IPC Announces Winter 2012 Webinar Schedule

Offering convenient and cost-effective staff development, IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries® announces its Winter Webinar Series for January, February and March 2012. The one-hour webinars which focus on critical issues facing the industry, offer companies an opportunity to bring IPC technical information to a large number of employees at one time.

Webinar topics include:

Soldering and Assembly Defects – Causes and Cures (free for all attendees)
Bob Willis, ASKbobwillis.com
Thursday, January 12

New Developments in ENIG and ENEPIG for Today's Electronic Products
George Milad, Uyemura International Corp.
Thursday, January 19

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About TH Soldering but Were Afraid to Ask
Bob Klenke, ITM Consulting
Thursday, January 26

Why Wedge Bond
Lee Levine, Hesse & Knipps
Tuesday, January 31

Key Issues in BTC Design & Assembly for Improved Reliability and Yield
Ray Prasad, Ray Prasad Consultancy Group
Wednesday, February 1

Rework of Bottom Terminated Components (QFNs, LGAs, etc)
Norman Mier, BEST, Inc.
Thursday, February 2

Troubleshooting SMT Yield Problems
Ray Prasad, Ray Prasad Consultancy Group
Tuesday, February 7

Life After the Super Committee Deadline – What Now?
Keith Smith; Rich Meade, Prime Policy Group
Wednesday, February 8

Flex Repair
James Bernhardt, BESTProto Inc.
Tuesday, March 13

Discussion and Highlights of IPC-4204A, Flexible Metal-Clad Dielectrics for Use in Fabrication of Flexible Printed Circuitry
Clark Webster, All Flex LLC; Michael Beauchesne, Amphenol Printed Circuits
Thursday, March 15

With the exception of the soldering and assembly defects webinar which is free, the registration fee of $75 per login for IPC members or $100 industry standard rate per login covers as many employees as can fit in a company's conference or training room.  Webinars will run from 10:00 am to 11:00 am, Central time, except for the January 12 soldering and assembly defects webinar which will run from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm, Central time.

For more information and to register, visit: www.ipc.org/webinar-schedule

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