Workforce Training Products

Electronics.ca 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. 

US$625.00
Date of Publication: Jan 23, 2017
DVD-64C-K identifies all of the important through-hole and surface mount component types – including: through-hole resistors, capacitors, diodes, potentiometers, pin grid arrays, sockets, DIPs, SIPs, transistors, LEDs, inductors, chokes, torroids, filters, fuses, breakers, switches, relays, crystals, voltage regulators, thermistors, connectors, sockets, headers, and jumpers. Also covers SMT component types (QFPs, PLCCs, rectangular chips, MELFs, SOICs, molded tantalum capacitors, SOTs, DPAKs), leadless components, QFNs, DFNs, LGAs, CCGAs and BGAs. Introduces resistor, capacitor and inductor values and tolerances.

US$625.00
Date of Publication: Sep 26, 2016
Now updated to Revision F of the IPC-A-610 -- the Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies -- this media-based training program is a cost-effective and efficient way to train and test your entire workforce to the most widely recognized industry standard on surface mount solder joint criteria.

US$625.00
Date of Publication: Sep 26, 2016
DVD-71C is designed to help eradicate the most common inspection errors that occur in electronics assembly, including: misinterpreting inspector responsibilities, using improper board-side criteria, misunderstanding minimum electrical clearance, rejecting excessive wetting angles, requiring complete vertical fill, misinterpreting through-hole part clearance, misapplying gull wing lead style criteria, misidentifying bottom termination components, rejecting measles and treating billboarding as an instant defect.

US$625.00
Date of Publication: Jun 14, 2016

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.


US$730.00
Date of Publication: Jun 14, 2016
DVD-SMT-E is an interactive training program is a cost effective and efficient way to train and test your entire workforce to the most widely recognized industry standards on surface mount solder joint acceptance criteria.

US$520.00
Date of Publication: Jul 18, 2016
Moisture Sensitive Devices, or "MSDs," have become a critical issue -- because of the higher temperatures involved in lead free soldering. This updated video training program provides an informative look at this "invisible" issue – to save your company time and money in preventing component malfunctions. If your operators understand why it's important to treat MSDs with care, they are more likely to avoid MSD issues.

US$578.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-54C clearly explains all the critical information your operators need to control static charge build-ups and prevent costly damage to electronic components and assemblies. This DVD also covers: the physics of static electricity, how static charges damage components, grounding, wrist straps / shoe grounding / testing, safe clothing, conductive smocks, ESD-safe work areas, elimination of static generating materials, controlling charge build-ups, activities that create static electricity, and proper handling / storage / transportation of ESD sensitive devices.

US$520.00
Date of Publication: Jul 7, 2016
DVD-196C explains the advantages and challenges of area grid arrays, including component descriptions and terminology. Provides a visual overview of removal / replacement procedures for BGAs and QFNs, using both convection and IR equipment. Covers site preparation, reballing, component alignment, solder paste printing, preheating considerations and thermal profiles.

US$625.00
Date of Publication: Jun 21, 2016
This IPC training video is designed for all of your employees that use a hand soldering iron. DVD-144C shows the best way to install surface mount...

US$315.00
Date of Publication: Jun 21, 2016
DVD-10 is a serious look at handling potentially hazardous chemicals used in the manufacture of printed circuit boards. All facilities must train employees that mix, store, dispose of or transport any hazardous substance. Procedures for what to do in case of a chemical emergency are explained.

US$368.00
Date of Publication: Jun 21, 2016
DVD-11C provides useful introduction to operator safety in electronics assembly and covers personal protective wear; how to avoid injury from cuts and burns; prevention of "cumulative trauma disorders;" proper lifting technique; an introduction to HazMat and MSDS; electrical safety, warning systems, and the importance of good housekeeping. Stresses the importance of operator knowledge and attitude to avoid personal injury.

US$520.00
Date of Publication: Jun 21, 2016

An introduction to operator safety training in electronics assembly — covers personal protective wear; how to avoid injury from cuts and burns; prevention of "cumulative trauma disorders"; proper lifting technique; HazMat and MSDS; lead free and tin lead solders, electrical safety, warning systems, and the importance of good housekeeping. Stresses the importance of operator knowledge and attitude to avoid personal injury.


US$625.00
Date of Publication: Jun 21, 2016
Soldering Iron Tip Care DVD-15C is the ideal educational tool to show your technicians how to properly care for soldering iron tips – and avoid many of the pitfalls associated with lead-free and tin-lead hand soldering. Section one provides an overview of tip life issues. Section two discusses oxidation build-up, recommended tip maintenance and overuse of tip tinners and other abrasive products. Section three explains the typical mechanisms that damage tips and recommended procedures to minimize these effects.

