(Short Course - 1 day)
If you are a skilled welder, this qualification will demonstrate your ability and commitment to an ethical code of conduct, increasing your employability and giving confidence to potential clients.
This course will test your competence in a wide range of areas to meet the set regulations, including produce a series of MAG butt / fillet welds in the vertical up and overhead positions (BS4872), assess MAG welds for visible defects, resistant spot welds (BS1140) and assess resistance spot welds for visible defects.
The course is delivered by our specialist tutor (with welding inspector status) at our Openshaw campus or we can deliver the training at your place of work
There are no formal entry requirements for this course however; you will must have a minimum of one year's welding experience.
You will be assessed through a series of practical demonstrations.
• Completed a continuous vertical up fillet weld to BS 4872-1
• Completed a continuous vertical up butt weld to BS 4872-1
• Completed a continuous overhead fillet weld to BS 4872-1
• Completed a continuous overhead butt weld to BS 4872-1
• Completed a series of resistance spot welds to BS 1140
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The cost of this course is £244.00. If you have any further queries, please contact us on 03333 222 444 or email@example.com.Fees, finance and funding page
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