Summary of course
This evening based course will provide you with a City and Guilds 3268 Level 2 VRQ in a number of welding processes, each process to be chosen by the you, at the outset of the course.
It should be noted that the course fee, registration and certification fee covers only one of the welding process. Arrangements can be made for those who successfully complete their first process within the nine weeks and wish to pay the fee to enrol for an additional process.
During this course you will be able to:
- produce welds in either flat/horizontal or vertical
- work with specified materials, thicknesses and tolerances
- produce flat plate and cylindrical
For further information about the course and the units you will study, please read the awarding body specification by clicking on the link below:
Awarding Body specification.
The Awards and Certificates could help you develop your welding and fabrication career further and take on jobs that require more specialist skills. After successful completion of this qualification you can progress on to a Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Fabrication and Welding Engineering or a Level 3 Award in Advanced Welding. After completing this course you could apply for various job vacancies in the Welding Industry - https://www.indeed.co.uk/Welding-jobs
The Awards and Certificates within this suite of qualifications could help you develop a career in the Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering sector. They could lead to a number of job roles including:
- Fitter Welder
- Pipe Fitter
- Maintenance Welding Operative
- Sheet Metal Worker
- Plater Fabricator
How is the course assessed?
Completion of a number of weld specimens that satisfy the Awarding Body criteria plus written/verbal assessment.
Who is this course for?
This course is ideal for you if you have achieved a Level 1 Welding qualification and wish to gain experience of other welding processes.
Entry Requirements for new students
You must show your Level 1 pass certificate at enrolment. All students will be required to be interviewed prior to enrolling onto the course and during your discussion you will agree the best process choice for you with your tutor.
Call our Enrolment team on 0300 123 2344 to book an appointment
General Info (materials required for the course)
Although some PPE, general materials and consumables are provided, candidates may wish to provide their own PPE in the form of CE Welding helmet, gloves and goggles.