IPC to Hold Online Course on Introduction to PCB Design


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IPC will be holding a six-week online program that introduces participants to the concepts and skills required to create real-world designs that comply with IPC standards.

Taught by an IPC-certified industry expert with more than 25 years of experience in the field, the Introduction to PCB Design I will focus on front-end design concepts such as schematic capture, library parts creation, basic electrical engineering concepts, and documentation.

The 12-session course, to start on July 6, will include a final project to deliver a solid foundation in schematic capture, library creation and documentation. IPC also offers a suite of design courses—from fundamental schematic capture to rigid flex boards, to military and aerospace applications. For more information, visit IPC's PCB design training courses.

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