City & Guilds Welding (MMA, MIG or TIG) – Level 1, 2 & Coding
£1200 (exc. VAT)
Due to the wide range of options within BS4872 and the number of approvals required, entry to the course is via an informal interview with one of the welding team and to apply please click the ‘enquire now’ button at the top of this page.
This course provides the perfect opportunity for anyone who wishes to be able to learn how to weld and are unsure which process would be appropriate for them to learn, it also provides a good underpinning knowledge of the processes and associated health and safety.
Students will get to choose one of the three processes offered; MMA, MIG, TIG.
By the end of the course you will achieve certification in your chosen processes at level 1 and level 2, and have gained a sound understanding of the theory behind them. In addition to this, you will be inducted in the use of the workshop facilities, and have a better understanding of the technical terms involved in welding.
This Certificate is an internationally recognised qualification from City & Guilds.
Upon completion of the level 2, you will then undertake a controlled weld test to BS 4872 standard.
The CSWTO certification assures that our fully-trained tutors, facilities, equipment and teaching materials meet the standards required by industry. CSWIP Welding Instructors are competent to work according to the main international welding standards.
The course is assessed via City & Guilds, weld tests are carried out internally for the
BS EN 4872, and certified by The Welding Institute.
- During this course you will be able to:
*Produce welds in either flat/horizontal or vertical
*Work with specified materials, thicknesses and tolerances
*Produce flat plate and cylindrical joints
BS4872 is an industry recognised quality standard that applies to a wide range of general fabrication work where an approved welding procedure test is not required. Welds would usually be carried out in accordance with written instructions and the test weld is subject to visual or surface inspection and a destructive test.
The BS4872 coding is suitable for welders that work in situations such as small to medium building frames and general light structural and non- structural work where an approved welding procedure may not be necessary.
The test weld sample will be marked against the BS 4872 quality standards by a CSWIP welding inspector, to ensure it meet the standard. Certification upon successful completion, is issued by The Welding Institute.