The Level 1 course has now been condensed into four days to accommodate time-pressured students.
Both Level 1 and 2 ITC courses are also approved by British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT); they are also Personnel Certification in Non-Destructive Testing (PCN) ready.
In addition, a premium Level 1 training package has been introduced.
Premium students will receive a FLIR TG165 imaging spot meter, as well as a free subscription to ITC on training and ITC InfraMation conference proceedings to provide ongoing technical and applications support.
For Level 1 certificate holders, three separate 2/3 day training modules are now available: Advanced Electrical, Advanced Mechanical and Advanced Buildings.
ITC has also introduced free webinars covering a variety of subjects, with over 600 people participating in the most recent live introduction to thermography session.
One day introductory sessions are a continuing feature of the training programme, now including specific courses on general thermography, electrical fault finding, building science and photo voltaic inspection.
The courses are being held at various venues throughout the UK and Ireland; they can also be arranged on-site.
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