Welding advocate

Welding advocate

Tameside College student Martin Rubenstein recommends the quality of the welding department’s evening classes.

Former RAF Engineer Officer, Martin, has completed a number of welding courses at the college over the past two years and is a great role model for students of all ages. He has become very fond of the colleges friendly atmosphere and can often be seen enjoying the eating, social and studying facilities on campus.

Martin decided to express his appreciation by writing a letter to the college Principal, Peter Ryder, explaining how having previously studied at three other colleges in the UK over the past ten years, he believes the facilities, support and tuition at Tameside College is outstanding and second to none.

Martin commented, “I have learned a great deal at the college and have enjoyed every minute of it, and for that I am most grateful”.

If you’re interested in starting a new career or hobby in welding, the college will be running City & Guilds Welding Skills Introductory Award Level 1 and Level 2 courses, starting on Monday 9th May 2011, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. For further information call 0161 908 6789.

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