Every one of the Level 1,2, and 3 Thermographers at the Building Science Course
said they were amazed at the amount of information that was NEVER taught to
them before they took this course.
One of the Level 3 Thermographers said that this course (Building Science)
covers about 80% of what you need for Level 1… but it goes on to teach
a huge volume of applications and tricks to the trade to make the thermal
imaging camera work in the REAL world of building and systems diagnosis.
He said that he could not keep up with all the information and had no idea
how much new revelations were in this class.
Think about this before you spend your money. During a home inspection,
most of the findings you will report will have nothing to do with temperatures,
but patterns. This course deals with the science of discovery and how
to use the camera, not just formulas. ITC is the worlds leader in teaching
I am not talking down to any Level 1, 2, or 3 thermographers. Those are
very good courses and have their place. I just want to help people
understand what they are about to spend their money on when they
sign up for one of these courses on thermal imaging.
I want you guys to think about it so you can get the most bang for
your buck… nuff said.
On a side note:… I was impressed with the sensitivity levels that could
be achieved by a few adjustments, that enabled the BCAM to see the
difference in temperature that is detected when a person breaths in
and out of their nose. It fun to lean how to tweak the camera.