Come Join Us - We are looking for a Dispatch Warehouse Operative to join our team

by Rapid Welding 28. November 2018 07:31

Dispatch Warehouse Operative

Location: Portsmouth PO6
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £18,525.00 /year

 

WORKING HOURS: 43.5 Hours per Week, Monday to Thursday 0800 to 1700, Friday 0800 to 1600. You must also have the flexibility to work extra hours. 30 minutes paid lunch

SALARY: c£18525 pa including paid lunch.

HOLIDAY: 20 paid days per year + bank holidays (Some leave mandatory to cover period business is closed between Christmas and New Year)

** Candidates MUST have a Full Driving Licence, you will be based at the warehouse and will provide cover for fellow stores people / delivery drivers when required **

JOB OVERVIEW

We have a fantastic new job opportunity for a Dispatch Warehouse Operative

Successful candidates will predominately work as a Dispatch Warehouse Operative. You will also provide holiday relief cover for stores colleagues and delivery drivers. You will need to have a Full Driving Licence and the flexibility to go out on deliveries at short notice.

Working as the Dispatch Warehouse Operative you will work within a team to ensure that all goods are put away correctly, and orders are picked, checked, and dispatched correctly.

As a Dispatch Warehouse Operative you will support the smooth running of the warehouse and be responsible for preparing paperwork, to deadlines, to support courier deliveries

You should have excellent time management skills and customer service skills, as you will be required to serve on the trade counter while meeting daily deadlines.

DUTIES

Dispatch Warehouse Operative duties and responsibilities include:

  • The correct receiving and putting away of supplier deliveries.
  • The correct picking, checking and packing of sales orders.
  • Completing any relevant documentation required for national and international deliveries.
  • Working in a timely and efficient manner, complying with customer deadlines.
  • Serving customers on the Trade Counter.
  • Assisting drivers with the loading of vehicles when necessary.
  • Very occasionally covering absence of delivery drivers.
  • IDEAL CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
  • Good level of computer literacy
  • Full driving licence
  • Anticipate, respond to and seek to exceed the expectations of existing and potential customers
  • Show support for business values and demonstrate a high level of honesty and integrity
  • Respond positively to changing business circumstances and readily adapt behaviour to maintain effective performance
  • Be able to work in a well-structured manner with strong organisational skills
  • Ensure tasks are completed by set timescales, accurately and with an attention to detail
  • Build and maintain good working relationships, able to communicate effectively with all internal and external stakeholders
  • Good level of literacy and numeracy skills
  • An industrial warehousing background although this is not essential

A current forklift licence would be advantageous but this is not essential.

HOW TO APPLY

To be considered for this job vacancy, please apply via: https://www.indeedjobs.com/rapid-welding--industrial-supplies-ltd-8ebd719/jobs/678601610abc4bdd2a6d

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Keep your welding equipment in tip-top condition and ensure your meeting health and safety acts and legislation's

by Becca 16. November 2018 10:34

Electrical Inspections

To conform with PUWER (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998) welding machines are required to be electrically inspected annually. This is not a PAT test as this is not thorough enough, a machine can pass a PAT test and still be dangerous to use.  All electrical testing is to BS EN 60974-4:2016, which ensures your equipment is working correctly and safely, lowering the risk to employees and helping to meet your insurance requirements.

Validations

Validations of welding equipment is to ensure that the welding equipment is suitable for the intended purpose.  Ensuring it functions correctly and produces the desired welding parameters as per its operation characteristics.  If required validations must happen at least once a year. Some may require it more frequently depending on the work being carried out use of the machine.  Since July 2014, all Structural Steel work and Aluminium must conform to CE marking BS EN 1090, the validations we offer will help you comply with this.

Rapid’s validation tests exceed BS EN 50504:2008 and is fully audited under our ISO certification so you can be sure you are receiving the best service. Calibration certificates for our test equipment are also available from us and online, this validates your certificate. All equipment information is held on our database and reminders are sent, so you can be sure your machines are never out of validation

Servicing

Under PUWER welding machines are required to be kept in good repair, this means they should have a periodic inspection every half a year by the owner or user and an official service at least once a year by a fully trained, competent Service Engineer. Most manufactures state a service schedule, noncompliance with this can void the warranty on new machines.  

