TRAINING AND EDUCATION

On-Site Machine Orientation and Operator Training

As part of every new machine installation, your HFO provides on-site machine orientation and operator training. Contact us for more information or to request an outline of the topics and procedures covered during this training.

Optional HFO Based Training Classroom Training

Every new Haas machine purchase is eligible for unlimited operator and programming training at additional cost. The training includes both basic and advanced classes and is offered at one of our HFO locations for as long as you own your Haas machine. Contact us for more information and to request a list of the classes offered including course outlines. Registration or reservations required. Details on classes are available HERE https://phillipscorp.com/hfo-training-classes/

To request additional information, contact us at [email protected]

Custom Training

In addition to our regularly scheduled one-day Haas operator and programming classes offered at our various HFO/HTEC locations, we offer custom training that can be provided at your facility or at any of our HFO locations. We can design these training solutions to meet your specific training requirements.

Maintenance & Repair Training

HFO Phillips offers week-long Haas Customer Maintenance Training Classes each month in our Knoxville TN Training Facility. This program covers Machine Specifications, Diagnostics, Tool Release Piston, Spindles, Automatic Tool Changer, Axis Motor Replacement, Ballscrews, Lubrication System, Vector Drives and more! Please contact 336-790-9758 for schedule, registration and pricing. 

HTEC NETWORK

Haas Technical Education Training Network

HTEC is a global network and partnership between learning institutions, Haas Automation, and Haas Factory Outlets. This partnership ensures that qualified learning institutes receive support to provide the highest quality CNC education. Haas Technical Education Centers leverage the capabilities and technologies of Haas Automation and partner with industry, schools, and professional societies to exchange best practices and exploit the power of modern manufacturing equipment for educational purposes.