|Date||06 - 09 Apr 2020|
|Course Name||IPC-A-610 CIS (Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies)|
|No. of Days||4|
E2I Grant (SGD)
Funding is up to 70% of qualified costs for SMEs; up to 50% of qualified costs for non-SMEs.
Funding is subject to approval by the relevant departments of the funding organization. There is no guarantee that funding will be awarded. Wizlogix will not be responsible for the grant outcome.
|EDM Link||Click here|
Upcoming IPC-A-610 schedule in 2020:
08 - 11 Jun 2020
The Certified IPC Application Specialist (CIS) Course is a standards-based certification program with a validity of 2 years.
Individuals that have completed the CIS course but have failed to pass a certification exam may attempt to retake the exam after the cool down period of 14 days.
Candidates may opt to retest only the failed portion(s) of the certification written examination or the workmanship project, if completed within 90 calendar days following the initial failed exam.
Candidates are afforded one complimentary retest of the failed portions of their certification written exam. Any subsequent attempts are subject to the retest fee.
Participants are advised to bring your own laptops for online assessment.
In partnership with Blackfox Training Institute, Wizlogix is now an official IPC Training Center Licensee in Singapore.
Course dates may be subject to change.
With many corporations actively pursuing IPC standards, getting certified and being well-versed in the intricacies of end-product acceptance criteria for consumer and high-reliability printed circuit assemblies will make you a valuable asset in any company. The most widely used inspection standard in the electronics industry, the IPC-A-610 certification is a must-have for any engineering professional looking to stay ahead of the curve.
Application on areas such as soldering criteria, soldered connection requirements, component mounting criteria and jumper wire assembly requirements will be taught in this three day course following one day exam. This training will focus on what operators and inspectors will need to know when making acceptance and rejection decisions for assembled boards.