Manufacturing Engineer, Assembly and Design Courses
Manufacturing Engineer—Introduction, Product ID and Traceability
Course 1 of an 11-course curriculum focusing on product identification and traceability. 3 modules
Manufacturing Engineer—Stencil Printing
Course 2 of an 11-course curriculum focusing on stencil printing. 3 modules
Course 3 of an 11-course curriculum focusing on surface mount technology (SMT). Contains 3 modules.
Manufacturing Engineer—Through-hole Assembly
Course 4 of an 11-course curriculum focusing on Manual Assembly. Contains 2 modules.
Electronics Assembly for Engineers
Engineers new to electronics manufacturing gain years of experience in this course.
Assembly Operators Training-Onboarding and Beyond
Soldering for Electronics Assembly: Introduction
This course is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the soldering process, the role it plays in electronics assembly, and the practical skills required in creating reliable solder connections.
Electronics Assembly for Operators in English or Spanish
Deliver the knowledge and skills required for a new operator to succeed. Available in English and Spanish.
Electronics Manufacturing Training–The Fundamentals
ESD Control for Electronics Assembly
After completing this course, you will be able to employ the preventive measures stipulated in ANSI/ESD S20.20 to mitigate the effects of electrostatic discharge when handling, transferring or storing ESD-sensitive components in a manufacturing facility.
Safety for Electronics Assembly
This course introduces participants to the most common safety practices and workplace hazards in electronics manufacturing. After completing this course, participants will be able to employ the key tools, materials, and processes designed to keep you and your coworkers safe within a manufacturing facility.
Foreign Object Debris for Electronics Manufacturing
Mitigate FOD effects when handling, storing, or transporting items in a manufacturing facility. The course prepares you to employ the key tools, materials, and processes designed to prevent and control the effects of FOD within a manufacturing facility.
Teach Operators How to Navigate and Understand IPC Standards
IPC J-STD-001 for Operators
After completing this course, you will be able to effectively navigate, locate, and apply the criteria specified in the IPC J-STD-001 standard in your role as an electronics assembly line operator, technician, or supervisor. For more information about the IPC J-STD-001 for Operators course.
IPC-A-610 for Operators
After completing this course, you will be able to effectively navigate, locate, and apply the criteria specified in the IPC-A-610 standard in your role as an electronics assembly line operator, technician, or supervisor.
WHMA/IPC 620 for Operators
This course provides a practical introduction to the terms, concepts, and acceptability criteria of the IPC/WHMA-A-620 standard as they apply to the role of the operator. This course is not an endorsement for IPC certification, it is a training course to teach operators how to navigate and use the IPC standard.
Fabrication, Troubleshooting and Assembly Inspection
Fundamentals of PCB Fab and Assembly Self-Paced
This comprehensive introduction to the basics of printed circuit board (PCB) and printed wiring assembly (PWA) fabrication will prepare those that have little or no direct experience in either discipline for the Advanced Trouble Shooting and Defect Analysis of Printed Circuit Boards course.
Self-Paced PCB Troubleshooting and Defect Analysis
Developed by Mike Carano and IPC's education team, this self-paced course includes all the information and insight Mike Carano delivers in his live class PCB Troubleshooting and Defect Analysis