Creditable customized tailored training
The CCVD training offer suggests full-time or part-time programs of study, as well as courses of varying duration, credited or tailored to meet specific client needs. The CCVD targets individuals, government representatives and companies who want to train their employees by developing customized or credited diamond training programs.
Through it’s team of talented and experienced trainers, the CCVD is recognized for the quality of it’s training courses.
The CCVD also offers the possibility to follow several of it’s courses via distance learning.
Active on an international level, the CCVD exports it’s know-how and expertise in different countries.
Credited courses grid
271-713-MT Basic notions of the diamond industry
The student familiarizes himself with the diamond industry. He identifies the major players involved. He also gets familiar with various marketing notions specific to the diamond industry. He learns the morphological characteristics of diamonds. He describes the historical events related to the development of the diamond’s fame and status.
271-755-MT Quality control of diamonds
The student familiarizes himself with the techniques involved in the analysis of the stones. He learns how to take suitable measurements to evaluate the quality standards of the stones i.e. the 4C. He classifies and sorts diamonds and estimates their selling price. He justifies and debates his decisions and consigns the information in the registers.
271-703-MT Introduction to diamond cutting
The student familiarizes himself with the field of diamond cutting in the context of a factory. He describes each of the workstations and their environment. He also describes the different stages of diamond transformation and identifies the market trends of the diamond industry.
271-704-MT Sawing of stones
The student learns the techniques involved with the sawing of diamonds. He learns how to balance the equipment, to choose the blades and to intervene at the time of various problematic situations met during the operation. He interprets the results of his work.
271-705-MT Marking of stones
The student familiarizes himself with the techniques involved with the marking of stones. He sorts diamonds according to various characteristics. He marks stones after having analyzed their crystallographic, mineralogical and economic aspects.
271-714-MT Cutting of the pavilion
The student learns the techniques involved in the cutting of the pavilion. He cuts the pavilion in eight pavilion facets and sixteen halves. He learns how to adjust the stone cutting equipment. He identifies the min quality problems of the pavilion and learns how to perform repairs. He learns how to receive a batch of stones and how to consign the data receive to this stage of the transformation.
271-715-MT Bruting of the stones
The student performs diamond bruting operations at various stages of the transformation process. He uses the latest top of the line technological equipment; he learns how to program it and how to interpret its data.
271-723-MT Cutting of the girdle
The student learns the techniques involved with the cutting of the girdle according to various specifications. He identifies the main quality problems of the girdle and performs repairs. He learns how to handle the equipment and how to consign the data relative to this stage of the transformation.
271-725-MT Blocking of the stones
The student familiarizes himself with the techniques of block and with robotized cutting equipment. He programs the machines in order to cut the diamonds table, crown and pavilion. He evaluates the quality of his work and consigns information in the registers.
271-735-MT Cutting of the crown
The student learns the techniques required to cut the 8 bezels, to polish the 8 stars and the 16 halves of the crown and to polish the table. He learns how to adjust the equipment. He identifies the main quality problems of the crown and learns how to perform repairs. He learns how to receive a batch of stones and how to consign the data relative to this stage of the transformation.
271-745-MT Fancy shape
The student familiarizes himself with the main diamond fancy shapes. He learns the techniques required to polish fancy shape diamonds. He adjusts the equipment, takes measurements, identifies the main problems encountered and makes the necessary corrections in each case. He consigns information in the registers.