Qualification: Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Fabrication & Welding
Adam came to CEATA through the government sponsorship scheme to better his skills and become an accredited welder.
In the first week Adam proved to show his knowledge of welding and fabrication fitting into the structure of the course very well.
With some previous experience, Adams confidence was higher than most but his lack of Mathematics and English previously held him back from many job prospects.
Throughout the course Adam constantly improved his skill set and found the practical element of the course very valuable.
Allowing a hands-on experience to perform welding at a recognised standard, Adam concentrated on his positive attributes and continued to work hard to achieve his Diploma.
“As a future goal, I would like to work my way up in an engineering company as I really enjoy welding and the new career move feels right!”
Now trained and accredited, Adam is looking for work as a welder or engineer and is open to joining the Canal Engineering work force or similar company in the future with further teachings in fabrication.