Fabrication & Welding – Level 1 Award (C&G)
Course Code: 74281-01
This course is for learners who are just starting out in their engineering career and require a broad range of competencies to enable safe progression to higher level engineering qualifications or into the workplace. This is an exciting and established career pathway which can provide a lot of benefits in the near future.
|Cost||16-18 No Fee|
|When 09/09/2019||Duration1 year|
This course is designed as an introduction to the industry of engineering, specifically fabrication and welding. The course is ideal for young learners who are just starting out in their engineering career and require a broad range of competencies to enable safe progression to either higher level qualifications or the workplace.
For those who wish to continue their learning with an Apprenticeship, this is a perfect course to start with.
The course allows students to learn, develop and practise the basic introductory skills required for employment and/or career progression in the engineering sector. Topics covered include:
- Health and Safety in a working environment
- Carrying out engineering activities efficiently and effectively
- Using and communicating technical information
- Cutting and shaping platework components
- Carrying out sheet metal cutting, forming and assembly activities
Students will learn to have an appreciation of the principals involved in fabrication and welding. By the end of the course, you will have enough theoretical knowledge and practical experience to build upon, either in employment or a further qualification.
You will also develop your functional skills in Maths and English, or study these at GCSE if required.
Practical workshop test pieces and classroom assessment
Classrooms and our state-of-the-art Fabrication & Welding workshops.
The course allows learners to progress into employment or onto the Level 2 PEO/NVQ from City & Guilds.