IPC J-STD-001 Training & Certification
The IPC J-STD-001 Training & Certification is based on the IPC J-STD-001 Standard which describes the Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies.
The standard describes materials, methods and verification criteria for producing high-quality soldered leaded and lead-free interconnections. It emphasizes process control and establishes industry consensus requirements for a broad range of electronic connections.
The IPC J-STD-001 training is aimed at anyone needing to understand the essentials for the entire manufacturing process, such as:
- Production/Rework Operators
- Inspectors, Technicians
- Quality Control
- Manufacturing or Process Engineers
- Sales engineers
- Account engineers
- Management Personnel
- Managers and Directors who wants to understand the impact of quality on their products and processes
- Anyone responsible for the quality and reliability of electronics assemblies
This course covers the essentials for the entire manufacturing process from material handling to final inspection. A portion of this class involves Hands-on lab work. This document has been adopted for use by the Department of Defense (DoD) effective July 19, 2001. The standard emphasizes process control and sets industry consensus requirements for electronic products ranging from simple- to high-performance life support systems.
During the IPC J-STD-001 Training and Certification Course, students will review the IPC J-STD-001 Standard paragraph-by-paragraph.
SPACE & MILITARY ADDENDUM TRAINING
Training to an addendum to any IPC standard is revision specific. In order to be certified to an addendum the candidate must be certified to the same revision document that is modified by the addendum (e.g. to become certified to J-STD-001G Space, the candidate must first be certified to J-STD-001G).
On site training
If you are looking at training several people and a way to reduce the time out of the office, travel and addition expense of sending people to a class, then On-Site Training may be for you.
ETECH Training offers all training course either at our Training Centers or On-Site at your facility. Please Contact our Business Support Team for details on student quantity and material discounts.
What you’ll learn
- General requirements, such as safety, tools and electrostatic discharge (ESD)
- Wire and terminal assembly requirements, demonstrations and laboratory
- Through hole technology requirements, demonstrations and laboratory
- Surface mount technology requirements, demonstrations and laboratory
- General soldered connection acceptance requirements (including Lead Free)
- Machine and reflow soldering process requirements
- Test methods and related standards
- Using statistical process control methodology
Standard duration of the training:
- Full Certification Certified IPC Specialist (CIS) 4 days
- Full Certification Certified Standard Expert (CSE) 5 days
- Full Certification Certified IPC Trainer (CIT) 5 days
- Recertification Certified IPC Specialist (CIS) 2 days
- Recertification Certified Standard Expert (CSE) 2 days
- Recertification Certified IPC Trainer (CIT) 2 days
- Challenge test CIS, CSE or CIT 1 day
Validity of the Certificate
The certification term for all IPC programs are 2 years. The certification term begins on the date a candidate successfully completes all the program’s minimum certification requirements.
Certifications only reflect the expiration month and year. Certifications expire the last day of the expiration month, regardless of the day of the month the certification was granted.
Certification Renewal Period
All certification renewals may only occur within six calendar months prior to the expiration of an existing certification. When a Certificant renews their certification within 6 months of the certification expiration date, the renewed certification will be valid for an additional 2 years from the expiration date of their currently held certification.
If you would like to recertify there are three routes available for you:
- Initial certification course
- Recertification course
- Challenge Test (Exam only)
In addition, it is also recommended for many students to follow a certification course again after a recertification course and to alternate this every time.
What certification level do you want to achieve working in the electronics industry? IPC currently provides three levels of certification to the IPC Standards for individuals working in the electronics industry. Depending on your experience within the industry, you can become certified as a Certified Standards Expert (CSE), a Certified IPC Trainer (CIT), or as a Certified IPC Specialist (CIS).
Choosing the right level of certification for you is important.
IPC J-STD-001 Certified IPC Specialist (CIS)
CIS training and certification is appropriate for any individual that will benefit by having a consistent understanding of the criteria in a standard. Line operators, engineers, quality engineers will find this training and certification beneficial for their knowledge in the electronics industry.
IPC J-STD-001 Certified Standards Expert (CSE)
The Certified Standards Expert (CSE) is a subject matter professional with a high level of knowledge and understanding of a specific IPC standard or group of standards but doesn’t train students or teach IPC classes.
IPC J-STD-001 Certified IPC Trainer (CIT)
Certified IPC Trainer Programs are intended for those who wish to become certified as instructors in different IPC specifications for the electronic assembly industry. CITs may be employees of companies that train only within their parent company.