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Welders Jobs in Woburn Sands

Job Overview 

Welders cut, shape and join sections of metal plate and pipes in a wide range of industries. These include construction and engineering, transport, aerospace, and offshore oil and gas. They also carry out repairs on manufacturing equipment and machinery. 

Skills

You will need to have:

  • good hand-to-eye coordination

  • the ability to work accurately 

  • good concentration levels 

  • the ability to work without direct supervision 

  • the ability to understand technical plans and drawings 

  • good maths skills 

  • the ability to solve problems 

  • an understanding of safe working practices

Qualifications 

A common way into this career is through an Apprenticeship in engineering. To get on to a scheme, you will usually need four GCSEs (grades A-C), in subjects like maths, engineering, ICT, English or science. 

​Woburn Sands is a small town and civil parish[2] in the Borough of Milton Keynes, England, and part of the Milton Keynes urban area.[3] It is south-east of Milton Keynes proper, near Wavendon. The boundary of the Borough with Bedfordshire is also that with the neighbouring parishes of Aspley Guise and Aspley Heath (in Central Bedfordshire); together the three settlements are a contiguous built-up area.[1] Not all of Woburn Sands built-up area is in the civil parish which has its name: the meandering boundary between Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire means the Primary and Middle Schools named after the town are both across the border in Aspley Guise. At the 2011 Census, the population of the civil parish (only) was 2,916, that of the built-up area (including much of Aspley Guise) was 5,959. The town is served by Woburn Sands railway station which co-serves the near end of Wavendon which, unlike Wavendon Gate, is separated by fields from Milton Keynes. The station is on the Marston Vale line, three closely placed stops east of a main line junction station.

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