Maintenance Skills Training Program - Multi-Skill Training Services, Inc.


We provide the custom, real world, performance-based maintenance skills training that achieves real results.

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We pride ourselves in maintenance skills training that is:


We cater to the facility’s needs and will teach classes at your site any day, any shift, and any time. We have both onsite and online training options.


Only qualified, experienced instructors with an average of 25+ years of real-world experience teach our maintenance skills training courses. Our instructors can help coach your technicians and pass along their valuable knowledge during training.


Trainees must be able to complete the hands-on objective before passing; this assists MST with assessing progressive comprehension.


Maintenance skills training is based on the MST’s Job Task Analysis performed at the facility and targets the individual needs of technicians based on the Maintenance Skills Assessment Test results.


We use state-of-the-art simulators in order to provide real-world maintenance skills training components and hands-on practice during class.


In 25 years of maintenance skills training, we have instructed over 10,000 maintenance technicians and have improved our process each step of the way.

We build the skills of your maintenance team through experienced guidance and real practice.

Mechanical Concepts

Precision Measurements, Bearings, Seals, Belt Drives, Chain Drives, Gears and Gear Drives, Piping Systems and Fittings, Shaft Alignment and Couplings, Introduction to Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Rigging

Maintenance Fundamentals

Industrial Safety, Applied Math, Applied Measurements, Industrial Drawings, Metals, Fasteners, Hand Tools, Power Tools, Shop Tools, Lubrication, Oils, and Greases, Preventive Maintenance

Electrical Power

Safety, Basic Measurements, Series and Parallel Circuits, Conductors and OCPD’s, Basic Circuit Connections, Magnetism and Transformers, Power Distribution Systems, Three-Phase Motors and Diagnostics, Motor Starters and Motor Protection, Basic Motor Controls

Electrical Controls

Safety, Electrical Diagrams and Control Logic, Control Devices, Electromechanical Relays, Photoelectric Switches, Proximity Switches, Time Delay, Troubleshooting Switches and Relays, Control Circuits


Introduction to Hydraulics, Safety, Basic Symbols, Hydraulic Principles, Fluids, Conductors, and Seals, Reservoirs and Contamination Control, Actuators, Directional Control Valves, Pressure Controls, Flow Controls, Hydraulic Pumps, Troubleshooting


Air Compressors and Support Equipment, Pneumatic Piping Systems, Manual Valves, Pneumatic Filters, Strainers, and Lubricators, Pneumatic Diagrams, Pressure Regulators, Safety and Relief Valves, Pneumatic Directional and Control Valves, Pneumatic Single- and Double-Acting Cylinders, Flow Control Valves, Pressure and Temperature Gauges, Pneumatic System, Troubleshooting


Introduction to PLCs, PLC Hardware, Programming Basics, Circuit Conversions, Programming Timers, Programming Counters, Data Manipulation (Data Compare), Math Instructions, Sequencers, Program Control Instructions, Installation and Troubleshooting of the PLC System


Welding Safety, SMAW (ARC Welding), GMAW (MIG Welding), GTAW (TIG Welding), Oxy-Fuel Cutting, Plasma Arc Cutting, Welding Process Selection, Electrode Identification, Welding Symbols, Welding Joints

Analog Controls

Introduction to Process Controls, Process Control Fundamentals, PID Control, Temperature Measurement and Control, Level Measurement, Pressure Measurement, Flow Measurement, Working with Controllers, Variable Speed Drives, Final Control Elements

Machine Shop

Machining Safety, Hand Tools, Precision Measurement, Layout and Blueprint Reading, Sawing Machines, Grinding and Abrasive Machines, Drilling Machines, Lathes, Vertical Mills, Basic CNC Programming

Our maintenance skills training program can provide your company with the Validity and Reliability that you need in your employee selection decision process to ensure compliance with EEOC and UESG Guidelines.

Building Skills Through Continuous Improvement

The depth of our maintenance skills training experience has allowed MST to improve every facet of our training program, from the effectiveness of the curriculum, instructor, classroom setup, lab exercises, and skills assessments. We continually work to improve each element of the maintenance skills training delivery.