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Circuit Technology, Inc.
Circuit Technology's IPC certified trainers have an average of 24 years experience in the circuit board assembly/manufacturing field. We can assist with all your solder training needs.  

Circuit Technology offers IPC certifications as well as custom designed solder training courses to meet your specific requirements.  We offer solder training classes in IPC-600, IPC-610, IPC-620, IPC-7711, IPC-7721 and IPC-J-001.  

There is also a very popular SMT Bootcamp course that covers the basics of the Circuit Board assembly process and is tailored to meet your specific needs. This course is great for new hires as well as seasoned employees that may have never been exposed to formal training in the SMT process.    

CTI also offers specific classes in LED assembly/repair, lead-free, wave soldering and reflow or we will customize courses for specific needs. In addition, we offer consulting services in all areas of the electronic assembly, repair, rework, and modification processes.    

Training Center Locations: Raleigh, NC, Baltimore, MD, Clearwater, FL, and Melbourne, FL.
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Circuit Technology, Inc.
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340 Raleigh Street
Holly Springs, NC 27540
Phone: 919-552-3434
Ruffin Blackard Training Coordinator
ruffin@circuittechnology.com
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