Welding and Fabrication


Welding and Fabrication

Welding & fabrication is essential to many industries including aerospace, automotive, construction and transport. In any workplace that uses machines, metal products and structures, welders and fabricators are needed. It isn’t something you can learn by reading a book, you need to actually use the equipment and practice in real life situations. Which is why from day one you will be working with industry standard equipment such as MIG, TIG and arc welders, CAD software, and more. Attention to detail and precision are vital for any welder, along with the ability to work independently and follow exact instructions. Day-to-day tasks on the job could include anything from inspecting and testing cuts and joins, to operating welding equipment in intense working environments.

Please note: This programme forms the vocationally relevant qualification for the Advanced Apprenticeship framework.

Course Information

  • Levels available 2 / 3
  • Start Date 02/09/2019
  • Course Ref WELDING
  • Location Innovation and Technology Centre
  • Fees N/A

If you are over 19+ then please contact us for more information

What will I do?

This subject consists of mandatory and optional units, depending on your talent and passion. You will learn and work in our state-of-the-art Innovation and Technology Centre. You will study a mixture of health and safety in the workplace, preparing and quality controlling the welding operation, TIG welding for the engineering and construction industry, TAG/MMA welding, join plate in engineering construction by MMA, MIG/MAG welding, and more. Through out the course you will develop advanced welding skills, as well as become fully competent in using CAD software, which you will also be able to download at home.

What's next?

This programme forms the vocationally relevant qualification for the Advanced Apprenticeship where after successful completion of the programme, the NVQ would be the only qualification left to complete in the workplace.

Following from this programme learners have the opportunity to further study the engineering profession at HND/HNC, or to seek employment in the industry.

Is it for me?

If you’re set on a career within the welding and fabrication industry, you will get hands on experience and learn from industry experts on this course. Whether you’re a progression student, or ready to dive right in, the skills you will gain and the practical way of teaching and learning will help you to engineer the right career for you.


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