Learn the basics of electronics, definitions, tools, functions of components, and an overview of techniques in soldering and connecting electronic components. This class is an excellent introduction to the field of electronic assembly and allows the graduate the confidence in the field to take further study. There is no recertification offered for this course.
Recommended: Manual dexterity, patience. Highly recommended if you have little or no soldering background.
Included in this module:
- Basic of electronics
- Functions of components
- Overview of connecting electronic components
- Overview of the electronics industry
Certification Dates: Oct 25-26, Nov 22-23
Course Length: 2 days
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
IPC-A-610 Manual, Rev. G.
Supplemental Course Materials:
Please call (505) 293-3877 for inquiries on repair kits & tools
· Lilia Ortega, CIT, The Introduction to Electronics Kit (Available soon)
· Lilia Ortega, CIT, The Introduction to Electronics Video (Available soon)
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