ESD for ESD-coordinator (Advanced)
Explanation regarding the introduction and maintenance of ESD procedures and audits.
Many companies in the electronics industry think they have a lot of control over ESD issues, but who determines whether the preventative measures taken are enough?
This training (ESD for ESD Coordinators) has been specifically developed for anyone involved in the introduction and maintenance of ESD procedures and audits. Each company has other processes, and thus requires a different combination of ESD prevention measures for an optimal ESD control program. The training is based on the International Directive IEC-61340-5-1 and IEC-61340-5-2. After following this training, each participant knows what matters to be met and how to apply these measures in practice.
Due to unique appointments between the IEC and ETECH training, each participant receives an official copy of the IEC-61340-5-1 for this training. Also, participants of this training get a 50% discount on other documents from the IEC-61340 series.
Who should attend ESD training?
This training is intended for anyone involved in the introduction and maintenance of ESD procedures and audits. You can think of these professions:
- Technical managers
- (Upcoming) ESD Coordinators
Certification: 1 Day excluding test (optional)
Recertification: ½ 1 Day excluding test (optional)
Challenge test: 1 Hour test
Course materialsEach participant will receive a summary of the training and an original copy of IEC-61340-5-1 (EN / FR).
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