Electromechanical Thermography Category 2
Thermal Imaging Qualification
Advanced thermal imaging course for in-depth electrical and mechanical inspections
The Electromechanical Thermography Category 2 course develops the skills and knowledge of existing thermographers, allowing delegates to specialise in electrical and mechanical thermal imaging. The course is tailored towards commercial requirements, and teaches the most current industry techniques and practices.
Upon successful completion of the Electromechanical Thermography Category 2 course, delegates will be able to produce highly technical thermal imaging reports and establish reliable condition monitoring programmes.
• Advanced Principles of Thermography
• The Microbolometer Infrared Detector
• IR Camera Operating Characteristics
• Reflected Apparent Temperature
• Target Resolution & Temperature Measurement
• Advanced Analysis of Thermal Images
• Establish Condition Monitoring Programmes
• IR Windows, Harmonics, Eddy Currents
• High Resistance Faults
• Professional Practice
The Electromechanical Thermography Category 2 qualification, certified by the iRed Academy.
1 x iRed Examination
5 x Reports Submitted for Assessment
£1700.00 ex. VAT
ISO 18436 Certification
The Electromechanical Thermography Category 2 qualification, accredited to ISO 18436 certification.
2 x PCN Examinations
1 x Logbook of Experience (1 Year)
+ £300.00 ex. VAT
£1700.00 ex. VAT
(+£300.00 ex. VAT)
This course requires a Category 1 qualification or equivalent
As a registered ELCAS provider, servicemen can receive financial contribution from the MoD to attend this course.
How to book
To book on a course, choose from the available dates and complete the booking form. During the booking form, you will be able to choose accreditation options, payment options (ELCAS, invoice or credit/debit card) and inform us of any dietary requirements.
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