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									Industrial Training Zone by Lab-Volt delivers a broad range of online industrial training courses
designed to help you build a more competent, qualified, and efficient workforce.
Imagine an industrial training program that delivers powerful training right to your computer – the right
content in the right context, comprehensive assessments, and the latest tools to measure performance.
Our interface gives you more ways than ever to meet your industrial training needs.
Proven
Our Courseware is proven by the industry. It is updated and reviewed regularly by content subject matter
experts so you can rely on its accuracy and relevance.
Engaging
Our training features 3D simulations, course narrations, a virtual guide, testing, and quizzes to promote
learning retention and use on the job.
Easy-to-use
Our training concept is simple: We host it, you control it! Your employees take courses that are self-paced,
guided, modular, and the right length to provide them with exactly the training they need.




  • AC/DC Motors and Drives          • Industrial Electrical            • Mobile Electrical
  • Advanced Hydraulics              • Industrial Hydraulics            • Mobile Hydraulics
  • Brushless DC Motors              • Industrial Mechanical            • Pneumatic Specialist
  • Diesel Engines                   • Industrial Pneumatics            • PLC Fundamentals
  • Electrical Theory                • Industrial Safety                • Renewable Energy
  • Gas Turbine Engines              • Marine Diesel                    • Welding




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Workforce Development
ITZ courses are SCORM-Compliant and run in a standards-based Learning Management System (LMS).
Features include:
                                        • Training – Hundreds of hours of engaging, interactive
                                          content.
                                        • Testing – Pre-Training assessment and post-training certi-
                                          fication tests.
                                        • Tracking – Detailed tracking of cumulative training time
                                          and testing results.
                                        • Reporting – Download and printout results for compli-
                                          ance.
                                        • Complete courseware delivery and classroom manage-
                                          ment:
                                            » Content management and flexibility
                                            » Personalized training
                                            » Consistent delivery
                                            » Enhanced training administration
                                            » Easy to update
                                            » Test prep for American Welding Society and
                                              International Fluid Power Society Certifications
                                            » Reseller Partner Program and custom training
                                              domains available




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  Electrical Theory
  Model 47905

                                                   This theory-based course is designed for electrical
                                                   technicians, those seeking to renew their electrical
                                                   master’s certification, and those seeking to become
                                                   journeymen. This course begins with the basics –
                                                   the atom, charge, voltage, current, etc. – followed
                                                   by an in-depth, theoretical approach to circuit
                                                   analysis, basic magnetism, magnetic induction, and
                                                   single- and poly-phase AC circuits.
                                                   Topic Coverage
                                                   • Fundamentals
                                                   • Basic Physics
                                                   • Circuit Fundamentals
                                                   • Circuit Analysis
                                                   • Basic Magnetism
                                                   • Magnetic Circuits
                                                   • Single-Phase AC Circuits
                                                   • Magnetic Induction
                                                   • Poly-Phase AC Circuits

                                                        Course Length: 15 hours
  Brushless DC Motors
  Model 47918

Our Brushless DC Motors course is designed
to help trainees understand how brushless DC
motors work and how they interact with other
systems. Trainees also learn how to identify and
calculate the speed, torque, and horsepower of
a motor, how motors and drives operate, how
to identify the hardware and firmware involved
in motor operation, and safety considerations
associated with operating electromechanical
systems.

Topic Coverage

• Motor Components
• Commutation
• Motor Performance
• Selecting a Brushless Motor

Course Length: 10 hours




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Industrial Electrical
Model 47903



                          Industrial Electrical delivers a practical training expe-
                          rience designed to help trainees understand the
                          concepts behind electrical systems. This course is
                          popular among those who need to understand the
                          workings of electrical systems on the production
                          floor.

                          Topic Coverage
                          • Electrical Fundamentals
                          • Circuit Fundamentals
                          • Circuit Analysis
                          • Basic Magnetism
                          • Circuit Components
                          • Electrical Testers

                          Course Length: 15 hours


AC/DC Motors and Drives
Model 47908

                   AC/DC Motors & Drives is designed to help trainees under-
                   stand how electrical motors and drives work with each
                   other and other systems. Trainees also learn how to iden-
                   tify and calculate the speed, torque, and horsepower of a
                   motor, how motors and drives operate, how to identify the
                   hardware and firmware involved in motor operation, and
                   safety considerations associated with operating electrome-
                   chanical systems.
                   Topic Coverage
                   • System Components             • AC/DC Drives Hardware
                   • AC/DC Motors                  • AC and DC Braking
                   • Replacement Motors or         • Testing the System
                     Drives                        • Checking the System
                   • Line Protection and           • Using the HIM with the
                     Filtering                       Drive
                   • Electrostatic Concepts        • Selecting a Drive

