Diamond Education – Rough Diamond Course

About Us

Diamond LoupeThe Corlia Roberts Diamond Education College presents fascinating courses on diamond evaluation, grading and polishing. Through the Diamond Education college unique combination of one-on-one coaching and integrated videos, students will learn to grade diamonds, polish diamonds, and evaluate diamond stones more consistently and accurately using the very latest in gemmological microscopes. On completion of the course, successful students will receive a Diamond Education College Completion certificate, which “will undoubtedly open doors within a traditionally insular industry

Principal of the College – Corlia Roberts

Corlia is a qualified Fashion Designer, has 20 years experience in the Diamond Industry.

Corlia be contacted on  +27.829657740  | +27.813190211

Her achievements include:
  • GIA (Gemological Institute of America) Diamond Grading course
  • (GIA) Diamond Course
  • (GIA) Gem Identification Course
  • (GIA) Colored stone Grading Course
  • (GIA) Colored stone Course
  • (GIA) Pearl Course
  • (EGL) European Gemological Laboratories – Diamonds and Diamond Grading Course
Diamond – Diamond Education

The mere mention of the word fills the mind with a multitude of concepts and images.

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Corlia Roberts Diamond Education College shared ALROSA's photo. ...

Stripping operations on Botuobinskaya pipe. ALROSA will start diamond mining here in H1 2015. By the way, it's -44C in Yakutia now :)

Diamonds are such a highly traded commodity that multiple organizations have been created for grading and certifying them based on the four Cs, which are color, cut, clarity, and carat. Other characteristics, such as presence or lack of fluorescence, also affect the desirability and thus the value of a diamond used for jewelry.

Perhaps the most famous use of the diamond in jewelry is in engagement rings, which became popular in the early to mid 20th century due to an advertising campaign by the De Beers company, though diamond rings have been used to symbolize engagements since at least the 15th century. The diamond's high value has also been the driving force behind dictators and revolutionary entities, especially in Africa, using slave and child labor to mine blood diamonds to fund conflicts.

Learn the skills to succeed in one of the most glamorous sectors of the jewellery industry – diamonds.

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