National Directory of Skills & Services

Rural Skills Centre

Description

The Rural Skills Centre caters for all levels of ability and offers courses to meet a wide range of previous experience. All courses lead to certification either from college or where applicable, from recognised awarding bodies. These courses aim to meet the needs of both students and external businesses/organisations, providing training to increase skills levels, productivity and to meet legislative requirements. Courses of particular interest to 'National Historic Ships' members are: Blacksmithing and Ornamental Ironwork - short taster course or city and guilds level 2 in forge work, welding and fabrication - college certification and BS tests: a range of courses covering ARC (MMA) M.I.G, T.I.G, and Oxy-Acetylene welding, sheet metal work, abrasive wheels certification, operation of power tools, chainsaws etc, health and safety plus risk assessment training and first aid courses.
For more info contact:
nikki.darlington@rac.ac.uk
rsc@rac.ac.uk

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Contact
James Foster
Address
Royal Agricultural College
Stroud Road
Cirencester
Glos
Postcode
GL7 6JS
Telephone
01285 889873

07890 089232
Fax
01285 889807
Email
James.foster@rac.ac.uk
Website
http://www.rac.ac.uk
Skills
Blacksmiths, Carpentry-Joinery, Training, Welding
Facilities
First Aid

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