Naprotek Announces First IPC Certified Program Manager

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Naprotek, Inc. is pleased to announce that Sheila Mai has completed training and passed the certification exam for the IPC EMS Program Manager Certification Program. She now holds the designation Certified EMS Program Manager (CEPM).

“Our program management team started the online training portion of the IPC EMS Program Manager Certification Program last year. Sheila completed the onsite training and took her exam at IPC APEX Expo. Our goal is to have our entire program management team CEPM-certified by this time next year. As a contractor that specializes in mission critical product, we feel it is important to provide our program management team with the insight that comes from participating in an industry-standard certification program focused specifically on the challenges encountered in EMS program management,” said Liz Davidson, Naprotek’s V.P. Sales and Marketing.

IPC’s EMS Program Manager certification program is designed to provide EMS program managers with a strong foundation of business and technical skills and involves a mix of online and onsite training.

About Naprotek

Founded in 1995, Naprotek, Inc. is a woman-owned and managed Silicon Valley based electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider specializing in prototypes and low-to-medium volume manufacturing. Its business base includes companies in military/aerospace, satellites, semiconductor manufacturing, medical, industrial, networking, R&D and consumer products. Naprotek is AS9100 C, ISO 13485:2003 and ISO 9001:2008 certified, and ITAR registered.


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