IC Packaging Beginner Certification

Member Price: $356.00
Non-Member Price: $476.00


Curriculum Description  

The semiconductor industry provides critical enabling technology for many products and fields and has been in periods of rapid growth.  While electronics goods dominate the market, communications, medical devices, and the automotive industry show signs of increased potential. To address this increased potential of the semiconductor industry, this beginner’s level curriculum prepares learners for a career in semiconductor manufacturing with a focus on integrated chip (IC) packaging.  

IC Packaging requires interdisciplinary knowledge, such as mechanical, materials, chemical, and electronics engineering. This curriculum aims to bring things from this interdisciplinary lens by teaching foundational concepts, PCB, board assembly, soldering, and leadframe and substrate package assembly.  Engineers who complete this certification are more ready to take on issues they encounter in the field during the design and manufacturing operations.  

At the end of the training, learners must complete the final exam to receive certification. This exam will consist of 100 questions. Learners have up to three attempts to pass the exam. A passing score of 75% is required.  If you do not pass the test after three attempts, you must re-enroll in the curriculum. This certification is valid for three years and is issued by SEMI.  

 

The IC Packaging Beginner’s Certification includes 3 courses.  

These individual courses can be purchased separately, but this is the only bundle that includes a summative exam. 

 

Curriculum Objectives  

  • Summarize introductory concepts of integrated chip packaging 
  • Explain PCB, board assembly, and soldering functions and constituents 
  • Identify various assembly processes  

 

Curriculum Duration 

3.5 hours, Certification exam 1.5 hours 

 

Target Audience  

Sales engineers/business development executives, college students who are interested in joining the semiconductor industry, especially in OSAT, EMS, IDM (Package Assembly). Materials and equipment makers from industry companies can take advantage of this curriculum to ensure their workforce is ready. 

 

Requisite Knowledge  

At least some college-level scientific knowledge  

 

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