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East Riding College, Bridlington, Open Event

January 15, 2022
9.30am to 12 noon

East Riding College, Beverley, Open Event

January 22, 2022
9.30am to 12 noon

Open Event (Online)

April 28, 2022
5pm to 7pm

Welding and Fabrication, Level 2

East Riding College

Flemingate Centre, Armstrong Way, Beverley, HU17 0GH

NVQ and Relevant Components
Level 2
Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies

Course Summary

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.

Course Details

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 it be delivered?

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.

Entry requirements

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

Your next steps...

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

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