Newtown St Boswells Campus
This course will give students an introduction to electrics, hydraulics, various welding techniques (MIG, TIG, MMA) and working with sheet metal to construct various artefacts using cutting and bending equipment. There will also be the opportunity to operate land-based machinery, such as tractors and ATVs. The course will include contextualised core skills and sustainability. An important part of this course is work placement in the land-based sector.
An interest in agricultural engineering would be beneficial. Subject to satisfactory interview, two positive references and a skills test.
NC Fabrication and Welding Engineering or other relevant course at SCQF Level 5 or 6
Construction and Engineering