Level I Infrared Thermographer

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16-hour Classroom & Hands-on Training
Our classroom segments combine theory and application discussions with hands-on camera experiments. From thermodynamics to proper level and span settings, we take a step-by-step approach to teaching the “how and why” behind each action. Through hands-on exercises you’ll learn the importance of proper camera settings and how to
collect, capture, and diagnose thermal findings.
16-hour Online Learning Program
Using an ASNT compliant program which has successfully trained thousands of thermographers worldwide, our online segment features narrated presentations, self-directed activities, and practice quizzes designed to supplement our classroom training. The online program and accompanying printed book include the learning materials required for you to remotely complete the theory portion of Level I training.If you are a NYS resident take advantage of the NYSERDA up front rebate only $390.00 for this class w/certification

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Comment by Green Jobs Training Center on June 6, 2013 at 9:06am

Date and class time are incorrect it is 8:30am-4:30 pm on June 20-21,2013

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