The IPC J-STD-001 Certification and Re-certification class is one of the methods for recertifying to the IPC J-STD-001 at the CIS level.  This recertification is required every 2 years and includes an accelerated review of the IPC J-STD-001 standard as well as the testing of the same. In addition, hand skills are confirmed based on the modules that were initially certified to. This means students must be proctored while they solder components-both throughhole and surface mount as well as wires.

In IPC JSTD Certification for specialist and recertification, students will discuss and review the J-STD-001 standard. 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. IPC J-STD-001 specialist recertification students will discuss applicable changes.

What’s in the IPC J-STD-001 specialist recertification class?

DAY 1
EOS/ESD
Solder Flux and Solder Alloys
Facilities, Tools & Equipment Training
PTH – Assembly/Solder
Surface Mount Technology
Cleaning
Wire and terminal assembly
Wire and terminal soldering
Wire and terminal bench work by students

DAY 2
Lead Preparation
Component Mounting
Throughole Inspection Criteria
SMT Criteria
SMT Inspection Criteria

DAY 3
SMT Inspection Criteria
Theory of Inspection, SPC
Defect Definition and Disposition
Inspection Skills Lab

What do you get upon completion of the IPC JSTD Certification or specialist recertification?
A review of your knowledge of 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.  The IPC JSTD certification or recertification program credential is valid for a two year period of time. Potential candidates for this IPC training program should have at least a 5th-grade reading comprehension level.