Industrial Technology

Industrial and manufacturing settings are rapidly changing as a result of technological innovation.

A technically skilled workforce is in high demand. CBIZ can provide you with the in-depth instruction, customized curriculum and hands-on experience to help develop and expand employee skills.

Becoming a Certified Lean Practitioner demonstrates your commitment to lean principles, tools, and tactical implementation to drive improvement. CBIZ’s extensive coursework gives participants the skills and confidence to raise questions, identify problems, and develop leadership in the transformation process. Take one course, or begin your journey to certification.

We live in a fast-paced global economy. Lean certification starts with the fundamentals and keeps you on track with the newest practices. Our three-tiered certification provides professional development for people in all levels of an organization: Lean Practitioner Level 1, Lean Practitioner Level 2 and Lean Practitioner Level 3.

The Certification program is “hands-on” and application-based. Each certification level includes a project or implementation activities, allowing participants to better absorb what they learn. Learn more about the Certified Lean Practitioner by visiting the Lean Practitioner section of our Training & Development page.

 APICS, the Association for Operations Management is the leader in certification and education programs for supply operations and supply chain management professionals. Expand your Career Opportunities and improve your company’s profitability.  CBIZ is proud to partner with APICS to build your leadership, recognition and knowledge as you complete the Certified in Production and Inventory Management Program (CPIM)

To learn more about the CPIM, email cbiz@scciowa.edu and place CPIM in the subject line.

Check out our Industrial Technology classes below.

To register call (319) 208-5375.

 

ASCM

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Course Date
APICS CPIM Part 1: Basics of Supply Chain Management 9/10/2021
APICS CLTD - Certification in Logistics, Transportation & Distribution 10/22/2021

Lean

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Course Date
Lean 101 - Principles of Lean Manufacturing 10/12/2021
Six Sigma Green Belt 10/19/2021

Manufacturing

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Course Date
Introduction to VFDs 10/19/2021
Motor Basics 11/9/2021
Introduction to Motor Circuit Analysis (MCA) Training 10/19/2021
Introduction to AutoCAD 10/4/2021
Introduction to SOLIDWORKS 10/11/2021
AutoCAD Refresher 10/6/2021
Shielded Metal Arc (Stick) Welding Certificate 8/18/2021
Production Welding Certificate 10/4/2021
Certified Production Technician (CPT) Safety 1/12/2022
Electrical Fundamentals 9/13/2021
Electrical Wiring Components 9/16/2021
Electrical Wiring Diagrams and Schematics 9/17/2021
Control Circuits 9/29/2021
Motors 9/30/2021
Electrical Safety 10/1/2021
Electrical Troubleshooting Fundamentals 10/11/2021
Introduction to PLCs in Industry 10/13/2021
Introduction to Process Control 10/14/2021

Safety

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Course Date
Forklift (Powered Industrial Trucks) Train-the-Trainer 11/17/2021
Forklift Operator Training (Powered Industrial Trucks) 11/23/2021

Welding

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Course Date
Shielded Metal Arc (Stick) Welding Certificate 8/18/2021
Production Welding Certificate 8/30/2021

ASCM

APICS CPIM Part 1: Basics of Supply Chain Management
Part 1: Basics of Supply Chain Management covers basic concepts in managing the complete flow of materials in a supply chain. Candidates explore processes used to develop sales and operations plans and identify and assess internal and external demand and forecasting requirements. The course focuses on the importance of producing achievable master schedules that are objective and consistent with business policies and resource constraints. This course helps prepare you to take Part 1 of the CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management) exam. This course is approved for the Supply Chain Operations Certificate. This class will be available via live video connection only. Please call for details. Registration for this class will need to be made 10 days prior to the start of class.

