Introduction to metalwork and welding

In this course participants will be introduced to some of the many ways of fabricating in metal through producing your own sculptural objects or design. Participants will be introduced to welding processes including; mig, tig, spot, gas and arc as well as other metalworking techniques, including riveting, punching, drilling and wider methods of mechanical joining.

At the end of the course participants will leave with their own finished projects as well as a wider understanding of range of skills required to continue working in metal.

Emphasis will be placed on all aspects of Health and Safety for all processes covered including the correct and safe use of all equipment and materials.

The course costs cover tuition, materials and consumables. Personal protective equipment (PPE) will be provided


Introduction to metalwork and welding

Course leader Eden Jolly, SSW Senior Technician
Places: 4 (Beginners +)
Cost: £250
22nd – 23rd September 2018

Time: 10am – 5pm

Booking: Call 01464 861372 or email admin@ssw.org.uk

Additional Information:

If you have any questions or concerns in this area please contact us at admin@ssw.org.uk .

Warm work clothes must be worn. Overalls, steel toecap boots and personal protection equipment will be provided and must be worn as directed, at all times. (Please bring your own steel toecap boots, overalls or fine particle masks if owned)

*Self – catering accommodation so remember to bring food, basic provisions can be bought at the village garage.

  • Share