Thermal Imaging Camera Training
Level 1 Thermography Certification Course
5 day workshop
30th October - 3rd November 2017
$1950+gst per person
View and download Level 1 Registration form HERE
Want to learn how to use your thermal imaging camera to its full potential?
Make use of all camera features and functions available for your specific application and gain a qualification in an ever growing area of industrial maintenance. Twice a year, Eurotec Ltd (parent company to TestoNZ) provides a 5 day workshop through which level 1 or 2 Themography certification can be attained.
Thermography expert Jeff Erichsen from Advanced Infrared Resources Asia Pacific region is the course tutor, having learnt from the best, our previous tutor Wayne Ruddock, Jeff provides thorough and practical training courses with the same hands on experience for each student so they can effectively perform the infrared thermography tasks required once they return to their work place.
The Level 1 Thermography Certificate is a certification by The Australian & New Zealand Institute of Infrared Thermography.
Click on the links below for more information:
- October 2017 Level 1 Registration Form
- The Advantages of upskilling in-house
View our range of Thermal Imaging cameras HERE.
An introduction to Thermal Imaging
2 hour workshop
$360+gst per person
Tom Aldridge, Instrumentation & Measurement Business Unit Manager and qualified thermographer provides a comprehensive introduction to thermography. Course overview is as follows:
· Basic principles
· Operating Your Equipment
· How Your Camera Works
· 3 Main Controls: Focus, Level, Span
· Getting a Good Image Workshop
· Emissivity & background reflection, distance
· Instantaneous Field of View (IFOV)
· Instantaneous Measurement Field of View (IMFOV)
· IMFOV Workshop
· Hot spot or not?
· Working outside
· Basic reporting
NOTE: This course does not meet the recommended training curriculum of ASNT-TC-1A for Level 1 Thermal/Infrared Certification as well as ISO 18436-7 but provides the basic skills required to use a thermal imaging camera.
For more information on either of these courses, contact Tom Aldridge at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 09 579 1990.