#80867 21 Hours, 3 Sessions $1,159.00
Hybrid SCC CBIZ,111 or Zoom Tammy Dean
  Fridays, Sep 10 - Oct 8 8 AM - 3:30 PM

 

 

 


APICS CLTD - Certification in Logistics, Transportation & Distribution
Gain recognition and a certification (C). Become an expert in the logistics (L), transportation (T) and distribution (D) fields. The APICS CLTD designation provides a comprehensive body of knowledge and standards for those in the LTD industries. It serves both professionals and employers around the world by reducing the impact of industry skills gaps as well as assisting employers in developing the personnel needed to meet customer demand and impact bottom-line results. This face-to-face APICS CLTD Learning System is a comprehensive professional development and exam preparation program, consisting of eight instructor-led modules and interactive, web-based, study tools. Each module will further empower you with an understanding of the knowledge, best practices, and skills necessary to maximize your organization’s efficiency and impact the bottom line. Help keep you and your organization more competitive in today’s global economy.

#80868 40 Hours, 5 Sessions $2,195.00
Hybrid SCC CBIZ,111 or Zoom Tammy Dean
  Fridays, Oct 22 - Dec 17 8 AM - 4:30 PM

 

 

 


Lean

Lean 101 - Principles of Lean Manufacturing
Combined classroom and hands-on simulation of an operating factory in a 1-day, 8-hour course. This is the first step in learning the principles of Lean manufacturing. No previous experience is required. The course is a mix of classroom and live simulation. You begin by manufacturing simulated circuit boards in a traditional forecasted manufacturing setting. The results of the simulation provide the basis for continuous improvement by applying Lean manufacturing principles. Performance improvements are measured and compared for improved results.

#80925 8 Hours, 1 Session $459.00
  SCC CBIZ,103 & 112 Vicki Baum
  Tuesday, Oct 12 8 AM - 5 PM

 

 

 


Six Sigma Green Belt
Six Sigma professionals are in strong demand by organizations around the world. On the front-lines of Six Sigma efforts are Green Belts. LERN’s Green Belt training teaches participants problem-solving skills, using the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) model. After completing this challenging course, Six Sigma Green Belts serve their organizations as a trained specialist able to work on Six Sigma projects that benefit the organization. Although not required, participants are strongly encouraged to have a project during the course. The instructors and mentors work closely with the class to not only teach the material, but to guide candidates as they work projects. The following asynchronous instructor-led classes that are part of the certificate are Introduction to Six Sigma Green Belt, Intermediate Six Sigma Green Belt, and Advanced Six Sigma Green Belt.

#80926 48 Hours, 6 Sessions $3,495.00
  SCC CBIZ,112 Davis Bothe
  Tue - Thu, Oct 19 - Nov 4 8 AM - 4:30 PM

 

 

 


Manufacturing

New Introduction to VFDs
Gain a better understanding of VFD’s through this basic course. Topics will include basic menu structure, U1 monitors, initialization, auto tune, parameters from B to O, how to read/write parameters to keypad, fault codes, and internal schematic of drive. This class is offered in partnership with Hupp Motors and Yaskawa.

#80979 4 Hours, 1 Session $129.00
  SCC CBIZ,103 Staff
  Tuesday, Oct 19 8 AM - Noon

 

 

 


New
Motor Basics
Get a better understanding of the AC motor repair process through this one day seminar. SCC is partnering with Hupp Motors to help local industry learn more about motor failure, what test are performed and what they mean, way to prevent future failures and more.

#80980 8 Hours, 1 Session $179.00
  SCC CBIZ,103 Ray Ratcliff
  Tuesday, Nov 9 8 AM - 4:30 PM

 

 

 


New
Introduction to Motor Circuit Analysis (MCA) Training
This course will discuss the value of establishing a conditioned based monitoring motor testing program, evaluation electric motor failure mechanisms, discover advantages and characteristics of MCA, as well as data analysis, case studies, specifications, and quality acceptance criteria. This class is offered in partnership with Hupp Motors.

