Manual Lathe Training

I can teach you

Whilst working towards my apprenticeship as a Precision Toolmaker for Parker Pen, learning what I thought was everything there is to know about using manual and CNC machines and achieving my City & Guilds level 3, ONC and HNC in engineering, I find myself even now learning old and new techniques for operations that can be carried out on machine tools.

 

I currently deal with several colleges and although they teach a good standard of learning they do not have the time and funds to teach everything I was fortunate to have been taught in industry. Hence I am willing to teach individuals who really want to learn how to use a manual metal lathe.

 

If you live local to the Brighton area or want a day out, of any age, are totally new to engineering and machining or partially self taught looking for extra tuition contact me here to discuss what I can offer.

 

I have my Assessors award (A1) enabling me to assess level 1 NVQs in machining up to level 5 Management NVQs. I've also achieved my Preparing to Teach in the Life Long Learning Sector (PTLLS). For the right candidates I can also deliver NVQ Level 1 and 2 in setting and using centre lathes for production. This is nationally recognised and a great stepping stone for getting employment in engineering. It could also be an opportunity towards securing an apprenticeship in a company managed by SIGTA Ltd.