Circuit Board Repair
This five day course provides participants with an intense, hands-on printed circuit board rework and repair lab coupled with a review of all the applicable procedures outlined in the IPC-7711/7721A Specification. Utilizing the industry’s latest tools, materials and technology, students will perform a variety of IPC-7711 through-hole and surface mount components rework and inspection processes. Additionally, students will demonstrate advanced proficiency in the repair and restoration of damaged printed circuit board assemblies. Upon successful completion of the course, students will attain an industry recognized IPC certificate which is valid for two years.
Students will learn and demonstrate in a lab setting, the procedures and processes for rework, repair and restoration techniques for the following: Wire splicing, Through-hole, Chip and MELF, SOIC/SOT, J-Lead & QFP, Conformal coating, PWB Circuit Repair, Laminate repair. Students will be required to perform workmanship inspection of PCB assemblies to the acceptance criteria of IPC-A-610, Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies. Students must score a minimum average of 80% on a two-part written exam.
Please note that this class is Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for 2 weeks.
Please contact Tammy Marcase for a complete breakdown of course modules and schedule.
*Please note that the check should be made payable to MASCPA and mailed to MASCPA, 160 Roosevelt Ave., Suite 400, York PA 17401. Any company interested in joining the Electronics Consortium, please call Tammy Marcase at 717-843-3891.
This training is supported by funding through the Department of Labor and Industry.