Course Duration
21 months
Location
Off Site
Course Cost
£ 0.00
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Course Code
ST0094
Start Date
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Start Time
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Course Summary

This work based Apprenticeship is ideal for those wanting a career working as a Welder. You would learn in your workplace, away from your workstation and formal training in our new modern facilities here at the College. You will have the opportunity to practise and embed your skills at work.

As an Apprentice Welder you will use high electrical energy to form an arc. Manual dexterity is essential in controlling the arc, which is used to melt metals, allowing them to fuse together to form a structurally sound weld. You will produce joints that satisfy basic quality standards in order to ensure that the finished products function correctly. Welding is used extensively and in almost every sector of industry.

For those without the required level of maths and English you will need to achieve these at Level 1 and take a test at Level 2 to be successful in your Apprenticeship.

If you are looking to improve your skills or change career direction, our Apprenticeship Recruitment Team can discuss your needs and advise you on finding a suitable employer.

Course Requirements

How Is It Taught

On and off the job training in the workplace, with weekly day release at Stoke on Trent College

What Else Do I Need To Know

Main intake is September, with options for mid year starts - January / April subject to numbers

How Is It Taught

On and off the job training in the workplace, with weekly day release at Stoke on Trent College

What Else Do I Need To Know

Main intake is September, with options for mid year starts - January / April subject to numbers

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