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BSRIA training course for Level I thermographers interested in more advanced infrared thermography of buildings. Run at IRed
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The Level 2 Thermography course is designed for practicing Level 1 thermographers who are interested in more advanced infrared thermography of buildings.
This training course focuses on strengthening and improving thermography skills for building applications. Level 2 Building Thermography Training students must have successfully completed a Level 1 Thermography Training Course and have a minimum of six months field thermography experience.
The course is run in collaboration with the iRed Training Centre. Attendees completing Level 2 Building Thermography course requirements and a thermography field assignment will receive an iRed Building Thermography Certification.
This course is also approved by the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT) and successful completion is required before candidates may sit the externally administered PCN level 2 IRT examination at the end of this 5-day course (please note the examination fee of £169.20 inc VAT and BINDT registration is not included in BSRIA course fees) and additional practical experience is necessary before the formal Level 2 award.
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Practising Level I thermographers
This course will show you how to identify conduction and convection losses such as missing or inadequate insulation, thermal bridging, air movement through the building fabric, moisture problems and how to distinguish these from heating, ventilation and air-conditioning effects. It will cover qualitative thermography and ways to quantify defects.
Additional topics include:
Level II thermographers will be qualified to:
Delegates are provided with a training manual.
To get the most from this course: