About PCB Design Course

This course is designed for beginners who are willing to build their careers on PCB Design field. PCB Design is a CAD type course where we teach the basic designing rules and guidelines to design basic and professional printed circuit boards. We teach this course on user-friendly CAD software to simplify the technical aspects of the topics. So engineering students, hobbyists and normal graduates with basic knowledge of electronics can learn the design easily and apply their knowledge to Job Market.


  • 1Training

    32 Hours Instructor led classroom training

  • 2100% Practical

    Learning with hands-on practices

  • 3Assignments

    Gain Knowledge through interesting assignments and quizzes

  • 4In-Depth Learning

    In-depth knowledge by experienced instructor

  • 5Hardware Kit

    Free Soldering and sample PCB kit

  • 6Certificate

    Widely recognized Certificate upon completion


Am I eligible to attend the course?
Students, professionals, hobbyists from any background are eligible.
Are there any pre-requisites?
Yes. If must have a knowledge of Basic Electronic circuits. Along with this you should have knowledge on Computer Operations.
When can I apply?
You can apply anytime. We offer this course on a regular basis. For engineering students they can apply in their summer/winter vacations, this training is very effective as a summer training program. Weekend classes are available for professionals.
What are tools I will learn?
In this course, we teach PCB Design using CADSoft Eagle Freeware. So after this course you will be able to design PCBs using Eagle.
Is there any project included in this course?
Yes. There are at least 2 projects we offer with this course.

Course Overview
  • Identifying the components used in a design
  • Setting up PCB component libraries
  • A brief tutorial on Schematic Layout
  • Getting Started with Eagle Freeware
  • Preparing the PCB manufacturing files
  • PCB Fabrication Process
  • Industrial PCB Fabrication Process
  • Photolithography

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