Think about which method you prefer when you are about to book an IPC Training course. IPC Training courses can be booked for individuals and for small groups. If you want to send your employees to a IPC Training course, several methods are available. On the one hand, PIEK offers open enrolment courses. These courses are suitable for clients that have only a couple of employees that need to learn particular skills. Only a few courses are available for open enrolment, however, individuals can apply for more than one course. On the other hand, in case you would like your whole staff to be trained, group sessions can be organised. The group rates allow up to 15 participants for theoretical courses and up to 10 participants for the practical training courses. Information about the costs can be asked.
IPC Training: dates, locations and languages
IPC Training courses can be done at our training centres in Germany and The Netherlands for example. PIEK offers courses throughout the year and every course lasts for a couple of days. IPC Training courses are given in four languages: English, Dutch, German and French. However, in case you cannot come to one of the PIEK training centres, PIEK can give an in-company training. This is a cost-effective alternative. In-company trainings can be given to groups of five or more. You can choose a course and ask for a customised solution. The trainers of PIEK can transfer the needed skills and knowledge quickly to your entire team, while you save on travelling costs.
IPC Training: various subjects
In case you would like to keep the knowledge of the most current developments in the electronics industry of your employees up-to-date, training is recommended. The main goal of the IPC Training courses of PIEK is to improve the quality of your company’s production, products and, above all, your staff. In this way, you can deal with the competitors much better. PIEK offers courses about a variety of subjects: PCB Design, Component Rework and Board Repair, Machine Soldering, Aerospace Requirement and Process Requirements, just to name a few. All programs are available for on-site training at your faculty. However, some are available for open enrolment too.