For whom is the course?Soldering is an excellent joining method, but it is different from welding. We use a binder called solder. The tool for soldering is a soldering iron or a torch. Soldering can be done in prepared ovens. The correct temperature must be taken into account. Otherwise, faulty connections will be formed, i.e. cold contacts.


Soldering is divided into:

  • High temperature brazing
  • Brazing
  • Soft soldering


Soldering of cables and wires

For whom is the course?Soldering of electrical cables and wires is the permanent joining of metal parts by means of solder. The solder must be brought to a liquid state. The temperature of the binder should be lower than the soldered parts. Soldering is a very popular method of joining metals, used by both amateurs and professionals. For soldering we use a soldering iron.


Different types of soldering irons are used:

  • Resistance soldering iron
  • Pistol soldering iron - electric
  • Transformer soldering iron

Accuracy is very important in soldering. The cables must be connected correctly. What should be done? Cut the edges of the wires, remove the covering from the edges, heat up the soldering iron, dip the wires in rosin, put the soldering iron tip on the wire for 4 seconds, spread the tin evenly, join the ends of the wires. It is very important to protect the soldered cables. You will therefore need a heat shrink cover.


Join us for courses and training in wire soldering. The offer is aimed at laptop repairers, electronics technicians and various industrial companies. You can start learning from the basics or at a different level. We can therefore say that there is a suitable offer for everyone. Both small and large companies as well as individual customers can apply. Teachers from electronic and technical schools are especially welcome.


For whom is the course?

  • For those wishing to improve their professional qualifications
  • For beginners and advanced
  • For electronics engineers and electricians
  • For the unemployed looking for a job as a fitter
  • For electronic school teachers


The basis is practice. Theory accounts for only 20 percent of the course. However, each participant receives training materials. We guarantee the high quality of our services.


For example, the following points are included in the curriculum:

  • Workstation design
  • Health and safety at work
  • Soldering with a soldering tip
  • Types of microscopes
  • Types of fluxes
  • Solder binder types
  • ESD protection
  • Production standards (IPC standards)
  • Quality control of joints


ERGON Centre
Branch in Warsaw, ul. Warszawska 58C lok. 47, 02-496 Warsaw
Course enrolment number 504-477-077
Please also visit the UDT training page.