Jewelers of America (JA) members looking to brush up industry-related GIA (Gemological Institute of America) courses can now receive 10 percent savings on tuition for GIA’s Distance Learning courses and related lab classes.
GIA’s Distance Learning program is comprised of at-home course work and/or lab and online courses, covering diamonds, colored stones and jewelry sales. Jewelers of America members also save 10 percent on GIA’s Distance Learning Lab classes, which can be completed at GIA campuses as well as regional centers in Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas.
Matt Runci, JA’s president and CEO.
“By facilitating savings on GIA’s Distance Learning program, Jewelers of America members can receive unsurpassed gemological education and work toward earning a prestigious GIA credential at a price and structure that is accessible to them,” says Matthew A. Runci, President and CEO.Follow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
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