Available courses

Course image Manufacturing Manager

The Manufacturing Manager Training Program is designed to equip aspiring or current manufacturing managers with the essential knowledge, skills, and strategies needed to excel in their roles. This comprehensive course provides a deep understanding of the principles, practices, and challenges associated with managing manufacturing operations effectively and efficiently.

Throughout the program, participants will explore various aspects of manufacturing management, including strategic planning, resource allocation, production scheduling, quality control, supply chain management, and continuous improvement. They will develop the necessary leadership and managerial skills to oversee a diverse workforce, optimize processes, and drive operational excellence.

Course image Stamping Troubleshooting

In order for a technician to make a good data-based decision regarding troubleshooting cutting and forming operations, they must first be able to clearly identify and understand how each operation works. This is especially true when dealing with drawing operations. Even parts with shallow-formed features can be troublesome. At the end of this session, the attendee will be able to explain how a drawing and stretching operation works. They will be able to determine if the die geometries are correct. They will be able to calculate the number of stations needed to make a given part geometry. They will be able to identify the root causes of drawing die failures. They will have a comprehensive understanding of all of the variables that contribute to problems such as necking, splitting, and wrinkling.

Course image Tool Room Psychology

An organization's effectiveness greatly depends on every employee's ability to communicate. To be effective, the working culture must stimulate internal motivation from its employees. This condensed practical leadership program introduces the fundamental concepts of communication, counseling, teams and team building, leadership behaviors, internal motivation principles, and performance. We will cover the thoughts, behaviors, and skills that are essential for successful leadership. This course is presented from a "shop floor" perspective and is ideal for those working in the skilled trades.

Course image The Press, Die Types, and Components

In order for a technician to perform his or her duties efficiently, they must have a fundamental understanding of how the process of sheet metal stamping works. This course will introduce sheet metal stamping and dies to the attendee. At the end of this session, the attendee will be able to define a stamping operation and how it works. They will be able to identify basic items such as presses and die types.

Course image TSG Leadership Training

Leadership training is a program designed to enhance the leadership skills and qualities of individuals in a business, organization or any other field. The goal of this training is to develop effective leadership strategies that can lead to the success of the company or organization. The course covers a variety of topics and skills that are necessary for leaders to perform effectively.

The course begins by exploring the fundamental concepts of leadership, including different leadership styles, communication skills, and the importance of emotional intelligence. It also covers how to create a vision, set goals, and develop a strategy to achieve those goals.

Course image TSG Stamping & Die Knowledge

Stamping and die knowledge is a course designed to teach individuals about the principles and techniques of stamping and die operations. The course covers a wide range of topics, including the fundamentals of stamping, die design, material selection, and manufacturing processes.

The course begins by exploring the basic principles of stamping, including the different types of stamping operations, equipment, and materials. It also covers the properties of different metals and alloys, such as their strength, ductility, and formability, and how these properties affect the stamping process.

Die design is a critical aspect of stamping operations, so the course covers various die design concepts and techniques. It includes the principles of die construction, tooling design, and die selection. Participants will also learn about die maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting.

Course image TSG Basic Machining

The Basic Machining Fundamentals course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of machining processes and techniques. This course serves as an ideal starting point for individuals interested in pursuing a career in machining or for those who wish to develop a foundational knowledge of machining principles.

Throughout the course, students will be introduced to the essential concepts, tools, and operations involved in machining. They will learn about various types of machines commonly used in the industry, including lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, and grinders. Emphasis will be placed on safety procedures and best practices to ensure a secure working environment.

Students will delve into the fundamentals of blueprint reading and interpretation, enabling them to understand technical drawings, dimensions, tolerances, and geometric symbols commonly encountered in machining. They will gain proficiency in using measuring tools and instruments accurately to verify dimensions and ensure precision in their work.

The course will cover different machining operations, such as turning, milling, drilling, and grinding. Students will learn about the selection and application of cutting tools, workholding devices, and fixtures for specific machining tasks. They will acquire hands-on experience in setting up and operating machines, performing basic machining operations, and producing simple components.