IPC-A-610 Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies – Initial Certification

Course Overview

IPC-A-610 is the most widely used inspection standard in the electronics industry and is considered by many as the source for end-product acceptance criteria. This theory-only training is aimed at equipping delegates with the knowledge to determine whether electronic assemblies are to be accepted or rejected and importantly, why the assembly is acceptable or unacceptable. Having staff able to apply PC-A-610 will help improve quality and reliability of products and reduce costs within the organisation. The course is suitable for those with a responsibility for the quality and reliability of the electronic assembly, and so anyone from Operators, QA Inspectors, Quality and Production Supervisors through to Directors would benefit from the training and certification.

What you Study

  • Module 1: Introduction, Policies and Procedures
  • Module 2: Soldering / High Voltage
  • Module 3: Component and Printed Circuit Board Damage
  • Module 4: Terminal Connections
  • Module 5: Through Hole Technology
  • Module 6: SMT Technology
  • Module 7: Hardware
  • Module 8: Discrete Wiring

Duration and Attendance

  • 3 days
  • 0900-1630
  • Glenrothes Campus

Entry Requirements

Ideal candidates will currently, or soon be working in the electronics manufacturing sector with a responsibility for the quality and reliability of the electronic assembly.

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