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HCFE course 5446

L3 FABRICATION & WELDING (ACADEMIC ROUTE)

This programme is aimed at learners who have either completed a Level 2 in Fabrication & Welding or gained four grade 4 GCSE's including Maths & English and wish to develop their knowledge & understanding of Fabrication & Welding.
HCFE course 4983

L2 INTRODUCTORY WELDING

These qualifications are aimed at people who wish to enter into the welding industry or wish to take up welding as a hobby, but who have little or no experience in this field. It will enable people to gain the basic competences, skills and knowledge of differing processes and specialise in an area of their choice.
HCFE course 5276

L2 INTRODUCTORY WELDING

These qualifications are aimed at people who wish to enter into the welding industry or wish to take up welding as a hobby, but who have little or no experience in this field. It will enable people to gain the basic competences, skills and knowledge of differing processes and specialise in an area of their choice.
HCFE course 4982

L1 INTRODUCTORY WELDING

These qualifications are aimed at people who wish to enter into the welding industry or wish to take up welding as a hobby, but who have little or no experience in this field. It will enable people to gain the basic competences, skills and knowledge of differing processes and specialise in an area of their choice.
HCFE course 5275

L1 INTRODUCTORY WELDING

These qualifications are aimed at people who wish to enter into the welding industry or wish to take up welding as a hobby, but who have little or no experience in this field. It will enable people to gain the basic competences, skills and knowledge of differing processes and specialise in an area of their choice.
HCFE course 5114

CSWIP 3.0 VISUAL WELDING INSPECTOR

This course is designed for welders, operators, line inspectors and foreman who carry out the visual examination of welded joints. It is also suitable for welding quality control staff.
HCFE course 5066

CODED WELDING TRAINING

Specifically designed to suit each individual's requirements, ensuring that the individual develops the skills in order to carry out welding tasks competently and to test standard.
HCFE course 5065

CODED WELDING TESTING - (ASME IX/ BSEN ISO 9606)

This international coding standard is suitable for pressure vessels, pressure pipe work and other critical applications such as bridges and some structural steel work applications.
HCFE course 5064

CODED WELDING TESTING (BS4872)

BS4872 applies to a wide range of general fabrication work where an approved welding procedure test is not required.
HCFE course 5120

BESCA HVCA WELDING TESTS

Those working in the heating and ventilation industry, and have access to welding experience on site.

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