Benefits of IPC CID Training

Business Benefits

For many PCB Design Professionals, CID accreditation provides an assurance that their skills and knowledge are fit-for-purpose, whereas for some, it enhances and adds to their skill level, ensuring design work is of higher quality and more effective.

  • Helps PCB design staff create better quality design work
  • Ensures that the work is done right first time
  • Helps avoid time-consuming rework and testing, increasing efficiency
  • Enhances existing skill levels
  • Provides design staff with the skills to deal with more complex design issues
  • Can be promoted to clients, customer and stakeholders

Individual Benefits

For the PCB Design Professional it is becoming more frequent for organisations to ask for CID qualifications when tendering for work, during job applications and when outsourcing design work. CID Accreditation ensures that:

  • Your designs are compliant with IPC standards
  • Knowledge and skill levels are up to the task
  • Your design skills and experience are officially recognised and endorsed
  • Your employability is increased
  • Your experience and knowledge is in-line with internationally recognised techniques

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