We're very excited to announce a trio of two-day, 16-hour courses that have been added to the 2013 Infrared schedule for the United Sates. The courses are recommended for those who have taken Level I Thermographic Applications and are available for building applications, electrical applications, and mechanical applications. The description for the building applications course is as follows: 

Building Applications - This course focuses on the application of infrared thermography for advanced building diagnostics. Participants will learn how infrared is used to analyze energy, moisture, and mechanical related problems in various types of structures, residential and commercial.

The new classes allow infrared thermographers interested in building, electrical, or mechanical applications to gain a better understanding of the material in a convenient and manageable two-day course format.

The Snell Group President, Jim Fritz, said that he’s excited to see the new offerings, with a lower price-point, added to the 2013 schedule.

“These courses, with a lower cost, allow individuals interested in a particular application to get a really good foundation of knowledge within a two-day window,” Fritz said. “We’re happy to be able to offer these courses as an option for students looking for more education after taking a Level I course.”

If you have any questions or to register please call 1.800.636.9820 (toll-free in the US or Canada) or +1.802.479.7100.


We hope to see you in a future course!  

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