New 2020 dates have been announced for FLIR Systems’ Infrared Training Centre thermography courses.
As thermal imaging cameras are becoming more intelligent and intuitive, it allows professionals across many industries to use thermal in a more efficient and safe manner.
However, operator skill is still required to understand the science of thermography, how to operate related equipment and the scope of the applications to accurately interpret findings.
The FLIR Infrared Training Center Category 1 course is the ideal place to start – this four-day course prepares the operator for qualification as a Category 1 certified thermographer.
Students learn about the basics of infrared, how to operate the camera under different conditions and for various purposes.
Most importantly, they are guided on how to make judgements in the field and identify potential error sources.
ITC Category 1 courses will be held at the following locations in the UK from April through to December this year. Visit www.irtraining.eu to register.
Those who wish to take the corresponding British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT) certification exam, to prove their Category 1 status, can do so on completion of the course; FLIR ITC is an authorised BINDT training organisation.
FLIR ITC is also running a one-day introductory course at Watford on Wednesday 22 April. This course provides an ideal grounding for those considering investment in thermal imaging.
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