MFE Inspection Solutions is proud to offer ITC Training Certification Courses at our MFE Training Center as well as courses available online. Upon successful completion of the training, students will receive an accredited ITC certification valid for five years.
Level I Fundamentals of Thermography Certification
Our Fundamentals of Thermography Level I Certification Course is a beginning thermography course that focuses on how infrared is utilized for a variety of applications. You will learn the essentials of camera operation, heat transfer, and report writing.
Level II Thermography Certification
Our Practical Thermography, Level II Certification class is for Level I certified thermography professionals seeking to broaden their knowledge of infrared. This course focuses on strengthening and improving your imaging and temperature measurement skills.
Level III Master Thermography Certification
By completing the ITC Level III Master Thermography Certification, you’ll master safety, program development, implementation, budgeting, and reporting. This will amplify your professional skills, improve your thermographic inspection accuracy, and establish you as a competent Level III Thermographer.
Level I Electrical Thermography Certification
The Level I Electrical Thermography certification training course will provide fundamental training on camera operation, heat transfer, and thermal science, along with application discussions and examples focused on inspecting commercial electrical systems.
Level I – sUAS Thermography Course
This 4-day course is designed for the sUAS pilot who needs the background, skills, and knowledge to capture and interpret thermal images properly. Topics include infrared science, a solid basis in a wide variety of popular applications, sUAS safety, and how to select the proper camera and lens combination for your needs.
Level II – sUAS Thermography Course
Our Practical Thermography, Level II sUAS Certification course is designed for sUAS Level I certified thermography professionals who seek to expand their knowledge of infrared technology using an unmanned aerial vehicle to collect thermography data. This course focuses on strengthening and improving your qualitative and quantitative skills in thermal imaging.
OPTICAL GAS IMAGING
Optical Gas Imaging
Skilled users of the new FLIR GF-Series cameras and the legacy GasFindIR camera can inspect over 3,000 connections per day. Current sniffer technology is limited to about 500 connections per day.
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