Fabrication and Welding Apprenticeship
£156.00 - Weekly
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Responsibilities will include:
- To work under the supervision of a skilled fabricator learning how to become a competent fabricator using Metal Inert Gas (MIG) and Manual Metal Arc (MMA)
- Be able to read and interpret engineering drawings
- Under supervision learn the requirements associated with plating/welding
- Maintain a good attitude and good standard of Health and Safety and general housekeeping
- Learn how to use measuring equipment and ensure that defects are prevented at all times
- Maintain a good attitude to quality and report non-conformances immediately to Supervision
- Working with a skilled fabricator and under instruction of the Production Manager report any delays in completion of work
- Working with a skilled fabricator and, under instruction of the Production Manager, learn the necessary skills to carry out a full inspection of all work produced
- Be punctual and self-motivated at all times
- Through discussion with production manager and mentor, identify when ready to work under your own initiative with minimal supervision on set tasks
- Highlight to senior management if further training is required or if training needs are not being met
Langtons (Northalleton) Ltd was a local ironmongers and blacksmith working for mainly the farming community specialising in agricultural machinery and milking equipment installations.
This business was acquired by Walter Thompson in 1961 and following the move to its new premises on Finkills Way, Northallerton in 1975, the company then started to develop the steel fabrication side of the business to sit alongside its thriving agricultural engineering work.
The company added construction site equipment to its manufacturing facilities in the mid 1990s, and the company can trace its origins back to 1830 when it operated a forge and ironworks business on Friarage Street, Northallerton.
In 2018 Langton’s moved to a purpose built facility on Thurston Road, Northallerton and continues to provide structural steel and products to the construction industry.
A minimum of 5 GCSEs at grades C/4 or above (or equivalent) including maths and English.
- Good problem-solving skills
- Good communication skills
- Highly motivated
- Ready to show initiative
- Has a genuine interest in engineering and keenness to learn
- Polite and positive attitude
- Ability to work individually and as part of a bigger team
- Ability to use hand and power tools
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