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Thermography Courses

Thermography Training

Thermal imaging training courses are absolutely essential for those who are new to the thermal imaging industry and would be a great benefit to anyone who has a little experience with using a thermal imaging camera.

Delivered by industry professionals and thermography experts, there is always something new and exciting to learn in a field that has a lot of in-depth aspects which need to be thoroughly explained by an industry expert.

As the industry and the technology grows and develops, good quality thermpgraphy training will become even more important in order to understand the uses, applications and capabilities of thermal imaging.

This is why, although we sell thermal imaging cameras, we also offer thermography training to go alongside our range of expert thermal cameras. After involving our highly respected and dedicated training division, a number of thermal imaging training courses are now on offer.

Advanced Thermography ICT level 1 course

This thermal imaging course allows candidates to gain a recognised qualification and to discover more in-depth details of thermography theory, practical aspects, environmental information, surveys and different thermal imaging cameras available.

This course is five days long and qualifies learners as a Category 1 Certified Thermographer.

Introduction to Thermography Training Course

The introduction to thermography training course provides learners with an essential overview of using and getting the best from a thermal imaging camera. The course provides both theoretical and practical learning to ensure that candidates gain a good understanding of thermography.

Thermography Training course

Thermography training looks specifically at thermal imaging for use in the electrical industry.The one-day thermography training course teaches candidates how to use a thermal imaging camera in work environments for preventative maintenance purposes, as well as how to detect and address a range of faults. It is ideal for anyone who works with electricity and wants to use thermal imaging as a part of that role.