The five-day J-STD-001 Certified IPC Specialist Course is modularised into five modules. Students may select two to five days to complete the course based on the required skill and knowledge. This course details every bit and piece of the manufacturing process with extreme precision, from material handling to final inspection. Hands-on lab work is part of this course. On July 19, 2001, the Department of Defense (DoD) adopted this document for use by its branches and units. The J-STD-001 standard focuses purely on Electronic products that range from simple to high-performance life support systems that must meet industrial standard requirements for process control.
After completing the course, students will take an open book written examination and be required to perform acceptable rework and repairs based on IPC J-STD-001 Procedures. A student who completes this course is rewarded with an IPC J-STD-001 Certified IPC Trainer Certification that stays Valid for Two(2) Years. Students who previously earned their Certified IPC Trainer (CIT) certification within the last two years may participate in a relevant recertification course/ training.
Who this course is for
- Ectrotec’s Certified IPC Trainer (CIT) programs are for you if you’re an experienced and skilled electronics technician, engineer or supervisor who wants to teach and train colleagues about IPC quality standards. In addition, they award successful candidates with a recognizance that confirms their knowledge and comprehension of IPC quality systems.
- Quality, usability, and reliability all fall under the quality assurance engineer’s purview. This Certified IPC Trainer (CIT) training course can qualify anyone participating in those processes.
Module 1 – Introduction – Basic Requirements
The J-STD-001, basic document usage, and process requirements sections of this module provide information about the J-STD-001. All knowledge modules in the program must be completed and certified before certification to additional knowledge modules can be granted.
- General soldering & assembly requirements
- Component & equipment requirements
- PCB & conformal coatings
- Rework and repair
Module 2 – Wire, Terminal Assembly and Soldering
Lecture covers manufacturing process requirements for wire and terminal assemblies in addition to this additional knowledge module. In the hands-on/Practical portion of this additional knowledge module, students learn how to wire and mount terminals to the machine in order to obtain the second part of this additional knowledge module.
- The basics of swaging terminals to PCBs
- Attachment of wires to terminals
Module 3 – Through-Hole Components
Lecture covers process requirements for through-hole assemblies produced using a process and covers the process requirements for through-hole assemblies fabrication. The students receive instruction and hands-on practice for through-hole assemblies in the second portion of this additional knowledge module.
- Details of the forming and placement of through-hole components on circuit boards
- Soldering criteria of through-hole components
Module 4 – Surface Mounting of Components
In subsequent lectures, we will discuss the process requirements for surface mount assembly processes. In the hands-on/Practical portion of this additional knowledge module, students learn how to surface mount assemblies to the machine in order to obtain the second part of this additional knowledge module.
- Placement of the surface mount components to a PCB/flex circuit
- solder requirements of the surface mount components
Module 5 – Inspection Criteria
The lecture covers the process requirements for wire and terminal manufacturing processes in addition to surface mount and through-hole manufacturing processes. In this hands-on/practical part of the additional knowledge module, the students are given instruction and practice for inspecting wires and terminals, surface-mount assemblies, and through-hole components.
- Inspection criteria from modules 2, 3 & 4
- Process control methodologies such as sample inspections
The information presented in this module is designed to help you teach the lesson plan effectively.
- How to properly convey the lesson plan step by step including presentation and guiding in correct direction.
Who we are
EctroTech is one of the largest training centres for the electronics industry in Europe, providing technical training and support for the manufacturing industry to quality people with quality that’s unbeatable. Our clients operate across various industries, including telecommunications, saleable electronics, automotive, protection and security, automotive, railroad, aviation and space, oil and gas, medical, life support, and more. With over more than 25+ years of experience in the manufacturing, testing, and quality inspection of various high ticket industries like Military, Medical, Aerospace, Aircraft, and Commercial electronics and more. From inspection services to ESD services, consultancy, training services and more, we have a wide range of products and services.Content-based open courses are not only customisable, but also engaging and informative. Customised training, on the other hand, are specifically designed to meet your learning demands. The recognition of the training is also high, so the effect will be optimal. We provide training materials, knowledge/skill assessments, solder training kits, IPC materials, and more to help your manufacturing operations succeed.