                   Course Length: 15 hours




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  Mobile Electrical
  Model 47907

Mobile Electrical is designed to help trainees
understand the fundamental concepts of electri-
cal systems of mobile equipment, including the
basic electrical system common to almost all
combustion engine vehicles, and how the bat-
tery, charging, and starting systems function and
interact with each other.
Topic Coverage
• Electrical Fundamentals
• Circuit Fundamentals
• Circuit Analysis
• Basic Magnetism
• Circuit Components
• Electrical Testers
• Charging and Starting Systems

Course Length: 15 hours



  PLC Fundamentals
  Model 47910


The Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) course
explores the hardware, firmware, and software that
make a PLC function. The course also examines
appropriate PLCs to use for specific purposes, how
to connect devices to a PLC, and how to read and
write basic PLC ladder-logic software programs.

Topic Coverage

• What is a PLC?
• PLC Hardware
• How a PLC is Structured
• How to Program a PLC
• Devices Connected to a PLC
• How to Use Timers
• How to Use Counters

Course Length: 15 hours




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  Mobile Hydraulics
  Model 47906


Mobile Hydraulics covers the fundamental concepts
of hydraulic systems of mobile equipment as well
as the hydraulic components and circuits associ-
ated with these systems. Trainees study the basics of
hydrostatic transmissions, valves, and maintenance
systems common to most combustion engine vehi-
cles.
Topic Coverage
• Fluid Power Physics                    • Modular Control
• Pumps                                    Valves
• Actuators                              • Fluid Conditioning
• Hydrostatic Transmissions              • Check Valves
• Pressure Control                       • Accessory Components
• Directional Control Valves             • Fluid Conductors
• Flow Control Valves                    • Schematics

Course Length: 15 hours


  Industrial Hydraulics
  Model 47901

Industrial Hydraulics is designed to help trainees
understand the various components found in a typi-
cal hydraulic system and how these components
function and interact with each other. This course
also explores basic physics laws as they apply to fluid
power and symbols used in hydraulics schematics.

Topic Coverage

• Industrial Hydraulics        • Modular Control Valves
  Physics                      • Fluid Conditioning
• Pumps                        • Check Valves
• Actuators                    • Fluid Conductors
• Pressure Control             • Schematics
• Directional Control          • Basic System Design
• Flow Control Valves          • Accessory Components

Course Length: 15 hours




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  Advanced Hydraulics
  Model 47917

Advanced Hydraulics builds on the Mobile and
Industrial Hydraulics courses, exploring more
advanced topics including Servo Application,
Servo Drive, Servo Actuator, Rectification,
Filtering, Bus Discharge, MOSFET, Power
Output, PWM, PID, Loop Closure, Bottling,
and Edge Guide.

Topic Coverage

• Servo Drive
• Power Input Section
• Power Output Section
• Control Section
• Input/Output


Course Length: 10 hours



  Industrial Pneumatics
  Model 47902

Industrial Pneumatics is designed to help train-
ees understand the various components found
in a typical pneumatic system and how these
components function and interact with each
other. The course also explores the basic physics
laws, schematics, and systems design associated
with pneumatic systems and fluid power.

Topic Coverage

• Basic Physics               • Actuators
• Compressors                 • Miscellaneous Valves
                                                   s
• Air Dryers                  • Accessories
• Air Preparation             • Airline Conductors
• Air Distribution            • Vacuum
• Directional Control         • Understanding
  Valves                        Schematics

Course Length: 15 hours




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  Pneumatic Specialist
  Model 47909
The Pneumatic Specialist course has been devel-
oped in collaboration with the Fluid Power Society
and CFC-Solar to help trainees understand the con-
cepts related to the successful design and interac-
tion of pneumatic systems as a Certified Pneumatic
Specialist.
This course covers all of the information found in the
manual developed by the Fluid Power Society, and
additionally, delivers an interactive training experi-
ence unmatched by any other pneumatic training.

Topic Coverage

• Load and Motion Control               • Pneumatic
• System Analysis & Troubleshooting       Specialist
• System Design                                            dy
                                                           d
                                          Certification Study
• Component Application                   Guide
• Air Compression & Preparation                            io
                                                            ons
                                        • Reference Equations
• Pneumatic Safety Guide

                                                                  Course Length: 30 hours
  Renewable Energy
  Model 47919

                                                         Our Renewable Energy training curriculum deliv-
                                                         ers a practical training experience designed to
                                                         help trainees understand the core concepts
                                                         required to operate and maintain various renew-
                                                         able energy systems. The course begins with
                                                         e
                                                         electrical systems and AC/DC Motors and Drives.
                                                         S
                                                         Students then advance to the functions and
                                                         i
                                                         interactions of mechanical and fluid power sys-
                                                         t
                                                         tems, and end the course with a comprehensive
                                                         u
                                                         understanding of the methodology of renew-
                                                         a
                                                         able energy systems.

