Further Welding Techniques

About the course

This course is directed at students with some previous knowledge of basic welding, ideally candidates that have attended our Basic Welding Techniques course. It aims to develop the different welding techniques previously studied and demonstrate how to use them safely in the preparation and fabrication of their own project.

By the end of the 4 weeks, students should have completed the project under the watchful eye of our instructor, having been given advice and tuition on any further skills required and to improve their level of skill and decide which welding process best suits your needs

Additional Information

Candidates applying for this course MUST have previous experience of welding and to a reasonable level of competence

The tutor will only offer guidance on improving their background knowledge in relation to the project that they are undertaking

Myerscough College Agricultural Engineering Courses
Myerscough College Agricultural Engineering Courses

Agricultural Engineering

Agricultural engineering involves the development, operation, maintenance and testing of highly specialised agricultural machinery. Students learn practical skills such as how agricultural machines work, maintenance techniques, welding and fabrication and machinery repair. 

The courses incorporate a mix of practicals, classroom lectures, industry visits and case study exercises, including assessment in practicals and written assignments. Employers are keen to employ Myerscough students as they have both the practical workshop skills and the managerial expertise that they require.