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Allied Machine & Engineering Launches Allied Tool Academy

Allied Machine & Engineering has launched Allied Tool Academy, a training portal with online training modules which will soon also host event broadcasts and on-site training registration.
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Allied Machine & Engineering has launched its Allied Tool Academy training program. Within this multilevel program, Allied distributors and end users will be able to register for online training modules, live event broadcasts and on-site Technical Education Seminars (TES).

The Allied Tool Academy online training provides the same extensive tooling training included in the three day in-person training hosted at the company’s facilities, but makes it accessible to distributors and end users as an online resource they can complete according to their schedule. The 10 courses currently available as part of this TES Online Certification series contain product overviews, demos and short quizzes. As the online platform grows, Allied will add additional content like specific product applications, online tools, distributor utilities and more.

Future plans for Allied Tool Academy include live broadcasts and registration for on-site TES training. Allied will stream the live educational broadcasts from its training facility so individuals worldwide can gain knowledge on particular holemaking or finishing applications. Furthermore, Allied will offer the in-depth application discussions and practical hands-on training sessions of TES from its training facilities once it is safe and appropriate to meet in person. The company will also continue to provide its field sales engineers for on-location training as needed.

“It is our commitment to provide customers with the essential knowledge and skills to be successful in applying our tooling solutions,” says Kyle Sweitzer, Allied’s training coordinator. As remote learning and virtual spaces become much more prevalent, Allied Tool Academy’s new online training modules serve as a training tool for individuals unable to travel to Dover, Ohio — individuals seeking education online, on demand and on their own schedule.