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Course Code: SESEN041/1TU

Course Level: Level 3

Study Mode: Part-Time

Course Type: Adults

Course overview

Advance your career in welding by studying this nationally-recognised qualification. This practical Level 3 course will focus on the advanced technical skills required for welding and fabrication on a range of projects within a state-of-the-art learning environment.

The course is ideal if you are an experienced welder and you now wish to develop your skills further so that you can undertake complex welding work and quality control. This qualification is highly sought after by employers and may lead to great employment opportunities. 

You will be able to learn about welding disciplines in MMA, MIG or TIG to help you to undertake complex welding work and quality control.

This is predominantly a practical course delivered in our brand-new workshops at Stafford College. It includes all the underpinning knowledge of welding as a profession, as well as the Health & Safety requirements. 

Alongside the practical workshop sessions, you will be expected to do a small amount of reading and internet research to answer the assessment questions at the end of the course.

To sign up to this course you will need to have achieved a City & Guilds Level 2 Award in Welding Skills qualification (City & Guilds 3268)

To gain one of these qualifications, you must successfully complete five practical assignments and an on-line knowledge test. All assessments will undergo destructive tests.

For more information, please contact Jimmy Brown on jim.brown@nscg.ac.uk

After completing this course you can seek employment or progression in the industry. You could also move on to a Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Fabrication and Welding Engineering.

Newcastle and Stafford Colleges Group is pleased to be able to offer financial support to help students meet the costs of attending College.

If you are on state benefits or are on a low income you may be entitled to fee remission towards your course. *This is at the Colleges discretion. If you have any queries with regards to the funding of your course, please contact Charlotte Robertson on 01782 254141 or email charlotte.robertson@nscg.ac.uk

Course options

10/09/2024

Course Duration

30 weeks

Course Days

Wednesday

End date

20/05/2025

Class Times

18:00 - 20:00

Course Fee

£225.00

Additional Fees

£200 for materials

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What else do I need to know?

This course has an additional materials fee of £200.