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$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.