Semiconductor Processing Overview Course Introduction - Online Training

WBT001 - 1.00 Hours


  • EC  WBT001  145
    No cost


Our most popular course is also available on the Web. The complete Semiconductor Processing Overview course consists of nineteen modules which can be purchased individually or as a complete set. This is a free module that introduces you to the Semiconductor Processing Overview Course.

The Semiconductor Processing Overview Course offers an interactive learning experience that explains the front-end processes in the integrated circuit fabrication process from starting silicon to probe. Each module contains information about the purpose of the process step, the equipment and methods used, as well as the processing operations, quality issues, and terminology.


There are no prerequisites for this course.


Semiconductor devices +Material Preparation & Epitaxial Growth+Oxidation+Diffusion+Chemical Vapor Deposition+Photolithography+Chemical Mechanical Planarization+Etch+Ion Implant+Metallization+Basic Probe, Assembly & Test+Process Measurements+Quality Control+Microcontamination+Puttng It All Together

Suggested Audience

  • New Hires
  • Technicians
  • Operators
  • Non-technical staff supporting fab operations

Continuing Education & Professional Credits

    Other Information

    The course fee entitles you to a 90-day subscription during which you can take the course at your own pace. Modules are self paced. Most of the modules take between 30 minutes to three hours to complete. The online course can be taken in sections of your choosing and does not have to be completed during any one session.

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