Metal Fabricator Apprentice ROBEY ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS LIMITED
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a successful engineering business based in Burton as their new metal fabricator apprentice.
Closing date: 19 Aug 2022
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 40
Possible start date
22 Aug 2022
07 Jul 2022
Level 3 (A level)
What will the apprentice be doing?
As a welding fabricator, you will be responsible for joining metal using a variety of techniques, often to form new structures. Duties may include cutting and welding materials according to technical plans created by other construction professionals.
- Carrying out gas welding techniques to manufacture items and components in accordance with approved welding procedures and quality requirements
- Cutting materials into the required shapes, checking dimensions and thicknesses
- Welding or joining metal and other materials into a wide range of structures & Welding metals components and materials
- Following engineering plans, drawings and instructions
- Operating tools and machinery and welding equipment
- Visually inspecting welds and understand all types of testing
- Dismantling metal structures
- Cleaning tools, equipment and work areas
- Wearing safety clothing and using protective equipment
- Working on a construction site or in a workshop.
- Interpreting assembly drawings and instructions.
- Understanding the clients’ requirements and specifications.
- Working methodically to correctly complete the task, without taking shortcuts or improvising, responsible to your supervisor for all activities
- Following a sequence of operations to accomplish the task.
- Setting up the welding machines and other necessary equipment for the task.
- Use a grinder to smooth and clean as appropriately prior to and after welding
- Preparing reports of the work completed.
meet your targets and contribute to those of the team as a whole
- Performing quality control checks on the finished product.
- Attend additional training courses as identified by your manager
- Adhering to the company’s safety standards and working procedures, follow risk assessments and all H&S documents
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
An apprenticeship allows you to earn a wage, gain valuable work experience and industry specific competence. You will be expected to work towards the Metal Fabricator Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard, with support from your employer and the Chesterfield College Group.
Metal Fabricator Apprenticeship Standard: Level 3 Technical Certificate in Advanced Engineering Manufacturing, Portfolio Development covering the Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours required, Gateway, End Point Assessment
As part of your apprenticeship, and dependent on your prior attainment, you may be required to complete maths and English Functional Skills which is an integral part of your apprenticeship. Upon successful completion you will be awarded additional certificates of recognition for these qualifications.
What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
- Full time job with the company
- Continued training and development
Requirements and prospects
Desired skills and personal qualities
GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4/C or above) Essential
GCSE or equivalent Engineering (Grade 4/C or above) Desired
Things to consider
About the employer
TRAINING SERVICES 2000 LTD
Level 3 (A level)
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