Latest:
  1. Silver and Gold Prices Have Formed Little Three Day Rising Flat Topped Triangles, Which Argue for an Upside Breakout
  2. Assay Office Birmingham presents Air Ambulance Service with Christmas donation
  3. Sheila Fleet expands Daisies for Emily range
  4. Look for the Gold Price to Break $1,218 Tomorrow
  5. RJC announces certification of five new members
  6. The Gold Price Rose $4.60 to Close on the Comex at $1,194.70
  7. Hot 100 NexGems deliver with fresh new websites
  8. Silver and Gold Prices Closed Higher with the Gold Price Closing at $1,194.30
  9. The Gold Price Closed Up 1.16 Percent at $1,196.70
  10. IMAGE GALLERY: RJ Deck the Windows 14 final entries
  11. The Gold Price Has Reached its 50 Day Moving Average Closing at $1,195.50
  12. The Gold Price Remained Unchanged at $1,196.60
  13. Jon Richard celebrates 30 years in the jewellery business
  14. The Gold Price Rose $6.80 Closing at $1,197.50
  15. CSM+ architects fast track fit out Swarovski store
  16. Cartier opens boutique in Heathrow Terminal 5
  17. The Gold Price Lost $14.80 Closing at $1,207.20
  18. RJC secures 100 new members in 2014
  19. Assay Office Birmingham 2015 training courses open for bookings
  20. Shore Projects partners with Marine Conservation Society
  21. Ruthenium price on 19/12/14 £1.198 per GM
  22. G-Shock Premium adds new timepiece to the MR-G series
  23. TLKE brings Anne Klein success back to the UK
  24. Rhodium price on 19/12/14 £25.254 per GM
  25. Silver and Gold Prices Made Huge Gains this Week With Gold Ending at $1,190.10
  26. The Gold Price Rose $31.90 or 2.7 Percent this Week Closing at $1,222.00
  27. The Gold Price Closed at $1,190.70
  28. Gold Price Live iPhone App
  29. Gold price on 19/12/14 (AM) £24.592 per GM
  30. The Gold Price Rose $4.00 Closing at $1,197.10
  31. The Gold Price Closed Down $2 at $1,183
  32. Gold Price Closed Up $23.90 or 2.1 Percent to $1,185.00, Silver Price Outshone Rising 69.3 cents or 4.64 Percent
  33. The Gold Price Lost 1.79 Percent to Close at $1,175.20
  34. Ching-I Chien wins Charles Green design contest
  35. Gemporia and Michael Kors top UK Google searches
  36. December 23 predicted to be busiest Christmas retail footfall day
  37. Silver price on 19/12/14 £325.494 per KG
  38. Accessorize to use e-receipts for tailored deals
  39. NOMOS Glashütte awarded Eames prize by Chicago Athenaeum
  40. Birmingham Assay Office unveils 2015 courses
  41. Inez and Vinoodh to direct Swarovski’s spring/summer 2015 campaign
  42. Hugh Rice launches new ecommerce website and brand image
  43. The Gold Price Closed Up $0.40 or 0.03 Percent at $1,194.70
  44. Platinum price on 19/12/14 £24.583 per GM
  45. Silver and Gold Prices Exploded Today: Gold Shot Up $36.80 or 3 Percent
  46. Gold Price UP $42 or 3.64% Silver Price UP $1.16 or 7.48%
  47. Web sales up 37% in highest November for 14 years
  48. Gold Price Ought to Shock its Nay-Sayers in the Next Two Weeks
  49. Miranda Kerr stars in floral Swarovski SS15 advert
  50. Mococo takes on Michael Kors jewellery
  51. Jon Richard secures 120 Debenhams concessions
  52. Calvin Klein Watches and Jewellery Co opens Edinburgh boutique
  53. Ching-I Chien wins Charles Green design competition
  54. Iridium price on 19/12/14 £10.722 per GM
  55. Gold price on 19/12/14 (PM) £24.576 per GM
  56. Hugh Rice updates image with brand overhaul
  57. WB announces support for NSPCC
  58. The Gold Price Closed at $1,199.20
  59. Cartier brooches hit £500,000 at Bonhams auction
  60. The Gold Price Lost 50 cents Today to Close at $1,196.60
  61. Palladium price on 19/12/14 £16.327 per GM
  62. The Gold Price Closed Down $13.30 or 1.1 Percent at $1,193.90
  63. Mococo becomes official stockiest of Michael Kors jewellery
  64. Pre-Christmas sales show biggest growth since 1988
  65. 2014 to be highest transactional year for shopping centre investment since 2005
  66. The Gold Price Closed at $1,225.10 on Comex Holding Above it's $1,225.00 Support
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Training

The BJA has recently engaged with five leading UK providers to offer an unprecedented selection of retail, diamond and gems training.

Over the coming months, it is hoped that even further courses can be added to our training portfolio, aiming to provide BJA members with the very latest and most relevant courses.

The BJA has ensured that all providers offer savings to its membership and full details can be found on the links on the left hand menu

All courses have been identified and researched as the result of BJA membership feedback. If there are additional training courses that you would like to see added, then please contact the BJA directly: Enquiries@bja.org.uk

To give you some idea on the current research the BJA has undertaken to identify additional jewellery industry training needs, please click on the link below. This report is the result of an extensive survey carried out by the National Skills Academy for Jewellery, which the BJA is actively involved in.

  Jewellery Blueprint Survey