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                                                         Topic Coverage

                                                         • Safety                 • Generators and
                                                         • Hydraulics               Motors
                                                         • Electrical             • Gears, Shafts, and
                                                         • PLCs                     Bearings




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Industrial Mechanical
Model 47904

                        This course gives trainees an overview of the basic
                        physics laws, schematics, and systems design
                        associated with mechanical power transmissions.
                        Trainees learn about the various components found
                        in a typical mechanical system, and how these
                        components function and interact with each other.

                        Topic Coverage

                        • Basic Physics
                        • Linear Actuators
                        • Clutches
                        • Brakes
                        • Clutch/Brake Combinations
                        • Bearings
                        • Gears
                        • Drives
                        • Couplings
                        Course Length: 15 hours


Diesel Engines
Model 47913

                        This course begins with combustion fundamentals
                        and a brief history of diesel engines. Trainees then
                        explore the various components of a typical diesel
                        engine and how these components function and
                        interact with each other. The Diesel Engines course
                        also covers fuel pumps, fuel injectors, intake and
                        exhaust systems, engine lubrication and engine
                        cooling systems.

                        Topic Coverage

                        • Combustion Fundamentals
                        • Engine Components
                        • Air Intake and Exhaust
                        • Diesel Fuel Systems
                        • Fuel System Components
                        • Engine Lubrication
                        • Engine Cooling
                        • Electrical System
                        Course Length: 15 hours



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  Marine Diesel
  Model 47914

The Marine Diesel course is an extension of the
Diesel Engines course and covers the fundamental
issues associated with larger diesel engines and their
application in a marine environment.

Topic Coverage

• Diesel Fundamentals
• Basic Types of Engines
• Engine Mounting
• Engine Starting
• Fuel Systems
• Engine Timing
• Engine Lubrication
• Engine Exhaust
• Intelligent Engines
• Trouble Conditions
• Dual Fuel Engines
Course Length: 15 hours


  Gas Turbine Engines
  Model 47915

This course begins with gas turbine fundamentals
and a brief history of gas turbine engines. Trainees
then explore the various components of a typical
gas turbine engine and how these components func-
tion and interact with each other. The Gas Turbine
Engines course also covers fluid flow, engine perfor-
mance, maintenance, and monitoring.


Topic Coverage

• The Gas Turbine Engine
• Gas Turbine Engine Components
• Fluid Flow
• Engine Performance and Specifications
• Gas Turbine Maintenance
• Monitoring



Course Length: 15 hours



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  Industrial Safety
  Model 47912

Our Industrial Safety course delivers an interac-
tive training experience focused on safety from
an employee perspective. Safety standards and
regulations exist in most countries and are simi-
lar in their requirements and their recommen-
dations. This course covers ten common safety
concerns in industrial, manufacturing, and con-
struction environments.


Topic Coverage

• Introduction to Safety             • Machine Guarding
• Walking and Working Surfaces       • Chemical Safety
• Prevention and Protection Plans                             ks
                                                               s
                                     • Powered Industrial Trucks
• Personal Protective Equipment      • Industrial Hygiene
• Electrical Safety                  • Ergonomics

Course Length: 15 hours




Weld Academy is the leading online welding instruc-
tion and training course, delivering powerful learn-
ing content that’s proven, engaging and easy to use.
WeldAcademy provides welding courses designed
to assist welding professionals by expanding their
knowledge base and core competencies. Individually,
each course addresses specific workplace situations.
Additionally, successful completion of all courses of-
fered demonstrates the candidate’s readiness to take
the American Welding Society’s Part A – Welding
Fundamentals examination.
Topic Coverage
• Welding Inspection and Certification                   • Metal Properties and Destructive Testing
• Safe Practices for Welding Personnel                   • Metric Practice for Welding Personnel
• Metal Joining and Cutting Processes                    • Welding Metallurgy for Welding Personnel
• Weld Joint Geometry and Welding Symbols                • Weld and base Metal Discontinuities
• Documents Governing Welding Inspection and             • Visual Inspection and Other Nondestructive
  Qualification                                            Evaluation (NDE) Methods and Symbols
Course Length: 40 hours