Gas Testing

Gas testing should be carried out at least once a year, working with any compressed gas can be dangerous to both life and property. Gas and oxy fuel equipment should be tested regularly to ensure it is operating safely and within maximum efficiency.

Rapid offers a fully comprehensive and cost-efficient gas testing service. Gas equipment is tested to B.C.G.A CP7: REVISION 7 2014 and CP47:2018, the latest standards. A certificate will be issued when equipment is compliant, this provides written evidence that you are proactively following H&SE and PUWER requirements.

This information given in as guidance and varies depending on the equipment in question and the environment it works in, including the amount of use.

These tests stated are covered in numerous health and safety acts and legislation's which can have a negative impact on a business and trading.

Why choose Rapid’s Service Department

  •  We are ISO9001 registered, so you’re assured of a quality service.
  •  We employ 5 full time service personnel, over 3 sites, and hold a large stock of repair parts for a quick turnaround of your machines. 
  •  All our engineers are fully factory trained by major suppliers, meaning we’re a fully approved warranty and repair centre for all our brands. Your machines are repaired by competent trained engineers, saving time and money.
  • All our test equipment is in calibration back to national standards. This means you can be sure our testing is accurate. Calibration certificates for our test equipment are easily available online.
  • We have a fully equipped machine workshop, allowing fabrication of parts for older or obscure machines. This means we can work on machines where parts are no longer available, extending the lifetime of your machine fleet. 
  •  Machine asset list, with historical service / repair information and costs available on our customer portal (machines we have validated or worked on). Let’s you easily see which machines are costing you most money on repairs.
  •  Machine Inspection and Validation Certificates and Product Test Certificates are available any time online, with easy access for you.

As well as planned maintenance and service contracts we can also provide ad-hoc repairs on all types of machines. 

Hire machines are also available from our sister company RentArc Ltd at a discounted rate for service customers, to keep your welders welding.


Welding Helmet Buying Guide

by Admin 30. October 2018 15:15

Not too sure which helmet is right for you? Check out this buying guide to help you choose! 

One of the most essential pieces of equipment when welding is a welding helmet.

The welding helmet plays multiple health and safety roles during the welding process. The correct helmet should provide complete protection, from flying materials to the blinding lights. The purpose of this welding helmet buying guide is to ensure you not only select the correct helmet for your welding applications but for the safety of the welder themselves.

Passive Vs Auto Darkening

A passive lens helmet has a fixed shade, the helmet is worn in the up position while the electrode, gun or torch is positioned. With a quick nod or snap of the neck the operator can flip the helmet into position before striking the arc. For the operator who doesn’t weld often they can find it difficult to position and hold the electrode while snapping the helmet into place.

Auto Darkening

Auto darkening helmets allow for wearing during the positioning of the electrode, gun or torch. This is due to the range of shade lowering usually down to shade 3 or 4, allowing for positioning of the welding equipment, whilst the helmet is in place. When the sensors detect the arc, the lens darkens. This can potentially improve weld quality as there is no movement required before welding can commence.

Fixed/ variable shade

On fixed shade auto darkening helmets, when an arc is detected the helmet will automatically change to the shade opted for on the control dial of the helmet, this doesn’t mean it’s the correct one for the application. If you tend to weld the same application with the same number of amps, this could be the helmet for you. However, if you are continually changing between jobs a variable shade helmet maybe the ideal solution.

Commonly welders do not change the shade for different amps or applications nor do they know exactly what shade they should be on (see table below for correct shades). If you don’t know the right shade for your application, then let the helmet choose for you, choose a model of helmet which can detect and automatically select the correct shade level. This is a new Optrel feature which can be found on their E684 and Panoramaxx helmets, this is also known as autopilot lens detection.

Lens Reaction Time

When switching from setting up your weld to the actual welding consider the lens reaction time, in most cases the quicker the better. The more arc’s you strike in a day the more you’ll appreciate a quicker speed. Some helmets have an adjustable display control, this allows for the lens to stay darker for a period once the arc has stopped, this would be beneficial when welding at high amperages, as molten metal may still emit harmful rays while it cools.