US$2,795.00 US$1,964.00
Date of Publication: Jan 21, 2016
The ESD Fundamentals series is a cost-saving collection of the very finest media training for ESD Control in the industry -- with everything you need -- from basic training with IPC / ESDA Certification, to continuing education. Now you can provide focused training for everyone in your organization, not ony the assembly workers, but administrative staff, material handlers, maintenance, service techs and IT personnel.

US$625.00
Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015
DVD-166C explains how counterfeit components find their way into the supply chain and why they are an increasing challenge for the electronics industry, as well as a potentially life-threatening issue in military, aerospace and medical electronics. This video training program shows how to recognize and capture fraudulent devices during visual inspection. It also explains more sophisticated detection methods such as scanning electron microscopes and x-ray fluorescent spectroscopy systems.

US$683.00
Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015

Ce DVD bilingue (français/anglais) énonce clairement toutes les informations importantes que votre personnel doit comprendre afin de contrôler les accumulations de charges électrostatiques et prévenir les dommages coûteux aux composants et assemblages électroniques.

This dual-language (French / English) training DVD clearly explains all the critical information your operators need to understand in order to control static charge build-ups and prevent costly damage to electronic components and assemblies. DVD-FR54C includes: the physics of static electricity, how static charges damage components, grounding, wrist straps / shoe grounding / testing, safe clothing, conductive smocks, ESD-safe work areas, elimination of static generating materials, controlling charge build-ups, activities that create static electricity, and proper handling / storage / transportation of ESD sensitive devices. Award-winning introduction to ESD control, produced in cooperation with the ESD Association. Includes Leader's Guide, Training Certification Exam with Certificates of Completion for students with passing grades and transcript.


US$520.00
Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015
Foreign Objects and Debris or Foreign Object Damage (FOD) can severely affect the reliability and functionality of any electronic device. DVD-172C training video provides the information and techniques to help eliminate FOD during electronics assembly, hand soldering, SMT & PTH assembly processes, as well as during box build and wire assembly. Eliminating FOD requires awareness of the problem and control of its sources through effective housekeeping; control and accountability of tools / hardware; and proper material handling.

US$520.00
Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015
A detailed introduction to electronics assembly for new employee orientation, sales, administrative and management personnel – also technical/vocational schools. DVD-153C begins with a brief introduction to components and interconnections, then provides a visual tour of surface mount, through-hole and mixed assembly processing and verification / testing. Also explains cable & wire harness assembly and box build or final system assembly.

US$578.00
Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015

This video training program demonstrates recommended best-practices for assembling coax connectors to coaxial cable – to make sure your terminations are defect-free and reliable. This is the ideal program to teach all of the recommended techniques for coaxial cable termination – including crimping, compression, and soldering. Stop bad habits before they begin for new hires, and help eliminate faulty techniques from your veteran operators.


US$165.00
Date of Publication: Oct 26, 2015
This CD-ROM provides the process or quality engineer with a supply of photographs which may be used in company inspection documents or presentations. The photographs can also be used in marketing and advertising material or in technical articles. They may be simply pasted into any Word or PowerPoint document for in house company use. A range of different images, the wave solder joints are either Sn/Au/Cu or Sn/Cu all the reflow joints are Sn/Au/Cu.

US$570.00
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$2,662.00
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.

US$495.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
This new Training/Certification program discusses the HAZCOM Standard, provides a thorough explanation of how to read material safety data sheets (MSDS), how interpret the HAZMAT sign, how to deal with common chemicals used in the electronics assembly industry, explains the importance of personal protection and details chemical spill procedures.

US$595.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015

DVD-18C illustrates best-industry practices for soldering wires to commonly used terminals in electronics assembly, including: turret, cup, bifurcated, hook and pierced terminals. The contents cover proper wire wrapping techniques, using a solder heat bridge for effective heat transfer, soldering for inspectability and evaluation of acceptable and unacceptable solder joints. Also contains an optional 'humorous introduction' that can be bypassed using the DVD menu.


US$475.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-20-21C explains the different types of reflow soldering processes, including I-R, convection, and convection I-R,  covers solder pastes, creams, and fluxes. Provides a detailed study of thermal profiles for reflow soldering and includes ESD protection, process contamination, and handling considerations. This DVD also demonstrates how solder, flux and components are applied to the board and includes Leader's Guide, Transcript, Test and Answer Key. Certificates of completion are also included for students who pass the Training Certification Exam.

