FLIR announces Level III Thermography Course Dates
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Level III Thermography Course
The FLIR Infrared Training Centre (ITC) has just announced the dates for its next Level III certification training course.
The certification is essential for any professional thermographer and signifies wide experience and knowledge that meets a set of internationally recognised criteria.
The course aims to enable pre-qualified Level II thermographers to set up and run a successful condition monitoring programme.
To enable this, the course includes guidance on acquiring and developing the necessary personnel, resources and technologies.
The course will feature practical elements, as well as studies of heat transfer, IR window transmissivity measurement, emissivity cavity effect and grading the severity of thermal problems.
The Level III certification course will run from 1-5 October 2012 at FLIR Systems’ headquarters in West Malling.
The course costs £1785 VAT.
If you would like to attend, please call 01732 220011.
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