In its 25 years of existence, EPTAC has continued to support the electronics industry in aiding in the development and delivery of various IPC standards that continue to provide the basis for designing and building quality electronics in all markets. This commitment continues, and once again its employees are recognized by the IPC for their efforts and contribution.
What you may not know is that this effort flows directly to the programs and support that EPTAC offers customers each and every day. We not only deliver training on the various standards, we helped write and develop the specifications along with many other volunteers. This converts to a never-ending support of our students and customers when issues related to delivery of programs or implementation of standards come in to play when they leave our classroom.
So the next time you sign up for a class, attend a program or certification, ask yourself where the support will come from when you get back to the real world. You might want to scan the front of the various standards you are being trained to. You may find us there, and you will always find us here working to make sure you succeed in your efforts.
Congratulations again to Leo Lambert and Helena Pasquito.
An excerpt of the press release is below:
BANNOCKBURN, Ill., USA, February 28, 2012 — IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries® presented Presidents, Special Recognition, Distinguished Committee Leadership and Committee Service Awards at IPC APEX EXPO® at the San Diego Convention Center.
Awards were presented to individuals who made significant contributions to IPC and the industry by lending their time and expertise through active IPC committee service.
“For leadership of the 5-22f J-STD-001 Handbook Task Group that developed IPC-HDBK-001E, Handbook and Guide to Supplement J-STD-001; Leo Lambert and Helena Pasquito, EPTAC Corporation.”
“For contributions to the optional hands-on training for the IPC/WHMA-A-620 Training and Certification course; Leo Lambert, EPTAC Corporation.”
“For their leadership of the 7-35 Assembly and Joining Handbook Subcommittee that developed IPC-AJ-820A, Assembly and Joining Handbook; Leo Lambert, EPTAC Corporation.”