US$300.00
Date of Publication: Jul 15, 2015
This training video explains the importance of each person's contribution to the success of the printed circuit board fabrication process. Provides an interactive format, allowing groups of operators to discuss the causes of handling damage within their specific areas. Question and answer sections encourage groups to come up with their own solutions to prevent common handling defects. A valuable tool to help promote careful handling and reduce unnecessary defects

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015

DVD-24C is ideal for new employees who will be handling assemblies. It's also the perfect refresher to reinforce best-industry practices for long-term employees.

This updated IPC educational tool is designed to help prevent handling defects and reduce scrap.


US$245.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
A visual overview of each of the manufacturing processes for a conventional 6 layer, pin registered MLB. This video explains innerlayer print and etch process and outerlayer SMOBC. Includes action photography, computer graphics and sample microphotographs during each process. An useful introduction for all new employees who will benefit from an understanding of this process.

US$350.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-28 examines the procedure for preparing microsections using manual techniques for the critical grinding and polishing steps and provides a thorough examination of the microsection process steps, including coupon removal, thermal stressing, mounting, grinding, polishing, and etching the specimen.

US$350.00
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.

US$350.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
An introductory overview of the surface mount assembly processes. Begins with a review of component evolution from through-hole to surface mount, then describes standard component types. Explains the solder paste printing process; mixed technology assembly - including adhesive application, autoplacement of components, reflow soldering, infrared (convection and combination), visual inspection, cleaning, secondary reflow, electrical and burn-in testing. A useful introduction for new hires, cross-training, and general education.

US$350.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2014
The DVD-35C defines typical defects associated with solder paste printing, discusses possible causes, and offers recommended solutions. Reviews lack of coverage, bridging, misalignment, solder paste volume/print shape, including dog-ear, pump, scoop, slope, and edge definition. Adjustments include kneading paste, squeegee pressure and speed, downstop, snap-off, and temperature. Stresses the importance of preventive maintenance. Includes Leader's Guide, Transcript, Test and Answer Key.

US$350.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-36C explains what a low residue flux is and how it compares to other fluxes and describes changes to the existing hand soldering process and explains hand soldering theory with low residue fluxes. This DVD also discusses visual inspection criteria for solder joints and flux residues, wetting considerations, and the importance of the solder heat bridge. Other topics covered are ideal solder feed rates and techniques, lower temperature soldering and the increased importance of tip maintenance. Soldering demonstrations include through-hole components, gull wings, J-Leads and turret terminals.

US$495.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-41C introduces industry specifications J-STD-001 & IPC-A-610 and explains the concept of process indicators. Includes an animated examination of the invisible problems that can be created during rework -- to explain why it's so important to avoid unnecessary rework. Reviews each of the tools and materials for PTH Rework (including low-residue fluxes). Individual sections cover vacuum extraction of straight-through (round) leads; partially and fully-clinched leads, DIP and auxiliary heating techniques for large thermal mass boards and inaccessible leads. Details industry-approved rework techniques for solder defects, including solder bridges, icicles, and excess / insufficient solder. 

US$595.00
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...

US$495.00
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.

US$400.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-47C provides an in-depth look at the wave soldering process, beginning with typical setup/adjustment procedures for conveyors, controls, spray, foam and wave fluxers (including rosin, water soluble, and low residue fluxes), convection and radiation preheaters, air knives, and wave adjustment. This DVD also explains thermal profiles, solder compositions, wave shapes and purposes. Reviews standard operating procedures, including adding solder, removing dross, proper clothing, safety requirements, and board stiffeners. A final section on troubleshooting examines common defects, causes and solutions.

US$475.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
The Seven Sins of Hand Soldering is the cure for improper soldering techniques that even the most experienced solder technicians succumb to: excess pressure, improper solder heat-bridge, wrong tip size, excessive temperature, improper use of flux, transfer soldering and unnecessary rework and repair. DVD-49C exposes each of these sins - explaining how bad habits can create undesirable results - while clearly presenting the proper technique so the habit can be eliminated. This visual training tool can also be used proactively for new hires - to prevent bad habits before they start. If you're serious about quality, this video presentation will be the perfect addition to any company's continuous education / improvement program. Also useful for re-certification 6-12 months after initial hand solder training.

US$350.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-51C provides an in-depth look at the adhesive application process for surface mount component attachment prior to wave soldering and begins with an introduction to two methods of adhesive application dispensing and stencil printing  and a discussion of the adhesive itself. This DVD also covers typical set-up procedures, operation, troubleshooting and preventive maintenance for both adhesive dispensing systems and stencil printers. Includes Leader's Guide, Transcript, Test and Answer Key. Certificates of completion are also included for students who pass the Training Certification Exam.