Optical Clarity

The optical clarity defines the quality of view you get through the helmet, you wouldn’t buy a cheap pair of sunglasses, so don’t let the quality slip when it comes to welding, after all you only get one set of eyes!

Optical clarity is governed by European Standards for the welding industry, the standard is known as EN379. Ratings are determined by tests that measure light transmission across the cartridge as well as lights from the cartridge layers. The ratings are displayed as numbers, each defining an aspect: Optical class (distortion), diffusion of light (blurry image), variations on luminous transmittance (even shade) and angle dependence. Ratings are graded on a scale of 1 to 3 in each class. A score of 1 is perfect, while 3 is the worst rating. So, the perfect clarity score is 1/1/1/1.

Viewing Size

The bigger the better right? Not necessarily in this case! Consider your environment when selecting the viewing size of your helmet. The bigger the viewing size, the bigger the helmet and possibly the heavier the helmet.

Number of Sensors

Helmets usually range from 2 sensors to 4. The more sensors the better coverage, if you are welding in restricted areas sensors could be obstructed, therefore the more the better.

Other Things to Consider

Availability of cheater lenses

Power source – Battery powered or battery and solar powered

Comfort — Ensure the helmet has a good fit or has changeable head gear. When wearing the helmet for longer periods, ensure weight is kept to a minimum.  

Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) – Do you require a fresh air unit on your helmet or may require one in the future? Check out the availability of an upgrade to a fresh air unit. PAPR are air fed helmets which supply filtered air back into the helmet to ensure the welder does not breathe in welding fumes.

If we’ve given you too much to think about, don’t hesitate to contact our sales team who will be able to assist in selecting the correct welding helmet for you, sales@rapidwelding.com or on +44 (0)23 92 214 214.

Now for the fun bit . . .

Now you’ve got an idea of the requirements for your desired helmet, let’s review some possibilities.

If you’ve decided you require the Elvis Presley (King) of the welding helmet range, look no further than the Optrel Panoramaxx auto darkening helmet with a E3000 PAPR system everything you could possibly require in a helmet.

• 6-times larger field-of-view compared to standard helmets

• Autopilot, detection of the arc brightness to automatically set the correct shade level

• Fully-automated shade level adjustment

• True Colour View

• Shade level 2.5 in inactive mode

• New energy concept with Lithium-polymere battery

• Optical clarity: 1/1/1/2

Maybe you want something close but not quite top of the range with a more reasonable price tag, the Weldline Goldenark the David Bowie of the welding helmet range, the general all-rounder with a bit of attitude, something a little more fashionable. The GOLDENARK is a high technology welding helmet for any application and gives the ultimate welder protection. 

• New comfortable and adjustable headgear

• Suitable for all applications

• Low battery indicator

• 4 operating modes: Welding, Cutting, Grinding & X-mode

• Low battery indicator

• External grind mode button

• ADF with digital display, showing shade and settings

• Welding mode shade 9 - 13, Cutting mode, shade 5 - 9 and Shade 4 grind mode

• Optical clarity: 1/1/1/2

Neither of those interest you? meet the Jimi Hendrix, great all-rounder with the ability of being the most influential. The Lincoln Viking 3350 Motorhead is Lincoln's top of the line welding helmet series, providing the very best in optical clarity and the largest viewing area in its class.

• Perfect 1/1/1/1 optical clarity

• Continuously variable 5 - 13 shade with internal control

• Continuously variable sensitivity and delay

• Grind mode

• 4 arc sensors

• Magnifying cheater lens capability

• Solar powered with replaceable battery

Fancy something with a bit more energy, invigorating and inspiring? Check out this limited addition Lincoln Electric Weldline Street art Chameleon, with only 64 available in the UK you're guaranteed to inspire your colleagues, Paul McCartney style. This helmet has a solar cell for power and a replaceable AAA battery, this is unusual in a helmet at this price point.

• Covering shape for an optimized head protection

• 4 plans adjustable headgear delivered with comfort cushion (for CHAMELEON 4 V+)

• Optical clarity: 1/1/1/2

• Auto-start: the LCD cell automatically turns on

• Reset button: press the reset button twice to re-initialize the original parameter

• The low battery indicator lights when 2-3 days of battery life remain

Still not too sure? Shop the full range of helmets available from Rapid here

Try before you buy and see the difference in helmets at our facilities in Portchester, Portsmouth. We have these helmets and many more on display for you to try before you buy.

