FLIR ITC, an accredited authorised training organisation for the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing, has released dates and venues for its Category 1 and 2 thermography courses.
Category 1 participants learn the basics of infrared, how to work the camera under varying conditions and for all manner of purposes. Guidance is also provided on how to make judgements in the field and identify potential error sources.
The four-day course costs £1410 + VAT, but a premium package is also on offer, which includes a year of ITC online training, proceedings from the ITC Inframation conference and a FLIR TG165 visual thermometer.
For Category 1 certified thermographers hoping to expand and deepen their knowledge of infrared physics, heat science, infrared measuring equipment and its application, the Category 2 thermography training course is a comprehensive package.
It qualifies students to offer guidance to Category 1 personnel in areas of equipment selection, techniques, technology limitations, data analysis, corrective actions and reporting. This five-day course comes in at £1715 + VAT.
Places are now available – book via emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Visit www.irtraining.eu for more information
Course dates are as follows:
4 – 7 June Category 1: Lymm, Cheshire
25 – 28 June Category 1: Cardiff
2 – 6 July Category 2: Kent
9 – 12 July Category 1: Kent
3 – 6 September 2018 Category 1: Maynooth, Ireland
3 – 6 September 2018 Category 1: Stockton-on-Tees
2 Kings Hill Avenue,
Phone: 01732 220011
Fax: 01732 220014
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