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10 Production Training Courses

We’ve put together a list of practical production training courses to help your team create a safe and efficient workplace. Topics include the best manufacturing practices, workplace safety tips, and even OSHA-related courses. Read on to improve your production lines today.

10 Production Training Courses
Last published: 15th May 2024
SC Training (formerly EdApp) Production Training Courses - Good Manufacturing Practices for the Manufacturing Industry

1. Good Manufacturing Practices for the Manufacturing Industry by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

A great production line starts with good manufacturing practices or GMP. SC Training (formerly EdApp) offers a comprehensive production training course on the best practices of the manufacturing industry. You’ll learn about the standards and regulations you need to keep to meet the quality set by authorities. Meeting these standards can guarantee the safety of your employees and consumers.

It’s a 3-part course split into microlessons or quick but impactful lessons your team can take in a matter of minutes. The first lesson is an easy introduction to GMP. The last 2 dig a little deeper and take you through the principles of GMP like documentation, validation, equipment maintenance, and more. Although it may seem like a lot of information, the course is designed to be bite-sized and interactive making it less overwhelming for learners.

This course and all other courses by SC Training (formerly EdApp) are completely editable. This means you can add your company’s branding and learning materials specific to your guidelines. 

  • Cost: Free (up to 10 users)
  • Scope: introduction to good manufacturing practices (GMP), principles of GMP, additional principles of GMP

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Production Training Courses - Ergonomics (for Manufacturing)

2. Ergonomics (for Manufacturing) by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

Workers in production often perform tasks that involve physical labor like lifting, pulling, and bending that take a toll on the body. Repetitive physical tasks done carelessly can cause health complications later on. That’s why we have ergonomics. Ergonomics are practices you do in the workplace to make all kinds of labor much easier and safer. This SC Training (formerly EdApp) production training course covers everything from the basics to the specifics of ergonomics for manufacturing.

This production training gives your workers an overview of the benefits of ergonomics, the common risk factors, and possible injuries caused by a lack of knowledge. Risk factors include long-term health risks like muscle sprains, tendonitis, spine disorders, and more. The course also delves into the best practices like the correct lifting form and posture awareness that you can easily integrate into your everyday work. 

One lesson is dedicated to the essential practice of stretching, which is key to any physical activity even outside of work. SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s manufacturing training includes a host of interactive features like quizzes and gamification elements that’ll make learning enjoyable and rewarding. It’s time to drop the boring toolbox talks and time to integrate fun learning tools into your safety training practices today.

  • Cost: Free (up to 10 users)
  • Scope: benefits of ergonomics, risk factors without ergonomics, best ergonomic practices, stretching

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360training Production Training Courses - Piping Materials and Manufacturing Methods

3. Piping Materials and Manufacturing Methods by 360training

360training designs a lot of technical production training courses like this one on piping materials and manufacturing methods. The course contains general information on different manufacturing processes of pipe materials and metals. This 30-minute manufacturer training covers heat-treating practices for steel, the mechanical properties of metal, and the physical compositions of pipes. All of these enrich your workers' knowledge for the production line.

360training is an online platform that your crew can easily access from their mobile devices. It’s self-paced so your learners can take it whenever they’re available. Course certifications are also available upon completion.

  • Cost: 20 USD
  • Scope: Steel composition and heat-treating practices, mechanical properties of metal, pipe manufacturing methods, criteria for selecting piping materials

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Alison Production Training Courses - Introduction to Quality Management

4. Introduction to Quality Management by Alison

Quality management is an essential aspect of production. Without proper knowledge of quality standards and procedures, your team can’t create great products on the line. This production training course by Alison takes your team through quality standards like ISO 9000 regulations, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) principles, and the six sigma system. Your team will also learn about customer acceptance criteria, safety, and service after the sale.

This comprehensive course is hosted on Alison’s digital learning platform. You can take notes, set study reminders, and even access customer support 24/7 in case you need anything. 

  • Cost: Free, with paid plans
  • Scope: Quality standards, ISO 9000 regulations, HACCP principles, six sigma system, customer acceptance criteria

Created by Alison

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Production Training Courses - Allergen Awareness

5. Allergen Awareness (for Manufacturing) by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

Allergen Awareness (for Manufacturing) is a production training course by SC Training (formerly EdApp) that aims to help workers on the line mitigate allergic reactions during production. Allergens are a hazardous health risk that can cause serious complications, so all employees must know the basics. 

This course will tackle common allergens at the workplace like pollen, dust mites, and particular foods. Allergic reactions like anaphylaxis and Coeliac Disease are also covered in the course. But most importantly, your team will learn allergen control and risk management. For example, correct labeling and packaging of products.

This is just one of the many production courses SC Training (formerly EdApp) offers in its expansive editable course library. If you want to make little tweaks here and there with the design or content itself, you can easily do so with the intuitive authoring tool. It’s all drag and drop, you won’t need a drop of coding knowledge.

