Metalworking Skills And Wrought Iron Crafts
This course aims to provide you with a working knowledge of metals and welding. It also provides access to engineering machinery to enable you to manufacture light engineering components
Course Code: 70173
Duration: 33 Weeks
- Health and safety
- Using machine and hand tools
- Welding techniques
- Hot and cold decorational metalwork
- Gas welding
- MIG welding
- Sheet metal development
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