Thermal Imagers & Training

Thermography is a non-invasive thermal imaging technique. It uses the infrared spectrum to measure heat and provide visual images of heat sources in the structure. It is an excellent tool for identifying thermal issues in residential and commercial buildings, as well as industrial structures. These changes allow the user of the infrared camera to discover problems prior to costly downtime. Thermography training will provide you with everything you need to know about this useful process. Browse through our range of FLUKE and FLIR thermal imaging cameras & accessories, or let our experienced training staff train you for the exact make and model you use.

Thermal Imaging Training

Our Thermal Imaging Training Courses aim to enhance participants' skills in utilising thermal imaging for various applications, catering to different levels of expertise.

  • 1 Day Introduction to Thermography - 1-day introductory course to thermography, designed to provide participants with a basic understanding of infrared imaging technology and its applications
  • Level 1 Thermal Imaging Training (4 Days) - 4-day Level 1 thermal imaging certified training course, which aims to equip attendees with foundational knowledge in thermography, covering topics like heat transfer, equipment operation, and data interpretation
  • Level 2 Thermal Imaging Training (4 Days) - 4-day Level 2 infrared thermography certified training course, focusing on more advanced topics, including quantitative thermography, advanced inspection techniques, and report generation
Our training courses are conducted by highly skilled training instructors and feedback from participants thus far has been very positive. To see upcoming dates for our scheduled Thermal Imaging Training Courses or to book your place, visit our dedicated website,

Thermography Training Benefits

Thermography training will teach you how to identify problems that may be occurring in your building. This will help you prevent structural issues and unexpected repairs. Once you have completed thermography training, you will be able to detect thermal anomalies that are occurring. The aim of our Thermal Imaging Training Courses is to teach you how to operate infrared cameras in a successful manner and gain an understanding of, the basic principles behind infrared photography. It will provide you with an overview of the many potential uses of infrared photography.

Detecting Problems Before They Occur

Thermal imaging cameras are used to identify temperature differences in your building. This can help you identify potential problems before they occur. With a thermal imaging camera, you can detect air leaks that are not visible to the naked eye. This includes thermal breaks and holes in the ductwork. You can also detect water leaks and other moisture issues. Thermal imaging cameras are also ideal for detecting electrical issues like the presence of too much voltage.

Determining the Cause of a Problem

A thermal imaging camera can provide you with a temperature reading of any specific area of your building. This will allow you to determine the cause of a problem in your building. You can also use the thermal imaging camera to track changes in temperature over time. In this way, you can monitor the effectiveness of repairs.

Thermography for Industrial Uses

Thermography can be used for a variety of different industrial purposes. This includes finding leaks, tracking temperatures in different areas of the machine, and locating hotspots in electrical energy. Thermal imaging cameras can be used to identify potential problems before they occur. In this way, you can prevent lengthy downtimes and expensive repairs. Thermal imaging cameras can also allow you to monitor the effectiveness of repairs over time. This can help you save money.