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    ITZ Quick Reference Course List
ELECTRICAL
AC/DC Motors and Drives
• System Components                 •   Electrostatic Concepts       • Using the HIM with the Drive
• AC/DC Motors                      •   AC/DC Drives Hardware        • Selecting a Drive
• Brushless DC Motors               •   AC and DC Braking
• Selecting a Replacement Motor     •   Testing the System
• Line Protection and Filtering     •   Checking the System
Brushless DC Motors
• Motor Components                  • Motor Performance
• Commutation                       • Selecting a Brushless Motor
Electrical Theory
• Fundamentals                      • Circuit Analysis               • Single-Phase AC Circuits
• Basic Physics                     • Basic Magnetism                • Magnetic Induction
• Circuit Fundamentals              • Magnetic Circuits              • Poly-Phase AC Circuits

Industrial Electrical
• Electrical Fundamentals           • Circuit Analysis               • Circuit Components
• Circuit Fundamentals              • Basic Magnetism                • Electrical Testers

Mobile Electrical
• Electrical Fundamentals           • Basic Magnetism                • Charging and Starting Systems
• Circuit Fundamentals              • Circuit Components
• Circuit Analysis                  • Electrical Testers

FLUID POWER
Advanced Hydraulics
• Servo Drive                       • Control Section
• Power Input Section               • Input/Output
• Power Output Section
Industrial Hydraulics
•   Industrial Hydraulics Physics   •   Flow Control Valves          • Fluid Conductors
•   Pumps                           •   Modular Control Valves       • Understanding Schematics
•   Actuators                       •   Fluid Conditioning           • Basic System Design
•   Pressure Control                •   Check Valves
•   Directional Control             •   Accessory Components

Industrial Pneumatics
• Basic Physics                     •   Air Distribution             •   Accessories
• Compressors                       •   Directional Control Valves   •   Airline Conductors
• Air Dryers                        •   Actuators                    •   Vacuum
• Air Preparation                   •   Miscellaneous Valves         •   Understanding Schematics

Mobile Hydraulics
• Fluid Power Physics               •   Directional Control Valves   • Accessory Components
• Pumps                             •   Flow Control Valves          • Fluid Conductors
• Actuators                         •   Modular Control Valves       • Understanding Schematics
• Hydrostatic Transmissions         •   Fluid Conditioning
• Pressure Control                  •   Check Valves




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    ITZ Quick Reference Course List
FLUID POWER (CONT.)
Pneumatic Specialist
• Load and Motion Control                • System Design                            • Air Compression and Preparation
• System Analysis and Troubleshooting    • Component Application

MANUFACTURING
Industrial Safety
• Introduction to Safety                 •   Electrical Safety                      • Industrial Hygiene
• Walking and Working Surfaces           •   Machine Guarding                       • Ergonomics
• Prevention and Protection Plans        •   Chemical Safety
• Personal Protective Equipment          •   Powered Industrial Trucks
MECHANICAL
Diesel Engines
• Combustion Fundamentals                • Diesel Fuel Systems                      • Engine Cooling
• Engine Components                      • Fuel System Components                   • Electrical System
• Air Intake and Exhaust                 • Engine Lubrication
Gas Turbine Engines
• The Gas Turbine Engine                 • Engine Performance and                   • Monitoring
• Gas Turbine Engine Components            Specifications
• Fluid Flow                             • Gas Turbine Maintenance
Industrial Mechanical
• Basic Physics                          • Brakes                                   • Gears
• Linear Actuators                       • Clutch/Brake Combination                 • Drives
• Clutches                               • Bearings                                 • Couplings
Marine Diesel
•   Diesel Fundamentals                  •   Fuel Systems                           • Intelligent Engines
•   Basic Types of Engines               •   Engine Timing                          • Trouble Conditions
•   Engine Mounting                      •   Engine Lubrication                     • Dual Fuel Engines
•   Engine Starting                      •   Engine Exhaust
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS (PLC)
PLC Fundamentals
• What is a PLC?                         • How to Program a PLC                     • How to Use Timers
• PLC Hardware                           • PLC Numbering Systems                    • How to Use Counters
• How a PLC is Structured                • Devices Connected to a PLC

RENEWABLE ENERGY CURRICULUM
• Safety                                 • Generators and Motors
• Hydraulics                             • PLCs
• Electrical                             • Gears, Shafts, and Bearings
WELD ACADEMY
Welding
• Welding Inspection and Certification    • Documents Governing Welding In-          • Welding Metallurgy for Welding
• Safe Practices for Welding Personnel     spection and Qualification                  Personnel
• Metal Joining and Cutting Processes    • Metal Properties and Destructive Test-   • Weld and Base Metal Discontinuities
• Weld Joint Geometry and Welding          ing                                      • Visual Inspection and Other NDE
  Symbols                                • Metric Practice for Welding Personnel      Methods and Symbols



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