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Thirty engineering students from The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) recently participated in an extensive tour of printed circuit board fabricator Canadian Circuits.
The students, all part of Dr. Amir Yousefi's second year Sensor and Signal Conditioning class—a part of the University’s Bachelor of Engineering program—spent most of the afternoon gaining first-hand experience on PCB design, fabrication and assembly.
"This was a very valuable experience for these students," commented Dr. Yousefi. "They are being trained to electrical engineers and future users of printed circuit boards it is very important that they learn where and how the PCBs are built. This was an extremely valuable experience for all of us."
Praveen Arya, Canadian Circuit co-founder and President, further added, "We feel that it is extremely important for us to work closely with Dr. Yousefi and the other engineer professors at BCIT in helping them to teach their students, and yes our future customers, about our industry. I would welcome anyone who wants to learn more about PCBs prototyping and manufacturing to contact us for a tour."
About the BCIT Program
The Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (B.Eng. Electrical) is a four-year program that prepares students for a professional career as an Electrical Engineer.
About Canadian Circuits
CCI Canadian Circuits Inc. is a leading innovator in the Printed Circuit Board Industry. Founded in 1993, CCI Canadian Circuits Inc. has led the way in technological advances. We excel in quick turn prototypes1 to 16 layers as fast as 24 hour rush delivery. Our driven focus allows us to provide the best value and exceptional quality without compromise. Continuous upgrading and constant improvement allows CCI Canadian Circuits Inc. to be highly competitive in today’s global marketplace. At CCI Canadian Circuits Inc., we believe that we can only be successful if our customers are successful and it is to that end, that we are 100% dedicated to your success.
For more information, go to www.canadiancircuits.com.