Three cheers for our ladies!

Three cheers for our ladies!

​Since the publication of our last newsletter, our female staff have achieved outstanding results in their professional development.
Margaret Blood and Kylie Pels have both completed training as gemmologists and recently received their gemmology diplomas at a presentation at the Gemmological Association of Australia, in Melbourne. This follows two years of intensive study involving lectures, practical sessions and extra classes that frequently involved three to four nights each week and extra sessions on the weekend.

Meanwhile, Eleanor Hawke was encouraged by Greg to participate in the 2013 Regional Worldskills Trade Olympics.

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