This professional development program provides objective evaluation of core competencies in PCB design, based upon industry standards rather than specifications of just one company. Courses enhance and assess technical knowledge: how to transform an electrical circuit description into a PCB design that can be manufactured, assembled and tested.
CID (Certified Interconnect Designer-Basic) and CID+ (Advanced) are valuable professional credentials recognized throughout the electronics industry. This technical education holds the most benefit for PCB designers with at least 2 years of hands-on experience. Because Designer Certification builds a foundation in design decision-making and practical application of IPC standards, the program is open to all engineering staff and managers with interest in design: Sales, Purchasing, R&D, Quality, Test.
CID is required before registration for a CID+ session.CID and CID+ sessions include:
Designer Certification Registration Fee includes:
The two-day classroom instruction portion of the course usually begins at 8:30 am and concludes at 5:00 pm each day, with check-in starting at 8:00 am on the first day. Exam is usually administered on the third day, concluding by early afternoon.
Cancellations for registrations will not be refunded once materials have shipped. Students may work with their training center to transfer to another session.CID course materials:
CID+ course materials:
To learn more about how the IPC Designer Certification Program can help you and your organization, contact the Manager of Design Programs at +1 847-597-2827 or by e-mail: email@example.com.
IPC Designer Certification is not just for designers. Many professionals in supporting industries are being certified: electrical and mechanical engineers, PCB fabrication engineers, assembly techs, manufacturing engineers and parts engineers. Certification can be a valuable step in a person's career. Earning your CID or CID+ is a great way to be recognized for understanding the standards behind electronic design and manufacturing.