Introduction to thermal imaging and measurement systems for predictive maintenance applications. No experience in thermography is necessary!
Acquire good electrical inspection safety procedures.
Study indoor and outdoor electrical equipment inspection methods.
Recognize the typical thermal patterns associated with electrical faults. Visit our image gallery.
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 - 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.
*Please Note*- Online Course currently available for United States & Canada only, due to advance shipment of course materials & content. Separate sessions will be scheduled for US & CA. Please see schedule below for details.
Required Course Materials:
• IR Camera- Students will be required to complete various labs & exercises throughout the duration of the course.
• Laptop- Certification Examinations will be administered electronically. Tablets are also acceptable.
• IR Reporting Software- Please have software installed prior to class. Software can be used to assist with many of the camera lab exercises
• Accessories-Extra Batteries, charger cords, etc.
Please bring an IR camera to class if you have one. Cameras are not provided during the training course. If you do not have access to a camera you can rent one through FLIR by calling 866-477-3687 ext. 1. If you are attending the course with a colleague or friend, you may share a camera however we recommend no more than three students per IR camera.
A registration fee of $1995 USD includes course instruction, course materials and lunch each day. Please note that prices may vary for courses conducted outside the continental U.S.; please confirm your price with your local ITC course agent.
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.
Class Hours (If Attending In-Person Training):
Day 1: 8AM - 5PM
Day 2: 8AM - 5PM
Day 3: 8AM - 5PM
Day 4: 8AM - 2PM
2055 South Park Place,Atlanta,30339
Level I Electrical Thermography Certification
Aug 31 - 03,2021
15 spots available