There are times where entire cities appear on stage or elaborate constructions of entire houses. To ensure that such staging is not only impressive to look at but safe for those on and backstage, Metal Fabricator Technicians are needed. They study CAD drawings and follow instruction to bring scenic elements to life.
How can I become a Metal Fabricator Technician
Think this could be the role for you? There are many pathways to becoming a Metal Fabricator Technician.
If you’re coming up to 16 you could study an applied general qualification or do an apprenticeship in Fabrication and Welding or Structural Steelwork
Click on the links below to learn more about possible next steps and for more career inspiration:
- Camile’s story: Metal Fabrication Apprentice for the National Theatre
- Tommy's Story: Stage Technician at the Royal Opera House
- What is an apprenticeship?