The Importance of Training for your Organization


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Source: I-Connect007 Research

In our recent survey on assembly training and education, another question we asked is about the importance of training to your organization.

Around 85% of our respondents consider training really important to their workforce. In fact, the majority of respondents—47%—say it is very important. Such training could be on-the-job training, formal in-house training, training through third parties, and training by their suppliers.

Most training are done in-house, and on the job. In terms of outside or third-party training, they include through conferences and symposiums, as well as IPC certification courses.

To know more about the results of our survey, look out for the upcoming issue of SMT Magazine.

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