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Engineering - Fabrication and Welding SEMTA Advanced Apprenticeship FR00790: Pathway 6 at Hull College Group

Course description

Hull College offers Apprenticeships tailor-made to suit individual needs to succeed in employment. 

Typically learners will study a range of welding processes which can include: Gas, MIG, TIG, MMA and Oxy Fuel Cutting.

Hull College provides candidates with the skill set required to gain skilled status in fabrication and welding disciplines.

All Apprentices in Engineering are required to successfully complete three types of qualification:
1) Competence based
2) Knowledge based
3) Transferrable skills.

Course content

The Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma competence qualification matches the apprentice’s job role.

The knowledge qualification is selected to allow apprentices to develop higher levels of understanding about the world of engineering; typically this qualification is the Level 3 Diploma in Fabrication and Welding.

The transferrable skills qualifications require learners to demonstrate competence in English, Mathematics and ICT which can be demonstrated through Functional/Key Skills or GCSE qualifications.

Entry requirements

Typically 4 GCSEs A* - C to include Maths, English and Science / Level 2 Fabrication and Welding (with Functional Maths and English) / First Diploma in Engineering / Apprenticeship in Engineering.

Learners must be employed within an engineering company willing to sponsor them through their Apprenticeship.


Assessed in the workplace with a range of units that match the apprentice’s job role.

Future opportunities

Higher Education or further employment opportunities.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hull College Group directly.

Last updated date: 25 April 2016

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