Industry Basics Specific

Technical Fundamental Series
Industry Basics Specific
Courses designed to develop an understanding of the practical and technical skills required by industry.
Trainees are taught using the company’s blueprints and gauges. Each course consists of 6 - 12 hours of instruction
customized to meet a company’s specific training needs.
Industry Math
Training focuses on the skills-specific
mathematical concepts relative to the
industrial work environment. Topics
include principles and applications of
the following computation skills:
addition, subtraction, decimals,
multiplication and division; coordinate
systems, triangulation; percentages and
proportions, percents and decimals,
percents of numbers, parts, efficiency
and production; metric systems and
Quality Control
Training covers inspections, gauge methods and special
gauge designs, production gauge, inspections and statistical
process control concepts. Upon completion trainees should
be able to design and use common gauges and apply
statistical process control concepts.
Blueprint Reading
Training covers the basic principles of blueprint reading taught
using actual company blueprints. Training includes: line types,
orthographic projections, dimensioning methods, and notes.
Upon completion trainees should be able to interpret basic
blueprints and visualize the features of a part.
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance (GD/T)
Training introduces the basic geometric dimensioning and
tolerance principles taught using on- site company gauges.
Topics include: tolerance and quality applications, drawing
and tolerance, bilateral and unilateral tolerances and
applications, gauging dimensions, symbols and terms,
datums, forms and orientation controls, tolerance of position,
concentricity, symmetry, runout and profile controls,
measurement for quality assurance, measurement with
graduated scales and scale instruments, and micrometer
instruments, gage blocks, measurement by comparison and
tolerance applications. Upon completion, trainee should be
able to interpret and apply basic geometric dimensioning and
tolerance principles.
Safety Training
Industrial/Environmental Health
& Safety
Training introduces principles of
environmental health and industrial safety.
Emphasis is placed on industry safety,
OSHA, and environmental health, safety
concepts, regulations and prevention of
accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Upon
completion trainees should be able to
demonstrate knowledge of a safe working
environment, basic concepts of
environmental health and safety, and
OSHA compliance.
For additional information contact:
Jeff Bright, Assistant to President/Business & Industry Training Services
Sheila Bissette Administrative Assistant 336-506-4151