Category Archives: education

IPC Highlights Industry’s Concerns in Brussels, Ahead of IMPACT Europe 2018

In our ongoing efforts to represent IPC members’ interests in policy debates worldwide, IPC’s Vice President of Global Government Relations Chris Mitchell recently traveled to Brussels, Belgium, where he had a series of meetings with European Union policy makers, along with Nicolas Robin, IPC’s new senior director, Europe. Chris and Nicolas met with decision-makers from […]

IPC’s Job Task Analysis Needs Your Expertise to Address the Skills Gap

IPC president and CEO John Mitchell invites industry to join IPC’s Job Task Analysis Committee to help define key roles in the electronics industry and perform industry driven job task analysis for each of these roles.

IPC E-Textiles Committee Vice-Chair Launches “30 in 30” Free Video Series to Encourage Discussion on Key Topics in Smart Textiles

IPC D-70 E-Textiles Committee vice-chair Ben Cooper is running a new video series “30 in 30” through his IoClothes Forums. The forum discussions will showcase 30 videos in 30 days on topics that are critical to the continued growth of the smart textiles industry. A new video will be released every day for 30 consecutive […]

IPC E-Textiles 2018 – Where Standards, Innovation and Collaboration Will Combine to Create the Perfect Speedstorm

IPC D-70 E-Textiles Committee chair Stephanie Rodgers and vice-chair Ben Cooper spotlight just some of the reasons why you need to be at IPC E-Textiles 2018. Stephanie and Ben are members of the IPC E-Textiles 2018 program committee, which has put together a stellar lineup of technologists from the e-textiles space who will provide real-world […]

IPC is Seeking Participants for Technical Education Program Committee

IPC is seeking volunteers who represent all segments of the electronics manufacturing industry, for our Technical Education Program Committee, to help guide, create and develop high-quality educational programs through conferences, tutorials and workshops. This is a great opportunity to collaborate with your industry colleagues and to become more involved with IPC. For more information, contact […]

What Happens to our Industry Without a Skilled Workforce?

IPC president and CEO John Mitchell discusses the skills gap in the manufacturing industry and IPC’s efforts to address the issue.

The Value and Importance of Training and Certifying Employees

Training, certification and education are central pillars at IPC. John Mitchell, IPC president and CEO, discusses the value of training, certification and education and how IPC’s programs can help grow your business.    

Advancing U.S. Manufacturing: A Focus on Talent Acquisition

In part three of IPC’s four-part video series, IPC President and CEO John Mitchell discusses how the Trump Administration and Congress could help advance the U.S. manufacturing industry by focusing on addressing its critical talent shortage.

PD18 : Preventing Production Defects and Product Failures

Under today’s manufacturing and market environment, the effort to maximize production yield, reduce cost, and assure product reliability is becoming increasingly important to a company’s competitiveness. Considering the new and anticipated developments in packaging and assembly and with the goal of achieving high yield and reliability in mind, the “how-to” prevent prevailing production defects and […]

IPC Essentials Preview

A new online course, “IPC Essentials,” designed to enhance knowledge of IPC Standards, the standards development process, and how to use standards, is coming soon to IPC EDGE.