Guide to Modern Electronics Manufacturing

Category:

PCB Assembly Courses

Where | When:

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia | Nov. 22, 2017

Description:

Within a modern electronics assembly plant, it is vital that all employees are familiar with the terms, processes and equipment used in the industry. Improved communications between the team equates to higher efficiency and profitability. This one day course introduces the attendee to just that - the terms, equipment and processes common in a modern electronics assembly plant. This format is ideal for people who are indirectly involved with but need to understand the processes.

Who Should Attend

Newly hired personnel, administrators, sales representatives, and accounting staff will all benefit from an understanding of the terms, processes and equipment used within a modern electronics assembly plant.

Benefits

Upon completion of this survey course, individuals will have a better understanding of the terminology, processes and equipment utilized within a modern electronics assembly plant. A more knowledgeable support staff can improve the overall operation of your company. Improved communications between personnel leads to a more efficient and profitable operation.

Url:

http://www.aciusa.org/train-bootcamp.html

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