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Agricultural Welding for beginners

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Learning Area   Land-based Engineering & Technology
Delivery Mode   Part-time
Duration   1 Day

Dates & Locations

Location   Duchy College Stoke Climsland
Start Date   15/02/2021
Fees   Tuition Fees: £150.00


This course is suitable for anyone aged 16+ who would like to learn the basics of welding using a Manual Metal Arc (MMA) (arc) welder.

This course will cover:
General health and safety practice when welding.
Set up and use of various types of MMA (arc) welding sets.

All welds carried out will be on a flat level surface the following welds will be taught:
Lap joint
Open Corner
T-Fillet
During the course angle grinders and a band saw will also be used

On completion you will be awarded with a Duchy College attendance certificate.

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