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L1 Introduction Course & Professional CPD

Our L1 CPD Introduction Course has been developed for candidates that are initially looking to learn more about the subject and how they can take it forward. Its promises an interactive day of learning for the professional and many practitioners attended this course for CPD purposes along with a view to integrate clinical digital infrared thermographic imaging (DITI) into their existing services. Our course will provide you with an overview of DITI technology, applications for use and how results are utilised in clinical evaluation. It is also the perfect stepping stone to see if a career in thermology or utilising the technology in your practice is right for you, without heavily investing in equipment or training.                              


The L1 introduction course is recommended to everyone who is interested in learning more about veterinary DITI . L1 caters for individuals that have an interest in the technology along with established veterinary healthcare professionals that would like an informative CPD day. 

Who can attend:
We welcome everyone with an interest in DITI and practitioners that would like to link with our service or attend CPD

Course Feedback

"As a clinical and equine osteopath I wanted to be part of a professional set up that offered excellent research & business opportunities along with standardised protocols and industry linked training. That is why I selected Sync Thermology. The training at Sync is excellent and I recommend the L1 CPD & L2 Veterinary Thermographer training to my fellow professionals"

Tracy Lomax, Equine Osteopath 

“I undertook a work placement with SyncThermology in which I attended the L1 introduction course, it provided me with a real insight into the application of the technology as well as potential career options. The experience has proven very helpful for my degree and I would like to thank SyncThermology for the advice, time and support they have given me”

Charlotte Smith BSc (Hons)
Equine Science student