There is currently a significant amount of vacancies for skilled welders and, once qualified, welding offers a range of career options. The weldability SIF Foundation predicts that we will need an additional 20,000 trained welders to meet the demand for major build programmes being rolled-out in the renewable/sustainable energy markets.
“Contrary to the expectations of many, good quality metal fabrication skills are in strong demand across the UK in a range of thriving industries where job prospects are far from limited – the oil and gas and nuclear industries, for example. Some welding novices are also pleased to find that gaining an industry-recognised welding qualification can open doors to skilled, contract work overseas.”
Students will also have the opportunity to undertake enrichment activities such as sport, volunteering and community work. This course also involves work experience to ensure you’re developing vital work place skills in welding.
You’ll be taught in out £1 million Specialist Training Centre which has been purpose built for vocational courses and hands on learning and includes industry standard equipment and stations for welding.