Program Number / Title: Professional Graduate Jeweler Program.
Clock Hours / Instructional Weeks: 44 clock hours.
Total Charges: 490.00 OMR (1,274.00 USD) for complete program enrollment.
Time Limitation: 3 months.
Final Qualification: GIG International Diploma.
|01ED||Essential Diamond Knowledge||8||494||190|
|01ECS||Essential Colored Gemstones Knowledge||8||494||190|
|01EJW||Essential Jewelry Knowledge||8||494||190|
|01EJD||Essential Jewelry Design||On campus 20||680||260|
The GIG Professional Graduate Jeweler Program covers topics including jewelry designs, setting styles, jewelry care and other content that will support the product knowledge of current industry professionals. The program also introduces basic information about diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires and the grading system.
Other subjects of study include how modern technology is changing the way diamonds are cut, the qualities of noble metals, major jewelry manufacturing methods and the important activities involved in the operation of a retail jewelry store. To enable effective product conversations, examples are provided on how to translate jewelry features into benefits and how to communicate the 4Cs of diamond value to customers. The program provides concise information that can be immediately implemented on the job.
What You Will Learn:
What You Earn:
Professional Graduate Jeweler Diploma.
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