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Level: 2

Location: Ilkeston

Years: 1

Weeks: 20

Hours: 3.00

Start: 15/09/2016

Days / Times: Thursday 17:30 to 18:30

Tuition (£): 390.00*

Interview: Y

Course Summary

This City & Guilds course is delivered at our purpose-built workshop in Ilkeston. It will provide you with the basic concepts and skills in welding and you will learn various methods of MIG welding processes.

The course takes 16 weeks to complete, in three-hour sessions.  It leads seamlessly to the Level 3 Welding Awareness course that is also delivered at Ilkeston throughout the year.

Entry requirements

There are no minimum entry requirements for the course. Demand is high, however, and we strongly recommend that you contact the course leader before enrolling to avoid any disappointment.

Course Content

You will develop intermediate practical knowledge and skills in standard welding techniques - all undertaken in our purpose-built welding facility.

How will I be assessed?

The course consists of continuous assessments over five assignments as well as a final 30-question test from the awarding body.

Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?

You will  need safety equipment – overalls and boots – in line with College requirements. 

What can I do after this course?

Further study

 You can advance to the Level 3 MIG Welding Awareness course.

Careers 

 You can progress your career in a range of roles which require welding.

 

* Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are not entitled to any concessions.
*** Co-Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are entitled to any partial concessions.

This course is run at the Ilkeston Campus

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Jack O’Connor

Jack	O’Connor

Engineering NVQ powers R-R manager’s career

Rolls-Royce manager Jack O'Connor says his Derby College engineering course was the "start of everything" for the skills needed in his career. Jack joined the aero engine giant as a semi-skilled polisher and packer of blades. He began his Derby College Level 3 NVQ in engineering principals at the age of 23 when he was accepted by the company as an apprentice. Now aged 31, Jack is a Rolls-Royce production leader. He is also taking a University of Warwick – Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering Business management. Jack said he left school was "a few" GCSEs and the college course and apprenticeship provided him with a second chance to kickstart his career and build his confidence.

He said: "I can honestly say that the course was brilliant and the lecturers were great.


"If you went through a difficult period they were always there to support you. You could have a laugh and a joke as well, and when you take into account the facilities, you're halfway there.


"I was really impressed. It was the start of everything for my work, really."


 

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