Industrial Maintenance Fundamentals Training Package

MST’s Maintenance Fundamentals Training provides a complete course from a subject matter expert with decades of training experience. Whether you choose to schedule onsite training or utilize our curriculum and simulator package, our customized training will provide your employees with hands-on experience and a full understanding of maintenance fundamentals. Start your customized maintenance fundamentals training today!

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Our Industrial Maintenance Fundamentals Training Package Includes

Maintenance Training Classes

Instructor Guide (1)

Lesson Plans: a complete guide for the instructor that clearly describes the learning objectives, materials needed, and topics to be covered for each of the sessions

Lesson Content: text, images, and diagrams that help to demonstrate the concepts in the session

Hands-On Activities: each session includes instructions for each hands-on activity

Student Profile Sheet

Lists all skills that must be attained by students before passing the course; provides a guide for all curriculum

Lab Guide (1)

Step-by-step instructions and pictures to support all hands-on activities

Student Guide (2)

Lesson Content: text, images, and diagrams that help to demonstrate the concepts in the session

Hands-On Activities: each session includes instructions for each hands-on activity

Tools And Components

All tools and materials needed to facilitate each session, including hand tools, power tools, fasteners kit, and lockout kits

Tool Kit (Optional)

Bench vise, safety glasses, #7 drill bit, 1/8″ drill bit, 1/4″ drill bit, diagonal pliers, 4′ workbenches

Support Package

Email and phone support by qualified MST experts upon request

Training Programs

  • Session 1 - Industrial Safety

    General Safety Guidelines, Safety Strategies, Working Safely with Machinery, Other Safety Devices, Hazards Assessment and Prevention, Characterizing Identified Hazards, Hazard Prevention and Control, Safety Audits, Regulatory Agencies and Abbreviations, Visual Safety

  • Session 2 - Applied Math

    Whole numbers, Decimals, Positive and Negative Numbers, Metric Conversions

  • Session 3 - Applied Measurements

    Fractions, Units of Measurement #1, Linear Measurement, Units of Measurement #2, Measuring Devices

  • Session 4 - Industrial Drawings

    Introduction to Blueprints, Types of Drawings, Sketching

  • Session 5 - Metals

    Introduction to Metals, Properties of Metals, Standard Steels, Heat Treatment

  • Session 6 - Hands Tools

    Calipers, Wrenches, Screwdrivers, Pipe Wrenches, Pipe Cutters, Tube Cutters, Flaring Tools, Punches, Metal-Cutting Chisel, Hammers, Metal-Cutting Snips, Vises, Hacksaws, Files, Taps, Dies, Reamers, Machine Part Pullers, Shaft Protectors

  • Session 7 - Power Tools

    Electric Drills, Electric Hammers, Pneumatic Drills, Pneumatic Hammers, Power Wrenches, Lubricators and Moisture Separators, Straight-Blade Power Saws, Band Saws, Circular Saws, Portable Grinders, Angle Grinders

  • Session 8 - Shop Tools

    Offhand Grinding, Sawing and Cut-off Machines, Drill Presses, Twist Drills, Accessories for Drill Presses, Mounting Workpieces, General Drilling Operations, Sharpening Tools and Accessories

  • Session 9 - Fasteners

    Introduction to Fasteners, Measuring Bolts, Measuring Threads and Thread Descriptions, Grades of Bolts and Head Markings, Types of Nuts, Washers and Locking Devices, Tension Torque and Effects of Over-Torquing, Re-use of Fasteners, Galling and Removing/Repairing Threads, Screws, Anchors

  • Session 10 - Lubrication

    Types of Lubricants, Sources of Petroleum, Refining Petroleum, Lubricating Oil and its Properties, Greases, Additives, Multipurpose Lubricants, Bearing Lubrication, Lubrication Practices, Problems with Lubrication, Special Purpose Lubrication, Lubrication Equipment, Lubricant Contamination, Lubrication Rules and Procedures, Food Grade Lubricants

  • Session 11 - Preventative Maintenance

    The Need for Preventative Maintenance (PM), Establishing Maintenance Routes, Steps in Planning a PM Program, Designing and Implementing a PM Program, Predictive Maintenance (PdM)

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Multi-Skill Training Services, Inc. (MST) can enhance the performance of your industrial maintenance personnel by improving your maintenance employees’ technical skills through targeted training.