Technical Training Corporation (TTC) (http://www.techtrainingcorp.com) is proud to announce that the company has met the requirements to become the nation’s newest IPC Authorized Training Center. “IPC criteria represent the “gold standard” of certification in the electronics industry,” said Frank Wouters, Technical Training Corporation’s president. “We identified a demand for professional, competitively-priced IPC training and certification that is readily available to the local manufacturing base. We look forward to doing our part to make the Georgia workforce stronger and more competitive.”
TTC becomes one of two IPC authorized training and certification centers in the state of Georgia, and the only one with license to hold training at the operator and instructor levels in J-STD-001F w/Space Addendum, IPC-A-610F, and IPC/WHMA-A-620B. The company will also train and certify in seventeen additional IPC topics related to electronics manufacturing, such as ESD Control, ESD Instructor, and Advanced (fine pitch) Soldering. TTC’s training schedule begins January 19, 2016.
About Technical Training Corporation
Technical Training Corporation (http://www.techtrainingcorp.com), in Powder Springs, Georgia, is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business providing industry-standard electronics and IT training to corporate clients and individuals. The firm offers individual courses and career tracks from IPC, Cisco, CompTIA, and the Electronics Technicians Association International.
IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries (http://www.IPC.org), a global industry association in Bannockburn, Illinois, has 3,500 member companies representing all facets of the electronics industry, including design, printed board manufacturing, electronics assembly and test. Through its international network of licensed and audited training centers, IPC offers globally recognized, industry-traceable training and certification programs on key industry standards.
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