Level 2 Certificate in Engineering – Fabrication and Welding - (2850-83)
These qualifications are aimed at learners who intend to follow an Apprenticeship or Advanced Modern Apprenticeship Programmes, wish for career progression within engineering, wish to develop the skills learnt from other qualifications. They allow learners with some engineering knowledge and/or experience to develop understanding and practical experience of specific engineering technologies. Qualification Accreditation Number: 600/0880/5
- Health & Safety
- Safe Working Practices
This individual has achieved unit 201 Working in engineering. They are able to: Know engineering health and safety requirements, know effective methods of communication, understand drawings and specifications, Know and understand how to provide leadership.
This individual has achieved unit 202 Principles of maintenance technology. They are able to: Know requirements for materials in engineering, know properties of engineering materials, know properties of engineering materials, know how to apply analytical methods to engineering mathematical applications, know how to apply analytical methods to engineering science applications.
This individual has achieved unit 255 Principles of fabrication and welding technology. They are able to: Understand the basic principles of welding, know how to be able to select and apply welding terminology and symbols, Understand the effects of welding, know how to identify common metals used in fabrication and determine forming allowances.