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In conjunction with Unmudl, Boeing provides you with skills training to Get Skills, Get Creds, Get Jobs® and prepare for your next job at Boeing!

Boeing Unmudl Originals

These courses will help you prepare for the following jobs at Boeing: Structures Mechanic, Assembly Technician, Component Installer & Electrical Assembler.
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Introduction to Avionics

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4.67 (9)
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$499.00
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Drilling Fundamentals

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4.71 (7)
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$674.00
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Introduction to Composite Assembly

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4.67 (3)
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$719.00
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Introduction to Sheet Metal/Structures

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5 (4)
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$945.00

The Future Today:
Boeing Production Workforce

Boeing's Production Workforce is safety-focused and every day around the globe, Boeing's manufacturing employees create tomorrow’s aerospace innovations. This is where your aptitude, talent, skills and passion for crafting the best products in the world will allow Boeing to continue excelling at large-scale production systems.

Boeing offers four skill paths for manufacturing and quality roles:
1) Introduction to Avionics
2) Drilling Fundamentals
3) Composite Assembly
4) Sheet Metal/Structures.

There are four job roles available, each with different skills requirements: 1) Structures Mechanic, 2) Assembly Technician, 3) Component Installer & 4) Electrical Assembler. The depth and length of the training curriculum varies by job role.

Structures Mechanic

As a Structures Mechanic, you will use your knowledge to determine which task or procedure is needed to achieve desired outcomes. The mechanic’s work is reviewed daily by leadership and the mechanic is able to work on one or more process paths, within their team.

The mechanic will perform a variety of  procedures and is able to troubleshoot with documentation. The mechanic escalates when actions require deviation from documented procedures. The mechanic’s work will impact team metrics which may require the mechanic to assist in process improvement.

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Assembly Technician

An Assembly Technician's work is tactical, focused on goals where the problem, opportunity, and strategy are already defined. They use their knowledge and skill to build, implement, and/or meet assigned goals. The technician works with their peers on specific workflows/processes and may create new procedures.

The technician will handle straightforward problems, projects, initiatives, and tasks, and should be able to troubleshoot with no procedure or documentation. They escalate roadblocks and risks and can make trade-offs between time vs. resources. The technician may create operational excellence/continuous improvement initiatives and their work impacts their team’s metrics.

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Component Installer

As a Component Installer, you are responsible for the design, implementation, and documentation of control solutions for material handling equipment and systems. You understand business problems and risks on your team; you are able to assess risks associated with control system changes or upgrades and develop mitigation strategies.

You prepare specifications and technical detail to fully define performance on equipment, material and services. You perform PLC control level issue diagnosis.

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Electrical Assembler

An Electrical Assembler's work is tactical, focused on goals where the problem, opportunity, and strategy are already defined. They use their knowledge and skill to build, implement, and/or meet assigned goals. The assembler works with their peers on specific workflows/processes and may create new procedures.

The assembler will handle straightforward problems, projects, initiatives, and tasks, and should be able to troubleshoot with no procedure or documentation. They escalate roadblocks and risks and can make trade-offs between time vs. resources. The assembler may create operational excellence/continuous improvement initiatives and their work impacts their team’s metrics.

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Boeing Unmudl Originals are available exclusively on Unmudl!

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3. Do you have a diverse workplace?

4. Can I apply for more than one job?

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Boeing - Unmudl Partnership

Boeing's Production Workforce is safety-focused and every day around the globe, Boeing's manufacturing employees create tomorrow’s aerospace innovations.

Boeing's collaboration with Unmudl expands Boeing's reach and resources, offering a broader range of courses for their employees. It also aligns Boeing's specialized training with Unmudl's flexible learning options and industry-relevant approach, reinforcing Boeing's commitment to elevating professional standards and opening pathways for ongoing development and internal career advancement.

Our Team

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Chief Executive Officer
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Innovation Partnership Lead
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