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Buying group's CEO Helen Haddow argues the industry has to invest in new talent as too many of today's watchmakers are heading towards retirement.
Aim is to help jewellers feel confident about returning to work; and understand how to protect themselves, co-workers and customers from catching and spreading Covid-19.
San Fancisco-based Myagi creates an online community that helps Casio and its retailers share news, information and expertise.
First apprentices commenced their block release training at the Watchmaker Apprentice Training School (WATS) this month.
The British School of Watchmaking currently has two rare career opportunities for a Lecturer and a Trainee Lecturer
Delegates can log in from across the world to learn the features of the mechanical watch through custom animations, as well as hear first-hand about the development of the industry from prestigious designers and historians.
Horological Society of New York and the British Horological Institute are co-hosting perfect course for watchmaking enthusiasts.
Prospective students are invited to apply for the 1800 hour course for which assessment days are being held in August and the longer 3000 hour course that has its assessments in April next year.
Essex-based service and repair specialist has created a purpose-built training room to deliver watchmaking courses.
Paid position would suit a retired watchmaker willing to pass on experience to a new generation.