City & Guilds Level 1 Award
MIG welding is commonly used to weld a wide variety of heavy steel applications and more delicate, thin metals for example: cars and machinery.
- Producing beads on plates;
- Lap fillet;
- Tee fillet;
- Corner welds;
- Health & Safety.
Please do not delay your booking – to guarantee your place, please book 2 weeks in advance of course date
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There are no entry requirements for this course.
Students must wear goggles and steel toe capped boots.
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29th April - 1st July 2020
Time: Wednesday, 18:00 - 21:00
*You may be entitled to fee remission, you will be assessed on receipt of the application.
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