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Award in Welding Skills level 2

This City and Guilds Level 2 qualification meets the needs of candidates who work or want to work as welders in the engineering sector.

The course allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in the engineering sector.
A basic understanding of welding skills designed for the workplace.
No previous experience or qualifications required.
Progress to a higher level welding qualification to further your career.

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Part-time Bicester

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10 Weeks 16 to 18 EU tuition fee:£‎1,200.00
19+ EU tuition fee:£‎1,200.00
19+ Concession EU tuition fee:£‎1,200.00

Please note – Fees may be subject to change

This course has various occurrences, please choose one below to apply

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23/01/2017
Mon
09:00-16:00
BCCTD06DB
Flexible
Mon
09:00-16:00
BCCTD06DA
26/09/2016
Mon
09:00-16:00
BCCTD06DA

case study

Returning to study has not only given Ian Davidson a new qualification, but a new-found confidence which is setting him on a path to success.

Having left school at 16 with just a handful of GCSEs, Ian started out on a mechanical apprenticeship before spending around 13 years working as a mechanic for car dealerships.  Read more about Ian's story.

“My dad and I have always watched formula one on television and I have followed motorsport since I was a child, so it was always an interest of mine.

“My sister was already studying at the Banbury campus, so I came along to an open event at Bicester and liked what I saw. I took the extended diploma before moving onto the apprenticeship. The course was very hands on and it helps when the tutors are so enthusiastic about their subject.'

Read more about Jamie's course.

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