IPC 7711 CIS Rework of Electronic Assembly
The IPC-7711 CIS Rework program covers common rework techniques. This course provides participants with a hands-on approach to the restoration of electronics assemblies, replacing electronic components with minimum impact on quality and reliability.
The Rework program course curriculum consists of (6) modules. The CIS training is modular and only Module 1- Document Introduction and Common Procedures is the prerequisite to all other modules. Verion Training Systems teaches the following: Modules 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 9.
This (3) day class covers the procedural requirements, tools, materials, and methods to be used in removing and replacing, surface mount and through-hole components. Other modules are taught based on a company’s specific requirements. An open book and practical exam will be given for each module taught and a 70% score is required to pass the module/ class.
Prerequisite/ Who Should Become Certified
Candidates should have soldering/electronics assembly experience, and should possess adequate soldering ability. Anyone responsible for the quality and reliability of reworked or repaired electronic assemblies should become certified-including trainers, quality supervisors, engineers and manufacturing supervisors with assembly responsibilities.
What Students Receive
Course Length: 3 days.
Class Size: Maximum number of students is Twelve (12) per instructor.
On-Site Training: Available Upon Request, Contact Verion: 1-877-837-4661