ITC Infrared Thermography Level 2

This course is available for both public and on-site company registration.

Course description

The Level 2 ITC Thermography course is designed for the professional thermographer and delivered over five consecutive 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 course prepares the participant for qualification as a category II certified thermographer with the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT).

Participants learn about topics in infrared physics, heat science, infrared measurement equipment and its application.

An ITC Level 2 thermographer is able to provide guidance to category 1 personnel in the areas of equipment selection, techniques, limitations, data analysis, corrective actions and reporting.

To successfully complete the Level 2 requirements of ITC certification, students must participate in the required amount of face to face training, produce a small report on a thermal image/problem, and pass the ITC examination with at least 75% pass mark. A successful outcome provides students access to sit examinations for industry accreditation.

Who should attend

The course is designed for the professional thermographer, with a valid ITC Level 1 Thermography certificate wanting to expand their knowledge and provide guidance to personnel in the areas of equipment selection, techniques, limitations, data analysis, corrective actions and reporting.

Entry requirements

Successful completion of Level 1 ITC Infrared Thermography training or equivalent.

Infrared camera use

Participants are encouraged to attend with their own camera to gain maximum benefit from the practical sessions.

Arrangements can be made for the use of a camera for participants who wish to attend but do not have access to their own camera.

Delivery mode

The course is delivered face-to-face over five consecutive days.

2018 fees

$3235 AUD per person. Fees are GST exempt.

Fees include:

  • Instruction by ITC qualified and certified infrared thermography instructors
  • Course materials and folders
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea each day of the program
  • Externally set and assessed examination
  • Certificate of achievement.

2018 course schedule

Date Venue Instructor
3–7 December Graduate House
220 Leicester Street
Carlton, Victoria 3053
Alan Smith


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More information

Claudine Evans
Program Coordinator
Telephone: +61 (0)3 9035 6419

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Partner faculty

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Melbourne School of Engineering

The Melbourne School of Engineering at the University of Melbourne has been involved in the delivery of quality infrared thermography training for over a decade.

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.