November 1, 2018 at 7:26 pm #2466
EIDA is working with the Fribbins family to offer IPC Certified Training Courses at the Fribbins facility in Enfield. The first program run was IPC-A-610 Recertification with 10 participants from 5 companies successfully completing the recertification process.
EIDA and its member companies have combined to provide this training for our industry.
This is an example of a service that that EIDA provides to member firms in Adelaide which is difficult and costly if this training is conducted interstate or if qualified trainers are transported to Adelaide to conduct these courses.
EIDA is planning to gradually introduce the full suite of IPC programs relevant to Manufacturing.
Our first full 3 day IPC 610 Acceptability of Electronics Assemblies Certification program is set to run Monday-Wednesday of next week.
Bookings are closed now but you can express your interest in our next program planned for April 2019.
* IPC 610 Recertification – One Day Course. The next 1 day Rectification Course will be in February 2019. Register your interest with KneeDeep who are coordinating this program for us or request further details at firstname.lastname@example.org
IPC J-STD-001G Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies Certification is scheduled for January 2019.
IPC J-STD-001G Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies recertification by challenge test will run in February 2019.
We are seeking urgent expressions of interest for IPC 7711/7721 Rework, Repair & Modifications of Electronics Assemblies with a view to seeing how soon we can schedule a program including full certification and recertification by challenge test. Register your interest with KneeDeep who are coordinating this program for us or request further details at email@example.com
We are keen to hear from anyone who wants to be involved in our planning and hasn’t been in contact yet.
IPC is the global association serving the printed board and electronics assembly industries, their customers and suppliers. Founded in 1957 as the Institute for Printed Circuits, IPC is recognised across the global electronics industry as the standards body for the quality of interconnections in electronic equipment. IPC standards are now used globally by the electronics manufacturing industry and are widely accepted and adopted in Australia. These standards are particularly important in the defence sector of the electronics industry where reliability is a critical requirement.
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