CWB Association has merged all membership levels to one typeClick image to enlargeThe CWB Association is now offering memberships at no cost to anyone that wishes to join the association.

It is also merging all membership levels to one type, rather than different memberships being able to access different programs.

CWB Association membership now provides you access to latest-welding content, networking opportunities and career advancement advice with access to respected industry experts.

  • This full suite of benefits now provides access to:
  • CWB Association Member's Portal
  • Online Courses
  • Welding Industry Reports
  • Welding Industry Research Papers
  • WELD (Digital Magazine)
  • Members Only Giveaways
  • Educational Videos
  • Webinar Content
  • Affinity Programs (Discounts on gear, hotels, insurance, tradeshows and more.

“This transition has been made to provide access and connectivity to the entire Canadian welding industry,” the association said in a press release. “Our goal is to unite the community and provide access to industry news to encourage members to remain connected and engaged with each other. The transition also allows clients to use myCWB as a one-stop-shop for all their welding needs.”

If you are an existing member, you are not required to make any changes. Access the CWB Association customer portal by signing in at cwbgroup.org/mycwb.

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