#80981 4 Hours, 1 Session $129.00
  SCC CBIZ,103 Jeff Nantz
  Tuesday, Oct 19 1 - 5 PM

 

 

 


Introduction to AutoCAD
What is CAD? Have you always wanted to find out? Now you can get a hands-on introduction to 2D and 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD). No experience necessary.

#80918 8 Hours, 2 Sessions $129.00
  SCC WB,125 Jonathan Gaddis
  Mon & Tue, Oct 4 & 5 5 - 9 PM

 

 

 


Introduction to SOLIDWORKS
What is 3D modeling? Discover about the basics of SolidWorks. This Microsoft Windows computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) program is one of the most popular with area industries. No experience necessary.

#81004 8 Hours, 2 Sessions $129.00
  SCC WB,125 Jonathan Gaddis
  Mon & Tue, Oct 11 & 12 5 - 9 PM

 

 

 


AutoCAD Refresher
You know the basics, but it has been a few years or there are changes to the upgraded AutoCAD program. You will work with the updated 2014 program to gain knowledge of commands, mode settings, drawing aids, short-cuts, plotting, and other valuable tips and tricks.

#81002 3 Hours, 1 Session $69.00
  SCC WB,125 Jonathan Gaddis
  Wednesday, Oct 6 5 - 8 PM

 

 

 


Shielded Metal Arc (Stick) Welding Certificate
In this American Welding Society "SENSE" aligned course, participants will learn the fundamentals of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) welding, informally known as "Stick" welding. SMAW is one of the first and most popular welding processes. It is used extensively in industrial fabrication and the construction of steel structures. Topics covered include: welding safety, hands-on SMAW welding in all positions using various electrodes, applied math, blueprint reading, and welding symbol interpretation. Welding material will generally be limited to carbon steel.

#78867 224 Hours  
  SCC WB,701/Canvas Kacziniski/Fuhrman
  Mon - Fri, Aug 18 - Nov 5 Evenings - request schedule

 

 

 


Production Welding Certificate
This American Welding Society "SENSE" aligned course is designed for the participant who desires employment in production welding. Curriculum will be delivered through a combination of classroom lecture and hands-on training in a welding lab. Topics covered include welding safety, applied math, blueprint reading and welding symbol interpretation, and MIG welding. Successful participants will have the necessary skills to obtain entry-level employment in the high-demand area of production welding.

#80920 160 Hours  
  SCC WB,700/Canvas Kacziniski/Fuhrman
  Mon - Fri, Aug 30 - Nov 5 Evenings - request schedule

 

 

 


Certified Production Technician (CPT) Safety
This is a national recognized credential of Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Safety. This course will cover the requirements for working safely in manufacturing, personal safety, equipment monitoring and improvement processes. To be successful in this program, t is suggested participants have NCRC Sliver level or higher or equivalency to enroll.

#80922 40 Hours, Sessions $479.00
OL Online Michael Nye
  , Jan 12 -

 

 

 


Electrical Fundamentals
This course introduces the student to basic electrical theory and troubleshooting. Topics include: circuit components, Ohm’s, Lenz’s and Kirchoff’s Laws and their use in circuit calculations. How to use an electric diagnostic meter, measure common electrical values; Ohms, Amps and Volts. How a generator works, Alternating Current basics including RL, RC and RLC circuits and more. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate.

#78556 18 Hours, 3 Sessions $499.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114 Staff
  Mon - Wed, Sep 13 - 15 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Electrical Wiring Components
This lesson centers on the hardware, materials and devices used in electrical circuits. Students will be introduced to commonly-used wire, cable, fixtures and enclosures. You will learn how to use standard IEE and NEC tables and code information such as conduit fill, ampacity, temperature guidelines, common wiring practices, etc. This lesson is a suggested prerequisite to Electrical Trouble Shooting. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate.

