Infraspection Announces Alternatives for Terminated Fluke Training
Burlington, NJ November 20, 2007— Infraspection Institute is pleased to announce the availability of several thermography training courses for users of Fluke and Infrared Solutions thermal imaging systems. Available through Infraspection’s Distance Learning program, these courses provide several training options in the wake of Fluke’s recent announcement to discontinue its infrared training.
According to Senior Product Manager Michael Stuart, Fluke Corporation will no longer provide training courses that have been offered to purchasers of its Ti 30 thermal imagers. Lack of customer interest was cited as the primary reason for this decision.
According to Jim Seffrin, Director of Infraspection Institute, “One of the greatest obstacles to training programs is lack of time and the high costs associated with travel. With our Distance Learning Thermography Courses, students can take their infrared training wherever and whenever it’s convenient. All courses are taught by Infraspection Institute Level 3 Certified Infrared Thermographers®, each having over 20 years of professional experience.”
Perry Cabrera, Sales Manager of Infraspection notes, “With our Distance Learning program, students have several training choices. We offer both Level I and Level II training courses as well as several industry-specific courses. Camera-specific courses may be purchased individually or as part of an applications course. All courses cover infrared theory, heat transfer concepts, inspection procedures, safety, and preparing standards-compliant reports.”
Students who successfully complete 32 hours of Distance Learning are eligible to take the Infraspection Institute Certified Infrared Thermographer® Exam. This exam is offered at no charge at the end of all Infraspection open enrollment classes and at the annual IR/INFO Conference. For a fee, the exam may also be taken by appointment at authorized testing centers or via a secure video link.
For more information or to register, visit www.infraspection.com or call 609-239-4788.