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So you've just invested in an expensive thermal imager… now what? To get the most out of this sophisticated piece of equipment, consider enrolling in a training course with FLIR, the worldwide leader in thermal imaging. FLIR offers a number of thermal imaging training courses designed to teach you how to maximize the return on your imager.

FLIR thermal imager training courses are offered at locations around the country. Upon purchase of a spot in one of the courses, we will send you a voucher allowing you to register for the course at the time and place of your choosing.

Your registration fee includes course instruction, course materials and lunch.

LEVEL 1 Thermography Training

The Level I Infrared Thermography Training Course is geared to the new infrared camera user and focuses on how thermography is used for a variety of condition monitoring/predictive maintenance applications. Non previous thermography experience is required. Attendees completing all training course requirements and a thermography field assignment will receive a Level I Infrared Thermography Certification.

Course Benefits
  • Introduction to thermal imaging and measurement systems for predictive maintenance applications.
  • Collect quality data, accurate temperature readings, and account for measurement effects such as distance and emissivity using infrared cameras.
  • Interpret thermograms and make informed decisions using heat transfer concepts to analyze thermal images, and see the latest in infrared inspection report generation and database software.
  • Avoid costly mistakes - learn to distinguish between hot spots and reflections, direct vs. indirect readings and qualitative vs. quantitative thermography.
  • Challenge yourself with field applications labs that closely simulate real-world infrared applications.
Certification

Level I learning objectives, contact hours, and written exam are based on requirements outlined by ANSI/ASNT CP-105 and CP-189 of the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing.

Accreditation
  • IACET: 2.8 CEUs
  • Building Performance Institute, Inc.: 16.5 BPI CEUs
  • InterNACHI: 32 CEUs
  • NETA:M 32 Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs)
  • ITC: 32 Certification Renewal Credits

LEVEL II Thermography Training

The Level II infrared thermography training course is designed for the practicing Level I thermographer who is interested in more advanced infrared training. This infrared training course focuses on strengthening and improving thermography skills for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance applications. Attendees completing Level II infrared course requirements will receive an ITC Level II thermography certification. Prerequisite: a Level I thermography course completion certificate is required to enroll in this course.

Course Benefits
  • Reinforce Level I infrared training concepts with refresher material covering the latest infrared camera, technology and thermal imaging application developments.
  • Avoid costly mistakes - ITC experts review and explain the common misconceptions and misapplications of infrared thermography.
  • Learn the basics of predictive maintenance thermography and overall infrared inspection program development.
  • Refine your image analysis and interpretation proficiency with in-depth thermal imaging survey and measurement techniques for predictive maintenance applications.
  • Improve your thermal analysis skills with more challenging laboratory and infrared field applications labs.
Certification

Level II learning objectives, contact hours, and written exam are based on requirements outlined by ANSI/ASNT CP-105 and CP-189 of the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing.

Accreditation
  • Building Performance Institute, Inc.: 16.5 BPI CEUs
  • InterNACHI: 32 CEUs
  • NETA:M 32 Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs)
  • ITC: 32 Certification Renewal Credits

LEVEL III Thermography Training

ITC's Level III certification training teaches thermographers how to establish and manage a successful thermography program across a variety of applications and industries. Content includes instruction on how to establish inspection procedures, apply industry-specific standards, manage training and certification needs, budget for equipment purchases and implement safety protocols. Participants will also learn how to develop an equipment list, establish severity criteria, set repair priorities, and determine IR survey frequencies; all critical elements of a successful inspection program. Hands-on work is emphasized too with labs that re-enforce the principles discussed including exercises that address advanced thermal science, written procedures and industry standards. Prerequisite: a Level II thermography course completion certificate is required to enroll in this course.

Course Benefits
  • Identifying safety requirements for thermographers and accompanying personnel for IR surveys.
  • Recognizing key elements of a successful IR Thermography program.
  • Understanding the process used to create an IR procedure.
  • Learning how to create an IR thermography budget.
  • Developing a written practice for Level I, Level II and Level III thermographers.
  • Creating a custom IR report template and proper reporting procedures.
Certification

Level III learning objectives, contact hours, and written exam are based on requirements outlined by ANSI/ASNT CP-105 and CP-189 of the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing.

IR Roofing Inspection Training

The Infrared Roof Inspection training course is tailored to infrared camera users or practicing thermographers who desire focused training on roof moisture detection and roof inspection surveys for low slope and built up roofs. This two-day infrared training course discusses roofing types, typical problems, and how to perform IR inspections to detect roof moisture. The course includes details on the thermal imaging equipment needed, procedures, and safety issues. It also covers limitations based on roof construction, insulation type and weather conditions. How to prepare infrared roof inspection reports, survey follow-ups, and tips for marketing and selling your services are also covered. Please note that this course does not cover inspections on shingled roofs.

Course Benefits

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the need to perform roof scans.
  • Describe basic roof construction and composition.
  • Describe how to perform roof inspections safely.
  • Conduct a visual roof inspection (group exercise).
  • Describe several typical roof inspection and verification methods.
  • Describe the principles of the science of infrared.
  • Identify common roof moisture patterns including problems and non-problems.
  • Conduct an evening roof inspection.
  • List the three steps to creating a report.

IR Electrical Inspection Training

The Infrared Electrical Inspection training course is designed for infrared camera users or practicing thermographers wanting focused training on electrical inspection. The Infrared Electrical Inspection course discusses typical electrical problems and their potential impact on the operation of a facility. Learn how to perform infrared electrical inspections, document IR survey results and prepare reports. This two-day Infrared Electrical Inspection Course focuses on commercial electrical systems from the building input through switchgear, bus ducts, motor control centers, electrical distribution panels, breakers. How to perform infrared electrical inspections and prepare reports are discussed in light of infrared camera equipment needed, safety and efficiency. Marketing and selling your infrared inspection services is also covered.

Course Benefits
  • Introduction to thermal imaging systems for electrical inspection applications.
  • Acquire good electrical inspection safety procedures.
  • Study indoor and outdoor electrical equipment inspection methods.
  • Recognize the typical thermal patterns associated with electrical faults.
  • Collect quality data, and account for effects such as distance and emissivity using infrared cameras.
  • Interpret thermograms and make informed decisions using heat transfer concepts to analyze images.
  • Review severity criteria used for electrical inspections.
  • Learn how to report your findings with infrared analysis and IR reporting software.
  • Avoid costly mistakes-distinguish between hot spots and reflections, and direct vs. indirect readings.
  • Practice and enhance your skills in our electrical application lab.
Accreditation
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services: 16 CEUs
  • Building Performance Institute Continuing Education