Industrial high schools need to incorporate new educational content and methods to respond to changes in industrial structure and progress in science and technology. Because the expertise and skills required in the industry are becoming more sophisticated, it is also necessary to review the training of teachers. Therefore, in this study, we examined training for teachers at technical high schools who were aiming to acquire the basic expertise and skills related to the “measurement and control” used in the industry. In addition, the evaluation was conducted by questionnaire before and after the training. The evaluation showed that teachers were interested in the “measurement and control” technology education provided by this training, and many commented that they wanted to use it in their classes. From these results, the effectiveness of the training content and the teaching materials were confirmed.