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DCA Announces Collaboration with Canadian Jewellers Association

MajorsDec 15, 2021

DCA Announces Collaboration with Canadian Jewellers Association

The partnership will give all CJA members access to the Diamond Council of America’s professional certification courses.

New York—The Diamond Council of America has announced a collaboration with the Canadian Jewellers Association.

The partnership will give all CJA members access to DCA’s professional certification courses: the newly revamped Diamond Course, as well as Beginning Jewelry Sales, Advanced Jewelry Sales, and Colored Gemstones.

All are available for $150 per course for both DCA and CJA members, or $200 per course for non-DCA members.

They can be accessed through DCALearning.org

“The Diamond Council of America is thrilled about our partnership with the Canadian Jewellers Association to bring DCA courses to our friends at CJA. I compliment the CJA team for making this partnership possible,” said DCA President and CEO Terry Chandler.

CJA Managing Director Beatrice Sturtevant said, “Today is a great day for The Canadian Jewellers Association. We welcome DCA to our CJA family! We are thrilled to announce our partnership to our amazing CJA members and to the trade, both in Canada and the USA. CJA members will be able to take advantage of the fabulous courses that DCA has to offer. I am incredibly happy to be able to offer these great courses to our CJA members.”

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