London Diamond Bourse launches mentor programme

The London Diamond Bourse has launched its inaugural mentor programme designed to supply assist to college students and newcomers within the diamond and jewelry trade.

One of many key options of the programme is the supply of a delegated professional mentor to every participant.

These mentors, who possess in depth trade expertise and a deep understanding of its intricacies, will have interaction in month-to-month one-on-one conferences with their mentees.

The programme goals to facilitate a “seamless transition” for college students as they enter the trade.

The programme additionally affords a spread of academic sources designed to increase the members’ understanding of the diamond and jewelry commerce.

These sources shall be made obtainable by curated workshops and seminars delivered by trade specialists alongside the corporate’s ‘Diamond Sensible Information’ course.

Lastly, programme members can have unique entry to a collection of networking occasions the place they’ll join with established professionals.

Membership to the programme obtainable on an annual foundation, at £300 per 12 months, or on a month-to-month foundation for £30 inc VAT monthly.

Charlotte Rose, who’s main the initiative, mentioned: “Our Mentor Programme goals to empower and uplift the following era of expertise within the diamond and jewelry trade. We’re trying to foster their private {and professional} development, equipping them with the information and abilities wanted to excel of their chosen careers. By bridging the hole between training and employment, the programme ensures that mentees are well-equipped to embark on a profitable profession trajectory.”

Alan Cohen, London Diamond Bourse president, added: “Mentor-based coaching programmes are important for information switch, talent improvement, personalised steerage, networking and profession development. They foster a tradition of studying, collaboration {and professional} development. We’re delighted to have the ability to present assist on this method to the following era of trade professionals.”