11/17/05 Soldering Training offered by Center for Applied Competitive Technologies
IPC Standard 610 Soldering Class Starts Oct. 27 in Roseville
ROCKLIN – In response to several requests for soldering training to IPC Standard 610, Sierra College Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) is offering a 20 hour soldering class taught by IPC certified instructors and open to multiple employers.
The sessions will be held at the Roseville Gateway campus, 333 Sunrise Ave., on Oct. 27 & 28 and Nov. 3 & 4 from 8:30 am to 2 pm. The class size is limited to 15 participants. The format will be a combination of lecture, hands-on skills building and testing as required for certification. Each student will receive a handbook and individual kit to use for practicing skills and showing competency. Those who successfully complete the four part class will be given a certificate showing certification to the IPC 610 Standard. The class is underwritten by CACT so the fee is reduced to $350 per person. For more information, contact (916) 660-7801.
Since 1997, the Sierra College CACT has supported manufacturers and technology companies with employee training, technology deployment and industry development. CACT serves Northern California businesses located from Sacramento to the Oregon border.
The CACT provides process improvement assessments, facilitates businesses in implementing Lean Manufacturing methods, has established demonstration sites and offers training in business skills. Using mobile laboratories that can go to employers' worksites, CACT offers customized training in high tech soldering, business software and installation of Category 5 high performance cable systems. In addition, the new Concurrent Engineering demonstration laboratory, including rapid prototyping capabilities, shows manufacturers how to reduce costs, speed up new product development and increase customer satisfaction. A complete list of services and courses is available at www.sierracollegetraining.com.
The Sierra College CACT is one of 15 centers in California dedicated to enhancing the competitiveness of the State's small and medium-sized manufacturers by facilitating the transfer and adoption of advanced and environmentally sound manufacturing technologies and techniques. For more information visit www.sierracollegetraining.com or contact Sandra Scott, Economic Development Director, at 916-660-7801.