The Engineering department at Lancaster & Morecambe College has a successful training programme for apprentices and advanced apprentices for Fabrication & Welding. Full time courses are offered in Fabrication & Welding, Maintenance Engineering and Electrical Installations. LMC is increasing its training provision for students who are looking to a future in the engineering sector. Companies are increasing their intake of engineering apprentices, with the aim of developing and retaining their skills base.
Ryann Williams, Head of Engineering
“I would just like to thank you for all the help you have given me over the past year. Without the College I would not be in the position I am now. So many thanks and I will hopefully see you once again in the future.”
Ben Baker, Engineering Level 3
Past students have gone on to higher courses in Engineering and the Built Environment. Last year’s students secured employment with EDF, GA Engineering, Bowker IT and Rogerson. Students progress to working as engineers in a wide range of sectors including manufacturing, utilities, marine construction, steel fabrication, laundry clothing processing, fuel storage/distribution, sheet metal fabrication and electrical engineering.
Your future career could be..
|Welder||£16,000 - £35,000|
|Motor Mechanic||£18,000 - £35,000|
|Building Services Engineer||£20,000 - £50,000|
|Rail Engineering Technician||£30,000 - £35,000|
|Mechanical Engineer||£22,000 - £75,000|
Fabrication and Welding Level 2 (A30059-A1A)
What do I need to join?
4 GCSEs at grade D/3 or higher including Maths or English OR a Level 1 related qualification PLUS grade D/3 or higher in Maths or English.
Entry criteria will be applied at the discretion of the course manager.
This course is designed to increase the students level of basic skills and underpinning knowledge gained at level 1 and focus more on welding and fabrication skills.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for school leavers and adults who have an interest in fabrication and welding and may want a career in the fabrication and welding industry.
Course Information Sheet