Level I Infraspection Institute course
Trenton NJ, USA – International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 269 recently held their first Level I Certified Infrared Thermographer® training class through Infraspection Institute’s course materials licensing program.
Fifteen apprentice electricians attended the 5 day class which was sponsored through the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee.
The course was taught by Local 269 member and Journeyman electrician, Joe Blauth.
Jim Stover, Training Director for the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, had this to say:
“Thermography has become an essential tool for electrical system maintenance. We want to ensure that our apprentices have the knowledge and skills necessary to properly conduct thermal imaging and interpret the results.”
I.B.E.W. Local 269 have provided the skilled Electrical Workforce to Central New Jersey and Bucks County, Pennsylvania since September 12, 1912. Our highly skilled workforce ensures that you receive the highest quality craftsmanship with on-time and on-budget projects. Our 5-year apprenticeship training program also ensures that the next generation of Electrical Workers will be as highly skilled and qualified as the last generation.
The Electrical Training Alliance (formerly the NJATC) is a collaboration of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). Together they have developed the most comprehensive training programs in the industry.
Infraspection Institute is the oldest independent infrared training and certification firm in the world. Their course materials licensing program is open to individuals, companies, and educational institutions. It is perfect for those seeking to provide green technology education as well as companies or organizations seeking to educate a sizeable thermography team. Licensees can elect to teach applications or full certification courses.