Alternatively, if we’ve given you too much to think about or would like some more options to suit your needs please contact our sales team, sales@rapidwelding.com or on +44 (0)23 92 214 214.

 

Best Product of the Year 2018 Goes To ..............

by Rapid Welding 3. October 2018 13:58

 

There's been an exciting and deserved 'tick in the box' for Fronius UK Ltd's fantastic TransSteel 2200 Multi-purpose Welding System. Selected for the Red Dot Design Award and the Plus X Award “Best Product of the Year 2018” in the Tools Category, the TransSteel 2200 is also one of Rapid Welding's Best Sellers!

This exciting product clearly impressed an expert jury, which is no surprise in an awards described as 'an orientation guide for consumers', showcasing the best of innovation and design. Well, the TransSteel 2200 has all that alongside providing multi-functionality in an impressively compact package.

What's not to like?

Bringing together the three welding processes of MIG/MAG, TIG and MMA in a single device, this single-phase power source from Fronius is characterised by the intelligent design of the device. Ease of use, robustness, with a high level of reliability you would expect, the TransSteel 2200 weighs in at only 15.5kg, making it one of the lightest devices on the market.

The TransSteel 2200 is available now from Rapid. For more information on this and other excellent Fronius products, visit us online: Rapid Welding Website. 

 

 

 

 

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Another Challenge for Rapid: HIOWAA - Walking for Lives

by Rapid Welding 5. September 2018 15:38

This coming weekend is set to be another big challenge for Rapid Welding's Business Manager, Marianne Edwards.

Back in May, Marianne took part in another Ultra Challenge series event. The 50 km walk around the Isle of Wight - a feat Marianne and fellow walker, Jane Griffin, accomplished in 9 hours and 58 minutes, managed to secure some incredible donations for Rapid's 2018 charity: Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.

Now they're doing it all again, only this time it's a 100 km!

The Thames Path Challenge offers a choice of 25 km, 50 km and 100 km walks, and in true Rapid style Marianne decided to go large when entering. The 100 km route takes you from Putney Bridge to Henley, which I hear is a stunning route steeped in history and following England's most famous river is sure to be enjoyable. But it is 100 km, let's not forget. So while it's going to be an amazing achievement for all who take part and make it to the finish, it's also going to be a huge test of stamina and determination.

~ Our visit to the HIOWAA base ~

Marianne and Jane are hoping to complete the test in around 20 hours, and they've been putting in the practice to make sure they are physically up for the challenge. As for mental endurance, well, I know these girls and I'm 100% confident they'll be able to motivate each other from start to finish, and still finish smiling.

We'll let you know how it goes, and don't forget Marianne is participating to raise money for the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.

So far the Rapid pot has reached £1585.06 of our £2500 target, but even if we exceed our goal we're not stopping. It costs in excess of £9000 a day to maintain this life saving service, and all that is down to donations from local communities. We'd be very grateful for any support, however large or small. If you would like to donate, please visit the Rapid Welding Just Funding page and help us make a difference. 

Thank you for reading.

 

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RentArc Keeps Your Welders Welding

by Rapid Welding 17. August 2018 12:11
 
 
 
 
Firstly, here's a huge Rapid Welding bear hug for those of you visiting our blog and showing your support to our wonderful group of companies based here on the UK's south coast.  We may be down here on our little island, but our customer base stretches worldwide.

This blog focuses on RentArc, part of the Rapid Welding Group specialising in the hire of welding equipment. The quality of products, value for money, great deals and personable service our customers expect from Rapid Welding, they can also expect from RentArc. It's also safe to say our rental fleet consists of the very best welding equipment available in the market place, and after every hire our machines are serviced and validated by our very own industry professionals before going out again, ensuring they arrive at your site in pristine working order to commence work without delay.

This is our promise to you: RentArc will keep your welders welding.

We mentioned earlier in the month that RentArc was having an incredible August regarding numbers of hire purchases leaving the depot.

