IPC/WHMA-A-620 Certification Program
The IPC/WHMA-A-620 training and certification program has two tiers of instruction.
Certified IPC Trainers
Certified IPC Specialist
- A CD-ROM or digital download with full color teaching visuals (PPT format) illustrating every aspect of the IPC/WHMA-A-620C document and training information required for conducting Application Specialist training
- An Instructor Guide, (located in the “Notes” section of the PowerPoint slides) providing complete instructions for conducting the Certified IPC Specialist training and testing
- The IPC/WHMA-A-620C Requirements and Acceptance of Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies document
The term for an IPC/WHMA-A-620 certification is two years. Instructor certification and re-certification training is conducted primarily at IPC Authorized Training Centers but may be conducted by the training center at company facilities.
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Some WHMA-A-620 Instructor Training Course Topics:
- Cable and wire dimensioning, tolerances and preparation
- Insulation displacement connections
- Ultrasonic welding
- Soldered terminations
- Crimp terminations:
- Stamped and formed contacts
- Machined Contacts
- Molding and potting
- Marking and labeling
- Co-ax and twin-ax assembly
- Wire bundle securing
- Wire wrap (solderless)
- Testing of Cable/Wire Harness Assemblies
OPTIONAL, CERTIFIED HANDS-ON TRAINING MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
The NEW A-620C optional hands-on training has been developed to help users become familiar with the basics of cable and wire harness fabrication.
The Hands-on module is optional for the CIT and CIS. If a CIT wishes to teach the hands-on projects, the CIT would need to complete the extra, 1-day course and complete all the requirements of the projects.
The CIS hands-on training is modular and can be applied to the individual, modular sections of the CIS training. The CIS candidate would need to complete the lecture/discrimination module for his or her certification. Then the CIS candidate would complete only the portion of the hands-on project that applies to the learned material.
To find out more information, check the IPC Certification Portal or check with the Training Centers Directly.