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ITC - Level 2 ThermographyITC_logo

The five day level 2 training course prepares you for qualification as a level 2 certified Thermographer.

You will learn about topics in Infrared Thermography to both deepen and broaden your knowledge about infrared physics, heat science, infrared measurement equipment and its application. As a Level 2 Thermographer you shall provide guidance to category 1 personnel in the areas of equipment selection, techniques, limitations, data analysis, corrective actions and reporting.

In order to attend a Level 2 Thermography Course, you shall

  • hold a valid Level 1 Thermography certificate.
  • prepare a case study to be presented at the Level 2 course and submittedtowards qualification at course closing. Details and guidelines on the case studywill be issued 2-3 weeks prior to the course start date.

Introduction to Thermography:

Review of Level 1 Thermography.


Conversion factors between Kelvin, Celsius, Fahrenheit.

Heat & Temperature:

Convection, conduction and radiation – Radiation Laws.


Blackbodies, emissivity. Planks, Boltzman, Newton, Wein’s laws Optical filters, optical materials, anti-reflective coatings.

Atmospheric transmission and attenuation. Detector technologies and calibration.

Measurement techniques.

IR Measurement Systems Overview:

Details of different thermal imaging camera parameters including, NETD, IFOV, MFOV

IR Windows and Window Materials:

Window measurement formulae, spectral transmittance of different materials.

Transient Thermographic NDT:

Transient Thermographic methods analysed.

ITC Certification Test:

ITC qualification test to be held on last day ofcourse.

Please bring with you a scientific calculator, your laptop with software loaded and your Thermal Imaging camera as they will be used extensively throughout the course. There will be some reading required during the evenings.

Recommended Reading

ASNT Level III Study Guide ISBN 1-57117-015-4

Common Sense Approach to Thermal Imaging ISBN 0-8194-3722-0

Infrared Thermography Principles & Practice ISBN 0903132338

Infrared Thermography Applications ISBN 090313232x

ISO 18434-1 Condition Monitoring and Diagnostics of Machines - Thermography

ISO 13372 Condition Monitoring and Diagnostics of Machines - Vocabulary


ITC Level 2 course dates for UK and Ireland

Please contact us for the latest course dates, availability and locations.

Full Payment is required for all training courses, prior to commencement of the course. 

Part Number:  ITC-CER-5201                                              Price  £ 1,785  +VAT

To find out the next available dates this course will be run and to book your place please contact us as soon as possible.


Must Read Guidebooks

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for industrial applications

Numerous industries worldwide have discovered the advantage of incorporating infrared cameras in their industrial processes and programs. This booklet is an in-depth guide for these industrial applications.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for building applications

Thermal imaging cameras are powerful and non invasive tools for monitoring and diagnosing the condition of buildings. Energy losses, missing insulations, air leaks, moisture and many other building related problems become immediately and clearly visible on a thermal image.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for automation applications

Automated IR (infrared) radiation imaging offers the potential for improving a host of industrial production applications, including process monitoring and control, quality assurance, asset management, and machine condition monitoring.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for gas detection applications

Infrared cameras can also play a major role in helping to decrease environmental damage. They are successfully used for detecting insufficient insulation in buildings, identified as one of the highest opportunity areas for decreasing the greenhouse effect, as well as detecting environmentally dangerous gas leaks.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for R&D Professionals

Although infrared radiation (IR) is not detectable by the human eye, an IR camera can convert it to a visual image that depicts thermal variations across an object or scene.

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