Jewellers' Network

Category: Trade

GEM TRAINING INTERNATIONAL

Gem Training International provides courses where the theory can be done by correspondence or on-line and the practical sessions presented to groups in a classroom environment with all the equipment necessary for the course. Classroom programs, including course material can be tailor made to suit an organisations specific requirements.

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HONG KONG TRADE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (HKTDC)

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is the international marketing arm for Hong Kong – based traders, manufacturers and service providers. Organizer of the Hong Kong International Jewellery, Diamond, Gem & Pearl Shows.

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IDEX

Online Diamond Trading.

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IMFUNDISO SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Training in jewellery manufacture in a production environment. Offer the 16-month MQA accredited (NQF Level 2 – 4) course; training of GDP (Graduate Development Programme) and SMME Voucher Programme.

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JEWELLERS’ NETWORK

Leading Media Company for the Watch, Jewellery and Diamond Industry in Southern Africa.

Publishers of the Annual trade “Directory”, “LINKED” Magazine and Digital “LINKED Online”.

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KIMBERLEY INTERNATIONAL DIAMOND & JEWELLERY ACADEMY (KIDJA)

KIDJA is a world class training academy based in Kimberley in the Northern Cape. The Academy was launched in 2011, with the initial focus on Diamond Manufacturing. KIDJA offers diamond cutting, sorting and polishing MQA accredited course.

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MINING QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY (MQA)

The MQA supports mineral beneficiation in South Africa. Structured beneficiation programmes exist to develop qualified diamond cutters, polishers, goldsmiths, setters and designers.

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RARE EARTH CREATIONS (PTY) LTD

Manufacturing company specialising in bespoke jewellery for some of the leading retailers in SA.

Training provider in jewellery manuifacturing processes accredited by the MQA.

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ROYAL THAI EMBASSY

The Office of Commercial Affairs (OCA) seeks to gain market access in Southern Africa as a means of increasing business opportunities and trade within the region.

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