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Posted on 26th March, 2013
GAA Victoria Division is hosting the Annual Conference of the Gemmological Association of Australia, in Melbourne 25 - 28 May 2013.
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Posted on 7th March, 2013
The Gemmological Association of Australia trading as Gem Ed is a Registered Training Organisation delivering in all States and if desired in New Zealand. RTO Provider No. 40511.
Practical Diamond Grading is an accredited course (80968ACT).
The GAA is the only organisation in Australia offering diamond grading as an accredited course.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details of the next course in your State.Read Full Post...
Posted on 27th March, 2012
Geoffrey Tombs Research Fund
The Gemmological Association of Australia (GAA) is very proud to offer the Geoffrey Tombs Research Fund. It was established in 2004 with an initial grant from the GAA Federal Council, with continuing contributions from the GAA endorsed Gem Studies Laboratory (GSL), in memory of the remarkable contribution Geoff Tombs made to the gem and jewellery industry. Geoff was always interested in research and the furthering of education within the industry. He was Patron and Honorary Life Member of the GAA and was awarded Member of the Order of Australia.
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Posted on 19th February, 2012
You can now study on-line. See descriptions of 6 new courses under Education - Study Options-Online.
Get started - just click ON-LINE COURSES tab.Read Full Post...
Posted on 25th July, 2011
The Gemmological Association of Australia (GAA) is delighted to accept the offer by Storch and Co. to provide an annual scholarship for a student who completes the Diploma in Diamond Technology course.
Fred Storch joined his father’s business in 1956, bringing with him youth, enthusiasm and a commitment to keep supplying customers with the very best products for their needs. He established Read Full Post...
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