Corporate education for manufacturing (Semiconductors) – creation of a training system and technical textbook
Hiroyuki Izumo, Keisuke Konishi, Rei Wada, Takashi Imagawa, Susumu Kise, Shenji Hatada, Takeshi Tanaka, Shigeo Hirano
Artner Co., Ltd. is currently dependant on a variety of outsourcing systems that have been implemented with a high degree of technical assistance for the completion of projects. In large scale integration (LSI) design and the development of electrical and electronic design, which is one of the outsourcing fields for Artner Co., Ltd., engineers for semiconductor technology are responsible for increasing the proportion of electronic circuit design. The technical staffing services industry has been constantly increasing the number of engineers working in semiconductor technology. In order to more efficiently impart to young recruits and engineers working in semiconductor technology the knowledge that is required to match customer needs, a training curriculum was developed and a technical textbook titled “A way of thinking of practical design techniques – Chapter on semiconductors” was compiled. Their introduction resulted in reduced training time for semiconductor field assignments, an improvement in the efficiency of training, and an increase in the level of training content.
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Izumo H., Konishi K., Wada R., Imagawa T., Kise S., Hatada S., Tanaka T., Hirano S. Corporate education for manufacturing (Semiconductors) – creation of a training system and technical textbook. Journal – Electrotechnica & Electronica (Е+Е), Vol. 49 (3-4), 2014, pp. 49-56, ISSN: 0861-4717 (Print), 2603-5421 (Online)