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Short Courses

Short Courses

Abrasive Wheels

All persons a company has identified as being responsible for the mounting or supervision of the mounting of abrasive wheels. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Bench Fitting

This practical hands on training course is designed to give delegates the required skills, theory and practice of bench fitting techniques. Within this two-day workshop delegates will learn how to work from engineering drawings to produce components.For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

CAD for Beginners

A 2 day introductory course for those looking to gain knowledge in the use of Computer Aided Design. Using an industry standard CAD package (AutoCAD 2017) we will cover basic package functions, laying out drawings and creating basic 2D images. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

3D CAD for Beginners (AutoCAD 2017)

A practical course of anyone looking to make the transition from 2D to 3D CAD or engineers looking to make the change into design. Using an industry standard CAD package (AutoCAD 2017) we go from basic sketching to modelling, laying out drawings to creating basic assemblies on a custom designed template. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Electrical and Electronic - An Introduction Including Fault Finding

This three-day introductory course is designed for those looking to develop a sound basic knowledge of electrical and electronic principles including the different types of power supply, circuits, their layout and basic fault finding, enabling a greater understanding of this engineering discipline. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Fine Line Maintenance

This three-day introductory course is designed for production or manufacturing operators who are required to undertake routine preventative and basic maintenance activities on modern plant and equipment. This course adopts a common sense approach to enable those with limited technical knowledge to plan, complete and record first line maintenance activities. Delegates will acquire the skills and confidence needed to check, monitor and record the condition of process or production equipment. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Machine Tools - An Introduction to Centre Lathe Turning

This hands-on three-day course combines on-machine practical exercises and instruction with classroom sessions to enable delegates to safely set and operate a centre lathe. This training programme is suitable for engineers of all levels. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Machine Tools - An Introduction to Vertical Milling

This three-day milling machine training course gives delegates the skills and knowledge they need safely to operate a vertical milling machine to produce engineering products. Using a combination of relevant theory and hands-on instruction and practise, delegates will acquire the skills and knowledge to make the most productive use of a vertical milling machine. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Measuring Skills

This one-day introductory measuring skills course is aimed at new people entering the engineering industry, who require a practical approach to measurement skills and techniques. Upon successful completion of the course. This course is suitable for any person needing to measure manufactured components. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Oxy/Acetylene Cutting and Heating in an Engineering Environment

This is a one day course suitable for anyone that may be required to heat or cut low carbon steel using an Oxy/Acetylene cutting plant. You may or may not have previous experience. You may never have received any formal training and therefore you are unable to prove that you are competent and safe. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Pneumatics - An Introduction, Fault Finding and Diagnostics

This two-day introductory technical skills course is designed to give instruction and practice of components, circuit construction and fault finding techniques for pneumatics. Training will take place both in the classroom and workshop. The course is aimed at maintenance personnel and anyone who is required to work with pneumatic systems. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Safe Use of Bandsaws

Those attending the course will cover all aspects of setting, operating and general maintenance of bandsaws with reference to current health & safety requirements. This course takes place in the classroom and in the workshop. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Understanding Engineering Drawings

This is a one-day introductory reading engineering drawings course is aimed at those who are required to read, understand and interpret engineering drawings as part of their manufacturing role. By learning how to read engineering drawings and interpret them, delegates will be better able to understand the specific requirements of a project and feed these back to the organisation. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Welding - An Introduction to Metal Inert Gas (MIG)

This course is aimed at people who have minimal or no Mig welding experience. You may be a maintenance engineer, apprentice or someone who would like to know how to weld using the Mig process. Your job role is likely to involve manufacture and/or the repair of production or maintenance equipment. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

Welding - An Introduction to Manual Metal Arc (MMA)

This course is aimed at people who have minimal or no Manual Metal Arc welding experience. You may be a maintenance engineer, apprentice or someone who would like to know how to weld using the MMA process. Your job role is likely to involve manufacture and/or the repair of production or maintenance equipment. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

An Introduction to Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG)

This course is aimed at people who have minimal or no Tig welding experience. You may be a maintenance engineer, apprentice or someone who would like to know how to weld using the Tig process. Your job role is likely to involve manufacture and/or the repair of production or maintenance equipment. For more information contact Business Development on 01536 408188

 

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