Welding is a way to make high strength joints between two or more parts. There are many ways to do this, requiring a high degree of skill and advanced technology.
There is much more to welding than you think... opportunities to learn new advanced technological processes, work for different companies, and to work around the world.
Licensed by the Engineering Council to accredit academic programmes from Universities for Professional Registration
By taking an apprenticeship, you give yourself the opportunity to continue to learn and gain qualifications whilst working, earn a salary and become skilled through hands-on experience.
Skills competitions allow young people training or studying in Welding and Fabrication to showcase their skills, ability and competence in competitions nationally and internationally.
The Welding Institute is committed to working with schools and colleges, teachers and students, in showcasing careers, prospects, developments and research in the world of welding and joining.
Opportunities for continuing your education in welding and joining whether full-time, part-time or by distance learning.
Our Younger Members' section aims to promote education and careers in welding and joining technologies to children and young people