Engineering Welding & Fabrication

Engineering Welding & Fabrication

Duration: 4 Years
Available: All Year

A Modern Apprenticeship in Engineering Welding & Fabrication can be a great career path to choose.

Working on a variety of projects including the  supply and installation of structural steel for football stadiums, hotels, offices and some potentially iconic architectural projects.

You could also be involved in manufacturing everything from garden gates, security fencing to steel beams, the variety is endless with most of projects being used within construction, domestic  and ship building industries.

For further details please call Dee on 01505 323026 or email

Approved By: EAL, SQA & SEMTA

Level 2 PEO – Performing Engineering Operations

The candidates will spend approximately 20 weeks here at P & J Training where they will complete the minimum of 8 units in the Engineering Welding & Fabrication pathway. This will include Health & Safety units, MIG, TIG, MMA welding, Oxy Acetelyn  and Sheet Metal work.

Level 3 – skills unit

This is a work based qualification and will be delivered within your employers workplace.  Typically you will work alongside a mentor learning your “trade” working on a variery of different projects and  building up your portfolio of evidence and knowledge throughout the next 3 – 3.5 years.  Our assessor from P & J Training will visit approximately every 4 weeks throughout your apprenticeship training to carry out assessments of your work.


Typically you will attend college on a day release basis over 2 years to gain the minimum of an National Certificate in Engineering Welding & Fabrication. In some cases your employer may wish you to complete an HNC in Engineering Welding & Fabrication also.

You will be assessed and supported by P & J Training throughout the duration of your apprenticeship


At the end of your training you will receive your award for Modern Apprentice in Engineering Welding & Fabrication.

Here at P & J we can offer apprenticeship training to any age group – however, we receive a funding contribution from Skills Development Scotland for 16–19 year olds , 20–24 year olds and now 25+

The amount will vary depending on the age of the apprentice.

Please contact Dee on 01505 323026 or email

Candidates should complete our application form and email this, together with a copy of your CV and your school/college qualifications to:-

Ideally potential candidates should have school qualifications to National 5 level C and above in the following subjects:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physics or Chemistry
  • Design & Manufacture or Graphic Communication
  • Plus a practical subject e.g. Engineering Skills, Woodwork etc.