Workforce Training Products

feed Knowledge Center offers access to some of the world's most renowned specialists in academia and industry. Our courses provide a comprehensive education for new employees, cross-training for your existing workforce, or pre-employment training for students entering the electronics industry. You can train, test and certify your employees in the fundamentals of semiconductor fabrication, PCB and electronics assembly. Give your employees access to the knowledge they need to advance their careers... provide opportunities for cross-training and self-education with the award-winning IPC Training Library. It's never been more cost-effective to implement a complete curriculum of core assembly knowledge. 

Date of Publication: Jul 21, 2015
DVD-SP99C explains why the switch to lead free; effects on reflow, wave, rework and hand soldering; visual inspection, personal safety and the environment; effects of higher temperatures; differences in processes and solder joint evaluation; precautions and new techniques; lead free alloys; more active fluxes and proper handling of moisture sensitive devices - from stockroom to soldering. Includes Leader's Guide, IPC Training Certification Exam, and certificates of completion

US$3,380.00 US$2,535.00
Date of Publication: Jul 11, 2015
In-House Training: Provide new employees with a comprehensive education explaining the entire through-hole assembly process - from process overviews to acceptance standards. Also valuable for cross-training - to help insure that every employee has a thorough understanding of their effect on end-product quality.

Independent Training Organizations: Designed for vocational-technical schools, state and federal job training centers, independent training centers, community colleges and anyone engaged in "school-to-work" programs, EDU-103 provides the essential core knowledge to prepare students for careers in the electronics assembly industry. IPC certificates of completion provide proof of pre-employment training to qualify entry-level candidates for positions in the electronics assembly industry.

Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
This training program is intended for operators who already understand the basics of hand soldering, and simply need to learn the differences between soldering with tin-lead vs. lead free solder.

Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-32C provides an introductory overview of basic assembly processes and describes how the assembly operation fits into the electronics industry, including the history of through-hole and surface mount technologies. DVD-32C also covers the importance of communication with supervisors, continuous improvement, work attitude, teamwork, original equipment manufacturers-electronic manufacturing services industry relationships, and introduces personal safety, handling considerations and electrostatic discharge. Especially useful for new employees in the electroncis asssembly industry. Includes Leader’s Guide, Review Questions and Training Certification Certificates for students who pass the final examination.

Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
Hand Soldering for Through Hole Components The focus of this training program is on hand soldering basics using lead free solder. For a...

Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2014

Useful as a training aid in the classroom, or on the shop floor, DRM-PTH-D contains computer generated color illustrations of component, barrel, and solder-side perspectives of a plated-through hole. Each drawing clearly shows the minimum acceptable condition for requirements such as land coverage, vertical fill, wetting of lead, land and barrel, and contact angle.DRM-PTH-D also contains high quality color microphotographs of the major solder defects and conditions, such as nonwetting, corrosion, projections, fractures, lead protrusion and disturbed joints, with pictures of both tin-lead and lead free solder joints. The appropriate specification / paragraph references from both the IPC-A-610D and J-STD-001D are included for each of the acceptance criteria for further verification. In addition, every change from the C to D revision has been notated to make it easy for your inspectors and operators to learn the new requirements. Quantity discounts available.

Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-172C explains the six steps of proper housekeeping, and covers tool control, hardware control, material handling as well as ESD prevention. It’s everyone’s responsibility to ensure that all assemblies are built free from FOD – not only for the economic health and reputation of your company, but for the safety and reliability of the final products delivered to your customers.