Course DescriptionThis is a practical based Level 3 course, designed for learners who wish to progress down the apprenticeship route focussing on the development of fabrication and welding skills. You will be given practical hands on experience that will support an apprenticeship or employment in industry. By studying this course you will learn about the principles of welding and engineering. You will find out more about health and safety in engineering, and will study manual metal arc welding of materials. You will also find out more about MIG and TIG welding of materials. The course will contribute towards the knowledge and understanding for the Diploma in Fabrication and Welding.
Entry Requirements?To study this course you’ll need a Level 2 qualification at a merit standard along with Functional Skills English and maths at Level 2, or at GCSE grade 4 (C).
CostsFree to all 16-18 and 19-23 year olds who do not already have a full Level 3 qualification e.g. 4 or more AS Levels or 2 A Levels. Advanced Learning Loans are available for further education courses at Level 3, 4 & 5. They operate like higher education loans with deferred payments until you earn over approximately £25,000 per year- information available at www.gov.uk
You have the option of taking out a loan or setting up a payment plan with the college that best suits your needs. Actual Cost is: £3345.00. All costs are subject to slight changes.
What Next?Once you have successfully completed the Level 3 course you can progress on to a higher apprenticeship within your chosen field or onto higher education.