City & Guilds welding courses are designed for a range of abilities: from beginners who need basic welding training, to experienced welders who want to develop specialist skills.
Our Level 1 welding courses are ideal for anyone who wants to become a welder and is new to welding, metal fabrication, thermal cutting and/or brazing and soldering.
Our Level 2 welding courses are aimed at anyone already working in the industry who wants to develop their welding skills further and advance their career.
Our Level 3 welding courses are for experienced welders who need a qualification to progress to complex welding work and quality control.
What is City & Guilds Level 3 equivalent to?
Equivalent to an A Level, Level 3 courses are often provided to those who join apprenticeship schemes following the completion of their GCSE exams as they choose to learn on the job over going to university.
How long is a Level 3 welding course?
Level 3 Diploma. 1 year course. We welcome mature and experienced students. Progress to Higher Education or employment.
(City an guilds Level 2 in welding Certificate)
What Is Involved In Studying This Course?
Depending on which level and qualification you choose, you will be able to:
produce welds in either flat/horizontal or vertical or overhead positions
work with specified materials, thicknesses and tolerances
produce flat plate or folded components and cylindrical or jointed fabrications
produce profile plate or an angle bracket and a manifold bracket or flanged pipe.
For the qualifications at Levels 1 and 2 you will complete a number of practical assignments and oral knowledge tests. At Level 3 you will also do practical assignments but an on-line knowledge test.
Which level is right for me?
Level 1:You are new to welding and fabrication industries and want to gain knowledge and experience in either welding, metal fabrication, thermal cutting or brazing & soldering work.
Level 2:You are already working in welding and fabrication industries and are looking to develop your skills further, to increase your responsibilities and knowledge.
Level 3:You've worked in welding for some time - you have plenty of experience. You want to develop your skills further so you can undertake complex welding work and quality control.
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