September is full of events for GECI, with two dates in particular worth marking on your calendar.
After the success in January, from tomorrow 5 September until 9 September, the laboratory of the Gemological Education & Certification Institute will have an active presence at this new edition of VicenzaOro. In Hall 3 Stand 118, the organisation will provide a service for the identification and classification of diamonds, coloured gemstones and jewels, in the ideal setting for meeting supply and demand, offering a serious, dedicated, fast service with redelivery within a day.
“We are excited to be at VicenzaOro in September with our lab,” says Fabio D’Amico, CEO of GECI, “and we thank the Vicenza Fair for giving us the opportunity to ensure an efficient, high-quality service and maintain the criteria of ethics, professionalism and transparency that distinguish us as a CIBJO* Member, without which we could not operate.”
But the news from GECI HQ does not stop there. September 14 will see the start of the Lab Classes, courses that provide hands-on learning related to on-going experience in the laboratory, allowing students to earn the “credit” for completion of Diamond Grader or Coloured Stone Grader diploma long-distance.
The Lab Classes will be scheduled as follows: 14 to 18 September, the Diamond Grading Lab Class that allows you to improve your diamond grading ability, thanks to a hands-on learning and on-going experience in the classroom-laboratory; 21 to 25 September, the Gem Identification Lab Class, providing the skills needed to be able to identify a large number of coloured gemstones, through the analysis of different types and varieties of stones; 28 to 30 September, the Coloured Stone Lab Class that allows you to acquire the skills required for the classification and evaluation of a large amount of coloured gems, thanks to practical work in the classroom.
At the end of the Lab Class the educational calender for the 2015/2016 year will be launched with the Masters in Gem & Jewellery Management departing from October 5.
The course will prepare each student for a rewarding and successful career in the field of gems and jewellery, developing the skills and knowledge needed to meet the future challenges of the market. For more information you can contact GECI on telephone number +39 02 84980022 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.