Component Identification for Employees in the Electronic Assembly Process
In the electronics and electrical industry, it is necessary that all staff should have a basic understanding of the most common components used in this industry. During this one (1) day course you will learn to recognize the different components and names.
ETECH’s Component Identification is a one (1) day course for staff unfamiliar or new to electronics and electrical industry. The course demonstrates good practice and teaches the skills applicable to Component Identification to those unfamiliar or new to the industry, as well as showing how components are recognised and positioned.
During the training the key components are covered including: Through-hole resistors, capacitors, diodes, potentiometers, pin grid arrays, IC sockets, DIPs, SIPs, transistors, LEDs, inductors, filters, fuses, switches, relays, crystals, voltage regulators, headers and jumpers. Also covers SMT component types (QFPs, PLCCs, rectangular chips, MELFs, SOICs, molded tantalum capacitors, SOTs, DPAKs), leadless components, QFNs, DFNs, LGAs, CCGAs and BGAs. Introduces resistor, capacitor and inductor values and tolerances.
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
- Function of active and passive electronic components
- Basics of conventional (Through-hole) and surface mount assembly processes
- Bill of Materials (BOM) list
- Schematic symbols
- Orientation and polarity
Standard duration of the training is 1 day
Validity of the Certificate
The certification term for all ETECH Training programs are 2 years. This is also according to ISO 9001:2015 paragraph 7.2.
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 two routes available for you:
- Recertification course
- Challenge Test (Exam only)