Short course

ITC Infrared Thermography Category 2


2020 Fees

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2020 Dates

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The course is designed for the professional thermographer and delivered over 5 days using a combination of theoretical and practical sessions and working with images, sketches and diagrams to illustrate the theoretical aspects in a descriptive way. The ITC Level II Thermography course prepares the participant for qualification as a category II certified thermographer.

The University Of Melbourne School of Engineering has been involved in the delivery of quality infrared thermography training since 1997. In January 2011 the School became an ITC Licensed Training Centre, authorised to deliver thermography training courses under a licensed training agreement with ITC Sweden. ITC provides worldwide training in thermography. The Infrared Training Centre (ITC) at the University of Melbourne provides high-quality interactive thermography training from qualified international thermography instructors. The ITC offers IR training, certification, and recertification in all aspects of infrared thermography use. Level II ITC Infrared Thermography courses are available for both public and on-site company registration.

Entry requirements

Successful completion of ITC Infrared Thermography Category 1 training (or equivalent).

Who should apply

The Level 2 ITC course is the next step for Category 1 certified Thermographers who need to supervise other Category 1 certified staff.

Other information

Courses will be confirmed 20 working days prior to delivery. Participants are advised to wait for this confirmation before booking travel and accommodation.

Academic and teaching team

  • Dr. Alan Smith
    Qualified ITC Level 3 Instructor

    Alan has been a Senior Lecturer since 1996, following various part-time and full-time teaching and research positions at The University of Melbourne and RMIT. He has a PhD for his studies in the thermal modelling of metal cutting and continues to be actively interested in machining theory. His major teaching responsibilities have been in industrial engineering/ manufacturing, and he was a founding committee member of ManSA (Manufacturing Society of Australia). Alan also is a founder and presenter of Australia's first industry-accredited courses in Infrared Thermography for Condition Monitoring. Dr Smith consults widely in the area of applied thermography for solving a range of challenging industry and scientific problems.

This course is presented in partnership with the School of Engineering and Department of Mechanical Engineering.