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A course completion certificate from a Level I thermography course is required to register for a Level II class.

Camera Training

Our instructor-led training classes only cover basic camera operation. We highly recommend you take one of our online web courses for your specific camera before coming to class.
Please note online training may not be available for some camera models. If an online course is not offered for your camera type please refer to your user’s manual. Prior camera setup and operator training is not required to attend Level I, but it is highly recommended to get the most benefit from the course.



Registration includes course instruction, course materials, and lunch each day. Early Bird Savings $335 off the normal $2,300, if you register 31 days or more in advance of the class date.

Click on a class in the Schedule to Register or contact with any questions at or 800.221.0163



The learning objectives, contact hours, and written exam Level II course are based on the requirements outlined by ANSI/ASNT CP-105 and CP-189 of the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing.

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In the classroom, online and onsite certification classes available.

Same course, same expert Level 3 Master Thermographer instructors, same industry certification for graduates.

Monroe Infrared partnered with the Infrared Training Center (ITC), the largest infrared training company in the world, more than a decade ago to bring the best thermography certification training to as many places around the country as possible.  Register for Infrared Training Center classes through Monroe Infrared to save money and guarantee ongoing support after class as well.  Same ITC classes with a lower cost for you, especially when you register 30 days in advance to save $335!

The Electrical Thermography, Level 2 Certification class isdesigned for the practicing Level I and Level I Electrical thermographers who is interested in more advanced infrared training. This infrared training course focuses on strengthening and improving thermography skills for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance applications with a specific emphasis upon Indoor and Outdoor Applications. Attendees completing Level II Electrical infrared course requirements will receive an ITC Level II Electrical thermography certification.

Level 2 Infrared thermography training students must have successfully completed Level I thermography Certification and it is highly recommended you have a minimum of six months field thermography experience.

Infrared Training Course Benefits

  • Reinforce Level I/Level I Electrical infrared training concepts with refresher material covering the latest infrared camera, technology and thermal imaging application developments.
  • Avoid costly mistakes – ITC experts review and explain the common misconceptions and misapplications of infrared thermography.
  • Learn the basics of Electrical predictive maintenance thermography and overall Electrical infrared inspection program development.
  • Refine your image analysis and interpretation proficiency with in-depth thermal imaging survey and measurement techniques for electrical predictive maintenance applications. Visit our image gallery.
  • Improve your thermal analysis skills with more challenging laboratory and infrared field applications labs.
  • Click here for a Level II Electrical Thermography Training topical outline.



Don’t see a training scheduled in your area? Our niche is to bring thermography classes to our clients, often at their facilities, anywhere in the USA and sometimes outside the country, too. If you have a few to a couple dozen people who will benefit from professional infrared training conducted locally to reduce travel cost and time away from work & home, give us a call. We may be able to set up a class just for you or in your area!

Call us toll free at 800-221-0163 or email us

Training scheduled and supported regularly in or near Florida, Georgia, Texas, California, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Utah, New Mexico,Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Idaho, Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Michigan, Arizona, New England, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Central States, Southeast, Southwest and West Coast