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IGI Debuts Training Courses in Egypt

May 25, 2021 9:22 AM   By Rapaport News
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The International Gemological Institute (IGI) has expanded its education offering to Egypt, claiming to be the first to offer such services in the country.

The institute offers training courses that cover fundamental jewelry topics such as raw-diamond classification and jewelry design, it said Monday. IGI also provides trainees the option of becoming certified specialists in precious stones, it added.

“This expansion is in line with the institute’s ongoing efforts to be a growth catalyst in market development by educating the industry professionals as well as by attracting the best talent in the sector with formal globally recognized gemology-education opportunities,” said IGI general manager Shaunak Shastree.

Image: An IGI diamond-grading class. (International Gemological Institute)
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