Identify areas of high heat loss as a trained Thermography Inspector
Anyone can pick up a thermal imaging camera but few know how to use one correctly! This 1- day course covers all the essential skills needed to confidently use a thermal imaging camera and capture high quality images for use in professional reports.
This training course has been specifically designed for energy assessors and air tightness testers, and focuses on practical skills that can be put into use right away.
- Basics of Infrared Thermography
- Building fabric
- Practical exercises including afternoon/evening survey
- Report writing
- Image tuning
Why choose Elmhurst for Thermography Training?Leave feeling confident
Elmhurst’s Thermograhy courses are delivered by our trusted third party provider iRed and provide information at a pace that suits all of trainees, regardless of whether they are new to the industry or are more experienced.
Our role as one of the UK’s approved Thermography accreditation schemes means that we are able to provide continued support to those who join our accreditation scheme, long after the training. This is something which independent training providers are unable to provide.
Elmhurst has been operating for over 25 years, and during this time our experienced and qualified trainers have undertaken training for thousands of individuals. As the UK’s largest accreditation scheme for Energy Assessors, we have the expertise and the knowledge to help you thrive and grow within this exciting career.
Why become a Thermography Inspector?
Thermography is an exciting new area of building performance assessment where thermal imaging is used to identify areas of high heat loss. Unlike other energy performance tests, thermal imaging allows you to provide visual evidence to the client to demonstrate areas of concern or further investigation.Identify areas of high Air leakage
Thermography will allow you to quickly and accurately identify areas of high air leakage. This is useful to carry out alongside air tightness testing, especially in the context of retrofit work.
The most popular reason people choose to carry out a thermography assessment is to check the quality of a property’s construction, if the occupier has raised concerns relating to a cold/draughty property.
Thermography is also useful for demonstrating the thermal performance of products to clients such as insulation.PURCHASE COURSE >
Thermography Accreditation with Elmhurst
Once trained as a Thermography Inspector, you will be eligible to join Elmhurst’s industry leading accreditation scheme, free of charge. If you are looking for a scheme which offers professional technical support and opportunities to enhance your skills, as well as the tools to build a competitive business, then Elmhurst Energy is the accreditation scheme for you.
- Unrivalled technical support
- FREE Professional Indemnity (PI) and Public Liability (PL) Insurance (cover up to £10m)
- Marketing material available to help sell your services
- Discounted and free CPD available for members