Hands-on training saves lives
Would you let a surgeon operate on your heart if you discovered he’d only learned how to perform surgery by watching videos?
A surgeon and a maintenance worker are both technicians that learn by doing – not by watching videos or reading books. Additionally, OSHA requires “classroom or on-the-job type” training for qualified electrical workers. OSHA’s stance on computer-based training is that on its own, it is insufficient to meet the training criteria for qualification. When it comes to performing hazardous procedures, hands-on training can mean the difference between life and death. Skills-based hands-on labs give each student the opportunity to develop skills on real equipment in preparation for real-world scenarios.
Our instructors know how to teach
The foundation of our training is skills-based instructor-led hands-on classroom training, because it’s the most effective way to train skilled workers. We have the industry’s largest team of master instructors and they are experts at making the complicated seem simple. They engage students at all levels and masterfully guide them through hands-on exercises so that students learn to perform the latest electrical and mechanical operations skillfully – and safely.