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$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...