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FLIR ITC Announces Its 2007 Course Schedule


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Boston - December 12

FLIR Systems, Inc. has announced the 2007 schedule for the fully certified infrared training courses offered by its dedicated Infrared Training Center (ITC). The ITC will offer courses at its headquarters in North Billerica, MA, just a few miles north of Boston, and in cities throughout the United States and Canada. The ITC’s schedule of courses through October 2007 is available online.

Students who sign up for any of the following scheduled courses for 2007 between December 12, 2006 and January 31, 2007 will receive a discount of $100 (USD) per class. This offer does not extend to students who registered for these classes before December 12, 2006 or entitle students enrolled in free courses to a rebate.

The discount offer is valid for any one of the following courses:

  • Level I, II, and III - Predictive Maintenance (PdM) Thermography
  • Research and Development
  • GasFindIR
  • Building Science IRBS 351
Students may register for 2007 training courses on the ITC’s Web site or by calling Laurie Kelley at 1-800-866-TRAIN-IR. Students who register online must enter the promotional code ITC13107 to ensure that they receive the $100 (USD) discount.

For information about courses in Canada, call Nancy Edwards at 1-800-613-0507 ext. 24.

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All ITC Course Certifications meet or exceed ASNT (American Society for Non-Destructive Testing) SNT-TC-1A guidelines. Level I and Level II courses are recognized by the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA), an accredited standards developer for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

ITC is the only ISO-9001 certified infrared training organization worldwide and the only factory-authorized training organization for FLIR, Agema, and Inframetrics cameras. ITC is the single largest employer of instructors who are ASNT, NDT and PdM TIR Level III certified. All ITC instructors have extensiveInternational IR knowledge and field experience.

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