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Welding (SkillWeld)

Welding - Thomas BeardsleyWelding Nathan Davies Welding Luke Lawrence

 

Registration for the SkillWeld 2017 Passive Stage is now Closed. 

If you would like to attend a heat to see the competitions in action, please email customer.services@semta.org.uk.

If you are interested in taking part next year please read our information leaflets that provide an outline of the competition.

The SkillWeld 2017 competition is made up of the following stages:-

 

1. Passive Heats (until 1st April)

The following information for which can be found on the SkillWeld 2017 website:
• Guidelines for SkillWeld 2017 Passive Heats
• SkillWeld 2017 - Passive Heat Test Piece Marking Sheet
• Passive Test Piece 2017
• Passive Test Piece WJ 2017

Once the passive stage of the competition has been completed up to the deadline of April 1st, competitors who achieve a score of 250+ will then be required to register for the 2017 WSUK Competition Cycle open on WSUK, this registration system opens on Wednesday 1st March and closes on Friday 7th April – if you are interested in becoming involved when the registrations open, please read our information leaflets below that provide an outline of the competition.

The SkillWeld competition is aimed at trainee welders with good levels of skill in MMC, MIG/MAG and TIG. The competition is designed to test your skills in the three main, manual fusion processes. During the Semi Final stage of the competition you will be asked to complete four weld tests. All four of the test pieces are mandatory.

2. Semi-Finals (April – June)

3. National final (November)

 

Competition Information Leaflets

 Download the Welding leaflet. 

Download the Welding Training to Succeed booklet.

 

 

 

 

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