  • Cost: Free (up to 10 users)
  • Scope: Introduction to allergen awareness, allergic reactions, anaphylaxis, Coeliac Disease, allergen control and risk management

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ClickSafety Production Training Courses - Electrical Safety Awareness for Manufacturing

6. Electrical Safety Awareness for Manufacturing by ClickSafety

Electrical Safety is another important topic for production training courses because all industries use machinery in any kind of manufacturing. ClickSafety’s Electrical Safety Awareness is a safety training introductory course. It covers electrical work standards and regulations, common electrical hazards, Ohm’s law, and other electrical terms relevant to the production line. The goal of the training is to equip your crew with the skills and knowledge to practice safe electrical usage and prevent electrical accidents. 

The course is quick. It’ll take about 30 minutes to complete. And if your team members pass the assessment, they’ll be awarded a certificate of completion.

  • Cost: 25 USD
  • Scope: Electrical work standards and regulations, common hazards, control measures, Ohm’s law, amps, volts, and ohms, risk management

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Production Training Courses - Investigating Workplace Incidents (OSHA) (for Manufacturing)

7. Investigating Workplace Incidents (OSHA) (for Manufacturing) by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

From dangerous equipment to unsafe working conditions, there are just too many risk factors involved in a production line. That’s why your workplace needs to learn proper incident investigation to prevent risks from happening. This production training course by SC Training (formerly EdApp) walks learners through The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) four-step system approach to incident investigation.

The lessons will include pre-incident planning, or first understanding the steps to incident investigation. The next two lessons will be about data collection and analysis. You’ll learn how to collect and preserve data from the incident scene and how to interpret that data to create a root cause analysis. To tie it all together, the final lesson will run you through corrective actions or what to do moving forward.

Although production training can get technical, SC Training (formerly EdApp) makes it simple by delivering its training content through microlessons. These are bite-sized lessons designed to be quick but impactful. So, you don’t have to worry about your team getting overwhelmed with information.

  • Cost: Free (up to 10 users)
  • Scope: OSHA four-step incident investigation, pre-incident planning, preserving and documenting data, root cause analysis, corrective actions

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Production Training Courses - Automation Safety

8. Automation Safety by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

Assembly work is done with a lot of help from automated equipment. But careless use of these tools can lead to serious injuries. To provide workers with safe operation training, SC Training (formerly EdApp) developed this Automation Safety production training course. As with any awareness training, the course covers types of accidents, manufacturing hazards, and the kinds of industrial robots available at a manufacturing line.

The course tackles lessons on risk control and safeguarding methods like how to use barriers, emergency stop buttons, and buddy systems. Creating routine safety checks is also included in the scope of the course. All of these topics are created with interactive quizzes to help retain information. But it’s also just to make sure the training is engaging and fun. 

  • Cost: Free (up to 10 users)
  • Scope: types of automation-related accidents, manufacturing hazards, industrial robots, collaborative robots, risk control, routine safety checks

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eTraining Production Training Courses - Lockout Tagout

9. Lockout Tagout by eTraining

Locking out and tagging out is an important part of maintaining machines because stored energy in equipment can cause harm to employees. This production training course by eTraining was created from and compliant with OSHA lockout tagout standards. The course covers control procedures, lockout requirements, inspection requirements, device removal, group lockout/tagout, and proper startup and shutdown procedures. 

Upon completion of the course, the learner will receive a personalized certificate that’s available for download. The training materials can be accessed online anytime, even on mobile devices. It’ll take around an hour to complete, so make sure to let your learners know ahead of time.

  • Cost: 20 USD
  • Scope: Control procedures, lockout requirements, inspection requirements, device removal, group lockout/tagout, startup and shutdown procedures, lockout tagout safety regulations

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Production Training Courses - Slip, Trips, and Falls (for Manufacturing)

10. Slip, Trips, and Falls (for Manufacturing) by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

Fall accidents don’t seem like a big deal, right? But did you know that it’s the second leading cause of unintentional death worldwide? About two-thirds of these happen due to slips and trips, but these are all avoidable. This production training course by SC Training (formerly EdApp) focuses on how these accidents happen and key preventative measures for fall accidents in manufacturing lines.

This 3-part course starts with a root cause analysis. What are the things that cause slips, trips, and falls in the workplace? For example, basics like wet floors and trip hazards. The second lesson is all about practical preventative measures from decluttering to good housekeeping. The final lesson is about risk assessment and management or how to systematize preventing fall accidents.

  • Cost: Free (up to 10 users)
  • Scope: why do fall accidents happen, practical prevention steps, risk assessment

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Create safer manufacturing lines with production training courses

Every day, workers in production lines handle dangerous equipment like conveyor belts and forklifts. Some are exposed to hazardous materials and common allergens, which can cause long-term health complications. But, health risks can be mitigated by following simple safety protocols and policies. That’s why proper production training courses are important. Provide quality learning materials on important topics like OSHA regulations, PPE usage, and incident investigation, so you can build a culture of safety in your workplace today.

And the best part? Your team can complete courses anytime, anywhere, on any device.

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