BI-LINGUAL SPANISH AND ENGLISH IPC MASTER TRAINER – 7711/7721, JSTD-001, 610, 620
Angel DeLuna served in the U.S. Army from January 1977 to April 1999. While in the military, his primary occupational specialty was as a Tactical Communications Chief. He has over fifteen years experience in Teaching and Management of employees including four years as a Military School Certified Senior Instructor responsible for six instructors. As a Senior Drill Instructor, he trained over 3500 civilians to become fully qualified soldiers in all aspects of communication equipment. He also trained and supervised communications technicians in the operation, maintenance and repair of all organizational communications equipment. Graduating from Central Texas College in December 1990, he also completed basic and advanced electronics courses from Great Plains Vocational School, Lawton, Oklahoma.
Angel graduated from the Basic and Advanced Electronics Communications Courses at Fort Gordon, Georgia, which included coursework in use and repair of Satellite Communications and IHFR (Improved High Frequency Radio Communications) Systems. The training also included the transitional phase from antiquated communications systems into fiber optics tactical systems.
In 1999 he received his IPC Master Instructor Certification and conducted training in electronics to include component recognition, system troubleshooting, schematics reading, solder training and numerous other courses. Specializing in course development in a variety of subjects for different company training programs and multimedia presentations for major organizational training events. After 22 years of service with the U.S. Army, he joined the staff of Keystone International in 1999. In 2002 he received OHSA 500 and 501 certification and became a safety consultant with Alexyon, Inc. and also conducted IPC J-STD-001, 610 D and IPC 7711/21 training classes for both Certified IPC Specialist and Certified Trainers.