IPC Training Course: PCB Design for Military & Aerospace Applications


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From June 7 to July 14, 2022, IPC will be holding a training course on PCB Design for Military & Aerospace Applications. The training will be conducted every Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30–8:30 p.m.

This course addresses specific challenges encountered in military and aerospace applications, including  the effects of vibration, shock, radiation, and altitude, extended operating temperature range, and other design considerations for high reliability applications. The class also focuses on the impact of these designs on manufacturing and assembly techniques, documentation, and manufacturing file generation.  

Taught by an IPC-certified industry expert with 25+ years of experience in the field, the eight week program utilizes interactive webinars, on-demand recorded class sessions, job-specific exercises, and team projects to facilitate mastery of the key concepts required to design boards for military and aerospace applications. 

PCB Design for Military & Aerospace Applications is ideal for designers, engineers, technicians, and other individuals who want to acquire or increase their ability to meet the  design, manufacturing, packaging, and routing challenges posed by military, aerospace, and space applications. 

Before taking this course, it is recommended that participants complete the PCB Fundamentals courses (I and 2), OR be familiar with:

  • Schematic symbol creation
  • Schematic Generation
  • Documentation and Dimensioning
  • Standard Rigid Printed Board Design

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