intelliFLEX Training Programs
Learn, engage, create
From the fundamentals of printable, flexible and hybrid electronics (FHE) materials and componentry, to new product development and commercialization, and insight into the supply chains of end-use markets, we have the training you need. Options range from one-day introductory courses to three days of intensive hands-on technical training.
All training includes your meals and refreshments. Training is open to anyone, with special discounts available to intelliFLEX members, students and academics.
Keep this page bookmarked for updates on upcoming training events across Canada. If you have any questions, or would like to discuss our customized training options, please contact us using the form below.
Flexible and Hybrid Electronics, FHE for short, is the toolbox for building, not just the Internet of Things, but the Internet of Everything,
intelliFLEX delivers this course in partnership with PAC. We dive into the rapidly growing market for active and intelligent packaging (“smart packaging”) that is enabled by Flexible and Hybrid Electronics (FHE). While this course is non-technical, it will touch on the key technologies involved for smart packaging.
intelliFLEX offers this course in partnership with the Printability and Graphic Communications Institute (ICI) and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC).
intelliFLEX delivers this course in partnership with CTT Group, a technology transfer center specializing in the research, development and testing of technical textiles, advanced textile-based materials and geosynthetics.
“This is a great course where one can get a broad perspective on FHE and explore the available opportunities and know-how of the industry.”
— Rakesh Sahu, Post-Doctoral Fellow, McMaster University
“Perfect opportunity to soft-land into the printable/flexible electronics industry through the content and chapter modules of this course.”
— Edward Jerjian, Founder and Project Engineer, Acquire Industries
“A great crash course that provides a general understanding of this exciting industry and its trends.”
— Ahmer Beg, Founder and CEO, Authentic or Not