Blog Archives

Columbus OH Solder Training

The city of Columbus, Ohio has an economy which is extremely diverse. Industries found in the city and surrounding areas include insurance, healthcare, retail, technology, education, banking, aviation, steel, energy and medical research. In fact, the biggest steel foundry in the United States, Columbus Steel Castings, operates just outside of Columbus. Additionally, as the state capital, many jobs are provided by government institutions.

A number of Fortune 500 companies have their headquarters in the city, ranking it 5th in the United States in this regard. Columbus prides itself on the diversification of its many industries. This diversification was one of the main reasons why the economic downturn of the 2007 recession had little impact on business here.

With the manufacturing industry a prominent player in the economy of the region, the need for skilled workers is paramount. BEST is an award winning leader in solder training in Columbus, specifically with regard to solder techniques. At BEST, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide Columbus, Ohio solder training which will help to improve the skills of your workforce.

We provide training and certification in numerous important fields. These include IPC-A-610, IPC J-STD-001, IPC-A-600, IPC/WHMA-A-620, IPC 7711/7721 and IPC Master Training for operators and instructors.

Our Columbus Ohio solder training courses emphasize “hands-on” work where each trainee is ultimately judged on the quality of the work they produce. We have trained many large corporations including Ericsson, Tellabs, Plexus and 3COM. You can be sure that BEST has a solder training solution to suit your needs.

BEST Columbus Ohio solder training can take place at our training facilities, or even on your own premises. This is thanks to our mobile training center, which is the only one of its kind in the region. In fact, we are the only IPC Certification Center to offer this facility. Contact us today to let us plan your customized solder training in Columbus, Ohio.