Anetic Aid Ltd

Welder (MIG, TIG, MMA) Apprentice - Intermediate (Level 2)

Anetic Aid Ltd (Employer)

Peta Limited (Training Provider)

Annual wage £10,140.00
37.0 hours per week Monday 07:30-16:00, Tuesday-Thursday 07:30-17:00 and Friday 07:30-12:30.
15 months (duration)
12 September 2022(start date)
General welder (arc processes) (apprenticeship standard)
31 August 2022 (application closing date)
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Job Description

You will learn how to cut materials using powered tools and thermal processes preparing them for assembly and welding operations. You will learn how to complete manual arc welding processes including Tungsten Inert Gas, Manual Metal Arc and Metal Inert Gas using a range of materials.


What will the apprentice be doing?

  • You will be planning and preparing to weld materials
  • As a welding apprentice, you will be interpreting technical specifications & drawings
  • You will be checking that materials conform to the specifications
  • As a welding apprentice, you will be preparing materials ready for welding
  • You will be setting the welding equipment, making adjustments as required
  • As a welding apprentice, you will be making joints to the specifications
  • You will monitor the parameters throughout, once complete you will visually inspect the welds
  • As a welding apprentice you will learn how to take precautions to control distortion
  • Once finished, you will complete documentation related to the production process

What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?

When your formal engineering welding apprenticeship starts, you will be paid and day-released to PETA in Havant for the duration of your programme. This will start by learning how to work safely, efficiently and use technical information. You will also learn how to prepare and use Manual Metal Arc (MMA), Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) and Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding equipment.

You will be completing the level 2 general welder (arc processes) standard. Overall duration is 15 months.

What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?

As an engineering welding apprentice, this programme will form part of Anetic Aid's succession planning for the future. You will be trained, supported and monitored throughout. Once the apprenticeship has been completed there may be a permanent position available for the right candidate.

Reality Check

We would encourage early submissions of applications, as these will be considered on receipt and suitable candidates invited for interview. We reserve the right to withdraw the advertisement early if the vacancy is filled before the closing date.

Skills Required

Communication skills, Problem solving skills, Logical, Motivation and drive, Open minded, Willing to develop knowledge, Willing to develop skills, Dexterity hand skills, Hand to eye co-ordination, Learn through instruction, Learn through experience

Qualifications Required

GCSE or equivalent English (Grade A*-C/4-9 or level 2 equivalent) Essential
GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade A*-C/4-9 or level 2 equivalent) Essential
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