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Infraspection Level 1 Certified Infrared Thermography – Flexible Learning

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This Level 1 certified infrared course is a must have for professional thermographers. It's no longer acceptable to minimally trained.

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Level 1 Certified Infrared Thermographer Flexible Learning Overview

Level I Certified Infrared Thermographer® is a 20 hour online course plus 2 and half days classroom learning infrared course for the application of qualitative thermal imaging for P/PM, Condition Assessment, Condition Monitoring, Quality Assurance, Forensic Investigations, and Building Sciences.

This infrared course covers infrared theory, heat transfer concepts, equipment operation and selection, standards compliance, image analysis and report generation.

Students are trained to identify and document thermal patterns caused by improper design, workmanship or material failure. Specific applications include: electrical distribution systems, mechanical systems, steam systems, refractory systems, underground piping, active thermography, building envelopes and flat roofs.

Students are encouraged to bring their own imager for individualized training or to learn how to use it more effectively.

Course tuition includes all course presentations, Student Reference Manual, and Infraspection Institute Certified Infrared Thermographer® exam. Certification card and diploma issued with passing grade of 80%. Course is approved by the InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors and meets the training requirements for their Infrared Certified professional designation and logo.

IPI Infrared Course: Our Thermography Training Centre in Melbourne

For more information about training dates and locations, you can check out our training schedule page


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