Infrared Thermography Courses

The University of Melbourne has been involved in the delivery of quality infrared training since 1997.  Course Coordinator and Senior Lecturer, Dr. Alan Smith, is a founder and presenter of Australia's first industry-accredited courses in Infrared Thermography for Condition Monitoring. The University of Melbourne is committed to continuing our industry training and developing courses for practical hands on solutions.

What our graduates say

I found the course structure and content very helpful in developing my knowledge and skills in the field of infrared thermography. The theory was sufficiently detailed and scientific, and supported by real world examples. The practicals provided the opportunity to get hands-on experience in a variety of applications.

— Ken Donaldson, Technical Compliance Manager, Flinders Power

Why do I need accreditation?

Some organisations may require documentation to prove competency and verify the level of work you can do. Accreditation provides the evidence to employers and clients that you have achieved an internationally agreed standard of proficiency in Thermography.

Thermographers who successfully complete accredited courses may have access to enhanced opportunities and employment.

Formal infrared training can enable you to get the most out of organisational and individual investment in infrared camera equipment.

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Custom courses

Our instructors will travel anywhere in Australia to deliver on-site Category 1 and Category 2 thermography training, as well as courses developed for specific end user requirements.

Organisations often find that on-site delivery of infrared training offers many practical and cost-effective advantages, especially in situations when several company team members require training.

The University of Melbourne is able to design, develop and deliver training courses in infrared thermography aligned to meet specific organisation learning and development requirements (ITC or other).

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