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What we do

The Peterson brothers develop your teams by teaching the hard skills required to do their technical jobs, the soft skills to effectively share that knowledge with others, and ultimately building a culture that attracts and retains the best technicians the workforce has to offer.

Why we do it

Is your downtime cost still frustrating your plans for growth? Are you trying to justify expensive, week-long Manufacturer training that your techs only need one day of? 

These questions are the reason we started our company. Our work in this field has given us experience in the problems we are looking to solve. We’ve been hit with those downtime costs. We’ve watched good employees walk out the door because they couldn’t be challenged and grow.

No matter the industry or field, the best training is specific to the facility and the tasks which the technicians are likely to see. Our programs take your excellent team and make them better.

Don’t live with a culture and team that only do enough to survive. We call this the “Bare Minimum Mentality.” Give your technicians quality training so that they can always be able to deliver 110%.


Who we've helped along the way

Engineering Manager - Chehalis, WA

Thank you once again! The technicians all came back feeling like they have some new tools! I truly appreciate the effort you have put into this course. 

- Centralia, WA

I think Mr. Peterson has a great way of explaining the material and enjoys helping anyone. It really helps for the instructor to show that they care that I am understanding everything.

- Olympia, WA

The Instructors are very good at teaching this program. This program is also an amazing opportunity for anybody looking for a job.

The Peterson Brothers


Jon’s expertise is in the field working on equipment and solving critical problems on factory floors. His passion is bringing you the real life examples from out in the industry. 


The experience he draws from for teaching is based on his experience in a wide variety of industries. His work includes being a Manufacturing Electrician at Braun NW, a specialty shop designing emergency vehicles. He worked at Amazon Company in several roles ranging from Hardware Maintenance Technician to Automation Engineering Lead. Most recently, his work as an Automation Engineer at Alta Forest Products included specializing in PLC, HMI and SCADA technology.

Jon has an A.A.S. Electronics, Robotics, and Automation with certificates in Electronics Assembly and Automation Maintenance as well as a B.A.S. in Business Management, both from Centralia College.


David has a wide background in educational design and teaching, as well as designing and building technical educational equipment, specific to certain industries and technologies. Throughout his educational work, he has always emphasized the teaching of relevant skills, as well as the personal development of technicians as members of an effective workplace team.

He worked for many years at Centralia College teaching a wide variety of courses involving  industrial electronics, robotics and automation. He worked extensively in curriculum development, building one of the first mechatronics programs in Washington State, working closely with the aerospace industry in Seattle and semiconductor industry in Portland. He specialized in PLCs, industrial electronics troubleshooting, control circuits, industrial robotics, digital and analog circuit design, electronics assembly and prototyping.


David has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from WSU Vancouver specializing in Mechatronics and Nanotechnology.

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