Upon completion of the course, trainees will be equipped with technical knowledge in the areas of cutting and hot bending, gusset plate development, and project assembly using the Gap and Tack Weld methods. Additionally, the workings of structural steel fitting will also be taught, alongside safety practices, such as the proper tool and equipment handling, and personal protective equipment (PPE).
Categorised into five test levels, it starts out at the Tradesman stage, before advancing to the Trade Foreman, level upgrade, and Sec (K) phases, before reaching the final 2nd Sec K round. Upon completion of the course, there is also the option to progress to further education and training, where topics like Reinforced Concrete Works, Doors and Window Installation, Structural Steel Works, and Plumbing and Steel Works are covered.
Structural Steel Fitting
1 hour Written Test: 25 Multiple Choice Questions
4 hours Practical Test