The Infraspection Institute Certified Infrared Thermographer® Exam is a written exam offered to students who successfully complete an Infraspection Level I, II, or III training course. CIT exams may be taken at no charge at the end of any open enrollment course, at our annual IR/INFO Conference, or online by appointment with one of our instructors. Exams are not available by mail.
Infraspection certification is issued to students achieving an exam score of 80% or higher. There are no additional requirements following the completion of an exam and, once issued, Infraspection certification does not expire.
• What is the exam format?
• How much time is allowed for an exam?
• How many questions are on an exam?
• What material are exam questions based upon?
• How are online exams delivered?
• When are video conference exams held?
• What is the cost for a video conference exam?
• How do I schedule an exam?
• When will I be notified of my grade?
• What happens if I fail an exam?
What is the exam format?
How much time is allowed for an exam?
How many questions are on an exam?
What material are exam questions based upon?
How are online exams delivered?
Exams are delivered via a secure video link. You will need a computer with internet access, webcam, and audio capabilities. Such features are found on most modern computers. Exams are proctored live by an Infraspection instructor.
When are video conference exams held?
What is the cost for a video conference exam?
How do I schedule an exam?
Video conference exams may be scheduled and paid for by clicking on the purchase option above. Those seeking to take an exam at our IR/INFO Conference or at an open enrollment course should contact our office via telephone at 609-239-4788 prior to appearing for an exam.
When will I be notified of my grade?
What happens if I fail an exam?
Failed exams may be re-taken once at no charge. Your instructor will advise you of your options for retaking an exam.
Prerequisite: Completion of an Infraspection Institute Level I, II, or III training course.
Exam fee $0 – $350 USD
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