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BOCHENG

Fitter interview

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Good day guys

I have a interview for the skill assessment, but I’m not sure about how to prepare for it lol 

is anyone can share the experience for this interview? Thx

 

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11 minutes ago, BOCHENG said:

Yes cool mate 

Thank you for your help 

But after I checked the guidelines they have pathway 1 and pathway 2. I’m not sure which pathway I have to follow lol

 

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On 27/12/2019 at 10:23, wrussell said:

Are you now clear?

 

@wrussell

yes thank you very much 

My one is fitter for general. 
but I can’t understand what is pathway 1 and pathway 2 meant for.

Actually my evidence review outcome is successful.

but I have not idea to prepare stage 2 interview lol

thank you for your help 

happy new year lol 

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Just look at the fact sheets and the units which are involved within them.

You will be asked questions relating to the units. If you have been fitting for a while then you have nothing to worry about, the instructor isnt trying to fail you and they will more than likely help you along the way also.

 

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Below is what I posted after I did my metal fabricator interview and if I remember correctly I think there is welding units on the fitter units.

So I've just finished my technical interview and I though I'd pass on what to expect.

Like everyone says it's very informal and it's just like your having a chat with someone at work. If there's areas your stuck on they help you best you can to give an answer.

So questions they asked where:

*Give measurements off a drawing on screen.

*Name tools on screen ie. Tape measure, rule and vernier  (tricky).

*Talk about mechanical tools you use, with correct PPE and also what checks you do before using.

*Talk about what parts you need to set up Tig,Mig and stick welding sets.

* What gases you use for each and different tungsten for the ie. Red & Grey.

* Shown me a couple of weld symbols and asked what they where.

* What first aid and quality procedures your company has.

*What's on a WPS sheet and also COSSH.

Bit gutted they didn't ask about pattern development as I've been brushing up on it over the last few days.

All in all it took 1hr 10min as if you'd answered things in another question he'd skip a few.

Hope this helps

 

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3 minutes ago, Lavers said:

Below is what I posted after I did my metal fabricator interview and if I remember correctly I think there is welding units on the fitter units.

So I've just finished my technical interview and I though I'd pass on what to expect.

Like everyone says it's very informal and it's just like your having a chat with someone at work. If there's areas your stuck on they help you best you can to give an answer.

So questions they asked where:

*Give measurements off a drawing on screen.

*Name tools on screen ie. Tape measure, rule and vernier  (tricky).

*Talk about mechanical tools you use, with correct PPE and also what checks you do before using.

*Talk about what parts you need to set up Tig,Mig and stick welding sets.

* What gases you use for each and different tungsten for the ie. Red & Grey.

* Shown me a couple of weld symbols and asked what they where.

* What first aid and quality procedures your company has.

*What's on a WPS sheet and also COSSH.

Bit gutted they didn't ask about pattern development as I've been brushing up on it over the last few days.

All in all it took 1hr 10min as if you'd answered things in another question he'd skip a few.

Hope this helps

 

Thx you for your help mate
appreciate that.

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2 minutes ago, BOCHENG said:

Thx you for your help mate
appreciate that.

I was worrying before I went in but you really dont need to. Where is it that you live?

He asked me also about your companies health & safety.

What you do if you have an accident.

How do you know what work you have to do every day.

What you do if you have a complaint at work.

A lot of questions roll into other questions so if you had answered them in a previous question then he would just skip a few.

 

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Hi Bocheng,

Just wondered if you’d had the skills interview yet? How did it go?

Looking at going down the same route.

many thanks.

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