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Electronics Training and Certification

This introduction to Electronics Training and Certification courses is designed for people wanting to enter electronics manufacturing or advance the current skillsets they have to improve opportunities for them within the industry.

Candidates who successfully complete this Course are awarded an IPC-A-610 Certified IPC Specialist Certification valid for two years. Certification is granted to the individual and is honored throughout the world among electronics manufacturers.


 

IPC-J-STD-001-CIS Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies – 60 hours


This course is designed as an introduction to Electronics Manufacturing and hand soldering terminology, hand soldering techniques, through videos and Powerpoint presentations. The main feature is the hands-on soldering for each individual, training, and soldering demonstrations from an industry master instructor.

This certification course covers materials, methods, and acceptance criteria for soldered electronics. This class provides and in-depth view of the industry quality standard IPC J-STD-001, IPC Policies and Procedures, and IPC Certifications. It is essential for operators and inspectors.


IPC-A-610 – CIS Acceptability of Electronics Assemblies – 40 hours


Prerequisite; “Introduction to Hand soldering for Electronics”
This 40-hour Initial Certification course for Certified IPC Specialist (CIS) focuses on visual acceptance criteria for soldered electronics per IPC-A-610. The IPC-A-610 document is a standard that prescribes visual acceptability requirements for soldered electronic hardware. The intent of the document is to set a baseline standard for end item acceptance criteria to ensure consistent quality levels during manufacturing of electronics products. The course provides an overview of the IPC-A-610, IPC Policies and Procedures, and IPC Certification.


For times/dates of the course or to register, click here or call 513.771.8881 for more info. 

*Please note: This class does not qualify for Pell Grant or Stafford Loans (FAFSA). Please click here to view other types of assistance. 

This program is not subject to COE accreditation. 
***Note: The program provided by this third-party business partnership is not covered by the Great Oaks guarantee. 


 

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