This course will provide a ‘hands-on’ approach to introductory welding and has been designed to provide aspiring welders with the first step towards a professional career in welding or an opportunity for the DIY enthusiast to develop basic welding skills. This course is delivered in the evening, two hours per week for ten weeks.
Welders have never been in higher demand than they are right now. 2022 is the perfect time to start your career as a professional welder with our Expert Instructor Tony Carter. Tony has welded around the world, and is internationally recognised as one of the best in the business and we are so proud that he is part of our team.
This specialist course will take you from novice to a full award in welding in just ten weeks, giving you the perfect platform to be employed as a trainee welder or come back to us in September to start working your way through your professional licenses (coded welding).
You will learn the practical skills and develop the knowledge required to build confidence in basic welding techniques covering:
- Oxy-Acetylene Welding
The course will be delivered as a workshop with learners at different stages of development but will be suitable for new entrants and also for learners who have completed a previous ten week course who wish to further practise and develop their skills.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course.
This course involves practical assessment.
This qualification will allow progression to further qualifications in a range of welding skills. Completion of this course can lead you to our Welding Skills Level 2 and 3 courses, where you can develop and build upon skills acquired through this introductory course.
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