Certificate in Applied Mechanical Engineering
(Level 4) (Fabrication)
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You will learn how to cut, shape and join metals to produce components and structures such as tube, pipe and structural sections as used in the fabrication industry.
Levels two and three consist of core fabrication subjects. In level four you will choose an area of specialisation, either light fabrication, heavy fabrication or fabrication welding.
You must be working full-time in the industry to complete the requirements for Level 4.
- Safety measurement and hand tools
- Welding and cutting
- CAD and drawing
- Trade calculations
The programme is structured to allow you to choose between full-time and part-time study. The final stage is taught in the evenings part-time in conjunction with work in the industry and block courses.
Incorporates the following qualifications:
- National Certificate in Engineering - Fabrication (Level 4) with strands in Heavy Fabrication, Light Fabrication and Welding
- Certificate in Applied Mechanical Engineering (Fabrication Level 2)
- Certificate in Applied Mechanical Engineering (Fabrication Level 3)
- National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 2)