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Course List

Fabrication, Welding, Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance Training Courses

The CEATA Training Academy offers an extensive range of engineering courses. Each course is created to promote vocational skills that will support your career and help you to achieve your goals.

Please see below for more information about the courses available at the academy.

If you need help deciding which course is best for your current ability or want more information on course data and availability, please contact Karen Hodgson on 0115 986 6321 or email ceata@canalengineering.co.uk.

See a calendar of scheduled courses


Level 3 Metal Fabricator 3-4 years View Course Info
Level 3 Engineering Technician 3 - 4 years - Dates Available View Course Info
Level 2 Engineering Operative 12-18 months View Course Info

For Unemployed People (Sector Based Work Academy)

Maintenance Fitter leading to NVQ Level 1 Performing Engineering Operations 3 weeks View Course Info
Fabrication and Welding leading to NVQ Level 2 Performing Engineering Operations 6 weeks View Course Info
Engineering Maintenance and Installation 25 weeks View Course Info
Diploma in Engineering Technology Level 2 25 weeks, 2 days per week View Course Info

NVQ’s (Practical Assessment/Competence)

NVQ Level 2/3 – Welding 6 months View Course Info
NVQ Level 2 – Installing Architectural Metalwork, required for CSCS Site Worker Card 6 months View Course Info
NVQ Level 1 – Maintenance Fitter 6 months View Course Info

Call us Today

To discuss a training course, arrange a visit to the Academy and receive expert advice, please contact the CEATA Training Manager; you’ll be glad you did!

Call: 0115 986 6321 or Email Us

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