If you have already got some experience of Engineering or would like to specialise in Fabrication and Welding this study programme will develop your skills and knowledge to become an industry specialist. The study programme is delivered through a combination of classroom based theory and practical workshop sessions over a number of mandatory and specialist units. What will I study? The units you will study are likely to include: Core Units: •Working in engineering •Principles of engineering technology •Welding by TIG/MIG process •Fabricating steel work assemblies •Pattern development for plate and sheet metalwork.
|Qualification name||Award in Fabrication and Welding Practice|
|Awarding organisation||Skills and Education Group Awards|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||4th September 2023|
|Cost description||Full Funding for permanent UK residents aged 16-18 years of age. Funding may be available for those aged 19+ depending on age and qualifications already achieved. Instalment Payments over 10 months are available to those aged 19+ if fees are payable.|
4 GCSEs at Grade 3
The units you will study are likely to include: Core Units: •Working in engineering •Principles of engineering technology •Welding by TIG/MIG process •Fabricating steel work assemblies •Pattern development for plate and sheet metalwork.
You will be taught using a mix of classroom-based learning, practical workshop learning, assignments, and home-based learning.
You will require the following: •Flame Retardent Boiler suit •Safety Boots •Welding Mask (CE Automatic Approved) •MIG & TIG Gauntlets •Safety Glasses
The course is assessed by a combination of: •2 online exams •3 Written assignments (MC) •2 practical assessments
You can progress onto Level 3 Fabrication and Welding at Northampton College or apprenticeships.