Ruby Sapphire Treatments Identification
  • Ruby Sapphire Treatments Identification

Accredited Gemologist Diploma (A.G.)
  • Emphasizing the practical gem identification and synthetic/treatment detection skills required to become a proficient gemologist in today's industry, as well as providing a solid grounding in the commercial aspects of grading and valuation.

Intensive Accredited Gemologist Diploma (I-AG-E)
  • Emphasizing the practical gem identification and synthetic/treatment detection skills required to become a proficient gemologist in today's industry, as well as providing a solid grounding in the commercial aspects of grading and valuation.

Basic Jewelry Design (E401)
( 16 days ,USD 1,200 )
Basic Jewelry Design (E401)
  • An entry-level foundation in technical rendering and design, this course introduces the sketching and watercolor-based representation for a variety of gemstones, settings and full jewelry pieces.

 
Gem Identification (E102)
  • This intensive course covers over three hundred well-known and less commonly encountered gemstones, and is aimed at providing students with the skills they need to make quick and reliable gem identifications.

Synthetic and Treated Gem Identification (E301)
  • With a collection of over a thousand rough and cut stones, this course offers students a rare opportunity to examine all the major synthetic and treated gem varieties found within the marketplace.

Colored Stone Grading and Pricing (E201)
  • This course provides students with a grounding in the assessment of color, clarity and cut for a large number of colored gemstones, emphasizing how such factors affect their values in an ever-changing marketplace.

Diamond Grading and Pricing (E103)
  • Offering access to hundreds of diamonds in a wide variety of grades, sizes, cuts and levels of clarity, this course unit provides students with the skills required to judge the “Four C’s” of diamond grading.

 
Jewelry Design (E501)
( 48 days ,USD 2,500 )
Jewelry Design (E501)
  • Training in design fundamentals, expressed through the media of sketching and watercolor-based painting, for the design of rings, earrings, pendants etc

Countertop Sketching (E503)
( 5 days ,USD 700 )
Countertop Sketching (E503)
  • This ten-day course provides a basic foundation in fast, pencil-based sketching skills and is aimed at beginners and seasoned professionals alike.

Introduction to Gems and Gemology (E101)
  • A basic introduction to the major sources, physical properties and market values of some of the most well-known gem varieties, providing students with the opportunity to get valuable hands-on experience.

5-Day Diamond Grading and Pricing (E105)
  • Intensive five-day training course, covering the fundamentals of diamond identification, as well as the grading and valuation procedures commonly applied to both colorless and colored stones.

 
My Wish List Gem Course (S-TM)
  • Write a brief description of a course you would like to see offered at AIGS for your Wish List gem course.

 
Accredited Gemologist Diploma (A.G.)
  • Emphasizing the practical gem identification and synthetic/treatment detection skills required to become a proficient gemologist in today's industry, as well as providing a solid grounding in the commercial aspects of grading and valuation.

Intensive Accredited Gemologist Diploma (I-AG-E)
  • Emphasizing the practical gem identification and synthetic/treatment detection skills required to become a proficient gemologist in today's industry, as well as providing a solid grounding in the commercial aspects of grading and valuation.

Gem Identification (E102)
  • This intensive course covers over three hundred well-known and less commonly encountered gemstones, and is aimed at providing students with the skills they need to make quick and reliable gem identifications.

Synthetic and Treated Gem Identification (E301)
  • With a collection of over a thousand rough and cut stones, this course offers students a rare opportunity to examine all the major synthetic and treated gem varieties found within the marketplace.

 
Colored Stone Grading and Pricing (E201)
  • This course provides students with a grounding in the assessment of color, clarity and cut for a large number of colored gemstones, emphasizing how such factors affect their values in an ever-changing marketplace.

Diamond Grading and Pricing (E103)
  • Offering access to hundreds of diamonds in a wide variety of grades, sizes, cuts and levels of clarity, this course unit provides students with the skills required to judge the “Four C’s” of diamond grading.

My Wish List Gem Course (S-TM)
  • Write a brief description of a course you would like to see offered at AIGS for your Wish List gem course.

 
Basic Jewelry Design (E401)
( 16 days ,USD 1,200 )
Basic Jewelry Design (E401)
  • An entry-level foundation in technical rendering and design, this course introduces the sketching and watercolor-based representation for a variety of gemstones, settings and full jewelry pieces.

Jewelry Design (E501)
( 48 days ,USD 2,500 )
Jewelry Design (E501)
  • Training in design fundamentals, expressed through the media of sketching and watercolor-based painting, for the design of rings, earrings, pendants etc

Countertop Sketching (E503)
( 5 days ,USD 700 )
Countertop Sketching (E503)
  • This ten-day course provides a basic foundation in fast, pencil-based sketching skills and is aimed at beginners and seasoned professionals alike.

 
5-Day Diamond Grading and Pricing (E105)
  • Intensive five-day training course, covering the fundamentals of diamond identification, as well as the grading and valuation procedures commonly applied to both colorless and colored stones.

 
Ruby Sapphire Treatments Identification
  • Ruby Sapphire Treatments Identification

Introduction to Gems and Gemology (E101)
  • A basic introduction to the major sources, physical properties and market values of some of the most well-known gem varieties, providing students with the opportunity to get valuable hands-on experience.