Downtime puts the brakes on your output
In the automotive manufacturing industry, production line downtime can cost as much as $22,000 per minute, making it hard to reach your targets.
People without automotive electrical troubleshooting training often resort to trial and error, wasting precious time and replacing costly parts unnecessarily.
Properly trained staff can troubleshoot problems quickly and get your equipment up, running, and working so you can reach your output goals.
Steer your maintenance professionals in the right direction.
Equip your professionals to troubleshoot complex malfunctions using our simulation-based solutions.
- Your staff will start with the basics of electrical, control, and motor circuits before progressing to simulations of larger electro-mechanical systems.
- Simulation training is an engaging, hands-on, and completely safe method for maintenance professionals to learn to troubleshoot complex electrical automotive manufacturing equipment malfunctions.
- Computer simulation learning is more effective than classroom lectures and far more cost-effective than physical simulation.
- Simutech Multimedia is the industry leader in simulation-based electrical troubleshooting training.
It’s not easy these days to find people with the skills you need, and it’s not going to get any easier:
- Experienced automotive electrical troubleshooting professionals are retiring in record numbers.
- New graduates often lack the necessary skills to troubleshoot electrical faults in complex equipment.
- Even experienced maintenance professionals may be out of their depth facing the latest sophisticated machines.
If you can’t find them, train them.
It’s not easy these days to find people with the skills you need. And it’s not going to get any easier:
- Experienced professionals are retiring in record numbers
- New graduates don’t have the necessary skills to troubleshoot electrical faults in complex equipment
- Even experienced maintenance professionals may be out of their depth facing the latest sophisticated machines
Buff up maintenance efficiency during uptime.
- Our simulation-based training familiarizes your maintenance professionals with your machines and with industry best practices.
- Even during uptime, sound auto electrical training will benefit your day-to-day proactive maintenance programs and may even decrease the number of downtime incidents.
- Reducing the number of equipment failures means less collateral damage to your machines so they can continue to work for you.
The Simutech Training System is the complete solution.
- Our robust training platform sets us apart from other training systems by providing an environment where the users learn by doing. The 3D, hands-on Learning Labs and Troubleshooting Simulations provide a realistic environment where your professionals will learn to quickly, effectively, and safely diagnose and repair electrical faults in complex automotive electrical systems.
- Simutech’s Learning Management System (LMS) will help you manage your team’s learning and ensure that all of your professionals achieve a consistent level of expertise.
- Reduce your downtime costs and boost your bottom line. Make sure your staff know what to do the instant equipment malfunctions, so that vehicles keep rolling off the assembly line.
- Improve your plant reliability—keep your supply chain running smoothly and your end-users happy.
- Make safety a priority—keep accidents to a minimum and reduce injuries to staff and damage to equipment.
- Train your professionals faster—bridge the skills gap with relevant, cost-effective auto electrical training.
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Training For The Future of Manufacturing
The bright future of the US manufacturing industry has a significant challenge ahead. The baby boomers are quickly retiring, and many members of the younger workforce have no desire for a career in manufacturing. Students are graduating without the critical skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics that companies urgently need. On the other hand, the manufacturing sector is expected to gain 700,000 jobs by 2025.
This is the skills gap problem—a job-and-skills mismatch could result in 2 million manufacturing jobs going unfilled by 2025.