Fabrication and Welding Advanced Apprenticeship

In Towcester

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Location

    Towcester

  • Duration

    3 Years

Description

This will develop practical skills to meet industrial applications, joining a range of materials using various welding processes such as MIG, TIG, MMA etc or developing fabrication practices to allow candidates to demonstrate a level of competence and be assessed to meet National Standards at NVQ level 3. The Technical Certificate will provide the underpinning knowledge to support the.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Towcester (Northamptonshire)
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Unit 2285 Silverstone Technology Park, Silverstone Circuit, NN12 8GX

Starts

On request

To take into account

It is recommended that candidates have achieved a minimum of four GCSE's at grades C or above in Maths, Science or English based subjects or an equivalent qualification or suitable industrial experience. Candidates will require an interview and complete a skills assessment. Candidates must be in current employment as a Trainee Welder Fabricator

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Course programme

Fabrication and Welding Advanced Apprenticeship
  • Duration:
    Usually 3 - 4 years
  • Start At:
    Flexible
  • Level of Study:
    Advanced
  • Attendance:
    One day per week is the minimum requirement to support the Technical Certificate although additional days can be included depending on the training needs of the business or individual. A full time off the job provision or block release is also available t
Fabrication and Welding Advanced Apprenticeship Entry Requirements
It is recommended that candidates have achieved a minimum of four GCSE's at grades C or above in Maths, Science or English based subjects or an equivalent qualification or suitable industrial experience. Candidates will require an interview and complete a skills assessment. Candidates must be in current employment as a Trainee Welder Fabricator

Content
This will develop practical skills to meet industrial applications, joining a range of materials using various welding processes such as MIG, TIG, MMA etc or developing fabrication practices to allow candidates to demonstrate a level of competence and be assessed to meet National Standards at NVQ level 3.

The Technical Certificate will provide the underpinning knowledge to support the candidates training and development, covering such things as engineering materials, Working Safely and efficiently in an industrial environment, Inspection and Quality requirements, Welding and Fabrications principles and practices.

Assessment Candidates will be assessed through the use of examinations, practical and theory assignments.
Assessment within the workplace will be required to complete the NVQ 3 in Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering.

Progression Once complete candidates can progress onto a BTEC National Certificate and HNC/D in Engineering Framework
  • Foundation training _ Eight units from the NVQ Level 2 Performing Engineering Operations
  • Technical Certificate - An appropriate Level 3 award such as,( a Progression Award in Production Engineering Welding / Fabrication)
  • Key Skills - Application of Number Level 2, Communication Level 2, Information Technology Level 2, Working With Others Level 2 and Improving Own Learning Level 2
  • NVQ Level 3 Qualification - Fabrication and Welding Engineering
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities
Application Form
You can download an apprenticeship application form here. Please complete all relevant parts and return it to:

The Student Centre,
Tresham Institute of Further and Higher Education,
Freepost NH4905,
PO Box 73,
Kettering,
Northants,
NN15 7BR.

Fabrication and Welding Advanced Apprenticeship

Price on request