Who is this course aimed at?
This course is aimed at people who have an interested in engineering; maybe for a hobby, interest, home project or even beginning to consider a change in career.
Overview of the course
Introduction to Basic Health and Safety in the Fabrication Workshop. You will be working with mild steel and tin plate up to 1mm thick. You will learn various folding, bending and forming technics. Using specific tools and machines associated to sheet metal fabrication.
Anyone can enrol, the course is open to anyone with an interest in engineering.
Dates and Times
10th November 2020 - 15th December 2020
23rd February 2021 - 13th April 2021
6 weeks – one evening per week for 3 hrs.
- Workshop health and safety.
- Correct use of tools and application.
- Use of machines such as guillotine, rollers and folder.
- Produce a fabrication using the skills been shown
The course is practical and based in our college engineering workshops. The tutor will demonstrate techniques and processes, correct and accurate use of tools and equipment and will support you through practice (formative) activities to develop your skills and knowledge.
There will be no test/examination associated with this course.
You will need to bring your own steel toe capped boots and overall. We will provide all other safety equipment, and tools, equipment and materials etc.
If you would like to enrol, you can do so via our Enrol Now page.
If you have any further questions about York College please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01904) 770770.
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