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IPC-A-610 Standard Expert

IPC-A-610 Standard Expert

If you are looking at becoming a subject matter expert in IPC-A-610, “The Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies” without the need to provide any IPC Certification to others, then this is the program for you. As a CSE – Certified Standard’s Expert, you have the opportunity to support your organization as a key subject expert on

IPC-A-610 Specialist (Recert)

This 3 day lecture course is for anyone needing to renew their existing IPC-A-610 Specialist Certification. Attendees will review the IPC-A-610 standard and must successfully complete open and closed book exams in order to renew their 610 Specialist certification. Recertification is required every 24 months.

IPC-A-610 Specialist

This 3-day, lectured course utilizes the images in the IPC-A-610 inspection document to provide visual accept/reject criteria examples for all three classes of assembly production–in both lead and lead-free. The IPC-A-610, “The Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies”, is the most widely used inspection specification for the PWB assembly industry. The IPC-A-610 specification is the focal point

IPC-A-610 Instructor

This 4-day, lectured course utilizes the images in the IPC-A-610 document to provide visual accept/reject criteria examples for all three classes of assembly production–for both lead and lead-free. The IPC-A-610, “The Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies”, is the most widely used inspection specification for the PWB assembly industry. The IPC-A-610 specification is the focal point of

IPC-A-610 Instructor (Recert)

This 2 day lecture course is for anyone needing to renew their existing IPC-A-610 Instructor Certification. Attendees will review the IPC-A-610 standard and must successfully complete open and closed book exams in order to renew their 610 Instructor certification. Recertification is required every 24 months.

Interactive Inspection Lab

This is a 1-day course utilizing lectures, visual acuity exercises, and physical assemblies to provide the students with an experience in visually inspecting printed circuit assemblies. Knowledge base programs identify differences between good and bad conditions, but how are the inspectors going to find these differences? This course will provide the students with an inspection