This course gives students the opportunity to increase their academic and theoretical knowledge in fabrication and welding while continuing to develop their practical skills in a workshop environment. It is also a progression route for the engineering technician to progress to a higher education level in either fabrication and welding or engineering systems.
Practical elements include:-
Continuous and end of unit assessment.
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We are no longer taking applications for 2017/18
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