Damian Bryant of RentArc said, "We're really pleased about the numbers, especially as it's 'out of season' for many of our key clients who are in the ship repair industry. You see, most ships do the bulk of their work between early spring and late autumn, and tend to get their repairs done when the weather isn't so good. So despite the time of year, many of these clients have kept busy during the lean time."
 
 Some of our rental fleet was used in the construction of Red Jet 7 on the Isle of Wight!
 
 And it's not just the ship repair industry we hire out to, although being based near Southampton and Portsmouth Docks puts us right on the pulse of that! In fact, RentArc's clients operate in a broad range of other industries including oil and gas, power generation (power plants tend to have their shutdown periods during the summer months), process pipework, rail infrastructure, not to mention general fabricators.  Another range of customers we're very pleased to support include bespoke luxury kitchen and wine cellar installation companies in Central London, and we also have machines way down in the West Country, South Wales, Kent and East Anglia.  All in all, we're very pleased to report that most of our clients seem very busy right now! 

When asked why the rental market was proving so popular, Damian replied, "Our customers return to RentArc because they trust us to supply the correct advice concerning the choice of equipment. They trust that the equipment is reliable and 'ready to weld'. They trust it will be delivered on time to the correct location. They trust they will be billed fairly." Basically, if you deal with RentArc, you know you can trust us every time to “keep your welders welding”.

  Another busy day in the life of RentArc!
 
 
 

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Our Day with the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance

by Rapid Welding 8. June 2018 16:40
>>>>>> Marianne & Becca (right) with the HIOWWA crew <<<<<<
 
 
HIOWAA is Rapid's chosen charity for 2018, and we are fundraising throughout the year to raise money for this very valuable service.  We have been very lucky to be invited to HIOWAA air base at Thurxton to learn first-hand about the charity and the work they do.
 
It costs approximately £9,000 a day to keep the Air Ambulance flying and saving lives. They fly 365 days a year, on average three times a day, however it can be as many as eight. Without any government funding, they rely solely on donations from the public.
 
The critical care teams have received advanced training to be able to carry out more in-depth lifesaving actions than the regular ambulance service. The medical equipment they carry on board is also more advanced than the regular ambulance service, with a doctor present on 97% of flights.
  
HIOWAA recently had an extension of the service that they are able provide to the sick and injured of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight with the arrival of the Critical Care Team Vehicle.  This is crewed by a team of HIOWAA doctors and paramedics and has parallel capability to the Air Ambulance. The Vehicle provides the same enhanced care as that delivered by the Helicopter, but now able to get to the more difficult to reach urban areas.
 
 
 
>>>>>>>> Marianne checks out the on-board equipment <<<<<<<
 
During our visit we were able to visit the training facilities used by the critical care team; the immersive simulation suite uses multiple projectors and speakers which allows realistic incident scenes to be produced at the base. The extensive options range from being at the side of a busy road, in the middle of a nightclub, to a lakeside path, therefore giving the team a chance to experience situations they may encounter whilst carrying out their life saving roles. Training is carried out on life-like dummies with simulated patient monitors, which produce realistic information and training for continual training, experience and improvement. Regular training helps existing staff to stay sharp and to practice normally infrequently performed procedures such as open chest surgery.  
 
 
 
>>>>>>>> Marianne experienced some hands-on training <<<<<<<
  
 
We would like to say a huge thank you to the team, they do a truly amazing job and it was a privilege to learn first-hand about the charity and the work they do.
 
 
HIOWWA is also Rapid's 2018 charity and we are fundraising all year round. If you wish to support us, we have set up a Just Giving page for anyone who wishes to donate and help us reach our target of £2,500 > Just Giving.
 

 

 

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“Plymovent cares about the air you breathe."

by Rapid Welding 19. April 2018 14:14
 
 
“Plymovent cares about the air you breathe."  
 
 
 
Let's face it, clean air is something most of us take for granted, and sometimes we forget how vitally important it is in industries such as welding, construction and engineering, where invisible air pollutants like welding fumes, dust and oil mist can have very serious implications on our health following daily exposure. 

Well, fortunately, clean air is something we care about, and so too is creating safe working and operationally efficient environments for businesses and individuals in our industry. Awareness about indoor air quality is widely growing, and whether you are a small one-man-band or multi million pound business, it is imperative to protect yourself and your team from health issues arising from unsafe work spaces.

