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American Welding Society Announces Welding Summit 2022

pdubey@v1-media.com on May 13, 2022 - in Announcement, Events, News

Miami, FL, January 13, 2022: The American Welding Society is pleased to announce the Welding Summit, taking place August 25-26, 2022, in The Woodlands, Texas. The Welding Summit comprises two days of presentations, demonstrations, and exhibits where the industry comes together to discuss, dissect, and educate on key issues affecting the welding industry.

The week kicks off with the Pre & Post Heat Treatment seminar on Wednesday, August 24. It will feature interactive presentations on applying new methods and workforce sourcing to projects to alleviate costs and scheduling issues associated with Post Weld Heat Treatment. The following day, The Welding Summit begins and will feature two distinctive tracks: emerging trends in welding and attracting and retaining talent in the workforce.

“The Welding Summit is intended to bring the best and highest quality of information and welding professionals together for a series of interactive presentations on how more value can be brought to welding operations and the best way to execute successful welding plans into projects,” said Gary W. Konarska II, Executive Director & CEO. “We believe you should have a seminar experience that provides quality information that results in your ability to put some of the information presented into your operations immediately.”

To preview the event, Joe Young and Steve Snyder, experts in the industry, will host a complimentary webinar on June 15, 2022, at 1 PM EST. Attendees will learn actionable tips they can implement immediately into their practices. Additionally, the AWS Careers in Welding Trailer will be present at the Welding Summit and available for attendees and local high school groups.

For more information about the AWS Welding Summit and accompanying events, please visit aws.org/WeldingSummit.

 

About AWS: The American Welding Society is the worldwide authority in the development of standards, certifications and educational programming for the welding, allied joining and cutting community. We are a not-for-profit organization committed to connecting the welding industry to our extensive collection of resources, informing our of technological advancements and developing the next generation of welding professionals with the help of the AWS Foundation. AWS serves over 67,000 members worldwide, is composed of 22 Districts with 250 Sections and Student Chapters, and includes more than 1,800 volunteers in over 200 technical committees, subcommittees and task groups. For more information, visit the American Welding Society’s website at aws.org.

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