Introduction to the 1010 Standard—Visual Inspection of Parts Training
Note: This training module is a supplementary event provided in conjunction with the IMAPS/JPL Counterfeit Workshop and requires additional registration and payment to attend. The registration fee is $195/person prior to August 31 and $245 per person after September 1. Registration form and information available at www.idofea.org/register-lax or at the Registration table the day of the event.
Debra Eggeman Executive Director Independent Distributors of Electronics Association (IDEA) Telephone: (714) 670-0200 Email: email@example.com
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Description: The IDEA training is based on IDEA-STD-1010-A, Acceptability of Electronic Components Distributed in the Open Market and the IDEA-SG-2020 Study Guide for preparation for the IDEA-ICE-3000 Inspector’s Certification Exam. This four hour training provides both lecture and hands on experience particularly in the examination for detection for indicators of substandard and counterfeit characteristics utilizing non-magnification as well as magnification techniques. This training is recommended for components engineering, procurement, quality assurance, and inspection personnel and for both candidates and non-candidates for the IDEA-ICE-3000 exam. Attendees who
complete this four hour training will receive a “Certificate of Attendance to the IDEA-STD-1010 Training”. Note: Successful attendance to this training does not guarantee candidacy for the IDEA-ICE-3000 exam. Go to www.idofea.org for information on IDEA-ICE-3000 candidacy requirements.
Debra Eggeman is the Executive Director of the Independent Distributors of Electronics Association (IDEA) a non- profit trade association. Debra has been an active member in the electronics industry for over 30 years. She was employed for 20 years by Odetics, Inc., an OEM for flight data recorders for NASA and other space agencies as well as an OEM of flight critical assemblies for U.S. military aircraft. In 2002 Debra entered the Independent Distribution business by joining Rand Technology as Vice President of Quality and Operations then later joined the Independent Distributors of Electronics Association (IDEA) as its Executive Director.
As Executive Director Debra chaired and managed the development of the industry’s first consensus based component inspection standard IDEA-STD-1010 Acceptability of Electronic Components Distributed in the Open Market and the Industry’s Professional Inspector’s Exam, IDEA-ICE-3000. Debra is a featured guest speaker providing, presentations, lectures, and workshops at industry quality and anti-counterfeit events. Debra has been a participating member of the SAE G-19 Committee since its inception in October 2007. Debra earned her formal education in Quality Assurance and Reliability from Fullerton College, in Fullerton, California.