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Welding BS4872 Part 1 or Part 2 1982 Test - 1 Day

Summary

Course Overview Move your welding career forward with The Welding Institute’s (TWI's) BS4872 welding qualification. The course comprises Parts 1 and 2 testing to enable candidates who already have knowledge of welding to be able to comply with industry standards. 0nce you successfully complete the course you will effectively receive the BS4872 welder qualification code, which proves you have reached the required standard.

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25 Jun 2024
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
01 Aug 2024
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
30 Oct 2024
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
20 Nov 2024
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
11 Dec 2024
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
08 Jan 2025
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
05 Feb 2025
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
05 Mar 2025
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
02 Apr 2025
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day
23 Apr 2025
Lancashire Energy HQ
1 Day

Where can this subject lead?

Career progression

Once you successfully complete the course, you will receive the TWI-accredited BS4872 welder qualification code, which proves you have reached the required standard. This is an industry-recognised qualification that will enable you to move your career forward.

Key information

Entry Requirements

 

You should already have some welding skills (or have completed the appropriate preparation course) and be ready to achieve the level needed to comply with industry standards.

 

Other Costs and Equipment Needed

All the equipment and resources you need are provided by B&FC at no extra cost.

 

Please note: Where wearing PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is a mandatory requirement of the course, it is the responsibility of the learner to ensure that they are able to wear such equipment. Further information can be obtained at the IAG session which all applicants are invited to or by calling Course Enquiries on 01253 504343.

Qualification obtained

Welding BS4872 Part 1 or Part 2 1982 Test - 1 Day

The course consists of practical testing carried out in the College's welding workshop under the supervision of a TWI-accredited assessor.

How will I be assessed?

How will I be assessed?

The course requires you to produce a series of welds to BS4872 standard using your preferred procedure and material.

Each weld you produce will be visually inspected prior to the final assessment taking place.

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