In case you would like to keep the knowledge of the most current developments in the electronics industry of your employees up-to-date, training is recommended. The main goal of the IPC Training courses of PIEK is to improve the quality of your company’s production, products and, above all, your staff. In this way, you can deal with the competitors much better. PIEK offers courses about a variety of subjects: PCB Design, Component Rework and Board Repair, Machine Soldering, Aerospace Requirement and Process Requirements, just to name a few. All programs are available for on-site training at your faculty. However, some are available for open enrolment too.
IPC Training: different methods
If you want to send your employees to a IPC Training course, several methods are available. On the one hand, PIEK offers open enrolment courses. These courses are suitable for clients that have only a couple of employees that need to learn particular skills. Only a few courses are available for open enrolment, however, individuals can apply for more than one course. On the other hand, in case you would like your whole staff to be trained, group sessions can be organised. The group rates allow up to 15 participants for theoretical courses and up to 10 participants for the practical training courses. Information about the costs can be asked.
IPC Training: certified IPC trainers
The IPC Training courses of PIEK are taught only by certified IPC trainers. These instructors do have a good knowledge and experience with a variety of production processes in the electronics industry. They are more than willing to transfer their knowledge to your employees. They listen to the participants’ input and feedback during the course and like to incorporate that in the IPC Training program. During the sessions, theory is adjusted with examples of practical experiences from the instructors themselves. The trainers of PIEK ensure that they will make your employees experts within their field. After attending a IPC Training, your staff have the skills they needed.