Ann Arbor Michigan Solder Training

The city of Ann Arbor, Michigan is home to one of the leading research universities in the United States – The University of Michigan. This institution is paramount to the economy in the region and employs over 30,000 people, of which 12,000 are found in the university’s medical center alone.

A number of technology companies are also based in the city, largely thanks to the research and development funding from the University. Another factor is the number of high-quality graduates Ann Arbor produces.

Although the University of Michigan drives much of the economy in the city, other important industries include health services, research facilities, laboratories, automobile manufacturers, and a number of high-tech industries. In recent years, both web development and online media companies have started to spring up in the city as well; either as expansions from other areas, or as start-up companies.

Skilled workers are highly sought in Ann Arbor in numerous fields, including research and manufacturing industries. BEST, a leader in training to electronics-based technology in the region, provides Ann Arbor, Michigan solder training to industries in the city itself, as well as in outlying areas. BEST is well respected in their field, having provided training for many clients including Motorola, Nokia and IBM.

As a leader in Ann Arbor Michigan solder training, BEST will provide your workforce with the required training and certification in many areas including IPC Master Training Certification for both instructors and operators.

Our Ann Arbor Michigan solder training courses are specifically designed to ensure “hands-on” training and can be undertaken at our facilities. We also offer our mobile training center, which we can bring to your premises. We are able to meet your training needs, developing a tailor-made program for you, whether you’re looking for single training, or the training of large groups.


About Bob Wettermann

Dad, business and social entrepreneur electronics rework and repair geek, cyclist, racquetball player,

Posted on November 17, 2015, in Bob's Muses and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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