Blackfox Training Institute Officially Expanding Into Minnesota With a New Training Center


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Blackfox Training Institute reports that it officially expands its electronics manufacturing training and certification services to a third location in the United States with a new facility in the Minneapolis/St. Paul region of Minnesota.  Headquartered in Longmont, Colorado, Blackfox now has three locations in the USA including the new Minnesota location and our existing Longmont, CO and Phoenix, AZ facilities.  Blackfox also has two locations in Mexico along with locations in Malaysia and Singapore for a total of seven worldwide Training Centers.  All Blackfox locations offer the same IPC Certifications and Blackfox Skill-based Certifications that the electronics industry demands. 

This expansion was essential in order to create a channel for delivering the IPC quality standards and skill-based training and certification to areas of high demand and to better serve the industry in Minnesota and surrounding regions.  Each of the Blackfox Training Centers have resident Master IPC Trainers as well as Master IPC Trainers that travel the world delivering any of the training programs on-site at their customers’ facilities.

You are invited to experience the Blackfox difference, regardless of location.  From each Blackfox Master IPC Trainer’s dynamic presentation to their outstanding customer service, you'll know that training is their passion.  Blackfox courses have value-added wisdom drawn from years of experience working and training in the Electronics Industry. 

IPC certifications demonstrate a manufacturer’s commitment to customer requirements and greatly facilitates other quality assurance initiatives.  Blackfox looks forward to supporting the industry’s training requirements and quest for excellence.

For more information, visit them on the web at www.blackfox.com or contact Sharon Montana-Beard at sharonm@blackfox.com.

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