IPC 610 Certification and Re-Certification

Students in this class will discuss an overview of the IPC 610 Certification. This class is intended to be at a pace that assumes the students utilize the standard in the workplace. When there are revisions and/or amendments to this standard, students will discuss applicable changes. Students in the class will be able to make the correct “accept/reject” decisions for the appropriate classes of products based on the acceptability requirements found in the IPC 610 Training standard. All IPC 610 certification for all Certified IPC Trainers can receive instructional materials for conducting Application Specialist training to personnel at all levels in manufacturing.

The IPC 610 Certification and Training specification will be reviewed (fast-paced) in its entirety. As an option, we can also instruct a customized version to multiple students requiring specific knowledge consisting of a few of the modules applicable to the business. As part of the recertification requirements for certification, IPC-A-610 CIS candidates must score at least a 70% on each exam.

What’s in the class?
MODULE 1 (Required Prerequisite)
Introduction
IPC Professional Policies and Procedures
MODULE 2 (Required Prerequisite)
Foreword
Application Documents & Handling
MODULE 3 (Optional)
Hardware Installation
MODULE 4 (Optional)
Soldering (Including High Voltage)
MODULE 5 (Optional)
Terminal Connections (Requires Modules 4 & 8 prior to taking)
MODULE 6 (Optional)
Through-hole Technology (Including TH Jumper Wires) (Requires Modules 4 & 8 prior to taking)
MODULE 7 (Optional)
Surface Mount Assemblies (Including SMT Jumper Wires) (Requires Modules 4 & 8 prior to taking)
MODULE 8 (Optional)
Component Damage and Printed Circuit Boards and Assemblies
MODULE 9 (Optional)
Solder-less Wire Wrap
COURSE SUMMARY AND REVIEW
Open and Closed Book Exams
Review of Test Results

What do you get?
In IPC 610 Certification you will get a review of your knowledge on looking up anything in the standard as well as how to apply the standard. Successful students walk away with a recertification of their 2-year industry credential.