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Do you aspire to work within the sectors of construction, engineering or aerospace engineering? Welders are integral to these industries, using techniques such as soldering, brazing and welding to create metal parts, products and sculptures.

Welding and fabrication courses ensure that you are professionally trained for careers such as a welder, assembler, machine operator, supervisor, welding inspector, construction welding technician, manufacturing welding technician, engineer, robotics repair and maintenance technician.

Due to the high level of skill involved, welders with a high level of expertise are always in demand and therefore can expect high salaries and busy workloads.

Average Salary
Welder, Metal Plate Worker
Suggested Occupations
Industry Growth
Welding & FabricationLevel 1, Level 2
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