It is hard to believe how far thermal imaging has advanced over the past 25 years. High resolution thermal imagers, sophisticated analysis software, and wireless transmission of imagery are now quite common. Despite numerous technological advances, proper interpretation of thermal imagery still relies upon a trained thermographer.
With the first quarter drawing to a close, now is the time to make plans for this year’s training. Infraspection offers both open enrolment and onsite classes as well as our convenient Distance Learning Courses for Thermography. Give us a call and we’ll help you choose an option that meets your needs and budget.
If you have four or more employees that need training and certification, an on-site training course may be right for you. On-site training courses eliminate employee travel expenses and can be scheduled at your convenience.
Since we do not manufacture or sell infrared equipment, our courses are presented without marketing hype and are relevant to all brands of thermal imagers. All courses are taught using a combination of dynamic multi-media presentations, hands-on demonstrations and one-on-one interaction with students designed to maximize each student’s learning experience!
Call us for a quotation and let us show you how affordable on-site training can be.
At present, Infraspection Institute publishes the most comprehensive list of standards for infrared thermography. Coauthored by numerous expert thermographers, these standards outline industry best practices and are updated regularly to reflect current trends and technology.
Nine comprehensive standards covering equipment operation, temperature measurement, and specific thermographic applications are available from Infraspection Institute. Each standard provides simple and straightforward procedures along with the requirements for properly documenting test results. These documents are a ‘must-have’ for anyone who specifies, performs, or oversees infrared inspections.
Infraspection Institute is pleased to announce that its annual Advanced Training Conference, Technical Symposium and Technology Expo, IR/INFO 2013, will be held January 13 – 16, 2013 in Orlando, Florida. Now in its 24th year, IR/INFO features four days of networking, learning, and fun in a relaxed, yet professional, family atmosphere.
Infraspection Institute is presently seeking papers and presenters for IR/INFO 2013. Invited topics include, but are not limited to: safety, emerging applications, building sciences, related NDT, case histories, as well as tips and tricks. Presentations are typically 25 minutes with 5 minutes for Q & A time with the audience. All papers and presentations will be published in the IR/INFO Proceedings. The deadline for abstract submissions is July 31.