Latest:
  1. 60ct aquamarine raffled for prisoners charity
  2. De Beers launches pre-owned diamond valuations
  3. Platinum price on 20/08/14 £27.582 per GM
  4. Argyle marks 30 years of pink with feather pendant
  5. JMC London introduces its new Eternity Collection
  6. The Gold Price Gave Up $6.80 on the Comex Closing at $1.297.70
  7. Annoushka makes US push at Saks Fifth Avenue
  8. Gold price on 20/08/14 (PM) £25.003 per GM
  9. The Gold Price Lost $5.60 Today Closing at $1,287.70
  10. 5th Avenue supports female jockeys in Carlisle
  11. The Gold Price Climbed $4.00 to $1,312.80
  12. Silver and Gold Prices Blew Hot and Cold
  13. The Gold Price Dropped $2.60 Closing at $1,295.10
  14. Fine watch exhibition SalonQP is to return to London’s Saatchi Gallery this year with 26 new brands
  15. Silver and Gold Prices have Turned Up Either After One More Little Low or Immediately
  16. Portfolio of Fine Diamonds unveils Sarah Ho ring
  17. Raw Pearls takes brochure online in trade outreach
  18. NPA appoints Member Ambassador for London region
  19. Silver and Gold Might Give Us a Chance to Buy at Lower Levels
  20. Palladium price on 20/08/14 £16.767 per GM
  21. The Gold Price Dropped $5.00 Closing at $1,298.30
  22. The Gold Price Could Drop to $1,260 Without Violating it's Reigning Uptrend
  23. The Gold Price Leapt Up $12.30 to $1,293.60
  24. The Gold Price Closed Down Near the Uptrend Line at $1,306.10
  25. Asian shopping mall set to rejuvenate Green Street
  26. The Gold Price Lost 40 Cents Closing at $1,308.50
  27. The Gold Price Lost $13.60 Closing at $1,281.30
  28. Ruthenium price on 20/08/14 £1.318 per GM
  29. Both Silver and Gold Prices Closed Right on Their Uptrend Lines, Gold Closed at $1,304.50
  30. The Gold Price Lost $4.40 this Week Closing at $1,304.50
  31. Gold price on 20/08/14 (AM) £25.005 per GM
  32. Raw Pearls launches online brochure of its pearl jewellery collections
  33. Etsy celebrates launch of new Wholesale division
  34. Gold Price Could Drop to $1,290 and Stop, or Spike to $1,280 and Scare Every Gold Bug to Death
  35. Blue Nile goes global with Arabic language site
  36. The Assay Office Birmingham receives a £70,900 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund
  37. Iridium price on 20/08/14 £12.201 per GM
  38. Rhodium price on 20/08/14 £28.566 per GM
  39. The Gold Price Broke it's Support and Avalanched 1.07 Percent to Close Comex at $1,290.60
  40. The Gold Price Climbed $1.10 to Close at $1,313.90
  41. The Gold Price Shot Skyward, Up $17.10 to Close at $1,316.70
  42. Tateossian celebrates its 25th anniversary with new store opening
  43. The Gold Price Added $4.10 to Close at $1,310.80 Today
  44. The Gold Price Rose $4.50 to Close at $1,313.70
  45. The Gold Price Sprang $22.70 Clearing Two Resistance Levels to Close at $1,306.70
  46. H+T pledge book declines but retail sales jump 49%
  47. Domino teams up with Retail Jeweller to stage Christmas VM seminar for retailers
  48. We Will See a Short Spike Downward in Silver and Gold Prices
  49. Silver price on 20/08/14 £375.392 per KG
  50. Fellows expands with new Jewellery Quarter offices
  51. De Beers Group confirms new registration period
  52. The National Pawnbrokers Association appoints a new member ambassador
  53. The Gold Price Closed Down $3.40 at $1,294.90
  54. Aurum chief mulls Mappin and Webb overseas growth
  55. The Gold Price Remained Unchanged at $1,303.30
  56. The London Diamond Bourse introduces a new initiative to its member’s platform
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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.

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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