#78559 6 Hours, 1 Session $179.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114  
  Thursday, Sep 16 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Electrical Wiring Diagrams and Schematics
This lesson will give the student a broad basic understanding of Wiring diagrams and Schematic diagrams. Topics will include: Wiring diagram types and layout. How to read a wiring diagram. Schematic symbols, circuit arrangements, how to read and interpret a Schematic diagram, etc. This lesson will be reinforced in later electrical trouble shooting sessions. This lesson is a prerequisite for Electrical trouble shooting. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maitenance Technology Certificate

#78589 18 Hours, 3 Sessions $499.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114  
  Friday, Monday & Tuesday, Sep 17 - 28 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Control Circuits
The basic parts of a circuit are explained along with how to arrange circuits to obtain a specific result. Previous lessons on electrical components will be reinforced as specific applications are examined. This lesson is a suggested prerequisite for Electrical Trouble Shooting. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate.

#78551 6 Hours, 1 Session $179.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114  
  Wednesday, Sep 29 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Motors
The basics of how electric motors operate along with their principle parts are explained. Nameplate data, winding configuration, along with common failure modes are discussed. This lesson is a suggested prerequisite for Electrical Trouble Shooting. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate.

#78552 6 Hours, 1 Session $179.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114  
  Thursday, Sep 30 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Electrical Safety
The special requirements of safety as it applies to electrical circuits and components is discussed. Emphasis is placed on safety procedures such as Lockout/Tag Out and other common requirements. Students will learn how to identify electrical hazards and how to determine the lethality of circuits from Arc Flash. This lesson is a suggested prerequisite for Electrical Trouble Shooting. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate.

#78560 6 Hours, 1 Session $179.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114  
  Friday, Oct 1 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Electrical Troubleshooting Fundamentals
This fundamentals course will help you establish skills to locate problems in a safe and efficient manner. A basic knowledge of AC/DC fundamentals is a requirement. This class will introduce you to the latest equipment used throughout industry and teach you how to use those tools in the field. You will learn how to follow a systematic approach to problem solving and how to interpret standard electrical schematic diagrams. The hands-on portion of the class will provide you with actual problems and will help to gauge your learning and identify growth areas. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate.

#78558 12 Hours, 2 Sessions $499.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114  
  Mon & Tue, Oct 11 & 12 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Introduction to PLCs in Industry
The topics covered include hardware components, communication networks to the PLC, understanding uploading, downloading, online, offline, run mode, remote mode, program mode and basic PLC programming. This course is designed for students with minimal to no PLC experience. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate.

#78555 6 Hours, 1 Session $350.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114  
  Wednesday, Oct 13 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Introduction to Process Control
This class will introduce the student to the basics of process control used in manufacturing. Topics covered will include: process control concepts such as open and closed control loops, cascading control, ratio and relational control. Also included is an introduction to flow, pressure, temperature, level and analytical sensing. Signal processing and conditioning are also covered. This course is approved for the Basic Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate.

#78554 12 Hours, 2 Sessions $375.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT 114  
  Thu & Fri, Oct 14 & 15 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


Safety

Forklift (Powered Industrial Trucks) Train-the-Trainer
Instructional delivery of lecture and hands-on training to provide a training program expanding on the trainee's prior knowledge, the types of vehicles used in the workplace, and the hazards of the workplace. Course will utilize group discussion and hands on practice. Each operator will be able to conduct driving skill audits, obtain the knowledge and skills needed to do their job correctly and safely. Trainers must hold a Basic Forklift (PIT) Operator certificate as a prerequisite for this training.

#80847 8 Hours, 1 Session $297.00
  SCC Keokuk,IT Room 114 Michael Nye
  Wednesday, Nov 17 8 AM - 4:30 PM

 

 

 


Forklift Operator Training (Powered Industrial Trucks)
This course is designed to meet the training requirements for OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.178. Training topics include: mechanics, inspection, and maintenance of forklifts; ANSI driving procedures; lift operation; and special operating rules. This course includes a driving module that allows participants to operate a forklift.

#80848 4 Hours, 1 Session $85.00
  SCC WB Michael Nye
  Tuesday, Nov 23 8 AM - Noon

 

 

 

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