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  • Fabrication and Welding  at Yorkshire Coast College
  • Fabrication and Welding  at Yorkshire Coast College
Life is made of ever so many partings welded together
Charles Dickens
Fabrication and Welding  courses at Yorkshire Coast College

Fabrication and Welding

It’s understandable why Fabrication & Welding is one of our most popular programmes, we have some of the most up-to-date equipment and industry standard workshops in the UK, and you’ll be working in them to learn the latest techniques and skills that could see you get a fantastic career.

Scarborough and the surrounding region has become an industrial hotbed for industries that will require numerous Welders, Fabricators, Fitters, and Steel Workers in the coming years, so train at Yorkshire Coast College and look forward to a lifetime of career success.

Fabrication and Welding learners will cover aspects such as understanding cutting, forming and joining metal and using different methods of carrying out sheet metal cutting, forming and assembly including Oxy-Acetylene equipment and Manual Metal Arc and TIG welding.

If you are considering going to University after you have completed a Level 3 qualification you could choose to continue your training at Yorkshire Coast College with a HNC or HND in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Steel Erector
  • Plaster/Pipefitter
  • Sheet Metal Worker
  • Vehicle Fabrication
  • Workshop Supervisor
  • Mechanical Operative


Learners will cover aspects such as cutting, forming and joining metal, sheet metal cutting, forming and assembly including Oxy-fuel equipment and manual metal arc and TIG welding.
Work related activity will enable learners to put their knowledge into practice.
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Luke Sherwood
Luke Sherwood
Luke Sherwood, a Level 3 Fabrication Apprentice, was named as the national champion of Construction Metalwork at the UKSkills competitions, held at Birmingham NEC. Luke, who could now form part of the UK Team competing in Abu Dhabi in 2017, said:

“It was an amazing experience. Without the Institute none of this would have happened, the tutors have really helped me a lot and even stayed back and worked extra hours to help me, teaching me things that I didn’t know, and that’s what helped me do so well. I feel really proud to be number one.”

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