Level 3 Diploma in Engineering - Fabrication and Welding (2850-87)
This certificate is aimed at learners who intend to follow an Apprenticeship or Advanced Modern Apprenticeship programmes, wish for career progression within engineering, and wish to develop the skills learnt from other qualifications. It allows learners to learn, develop and practise the basic introductory skills required for employment and/or career progression in the engineering sector. Qualification Accreditation Number: 600/0882/9
- Health & Safety
- Safe Working Practices
This individual has achieved unit 301 Engineering Health and Safety. They are able to: Understand compliance with statutory health and safety regulations and organisational requirements, understand compliance with statutory environmental regulations and organisational requirements, know how to implement accident and emergency procedures, and Understand safe working practices and procedures.
This individual has achieved unit 302 Engineering principles. They are able to: Know how to interpret engineering information, know how to differentiate between common engineering materials, know how to perform engineering calculations and understand quality control in engineering.
This individual has achieved unit 355 Principles of fabrication and welding. They are able to: Understand how to classify common materials used in fabrication engineering, know how to apply welding symbols to joint preparations, know different non-thermal joining methods, understand the affects of distortion and residual stresses due to welding, and know how to determine the integrity of welded joints.