GSPK Welcomes Master IPC Trainer Michael Emsley


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GSPK are thrilled to welcome Master IPC Trainer Michael Emsley to our ever expanding team. Michael has worked in the electronics industry for over 15 years and brings with him a wealth of knowledge.

IPC training and certification plays a key role in bringing value to the electronics industry, a global trade association dedicated to the competitive excellence and financial success of its 4,200 members.

IPC represents all facts of the Industry, including design, printed circuit board manufacturing, electronics assembly and test.

Michael’s mission is to train and certify all production, engineers and office staff to IPC-A-600.

“I’m excited to have  Michael on board, he’s going to be a fantastic asset to the team. It’s brilliant to see GSPK investing in IPC training for all their employees. I wish Michael every Success in his new role,” said Leesa Collinge, sales manager.

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