Sheet Metalworking - Apprenticeship

Technological University Dublin - City Campus

 

Course Name Sheet Metalworking - Apprenticeship
Course Provider Technological University Dublin - City Campus
Alternative Provider(s) TU Dublin - Technological University Dublin
Course Code 6M20523
Course Type Apprenticeship
Qualifications
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Level 6 Advanced Certificate (Level 6 NFQ)  More info... Major QQI Level 6 NFQ
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Attendance Options Full time, Daytime
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Commencement Date
Phase 4 and Phase 6 Intakes in September / January / April
Duration The overall duration of this apprenticeship is a minimum of 4 years provided all phases are successfully completed.
Application Date Schedule
Registrations open all year

How to become an Apprentice
You must obtain employment as an apprentice in your chosen occupation.

The employer must be approved to train apprentices.

The employer must register you as an apprentice within two weeks of recruitment.

In certain crafts, apprenticeship applicants are required to pass a colour vision test approved by SOLAS.
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Entry Requirements

Expand+Entry Requirements
The minimum age at which the employment of an apprentice may commence is 16 years of age.

The minimum educational requirements are:

1. Grade D in five subjects in the Department of Education & Skills Junior Certifi cate Ex...

Course Fee Fees (EU)
€1,000 per Term
Comment Level
NFQ Level 6

Award
QQI Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft – Sheet Metal Work

Awarding Body
QQI
Course Content

Expand+What is a Sheet Metal Worker?
Sheet metal workers work with thin metal sheets (up to 3mm thick) which they bend, cut and shape using hammers, small presses, roller machines and guillotines. Sheet metal workers work with sheet steel, galvanised stee...

Subjects Taught

Expand+Apprenticeship Training Programme

Phase 1: With Employer
Induction Training
Introduction to Health & Safety
Introduction to Tools & Equipment
Introduction to Basic Skills

Phase 2: Delivered in Training Centre (20 weeks)
Course Content:
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Careers or Further Progression

Expand+Opportunities on Qualifi cation
On successful completion of the apprenticeship programme, apprentices are qualifi ed to work within the recognised trade or profession.

Where craftspersons have the necessary ability and initiative, opportunities ...

Further Enquiries Contact Us
Mark Deegan, Head of Apprenticeships
mark.deegan@tudublin.ie
Location Location
City Centre: Bolton Street
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