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Semiconductor Technician Certification

Semiconductor Technician Certification

SEMI launches a Certification in 22 courses with an overview and the necessary steps to build a semiconductor

 

SEMI University, SEMI’s online learning platform, offers an engaging Semiconductor Technician Certification. It includes 22 courses, which are sold as an all-inclusive certification and cannot be purchased separately. The certification description from SEMI University is as follows: “Semiconductors are the basic building block of today’s modern technology. This curriculum has been designed to equip students with the necessary skills to excel in a semiconductor manufacturing environment.”

At the end of the training, the student will be able to enroll in a certification exam. This exam will consist of 100 questions. The certification is valid for three years and is issued by SEMI in cooperation with Workforge.

Curriculum Objectives
• Summarizes a high-level overview of steps that are taken to build a semiconductor.
• Identifies the methods used to deposit thin films onto wafer, or substrate.
• Explains the ion implantation overview process.
• Reviews the general process of performing a vacuum leak check.
• Performs a vacuum leak check.

Curriculum Duration
30+ hours, Certification exam 1.5 hours

Target Audience
New hires, managers, supervisors, engineers, technicians, or any individual working in semiconductor manufacturing

Syllabus
The Syllabus of Semiconductor Technician Certification is:

1. Semiconductor Process Overview

Course Description
Semiconductors are chips that have a set of electronic circuits on a small, flat piece of silicon and serve as a foundation for electronic devices. The objective of this training is to provide the learner with an overview of the semiconductor manufacturing process.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define what a semiconductor is.
• Understand the functions of a semiconductor.
• Identify the high-level overview of the steps that are taken to build a semiconductor.

Course Duration
48 minutes

2. Semiconductor vacuum leak-checking processes

Course Description

The purpose of this training is to provide learners with a high overview of vacuum leak-checking processes that are performed on industrial vacuum or pressure systems and parts used in semiconductor manufacturing facilities to ensure that the equipment remains safe and efficient.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

Understand the importance of plasma leak checking.
Identify methods used to perform leak checks.
Understand the general process of performing a vacuum leak check.
Explain the process of a sniff leak check.
Recognize the safety procedures to follow when performing leak checks.

3. Semiconductor – Ion Implantation

Course Description
The main objective of ion implantation is to direct a beam of dopant atoms with the appropriate acceleration and energy to the silicon substrate. The purpose of this training is to provide learners with a high-level understanding of ion implantation and to recognize how ion implants are significant in the semiconductor manufacturing process.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Recognize how ion implantation is used in the semiconductor industry.
• Identify the methods used for ion implantation.
• Understand the ion implantation overview process.
• Understand the importance of safety in the ion implantation process.

4. Semiconductor- Thin Films

Course Description
This course will help you to gain a better understanding of thin films, which is a materials that is deposited layer by layer onto silicon wafers in the deposition step of building a semiconductor.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define thin films.
• Understand the significance of thin films in semiconductor fabrication.
• Identify the methods used to deposit thin films onto wafers, or substrates.
• Understand the overview of the thin film deposition process.

5. Semiconductor – Vacuum Leak Checking Gamification

Course Description
Vacuum leak testing helps to ensure that the vacuum systems are operating correctly and that the products are of the highest quality. The goal of this training is to engage the learner by using collaborating gamification techniques throughout the leak-checking processes.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Recognize the importance of the vacuum leak testing process.
• Review the different parts of the vacuum equipment where leaks may occur.
• Recall the vacuum leak checking methods you learned from Vacuum Leak Checking Overview

6. Introduction to Electricity – Production to Electricity

Course Description
Electricity is a part of modern everyday life. Understanding the methods of producing electricity can lead to a greater appreciation of its importance.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Understand the term energy.
• List methods to produce electricity.
• Understand the concept of conservation of energy.
• Understand the overview of the thin film deposition process.
• List several forms of energy.
• Understand the difference between kinetic and potential energy.

7. Introduction to Electricity – Transmission and Distribution of Electricity

Course Description
The methods to transmit and distribute electricity produced in power plants are important to understand the complete electrical network.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define voltage.
• List the types of substances.
• Define a substation.
• Understand the difference between step-up and step-down substations.

8. Introduction to Electricity – Uses of Electricity

Course Description
Electricity is used in almost every facet of our lives. Understanding the many different ways, it is used is important to realizing its importance as a source of energy.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• List industrial applications of electricity.
• List ways electricity is used in transportation.
• Understand how electricity is used in transportation.
• Understand the medical application of electricity.

9. Introduction to Electricity – Atomic Structure

Course Description
The foundation for understanding electricity begins with the atom. Identifying the parts of an atom and their characteristics will help you understand the origin and flow of electricity.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• List the parts of an atom.
• Define charge.
• Define coulomb.
• Understand the difference in the atomic structure of conductors and insulators.
• List some conductors and insulators.

