The Seven Sins of Wire Harness Assembly

The Seven Sins of Wire Harness Assembly

Date of Publication: Dec 16, 2014

Sample Video

The Seven Sins of Wire Harness Assembly focuses on the most common problems that typically go wrong during the wire harness assembly process -- and provides information on how to rectify each transgression. The "Seven Sins" include improper wire preparation, incorrect harness layout, improper labeling, crimping defects, soldering defects, missing/incorrect hardware and improper tying.

As a media-based learning resource, this training program is useful for both new hires and for continuing education -- to visually demonstrate effects of processing errors on the end product.

DVD-60C includes optional English subtitles for hearing-impaired and ESL students, also Leader's Guide, Review Questions and Training Certification Certificates for students who pass the final exam. Useful for group training or individual learning. Licensed for unlimited usage at one facility. Time: 26 minutes.

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Items preceded by OVT are Online Video Training products. These digital movies are designed for playback on computers / networks – depending on the license type you purchase. OVT-(S) is Site License (single facility). OVT-(G) is a Global License (multi-site).

Training Certification is an ideal way to train and verify competency in key subject areas, like ESD Control, Lead Free Soldering, Component ID, Safety, and Acceptance Standards. These multi-media based resources include everything a trainer needs to instruct, test and certify that their operators have completed a course successfully. All students with a grade of 70% or better on the final examinations qualify for IPC Training Certification. Please see the sample certificate (.pdf) which allows for user-customization of student name, instructor, and date of completion. There is no expiration / renewal date for any Training Certification program, and they may be administered by anyone in your company.

As an operator-level credential, Training Certification demonstrates mastery of the specific theory and knowledge contained in the course, as evidence of competency for ISO training requirements through an industry-developed training program. Training Certification does not qualify instructors or students to teach or interpret IPC specifications, or assure proficiency in the physical skills required to create products to the requirements of IPC specifications.

Like all IPC Video / DVD, OVT and Computer-Based (CD) training programs, Training Certification is available for unlimited students per the particular licensing structure chosen. These media-based training solutions are created in cooperation with volunteer industry experts – to ensure technical accuracy – and are free from commercial bias.