Assembly Training and Education


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Even if your PCB assembly process is optimized, there is always room for improvement. And no matter how successful your company has been in the past, you just can’t rest on your laurels. It is always in your best interest to strive towards a better operations model.

The human factor remains a critical issue when it comes to your overall efficiency. But how do you make sure your operators, engineers and supervisors have the proper knowledge and skill sets to perform at their peak levels, day in and day out?

We've created a survey to help us gauge the importance of training and education in your workforce, and the benefits that you get in ensuring that your operators and engineers have the most current knowledge and skill sets.

Your participation in this survey will help us provide you and the industry with the best content possible in our publications.

To take this quick survey, click here.

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