Improving Operational Performance Apprenticeship Level 2
This programme is for anyone wanting to start a career as a fabricator or welder and learn the basic skills required in the industry.
Benefits / Skills
As an apprentice fabricator you will assist with the manufacture of products and will use handheld tools. In addition, you will shadow experienced members of the team, use shop floor machinery and maintain a safe working environment.
As an apprentice welder you will prepare materials for welding. In addition, you will weld components in flat, vertical and overhead positions, analyse engineering drawings and examine work pieces for defects.
Below are some Leeds City College apprenticeships you could potentially progress on to once you have completed this programme:
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Electrical/Electronic Apprenticeship Level 3
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Mechanical Manufacturing Apprenticeship Level 3
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Welders are judged by their skill level and do not require university qualifications to progress.
94.7% of apprentices found our college induction useful and provided them with the knowledge required for their course.
The average salary for a qualified Fabricator is £26,415.
How do I know that the employer environment is safe?
Leeds City College has a responsibility for the safeguarding for all of its learners. We conduct safety checks on all of our employers to ensure the environment our apprentices are working in is compliant with health and safety laws and has minimised any potential risks related to their job role.
This will be my child’s first job. Is there any support available to get them ready?
Yes, they will be brought in to the college for an information session prior to being sent to an employer. This session will cover information on apprenticeships and an introduction to employability topics such as interview techniques and CV writing. If your child requires further support, we have a link with a local authority for further employability training.