Instructor-Led Training. With a difference.

Successful manufacturers recognize the value in long-time employees using their expertise to mentor less-experienced team members. From startups that lack institutional knowledge, to thriving businesses that have lost veteran workers to retirement, most companies can benefit from the value-added experience of learning from experts.

Targeted training enhanced by seasoned experts.

Bring the real world to your staff with Tooling U-SME Instructor-Led Training. Work with instructors who are knowledgeable, experienced, and have a passion for teaching others about manufacturing.

Industry knowledge combined with a passion for teaching.

Our 80 years of manufacturing experience and work with thousands of organizations means we’ve been able to build a network of top-tier manufacturing educators. Our instructors offer a depth of industry knowledge that is matched only by their professional experience and their passion for the subject matter.

Your employees benefit from:

  • Engaging with industry experts and practicing professionals
  • Learning complex ideas through dynamic exchange
  • Experiencing comprehensive coverage combined with hands-on applications
  • Combining instructor interaction with other forms of training, such as online
  • Enhancing their understanding through peer-to-peer discussions

Training that works.

The best training in the world won’t be effective if it doesn’t fit it into employee schedules. That’s why we also provide you with a range of flexible delivery options.

 

Face-to-Face Training

Our instructors come to your facility to maximize your employees’ time off the job.

On-Demand Library

Employees have 24/7 access to pre-recorded sessions, covering a wide range of topics.
 

Choose from more than 70 off-the-shelf courses.

Our instructor-led courses cover a wide range of the most requested topics, such as Lean, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and Design for Manufacturability and Assembly (DFM/A). To see the complete list of courses, click here.