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The Institute of Infrared Thermography is currently processing reports that have been submitted from level 1 and camera operator courses. It is important that students compile a report for assessment to complete the certification process. The Institute recommends that reports should be completed between 6 & 12 months after attending the training course.
IRT cannot grant level 1 SNT-TC-1A certification until a report has been submitted which passes assessment by the IRT evaluation board.
The new IRT wallet cards are now available for students who have completed all the requirements for level 1 certification. If you would like to receive a wallet card, send a digital passport style photograph when you present your report for evaluation.
Thermography Level 1
Student must attain 75% on a multiple choice closed book exam.
The Instructor observes as students perform instrument functions and workshops in class.
100 hours of practical thermographic inspections must be logged. This must be confirmed in writing by
a supervisor or manager.
Submission of a typical report from a single inspection, or from a variety of applications and inspections. The individual anomalies will be composed into a full professional report as it would be presented to superiors or clients.
(Please zip reports before emailing them to Austin@infraredinstitute.com)
IRT is a BINDT Accredited Training Organisation (ATO) which means that the Institute can offer this new ISO examination as part of our service to clients as an independent training provider. If you have attended an IRT Level 1 course you may be eligible to take the ISO examination. The Institute is holding refresher days on 20th July and the 12th October for all level 1 students that wish to gain this prestigious qualification.
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