Our office is closed, but we’re still working
Following developments in Australia’s COVID-19 response, we have decided to close our Pymble office until further notice. The safety and wellbeing of our staff and their families along with our members, clients and communities is our first priority.
The office is closed, but we will continue to work tirelessly to support the welding industry in Australia. Now more than ever our community spirit is vital, and we encourage you to reach out to one of us if you have any questions or an area where you are needing support, or even if you just need a chat.
Our staff are working remotely and will be available through their mobile numbers and email addresses. You can still contact Weld Australia on 02 8748 0100 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep well, stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you again in the future.
Welding is an art; skill; trade; engineering discipline; and science.
It is an enabling technology used across a wide range of industries and applications, from micro-joining of medical devices, electronics and photonics to larger scale applications such as mining equipment, pressure vessels, ships, rail transport, water pipelines and components.
The technology of bonding materials is essential to the economic growth of Australia.
Looking for the WTIA? Rest assured, you’re in the right place: The Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) recently changed its name to Weld Australia.
Our core values and our mission remain unchanged – we will continue to represent the interests of members and safeguard the public by ensuring the integrity of in-service welds, and to promote the use of best practice technology and quality systems.
For further information, read this announcement from Weld Australia CEO Geoff Crittenden.Read more
Weld Australia (formerly known as the WTIA) represents the welding profession in Australia. Its members are made up of individual welding professionals and companies. Weld Australia members are involved in almost every facet of Australian industry and make a significant contribution to the economy.
Weld Australia is the Australian representative member of the International Institute of Welding (IIW).
Our mission is to represent the interests of members and safeguard the public by ensuring the integrity of in-service welds, and to promote the use of best practice technology and quality systems.
Weld Australia (formerly known as the WTIA) brings individual and company members together into a community to deliver:
Weld Australia (formerly known as the WTIA) offers apprentice welders free membership and a unique opportunity to network with leaders in the profession and to access cutting edge education and professional development. Weld Australia mentoring and employment network will help you steer your career to the top.
Welding is a universal skill that is in high demand, and strong welding skills are sought after in many Australian industries. In keeping with our vision to facilitate the growth of a world class welding industry, Weld Australia is committed to empowering women to become qualified for and able to enjoy a career in welding.
Join some of Australia’s leading female welding professionals in a networking group focused on addressing the unique issues faced by women in our profession. Find out more…