As an undergraduate or graduate student currently enrolled at a recognized academic institution and pursuing a degree or qualification relating to the electronics manufacturing industry, you are eligible for membership in an IPC Student Chapter.
IPC Education Foundation Student Memberships are renewed every 12 months and include a concurrent, complimentary membership with IPC.org.
This course will cover the history of the electronics industry and IPC including how IPC standards have helped improve the industry.
This course is the basic primer for hand soldering learning. Contents include how to use both lead free and leaded solders. Students are introduced to proper workstation practices, personal safety considerations, ESD prevention.
This course introduces the complexities of hardware buildup.
This course provides a solid visual introduction to the wire harness manufacturing process, critical to every electronic assembly.
The course identifies all of the important through-hole and surface mount component types and package styles for various components.
The terminology training for electronics assembly course will provide users with the critical English terminology used throughout the electronics assembly industry worldwide.
This course provides a basic introduction to electronics assembly.
Improve your understanding of how to read component color codes and reduce production errors.
This course will focus on the requirements for surface mount solder joint criteria for class 3 as outlined in IPC-A-610F.