The College is now a proud member of the Certification Scheme for Welder Training Organisations (CSWTO) and have also made an investment in new equipment, putting them at the top of their welding game.
“I am so proud of our TWI accreditation,” says Denise Thomas, Learning Area Manager for Engineering, “It is a testament to the commitment and innovation of our team that we have secured this opportunity, giving learners and employers access to exceptional resources and industry-recognised qualifications.”
The College currently delivers Level 1-3 Welding courses (via City and Guilds), 4265 and Apprenticeships in Welding with an option to pursue a BS4872 upon completion.
A range of coded welding courses are also offered including ASME 1X, EN287 and EN906, tailored to existing skills needs after assessment. Additionally, preparation for a CSWIP 3.0 Visual Inspection course is offered both during the daytime and evening, using College facilities.
The WNF Steering Group is made up of 9 industry leading professionals who champion ideas from members, and take them forward with the Welsh Government to make a significant impact within the Nuclear Industry.