Last week at MACH, Rapid Welding joined Plymovent at the NEC Birmingham to launch www.PlymoventDirect.com, a one stop online platform for systems and services providing valuable extraction and filtration of polluted indoor air.  
 
MACH was a great venue for the launch, with over 600 companies exhibiting the latest products, services and technology within the UK manufacturing and engineering industries, and a wide, relevant audience whom we were able to demonstrate how to achieve a significantly cleaner, safer and healthier workplace to. 
 
 
 
“Plymovent cares about the air you breathe. We offer products, systems and services which ensure clean air at work, anywhere in the world. We respect the environment and we deliver high-quality products. Our expertise gained over many years and our genuine commitment to customer requirements enable us to provide precisely the solutions you need.” 
 
 We can supply mobile fume extractors, extraction arms, stationary filter units, control equipment, flexhood, filters and spare parts, and our dedicated team are available to offer product support and technical advice.

Visit Plymovent Direct, and see how we can help you achieve clean air.

 

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The Powermax30® AIR is Delivering BIG performance

by Rapid Welding 4. April 2018 14:12
 
 
 
The Powermax30® AIR is Delivering BIG performance for Welders! 


The Powermax30® AIR is delivering 
BIG performance in a small size, lightweight unit. A professional grade plasma system, the Powermax30® Air features its own built-in air compressor for high portability and quick, easy cutting, allowing for operation absolutely anywhere there’s single-phase power. Not only this, but coupled with the highly effective moisture removal system, the Powermax30® Air gives great cut quality and performance in hot and humid conditions. It's easy to set up and operate, and you can expect superior cut quality and faster cutting speeds, meaning increased productivity with the added bonus of needing only one tool for a variety of metal types and thicknesses. 

Just plug it in, attach the work clamp and you’re ready to cut any metal! 

Features include: 

·       Laughing Hypertherm Earth Clamp.

·   Laughing    3 year warranty.

·   Laughing    Built in compressor.

·    Laughing Lightweight - 13 kilos.

·     Laughing Cuts up to 16mm severance cut, 8mm quality cut.

·  Laughing    Runs on 110v or 240v (smart switching)

View this great product and receive friendly support at  www.rapidwelding.com

 

 Welcome to the Rapid Experience

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CECAMM - The New Centre of Excellence

by Rapid Welding 12. January 2018 13:39

CECAMM - The New Centre of Excellence

Welding Bays at CECAMM

Opened by HRH The Countess of Wessex in September last year, the exciting Isle of Wight College CECAMM facility in Whippingham offers students specialised education and a broad experience of engineering skills. The aim is to prepare students to enter their chosen field, help secure careers, and in some cases go on to higher study. 

Located at the Island Technology Park, the world class training facility includes workshops and classrooms for study programmes such as Boat Construction and Design, CNC Programming, Fabrication, Marine Engineering and MIG, MAG and TIG Welding, and it was for the latter programme that the college purchased six new Kemppi welding machines from Rapid.

 

Kemppi MasterTig 3003 MLS AC/DC

Having heard about Rapid through an existing customer based on the Isle of Wight, the order for three Kemppi FastMig X, and three Kemppi MLS 3003 AC/DC Tig for CECAMM soon followed, as well as further orders for PPE and consumables.

Welding Lecturer at CECAMM, Chris Wright said, "We are very pleased with the welding equipment supplied by Rapid Welding.The equipment is easy to use and it's always good to have industry standard equipment for the learners. I am very impressed with the level of help and support we have received from Rapid Welding. It's all good :)." 

With close ties to the Isle of Wight and a strong customer base, we are delighted to have had the opportunity to supply CECAMM with welding machines and equipment for this project. As a company, Rapid strives to bring our customers the products they really want, combined with the most up-to-date technology in the industry. This enables businesses as well as individual welders to safeguard quality and productivity, and in this case, will allow the future generation of welders and engineers to develop their skills with the most current equipment available, helping them prepare for the future and hopefully successful and rewarding careers.

They will certainly have an excellent start at CECAMM!

For more information about CECAMM and how to apply for engineering courses and apprenticeships, please visit their website: www.cecamm.co.uk. 

The Future Generation of Welders!

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