City & Guilds Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations and City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Engineering
Arc and MIG welding
Further TIG welding
Safe use of tools
Use of the forge
One day work experience is an essential element of the course.
Successful completion of the Level 1 Welding, Fabrication and Blacksmithing course to a suitable level PLUS a satisfactory reference from the Course Manager. Prospective students will also need to have achieved a level 2 in functional skills in English and maths
Level 3 Certificate in Engineering Intermediate Apprenticeships in Engineering/Welding/Blacksmithing/Farriery
Welder Fabricator Metalworker Blacksmith Farrier Engineering operative Mechanical engineering technician
Dates & Fees
|Start Date||End Date||Start Time||End Time||Mode of Attendance||Days of the Week||No of sessions|
|04-Sep-19||26-Jun-20||9.15 a.m.||4.45 p.m.||Full time||Wed - Fri||35|
|Total Fee Full Cost||Total Fee 19-23||Total Fee 24+|
A £100 contribution towards the cost of course materials is payable at the start of the course. Those entered for the City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Forgework will need to pay the assessment fee and an extra charge for materials is payable. Please contact the Course Manager for further details.
Although PPE is available, we firmly advise students to provide their own welding mask and goggles and any items of a personal nature for their own hygiene protection. AEL uniform (polo shirt and sweat shirt) Flame retardant protective overalls Steel toecap safety boots Pen, paper, lever arch files Stationery required for technical drawing e.g. pencils, ruler, compass
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