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ITC level 1 course dates for UK and Ireland up to and including July 2012.

Part Number : ITC-CER-5109

23rd to 27th Jan ITC Level 1 Thermography Cardiff city Centre

6th to 10th Feb ITC Level 1 Thermography Lymm, Manchester

20th to 24th Feb ITC Level 1 Thermography FLIR office Kent

5th to 9th March ITC Level 1 Thermography Maynooth Ireland

19th to 23rd March ITC Level 1 Thermography Aberdeen

16th to 20th April ITC Level 1 Thermography Nottingham

14th to 18th May ITC Level 1 Thermography Cardiff city Centre

21st to 25th May ITC Level 1 Thermography Belfast

11th to 15th June ITC Level 1 Thermography Lymm, Manchester

9th to 13 July ITC Level 1 Thermography FLIR office Kent

ITC Level 2 course dates for UK and Ireland for 2012

Part Number: ITC-CER-5209

2nd to 6th July ITC Level 2 Thermography FLIR Office Kent

3rd to 7th December ITC Level 2 Thermography FLIR Office Kent

A prerequisite for ITC Level 2 is that the student must hold a level 1 certificate.

ITC Advanced Building Course (3 Days) for UK and Ireland 2012

Part Number: ITC-ADV-3019

1st to 3rd February Advanced Building Course FLIR Office Kent

2nd to 4th October Advanced Building Course FLIR Office Kent

A prerequisite of the Advanced building course is the student must hold a level 1 certificate.

 

ITC short courses are instructed by either ITC staff or ITC Regional Training Partners (RTP’s). It is advisable that you attend the introduction to thermography course before you sign up for one of the application courses as a basic level ofunderstanding is required. If you decide to sign up for 2 consecutive days training at the same location a discounted price of £531 + VAT for the two days is available.

 

ITC Short Course Introduction to thermography

Part number ITC-EXP-1019

Tuesday 17th Jan Manchester

Wednesday 15th Feb Watford (Instrotech)

Tuesday 28th Feb Cardiff

Wednesday 14th March Weybridge (SIS)

Tuesday 24th April Stirling

Wednesday 16th May Watford (Instrotech)

Wednesday 13th June Weybridge (SIS)

 

ITC Short Course Building thermography

Part Number ITC-EXP-2019

Wednesday 18th January Manchester

Wednesday 29th February Cardiff

Wednesday 25th April Stirling

Thursday 7th June Manchester

Tuesday 17th July Cardiff

 

ITC Short Course Thermography for HVAC Applications

Part Number ITC-EXP-2061

Thursday 19th Jan Manchester

Friday 17th Feb Watford (Instrotech)

Thursday 1st March Cardiff

Thursday 15th March Weybridge (SIS)

Thursday 26th April Stirling

Friday 18th May Watford (Instrotech)

Thursday 14th June Weybridge (SIS)

 

ITC Short Course Thermography for Electrical Applications

Part Number ITC-EXP-2049

Thursday 16th February Watford (Instrotech)

Thursday 17th May Watford (Instrotech)

 

ITC Short Course Getting Started with thermography (4hours)

Part Number ITC-EXP-0511

Contact Us for dates and locations

 

ITC Software Course (Reporter 8.* or Build IR)

Part Number ITC-SOW-0009

Contact Us for dates and locations

 

Cancellation Fees

Period of notice given before training course arrival Cancellation Fee

More than 60 days - Nil

60 -31 days - 30%

30-15 days - 60%

14 days or less - 100%

 

In order to get the maximum benefit from ITC courses most students find it beneficial to work with their own camera. If possible bring your IR camera and laptop to the course.

To secure your place on any of these courses please contact us as soon as possible.

 

 



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