Weld Australia membership is an investment in the success of your career or the success of your business. We will help you increase your income, decrease your costs and give you a competitive advantage over companies or people who aren’t members.
Members gain increased visibility throughout the industrial sector, opportunities for career growth and professional development, and a strong community with which to network, exchange ideas, and share resources.
As an active member of Weld Australia, you have the power to be part of the collective, to voice your opinion and to influence real change.
Top 10 Reasons to Join Your Industry Association
Being part of an association means you can share ideas with like-minded individuals and even collaborate on large projects or R&D programs.
Capitalising on your association’s support, advice, tools and educational resources is sure to give you a leg up on your competition.
An association is the face and voice of an industry—its members are viewed as credible, industry leading organisations locally and globally.
An association’s size, experience and unified voice means they can step-in to improve laws and regulations and affect industry-wide change.
With associations spearheading initiatives that support an industry’s future, you can help support long-term growth and sustainability for your entire industry.
Your industry association will be able to provide time-tested advice to help you grow your business, from ISO certification and welding procedures to technical support.
Whether you’re at your association’s local technical event or national conference, you’ll have opportunities to create meaningful connections with like-minded people.
Industry associations offer efficient, affordable access to timely, valuable information that can help you develop actionable ideas and profitable strategies.
Associations provide a wealth of knowledge, training and educational opportunities to help your business and career flourish.
Raise your profile and be recognised as an industry expert by attending association conferences and events or joining a committee.