Industrial Skills Training by Trade Catalog
Only TPC Training offers four decades of industrial training experience on behalf of more than 40,000 clients worldwide.
During our 45+ years in business, many companies have used our Training Needs Analysis to implement highly targeted industrial skills training programs. We have taken this valuable intellectual capital derived from the outcome of these analyses and organized them into essential trade-specific training curricula. Each curriculum includes TPC technical courses frequently selected by organizations like yours to meet the performance goals for their maintenance technicians within each given concentration.
Use the trades list to drill down to specific training topics:
– Mechanical Systems Technician
– Multi-Craft Maintenance Technician
– Pipe Fitter
– Electrical Systems Technician
– Electrical and Instrumentation Technician
– Instrumentation and Control Technician
– Facilities Maintenance Technician
– Building Maintenance Technician
– Tool & Die Maker
– HVAC Technician
– Refrigeration Technician
– Maintenance Supervisor
Apprenticeship Programs from TPC Training Systems maximize your workforce's potential. Thousands of our training courses are used in apprenticeship programs approved by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, and in state-authorized Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training programs.
Establishing a solid apprenticeship program encourages:
– A systematic training process
– Job-specific training
– Retention of qualified employees
– Workforce competency and increased productivity
– Improved employee morale
For further information on setting up a registered apprenticeship program, contact your local U.S. Department of Labor or state Department of Labor consultant. To order materials and start your program, contact us today.
Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 30, requires that all Bureau of Apprenticeship approved training programs be non-discriminatory, as defined by the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EEOC) and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCC).