Thermography Training

Level 2 Infrared Certification Training

IPI Learning Level 2 Infrared Certification Training is a five-day course for the application of quantitative thermal imaging and temperature measurement for P/PM, Condition Monitoring, Quality Assurance and Forensic Investigations.. It is available as:


Course Overview

This course covers advanced infrared theory, equipment calibration, error sources, cross-verification with contact thermometers, advanced equipment operation, use of windows and filters, assigning temperature limits and repair priorities, and quantitative report generation.

Key Info

Course Name Level 2 Infraspection Infrared Certification Training
Course Codes CIT2
Entry Requirements Level 1 Infraspection Institute Infrared Certification Training
Study Mode Classroom Learning, Flexible Learning, Distance Learning, Onsite Learning, Refresher Course
Classroom Learning
5 Consecutive Days
Meets ISO & ASNT requirements
Certification by Infraspection & CITA
Flexible Learning
Online Learning 20 Hours
Classroom Learning 2 days/16 Hours
Meets ISO & ASNT requirements
Certification by Infraspection & CITA
Distance Learning
32 Hours Online Learning
Meets ASNT requirements
Certification by Infraspection
Locations Melbourne
Trainers Brenton Ward, Garry Ward
Assessment  Written Exam, Practical Assessment

 

 

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Who Should Apply

ALL Level 1 Thermographers.

It is no longer acceptable to be minimally trained, and those who are using thermography as a professional tool would greatly benefit from formal, infrared certification training

Typical candidates include, but are not limited to:

  • Electrical Contractors
  • Building & Pest Inspectors
  • Energy Auditors
  • Plant Maintenance Personnel
  • Reliability Engineers
  • ALL thermographers

What You Will Learn in Level 2 Infrared Certification Training

  • Thermometry Fundamentals
  • Advanced IR Theory
  • Temperature Measurement Error Sources and Correction
  • Traceable Temperature Limits: How Hot is Too Hot?
  • Preparing Quantitative Reports

Course Benefits of Level 2 Infrared Certification Training

    • Small class sizes
    • Wide range of equipment provided
    • Experienced instructors
    • Comprehensive course notes
    • World-wide recognised certification

Level 2 Infrared Certification Training Tuition

Course tuition includes all course presentations, Student Reference Manual, and Infraspection Institute Certified Infrared Thermographer® exam. Certification card and diploma issued with passing grade of 80%. CITA certification is also included for practical assessment to comply with ISO 18436. This course is fully catered with lunch, morning/afternoon tea provided.

Certification & Recognition

Certified Infrared Thermographer’s Association (CITA)

Certified Infrared Training

Certification Membership CITA provides a 2nd Party Certification Program to endorse your skills and training.  Our program ensures that you meet the requirements set forth by the following Standards:

  • SNT-TC-1A
  • ISO 18436

We provide practical examination and assessment of your skills and work product to ensure you meet the required standards.
CITA offers level 1, 2, 3 Categories of Certification.
CITA Registration Form.pdf

Infraspection Institute

Certified Infrared Thermography Training

This is an Infraspection Institute training course. Since 1980, Infraspection Institute has provided training, certification, and support services for thousands of thermographers worldwide.  This certification is globally recognised as the leading independent certification for thermographers, with course content that is the basis of Industry Standards around the world.

This program is compliant with international standards organizations ISO-18436 and ASNT SNT-TC-1A. This course is also approved by the InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors and meets the training requirements for their Infrared Certified professional designation and logo.

Course Content

Thermometry Fundamentals

Advanced IR Theory

Temperature Measurement Error Sources and Corrections

Traceable Temperature Limits: How Hot is Too Hot

Preparing Quantitative Reports

Training Examination