EquineIR??? Training Class – Orlando
To be held just prior to IR/Info Conference; the hotel for IR/Info is different so you must make those reservations as well if you are attending IR Info. See their website for more information.
EquineIR??? is a 3 day intense training course. The course curriculum will include classroom study, marketing/business coaching and an extensive hand on experience.
EquineIR??? has affiliated with Seasoned Veterinarian Joanna Robson, DVM to offer the complete Equine Infrared Technician solution.?? EquineIR??? is taught by licensed Veterinarians trained in thermography along with seasoned specialists trained in equine thermography.
The course materials have been developed over many years of field experience and will include the complete business solution. You may view our website at www.EquineIR.com for more information including our technical director biographies.
View their training calendar at www.unitedinfrared.com/training.
It is recommended that you have completed your Level I training portion prior to class, have familiarity to IR camera operation, bring your infrared camera to class(some demo units are available at class) and have a laptop computer at class for report writing class and to follow along with classroom PowerPoints.
Curriculum: www.equineir.com/training First day of class will be Jan 6th
Hotel Information: Wingate by Wyndham $79 room rate + 12.5% tax = $88.88 US Per night. Address: 5661 Windhover Dr., Orlando, FL 32819 Ph: 407-226-0900
Call hotel and mention you are with the United Infrared Group for reservations. Classroom training will be at hotel.
We will have shuttle service for offsite training. Special welcome party scheduled for Thursday evening.
Room Block Rate is limited and only goes till Dec 28th so make your reservation early.
If you would like to learn more about the opportunities with thermal imaging, please view the webinar referenced above. Our classes are held about 4 times a year throughout the country. The next class will be held on January 6th-8th, 2011 in Orlando, FL.
Before Thermography, Veterinarians could only locate problems using traditional methods such as observation and palpation. Now, using advanced EquineIR??? thermography, abnormalities present stressed tissues even before damage occurs. This methodology has been developed and refined over the past twenty-five years and has been proven to be an effective imaging technique