Level: 3 (Advanced)
Duration: 3 – 4 years
GCSE C/4 or above (or be able to achieve these grades) in Maths and English.
Or progression from Level 2 Apprenticeship.
Or progression from the Level 1 Study programme in Engineering.
An interest and knowledge about the chosen apprenticeship pathway should be demonstrated.
An apprenticeship job is required. You can find your own employer or KITS can help you with this.
An Advanced Apprenticeship in Fabrication and Welding can cover apprenticeship roles in a variety of areas of the industry.
Areas that can be covered are:
Welding Machine settings and operation
Sheet Metal Working
Pipe and Tube Fabrication
The pathway chosen for your training, is done in conjunction with your employer and is based specifically on the work you are doing in your Apprenticeship role in company.
Typical Job roles you could expect to work in include:
Sheet Metal Worker
*Once you are qualified you could expect to earn between £13,000 – £35,000 a year.
*Please Note: The figures used are meant as a guide only and can vary from employer to employer and may be dependent on the geographical area.