What will I learn?
Having completed our Introduction to Welding course at Sparsholt, you might want to consider our City & Guilds Level 2 MMA Welding course to take your skills further and gain a formal qualification.
Suitable for both hobbyists and those who undertake welding in their jobs, this course will cover
Learners will need to bring safety boots, fire retardant overalls and a pair of welding gauntlets to the course
Where will it lead me?
This is an industry standard qualification, completion of which will allow learners to apply for welding jobs
Learners should either have completed the Introduction to Welding course at Sparsholt College or have some experience of MMA welding.
Learners may also be invited to a test weld and interview
Fee Details 1
Free if unemployed or low wage (if aged 19-23 must have Full L2 or above to be eligible)
Fee Details 2
Due to funding restrictions, anyone who doesn’t live in England, isn’t a UK resident^ or who lives in the local authority areas^ of:
Cambridge and Peterborough
Greater London Authority
Liverpool City Region
North of Tyne Combined Authority
West of England
Will be unable to apply for fee remission and may be subject to higher course fees than those published.
^go to this page on our website to check if your postcode is in a devolved funding area or to check eligibility if you are a non-UK resident: https://www.andover.ac.uk/fees-and-funding/
If you don’t live in England or are not a UK resident or live in any of the above local authority areas and wish to enrol on the course, please contact us for information on tuition fees.
For further information on fee remission
details linked to the above Fee
Code – refer to our PT Application form on