Introduction to Electronics Assembly

Introduction to Electronics Assembly - VIDEO TRAINING LIBRARY

Date of Publication: Mar 20, 2013
US$2,250.00
EDU-101

EDU-101 is a seven DVD set -- at a 22% cost savings off individual DVD list prices. This course comes with free automated testing, leader's guide and certificates for unlimited students.

This training course is designed to provide the core knowledge to prepare students for careers in the electronics assembly industry, and is useful for vocational/technical schools, state and federal job training centers, independent training centers, community colleges and anyone engaged in "school-to-work" programs. It is also an invaluable tool for cross-training--to help insure that every employee has a thorough understanding of their effect on end-product quality.

This course may be administered by any training facilitator and contains English subtitles for hearing-impaired and ESL students. See EDU-101-OVT under "Related Products" below, to mount these videos on your own learning network/intranet.

Each of the individual modules are available for Free Online Review using the links on the DVD part numbers below.


This video set includes:

1. DVD-53 Overview of Electronics Assembly

2. DVD-54 ESD Control

3. DVD-64 Component Identification

4. DVD-24 Handling in Electronics Assembly

5. DVD-46 Mechanical Assembly of Hardware

6. DVD-17 Electrical Test for Assemblies

7. DVD-11 General Safety in Electronics Assembly

All seven videos were produced in cooperation with industry experts - to assure best-practices - and are free from commercial bias. Course materials are available for free download over the web, and the program may be administered by any training facilitator or HR staff person. Includes Training Certification.


Related Products:

EDU-102: Surface Mount Assembly -- ONLINE VIDEO TRAINING LIBRARY 
 

EDU-103: Through Hole Assembly -- ONLINE VIDEO TRAINING LIBRARY 
 

EDU-104: Advanced Electronics Assembly -- ONLINE VIDEO TRAINING LIBRARY


 

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