Training and coaching provider for electronics manufacturing is expanding its team

Technology coaching sessions

Training and coaching provider for electronics manufacturing is expanding its team

electronics manufacturing
Responsible for technology coaching sessions of the Zestron Academy: Dr. Markus Meier. Source: Zestron Europe

The Zestron Academy, provider of sessions for training, coaching and training online lessons on demand concerning cleaning and reliability in electronics manufacturing, is looking forward to welcoming Dr. Markus Meier as a new contact for technology coaching sessions.

Dr. Markus Meier received his PhD in chemistry from the Technical University Munich and is an expert in the fields of interfacial chemistry and surface analysis. At the academy, he is responsible for the organizational and professional handling of technology coaching sessions. For this, Dr. Meier prepares individual coaching programs together with customers that is specifically tailored to the needs and requirements of the manufacturing process and based on the knowledge of the participants. In addition to the professional training of employees, the technology coaching within the company’s Academy can also help to solve specific problems. For example, issues such as damage analysis or risk assessment for ionic or particulate impurities are among other topics part of the coaching portfolio.


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