Dayton Ohio Solder Training

Dayton Ohio’s traditional industries mainly consist of manufacturing, shipping, research and development. These core industries have developed over time, with many of Dayton’s businesses diversifying. A service-based economy has also begun to take foot in the city, which is composed of insurance, legal, healthcare, and government-based institutions. In 2008 and 2009, Dayton was ranked the best medium-sized metropolitan area in the United States for economic development.

Dayton’s area economy is largely composed of aerospace and defense contractors, as well as healthcare facilities. Hospitals in the region provide approximately 32, 000 jobs and contribute around $6.8 million to the economy. Impressively, Dayton ranks third in the United States for excellence in healthcare (study conducted in 2011 by HealthGrades).

The Aerospace industry is another massive contributor to the city’s economy. Since the Wright Brothers, the city has always been associated with flight, and is home to one of the biggest air force bases in the United States, Wright-Patterson AFB.

The demand for skilled labor in the city is increasing, and employers are either looking to employ skilled workers, or to train their staff. BEST has been serving the needs for Dayton Ohio solder training on an ongoing basis, providing both the knowledge and the skills for workers to increase their skill sets.

We do this by providing Dayton Ohio solder training in the form of numerous certifications. These include IPC-A-610, IPC J-STD-001, IPC-A-600, IPC/WHMA-A-620, IPC 7711/7721, as well as IPC Master Training for both operators and instructors.

Solder training is either provided at our facilities, or better still at your premises, through our mobile unit. We are the only Dayton Ohio solder training center to provide an onsite program. Having worked with numerous institutions including Flextronics, Plexus and GE Medical, you can be sure BEST has a solution for your solder training needs.


About Bob Wettermann

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

Posted on December 7, 2015, in Bob's Muses and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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