US$473.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
Designed to teach ESD Control techniques for people who work on electronic equipment after it's manufactured. OVT-55C is targeted to those highly skilled technicians in service centers and in the field, as well as the IT professionals who work on computers, servers and routers. This educational program explains and demonstrates the physics of ESD, ESD prevention through proper packaging and handling, static producing materials and activities, clothing considerations, personal grounding, ESD safe work areas and ESD field service kits.

US$400.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-57C provides a visual overview of typical stockroom operations for through-hole and surface mount electronics assembly.

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
Demonstrates stripping of insulation off multi-conductor cables, removing insulation from large diameter cables, out of round, and twisted-shielded pairs. Includes multiple-step stripping of coaxial cables, and tough insulation. Reviews typical problems including jam-ups and wire curling. Provides evaluation guidelines for nicks, scrapes, broken strands, insulation damage, frays and reduced insulation thickness. Also covers wire tinning and operator safety. An excellent introduction for new hires. Produced in cooperation with the Wire Harness Manufacturers Association. Includes Leader's Guide, Final Exam and Transcript. Certificates of completion are also included for students who pass the Training Certification test.

US$475.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-68C Lead Free Surface Mount Assembly describes how the conversion to lead free production affects the surface mount assembly process, including solder paste application, verification of lead free components and circuit boards, special precautions for moisture sensitive devices, and the effects of higher soldering temperatures on reflow / wave soldering operations and requirements for post solder cleaning.

US$495.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-70C analyzes the typical problems associated with lead free soldering / assembly and provides solutions to the following sins, or bad habits: Cross Contamination, Mishandling Moisture Sensitive Devices, Unnecessary Touch Up and Rework, Lack of Preheating, Excessive Tip Temperature, Insufficient Flux Activity and Warping.

US$625.00
Date of Publication: Jul 11, 2016
A joint collaboration between IPC -- Association Connecting Electronics Industries, and ESDA -- the Electrostatic Discharge Association -- has produced the most up-to-date, technically accurate ESD Control video training currently available to deal with the effects of shrinking geometries, increased performance requirements and lower operating voltages.

US$400.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
The training DVD-77C specifically targeted to eliminate ESD damage during component receiving, assembly transportation, and shipping. No longer do material handlers need to learn from programs designed for operators and technicians, training that doesn't address their exact needs. This program  produced in cooperation with the ESD Association,  includes everything material handlers need to know. 3D animation clearly demonstrates what ESD is, what causes it, and how to prevent static damage during handling. Also reviews typical material handling processes during component receiving, incoming inspection, stockroom storage, kitting, transport to / from production, and final shipping. This program elaborates on the three major causes of ESD handling damage, and provides examples of improper handling for group recognition / analysis. This focused  is fast, thorough, and effective.

US$300.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
First in a series of seven videos, DVD-81 provides an explanation of the defects that can be caused by improper handling during incoming inspection, shearing, and tooling / registration. The purpose of each of these innerlayer fabrication processes is explained, and correct procedures are demonstrated. Visual examples of acceptable and rejectable products are provided, illustrating the range of allowable variation.

US$300.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
Second in a series of seven videos, DVD-82 explains three techniques: mechanical scrubbing, pumice scrubbing, and chemical cleaning. Visual examples of acceptable and rejectable conditions are provided, illustrating the range of allowable variation. Operators are shown how improper handling will affect the product immediately and down the line. Pre-image cleaning may be the most critical processing step in the fabrication of multilayer boards, and perhaps the most neglected. It is important to understand the theory of the cleaning operation, and why it is essential to do it right.

US$300.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-83 covers setup for speed, pressure, heat, registration, then explores typical factors that create exposure or resist adhesion problems, such as improper cleaning, contamination, fingerprints, oxidation, and foreign particles. Also explains the effects of bubbles, wrinkles, scratches, gouges, dents, resist chips, and roller imperfections. Discusses the role of protective clothing, trimming, and visual inspection.

US$300.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-87C Seventh and final video in the Innerlayer Handling Series details pin registration lay-up and lamination processes, and explains the step-by-step sequence of laying up a typical multilayer panel. Proper handling of caul plates, separator plates, copper foil, prepreg sheets and innerlayers is described. The lamination section examines three different types of vacuum press systems: vacuum enclosed presses, vacuum frames and turkey bag systems. Also contains a description of the process for mass lamination and a brief discussion of automatic optical inspection (AOI) and surface treatment operations.

US$495.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-88C provides high-resolution microphotography covering imperfections in the base material; solder mask; edge-board contacts; conductor traces, lands and CRD markings.

