9345-12 Level 3 End-point assessment for ST0607/AP02 Metal Fabricator - Distinction
Issued by City & Guilds
The person has met the Distinction criteria for each component of the end-point assessment for the Metal Fabricator apprenticeship standard. This apprenticeship is for those looking for a career in fabricating and welding a range of metal components. Metal Fabricators use a wide range of products such as channels, rolled steel joists, metal sheet, steel plates and columns to assist in their tasks. Typical roles include Metal Fabricator and Sheet Metal Fabricator. (City & Guilds code: 9345-12)
- Complying With Health & Safety And Environmental Legislation
- Complying With Health & Safety And Environmental Regulations
- Complying With Health & Safety Organisational Requirements
- Follow Correct Metal Work Drawings
- Follow Correct Metal Work Instructions
- Follow Correct Metal Work Specifications
The person has been assessed independently by City & Guilds as having achieved all Distinction criteria for each component of the end-point assessment. Metal Fabricators comply with statutory regulations, maintain organisational safety requirements including environmental compliance procedures and systems and identify hazards and hazardous situations.
This person can follow correct metal work instructions, specifications and drawings and show an understanding of job documentation, work instructions and operating rules. They also work efficiently to complete tasks to specification and quality requirements and restore the work area on completion of activities. This person takes personal responsibility and is resilient.
This person is an effective team worker and communicator, with good interpersonal skills, a focus on quality, problem solving and continuous personal development. This person can carry out metal fabrication work using things such as rolled steel joists, columns, channels, steel plate and metal sheet.
End-point assessment components: Practical Observation, Professional Discussion