The power of repetition

The matter of IPC certifications´ term of validity regularly leads top questions and uncertainty among those interested. How long are they valid? What if re-certification has not taken place in time? Why is re-certification necessary?

Currently IPC certifications are a bare necessity in the electronic interconnect industry. Standards that are universally adopted, recognised across the world and adhered to by professionals have become a mainstay. Many customers expect the products they order to comply with these standards. Since our world is getting smaller, working with IPC standards is a successful way to prevent miscommunication. All parties speak the same language, if
they all work to the same IPC standards.

An IPC certification has a limited term of validity, which is two years, normally speaking. After this time, re-certification is needed. Sometimes an organisation wonders why this is necessary. What re-certification aims to do is update, refresh and deepen knowledge. Nowadays changes occur so frequently – and even more so in the electronic interconnect industry – that it is vital for an employee to have the most up-to-date knowledge and skills set.
Re-certification sees to this. Furthermore, the organisation can make sure that workers are aware of and work to the latest IPC standards. Please do not forget that IPC standards are regularly updated, to stay on top of things.

What you want to do is also stay on top of things, and it is re-certifying your employees that helps you do this.

By |2019-06-26T08:38:43+00:0026 June 2019|PIEK News|