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.
Course code: Code: WEP003
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There are no entry requirements for this course.
Students must wear overalls and steel toe capped boots.
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Time: 9:15 - 16:15
Location: Plumpton College
- We’ve made sure that our metalsmithing and blacksmithing facilities are first class here at Plumpton; investing heavily in state of the art equipment in our workshop for you to use.
- You’ll work closely with your tutors as you develop your skills in design, drawing, metalworking and silver jewellery.
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Apply for this course online now to begin you journey towards a qualification in Introductory Metal Inert Gas (MIG).
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