ABOUT THE COURSE
Equine thermal imaging is an invaluable tool for detecting problem areas and monitoring injury in horses.
The Equine Thermal Imaging Technician Course course delivers the fundamental knowledge required for undertaking basic thermal imaging equine scans. This course is aimed at equine professionals and those interested in horses. It requires a basic understanding of equine anatomy and physiology, but no previous experience or knowledge of thermal imaging or thermal imaging equipment is necessary.
Using thermal imaging cameras on horses (or warm-blooded animals) allows for the discovery of abnormal thermal patterns, the identification of potential error sources and the assessment of training performance.
The Equine Thermal Imaging Technician Course course delivers AAT Veterinary Guidelines for Infrared Thermography (2016).
Assessment by Exams
Students attending this course will need to complete an equine thermography examination on their final day.
Assessment by Coursework
Students will need to submit 5 equine thermal imaging reports to the iRed Academy for assessment.
Those attending the course are not required to own a thermal imaging camera. All equipment for training will be provided for the duration of the course.
A laptop is required for processing thermal images during the course.
This course requires a basic knowledge of equine anatomy and physiology.
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