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Welcome to the Waukesha Training Center

World class training, teaching technicians around the globe how to operate Waukesha Gas Engines safely and efficiently.

We make the complex simple. Our modular, instructor-led courses help technicians develop and retain Waukesha gas engine knowledge and skills, whether you are learning about our engines for the first time, or are an experienced technician who needs to stay up-to-date with the latest technology changes.

Learning with Waukesha is more than just another training course. Waukesha employs a global team of expert instructors and Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainers (WATTs) who bring engine theory to life with stories, lessons learned, and best practices gained from years of field experience. Certified and customized courses are available at our 16,000 square foot training facility in Waukesha, globally at one of our partner training centers, or we can bring the training to you.

To ensure you receive the maximum benefit from our courses, a variety of different modern training methods are utilized, including:

Hands-on lab activities on our training engine fleet and ESM simulators

In-class exercises and post-class assignments


The Waukesha training staff works closely with engineering to review and update our training materials to ensure you receive the most up-to-date technical, service, and safety information.

The cost of unplanned downtime can be high – professional training from Waukesha Gas Engines helps your technicians work better, faster and smarter, and protects the long-term reliability, efficiency and profitability of your engine.

Training Courses Available

Expert-built training programs, Instructor-led training, hands-on engine labs and Virtual Instructor-led courses propel your skills to the next level.

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