10. Introduction to Electricity -Electrical Circuits

Course Description
Knowing the types and parts of electrical circuits is important in understanding the flow of electricity.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• List the parts of a circuit.
• List the differences between series, parallel and combination circuits.
• Understand the difference between open and closed circuits.
Introduction to Electricity- electrical current
Course Description
Understanding the term electrical current and how it is measured is important to anyone working with electricity.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define the term for measuring the flow of electricity.
• List the prefixes associated with units of measure.
• Understand the relationship between current and coulomb.
• Understand how an ammeter must be installed in a circuit.

11. Introduction to Electricity- voltage

Course Description
Understanding the term voltage and how it is measured is important to anyone working with electricity.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define the term voltage.
• Understand the relationship between current and voltage.
• Understand how a voltmeter must be installed in a circuit.

12. Introduction to Electricity- electrical power

Course Description
Understanding the term electrical power and how it is measured is important to anyone working with electricity.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define the term electrical power.
• Understand the relationship between electrical power, current, and voltage.
• Understand how a wattmeter must be connected in a circuit.

13. Introduction to Electricity- resistance

Course Description
The resistance in a circuit determines the amount of voltage required in the circuit and the amount of current the circuit will carry. Understanding the relationship of resistance
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define the term resistance.
• Understand the relationship between current, voltage, and resistance.
• Understand how an ohmmeter must be connected.
• Identify types of resistors.
• Recognize the color codes for resistors.

14. Introduction to Electricity-ohm´s

Course Description
Ohm’s law is the mathematical representation of the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance in an electrical circuit. Understanding how to apply Ohm’s law is important for anyone working with electrical circuits.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define Ohm’s law.
• Apply Ohm’s law to calculate unknown electrical values

15. Introduction to Electricity- Watt’s law

Watt’s law is the mathematical representation of the relationship between power, current, and voltage in an electrical circuit. Understanding how to apply Watt’s law is important for anyone working with electrical circuits.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define Watt’s law.
• Apply Watt’s law to calculate unknown electrical values.
• Combine Watt’s law and Ohm’s law to calculate unknown electrical values.

16. AC Electricity – Electromagnetic Devices

Course Description
The electromagnetic property of a coil of wire carrying current has many uses in electrical circuits. Understanding this property is important in understanding the way many electrical devices operate.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Define inductor.
• Identify the symbols for inductors, solenoids, and relays.
• Understand how an inductor can limit current.
• Understand how a solenoid operates.
• Understand how a relay operates.

17. Solid State Electricity – Solid State Devices

Course Description
Solid-state devices are used in most electronic devices. Understanding how these devices function is important to anyone working with electronic circuits.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Identify symbols for diodes, rectifiers, and transistors.
• Understand the importance of P-type and N-type materials in solid-state devices.
• Understand how a diode functions.
• Understand how a rectifier functions.
• List different types of power supplies.

18. Electrical Hand Tools – Hand Tools for Electrical Wiring

Course Description
Installing wire bundles in an airplane requires the use of many different hand tools. Knowledge of the tools and their usage is valuable for the assembly electrician.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Understand the tools used to install wire bundles.
• List some of the parts of these tools.
• Understand the proper use of the tools.

19. Electrical Measurement Conversion – Electrical Measurement and Unit Conversion

Course Description
Measuring resistance is done with sophisticated electronic equipment. Understanding measurement values and being able to convert them to other units of measure is a critical skill in the aviation industry.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Explain how resistance is measured.
• Demonstrate converting ohms to other units of measure.
• List all of the units of measure for ohms.
• Explain the fundamental rules for unit conversion.

20. Electrical Resistance Test Equipment – Resistance Test Equipment

Course Description
Ohmmeters and multimeters check resistance in a variety of airplane locations. Some of these areas may be hazardous. In this course, you will learn how to avoid potential danger when testing resistance.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Explain the potential hazards of resistance testing.
• List the correct ohmmeter to use in hazardous areas.
• List the correct ohmmeters and multimeters to use in non-hazardous areas.
• Define the equipment inspection steps you must perform before using an ohmmeter or multimeter.

21. Electrical Resistance Test Equipment – Resistance Test Equipment – The Fluke® Multimete

Course Description
The Fluke multimeter is an electronic device used to test electrical circuits and to troubleshoot electronic components.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• List the major components of the Fluke multimeter.
• Explain how to prepare the Fluke multimeter for resistance testing.
• Use the Fluke multimeter to test resistance.

Further information available: Semiconductor Technician Certification

 

About Wooptix

Wooptix is a leader in semiconductor metrology using wave front phase imaging, a technique derived from adaptive optics research in astronomy. With a multidisciplinary team, Wooptix aims to revolutionize the semiconductor metrology industry with the highest lateral resolution and fastest measurement technique for online factory measurements.

The company has developed Phemet®, a silicon wafer measurement tool, which is the precursor to the next fully automated manufacturing tool expected in 2024. Wooptix has already implemented Phemet® at various customer sites worldwide. Wooptix is headquartered in Tenerife, Madrid (Spain), and San Francisco (USA).

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