cleaning, and welding. Non–metallic materials and thermosetting compounds also are discussed.

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