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Why Get IPC Certified

Now is the time for talented soldering technicians looking to build their careers by becoming IPC certified.  Some companies are willing to provide training to their employees, but many require job candidates to have their own IPC certification before being considered for employment or promotions. Don’t let that stop you from building your career in the growing of the electrical manufacturing industry.

The Benefits of Becoming a Certified IPC Trainer (CIT)

The road to becoming a Certified IPC Trainer (CIT) can help you take the next step towards your individual career goals. This blog will explain what CIT level certification is, the benefits of having this level of certification, and how a CIT certification will advance your career in the electrical and electronics manufacturing industry. What


The Benefits of Becoming an IPC Certified Soldering Technician

In soldering and electrical manufacturing, the IPC is considered the gold standard when it comes to the standardization, assembly and production requirements of electronic equipment and assemblies. Being an IPC certified soldering technician can open many doors during your career, and companies who employ IPC certified soldering technicians are trusted throughout the electronics manufacturing industry. The IPC is a trade association whose


Four Levels of IPC Certification: How to Choose the Right Certification for Your Career

Within the soldering and electronics manufacturing industry, consistency and quality are key. As electronics become more advanced and the product and assemblies become more intricate, it has become apparent that within the industry that standardization is necessary in order to produce products that meet and exceed consumer standards. This is where the IPC comes in. The


Industry Growth Means More Soldering Jobs in Electrical and Electronics Manufacturing

The next time you are out and about in public, if you take a look around it won’t be hard to see how much the use of technology and electronic devices has increased in our daily lives, both inside and outside the home. Many people carry multiple devices with them daily and leave even more


How to Build on Your Career in Soldering

With the recent growth of the electrical manufacturing industry, now is the perfect time for someone looking to build on their current career in soldering. Soldering technicians are essential when it comes to manufacturing technological goods. For example, many household and personal devices that you use each and every day like cell phones, televisions, app-enabled