Semiconductor manufacturers can now improve company performance, productivity, safety and quality one employee at a time by enrolling their employees into one- or three-day, open-enrollment classes offered by the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).
For the past decade, TEEX, a member of The Texas A&M University System, has been developing and teaching seminars relating to common semiconductor processes and terminology, process and equipment parameters and the quality issues that affect yields to those employees working in the lab.
Until now, these classes were only offered through contracts with companies; however, to meet industry needs TEEX is offering a series of courses on an open-enrollment basis. Classes will be offered in Austin, Dallas, Phoenix, San Francisco and San Jose.
“We’ve had many requests to make our classes available to anyone in the semiconductor industry via open-enrollment seminars. Companies can now send a few of their employees to one- or two-day seminars, minimizing lost production time,” explained Pat Wallace.