Level Two Welding and Fabrication

This level two course provides a comprehensive follow on in welding and fabrication for those who may be  furthering their career to work as an engineer. This qualification can be completed successfully in the College environment without the work-based evidence.

What will I study?

Units include:

  • Working safely in an engineering environment
  • Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
  • Using and communicating technical information
  • Using MMA/MIG welding
  • Hand forging engineering materials
  • Producing mechanical engineering drawings using CAD
  • Cutting and shaping materials using thermal cutting equipment

How will I be assessed?

Each unit of study contains a list of tasks or competencies that have to be successfully completed to the required standard. These tasks can be assessed in a number of different ways such as being observed by a qualified assessor or checked via relevant written work in a logbook. You will complete a substantial portfolio of evidence of work during the course that will consist of exercises, logbook entries and photographic evidence.

How will the course be delivered?

Full time study programme over three days per week including English and mathematics development, enrichment and enterprise.

Entry requirements

  • Four GCSEs grade D/3 and above
  • Or level one diploma
  • Or introductory diploma
  • Or NVQ level one
  • Or equivalent

What next?

Progress onto the Level Three Welding and Fabrication course and then possibly onto an apprenticeship programme, into work or the HNC in Engineering.

Additional information

For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.

Full Time 2018 Higher Education 2019 Spring Part-time course guide Apprenticeship Guide