US$495.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-8C Reading, interpreting and applying information from prints is a requirement in the electronics assembly industry. Print Reading for Electronics Assembly (DVD-8C) will teach your operators all the complexities of documentation for circuit board assembly, cable and wire harness assembly and final product assembly – in an easy to understand format.

US$300.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-9 provides avoiding incident and injury is the focus of this introductory safety video. Each person is encouraged to be responsible for personal safety in the workplace. This DVD-9 also discusses a wide variety of safety equipment from personal clothing to emergency eyewashes and showers and material Safety Data Sheets are explained. The hazards of drug and alcohol use and its implications for safety in the workplace are explored.

US$475.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-92C begins with an explanation of chip component terminology and size codes and provides detail flux considerations and land preparation using solder braid and vacuum extractor. Demonstrates industry approved techniques and common problems to avoid during removal and replacement of all types of chip components using the following hand tools: hand soldering iron (single-point and bifurcated tip); pulse heat tweezers; continuous heat tweezers; and hot air pencil. Also explains adhesive bonded components and special heating considerations for ceramic chip capacitors.

US$475.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
High-quality microphotography and computer animation provide precise visual instruction on industry-approved techniques for the removal of all types of gull wing components (QFPs, SOICs, TSOPs, and SOTs) using a hand soldering iron, thermal tweezers, and thermal vacuum pick. Land preparation using solder braid and vacuum extraction, and component replacement using a hand soldering iron, hot air pencil, continuous flow solder, and hot bar are demonstrated. Also covers gull wing component ID / handling, tool preparation and maintenance, and heat enhancement techniques.

US$350.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-94C begins with PLCC/SOJ component descriptions and terminology and demonstrates component removal with the pulse-heated hand tool and thermal tweezers, using three different heat enhancement techniques (flux, bridge-fill, and solder wrap). Reviews land preparation, component orientation and alignment techniques. Shows component replacement using point to point, continuous flow and hot air pencil soldering techniques. Also covers cleaning options.

US$475.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-97ABC demonstrates industry-approved repair techniques for electronic assemblies. Each procedure includes damage analysis, repair procedures and evaluation criteria and covers laminate damage repair, rebonding isolated surface mount lands using adhesive bonding film/adhesive-backed replacement lands, and rebonding lifted conductors using liquid epoxy overbond. Also covers conductor replacement with adhesive backed material and liquid epoxy, repairing gaps in conductors, replacing straight and bent conductors, surface mount land/conductor replacement with adhesive-backed material, and solder mask replacement.

US$595.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
A dual-language French/English DVD to teach your operators the subtle differences between tin-lead and lead free soldering techniques and inspection criteria. This program is designed to assist operators and soldering technicians to make the lead free transition with knowledge and confidence.

US$15,000.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
Now you can purchase the entire library of IPC electronics assembly training programs on DVD — at a package price that saves your company 50% or more...

US$575.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-SP78C a dual-language, training DVD - perfect for continuing-education/re-certification on ESD control for electronics assembly operators. Reinforces best-industry practices, and helps to eliminate scrap caused by ESD damage.

US$650.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
DVD-VN54C dual-language DVD clearly explains all the critical information your operators need to understand in order to control static charge build-ups and prevent costly damage to electronic components and assemblies. It includes: the physics of static electricity, how static charges damage components, grounding, wrist straps - shoe grounding - testing, safe clothing, conductive smocks, ESD-safe work areas, elimination of static generating materials, controlling charge build-ups, activities that create static electricity, and proper handling - storage - transportation of ESD sensitive devices. Award-winning introduction to ESD control. Includes Leader's Guide, Training Certification Exam with Certificates of Completion for students with passing grades and transcript.

US$2,450.00
Date of Publication: Jul 9, 2015
EDU-104 is a seven DVD set -- at 31% cost savings off individual DVD list prices. This DVD training course is designed to provide a high level of assembly knowledge for your workforce. 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.

US$500.00
Date of Publication: Jul 8, 2015
The Seven Sins of Surface Mount Assembly This DVD training program provides the perfect opportunity for departments to review and discuss how they...

US$473.00
Date of Publication: Jul 6, 2015
DVD-56C provides a visual introduction to the wire harness manufacturing process for new hires and explains the basic functions of the board, components and wire harness. This DVD also clearly demonstrates the entire fabrication process, including: drawings and specification review; wire preparation (cutting, stripping and tinning); shaping the harness; wire termination processes (soldering and crimping); tying the harness; inspection, testing, and quality assurance standards; shipping; installation and safety considerations. Produced in cooperation with the Wire Harness Manufacturers Association.