Fabricating and Welding Apprentice GFSA Ltd
To learn and carry out the welding processes Tig/Mig/Fcaw/MMA and Sub-arc with associated paperwork trail. Fabrication involves the marking out, production of templates, cutting, forming, profiling, fitting, measuring and welding materials to create the desired product form in accordance to specification.
Closing date: 21 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: 40.00
Possible start date
29 Aug 2022
16 Jun 2022
Level 2 (GCSE)
Via this Apprenticeship, you will learn and develop in a role with the following responsibilities:
- To learn and carry out the welding processes Tig/Mig/Fcaw/MMA and Sub-arc with associated paperwork trail
- Fabrication involves the marking out, production of templates, cutting, forming, profiling, fitting, measuring and welding materials to create the desired product form in accordance to specification
- Carry out welding processes in TIG/FCAW/MMA by way of Weld Procedures, Job Packs and Route Cards
- To carry out various contracts/projects with regards to fabrication and welding
- Work autonomously with supervision and have a good team working ethic
- To partake in our mandatory training program
- Work in a clean/tidy exhibiting good housekeeping within your working environment
- Work in a safe manner, follow instructions and standard procedures
Requirements and prospects
- Must be able to read and work to drawings
- Must be able to recognise and understand welding symbols
- Able to use a variety of hand, machine and measuring tools and equipment
- Have a passion for Engineering and a keen interest in Welding/Fabrication
- Be practical and enjoy working with hands and have an analytical mind
- Must be conscientious, ambitious and willing to learn and strive for continuous improvement
- Must be able and willing to work as a team player
- Must be able to communicate both internally and externally
- Must be diligent, enthusiastic and retain integrity even when working in extreme pressurised conditions.
- Must be flexible and well organised
Applicants must have GCSE Grade A-D / 9-3 or Functional Skills Level 1 or 2 in maths and English Language.
Following the successful completion of your Apprenticeship, you will progress to level 3 or become a full time employee as a Welder/Fabricator, with further opportunities for progression within the company and further Training and development opportunities.
About the employer
GFSA specialises in the design and manufacture of customised, high integrity filters, strainers and flame arresters in carbon steel, stainless steel, duplex, titanium and many other exotic alloys. Established in the UK in 1997 we have become a leading supplier to the oil and gas, petrochemical, power generation, water and process industries worldwide.
Our expert team is full of individuals that have completed an Apprenticeship here at GFSA, it is something that the company is 100% committed to. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you and invite you to learn more about our company and the opportunities that exist here for you to start and progress within an exciting and rewarding career in Engineering.
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Dudley College of Technology
Julie Perks 01384 363314 email@example.com
Full training will be provided on an ongoing daily basis and when required. You will be required to attend college premises. You will work towards a technical qualificatia - a City and Guilds Level 2 Engineering qualification. An assessor will be allocated to you to progress/help you through you course. Continual assessment for NVQ’s coupled with assignments/or exams depending on course of study. Time spent training will be part of the agreed contracted hours of the working week.
In addition, you will receive:
- Company induction placements throughout the business
- Ongoing personal development
- Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Development Knowledge)
Level 2 (GCSE)
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