Blackfox Training Institute Launches New Website


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Blackfox announces the recent unveiling of its newly redesigned website.

The upgraded website boasts a sleek technical design with a clean, modern layout. This new layout and user-centered design make it much easier for visitors to navigate the expanded content. In addition to the improved navigation, Blackfox has implemented robust search functionality with superior speed for drilldown searches of abundant and detailed information. The new website has also been optimized for use on mobile devices and is multi-lingual, currently offered in both Spanish and English.

In addition to design and functionality improvements, Blackfox has added even more helpful content to the site. This includes an expanded course calendar with a greater number of options for students and an expanded section for their renowned veteran’s training program. The company has also implemented a new blog page, found under the News and Events tab, that will give visitors updates on news, courses and information on industry processes and standards.

President of Blackfox Allen Dill commented, “It was our goal to provide visitors with all the information they needed in a clean, fast, easy-to-use environment. We’re excited about the unveiling and look forward to sharing the new blackfox.com with both our present and future students.”  

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About Blackfox

Blackfox is a leader in providing quality training systems and custom courses to the Electronic Manufacturing Industry's cutting edge companies as well as to individuals who are interested in a career in Electronics. Blackfox is also a worldwide Authorized IPC Training Center, providing all current IPC Certifications. For more information, please visit them on the web or contact Sharon Montana-Beard at sharonm@blackfox.com.  

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