Manage My Account. They have also been revised to provide clarity to requirements where users found the language confusing or not well defined. The standards are often used as companion documents. While there is much overlap in their criteria, they each have unique purposes. IPC-AF is a post-assembly acceptance standard used to ensure that electronic assemblies meet acceptance requirements. The task groups that develop these documents consist largely of the same volunteers.
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Manage My Account. Translated training materials for this program are available. Additional languages are continuously being added. The standard describes materials, methods and verification criteria for producing high quality soldered interconnections. The standard emphasizes process control and sets industry-consensus requirements for a broad range of electronic products.
IPC received hundreds of requests from companies worldwide to support this critical standard with a formal training program that recognizes individuals as qualified instructors and provides them with teaching materials.
Now, IPC has an industry developed and approved comprehensive, hands-on solder training and certification program based on J-STD that gives companies all the tools they need to increase employee skills and performance. The training program uses soldering labs and demonstrations as well as classroom instruction to teach the standard criteria.
Certified IPC Trainer candidates who successfully complete the soldering workmanship portions of the course and the certification examination are given the instructional materials needed for training Application Specialists.
The Application Specialists training is "modularized," meaning that training on the entire document is not required. Application Specialists must be trained on the introductory section, and then should be trained on additional modules covering: wires and terminals, through hole technology, surface mount technology and inspection as would be appropriate to daily activities. Note that completion of module 1 is the starting point and should be accompanied by one or more additional knowledge modules.
The type of solder alloy used for application specialist training is optional, based on the needs of the company. Download the course synopsis schedule format.
This program is offered as a service to industry, therefore its adoption is not a precondition for any company to purchase the standard or claim that they build product to its requirements. Program Benefits Those interested in company-wide quality assurance initiatives have an IPC-sponsored program to support their commitment to continuous operations and product improvement.
Certified IPC Trainers may teach the course at any location and set a training fee, if applicable. For a training center near you, please see the linked list of all Authorized Training Centers. Assembly process engineers, quality assurance supervisors, training managers and others responsible for the quality and reliability of soldered electronic assemblies are excellent candidates for the program.
Any company that uses J-STD or is considering its adoption can use the program to address the training requirement identified in the standard. While there are no formal entrance requirements, Certified IPC Trainer candidates must have excellent hand soldering skills and ideally, in training as well.
These files are being made available to update existing training PowerPoints in each of the indicated courses with the changes in the Amendments for each course. The slides in the downloadable Zip files are the complete, module Policy and Procedure modules.
The slides are intended to be used with revision 6 of the Policy and Procedures document. Printable support materials Artwork for soldering test boards. Test kits based on this artwork are recommended for Application Specialist soldering demonstrations. To use the files: Click on the link for the desired course. Edit your existing full training course PowerPoint files to include or replace the existing training slides as appropriate.
Topics Covered in the Registered Instructor Training Course Instructional skills and the roles and responsibilities of Certified IPC Trainers 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 Support for Training J Instructors.
J Training Tool and Equipment List.
The Curse of IPC-A-610 and IPC-J-STD-001
J-STD-001F Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies (Includes Amendment 1)