Training schedule for 2021:
|Course||Start date||Number of hours||Scheme||Venue|
|Appraiser of articles with precious metals and gemmological materials||20 September||125 Hours||Working hours||Lisboa|
|Appraiser of articles with precious metals and gemmological materials||20 October||125 Hours||Working hours||Porto|
Addressed to: Future Evaluators of articles with precious metals and gemmological materials.
Minimum access requirements: 12th year of schooling (high school completed) or equivalent qualification.
Amount of registration fees: EUR 1,813.32 (VAT-free amount).
|Technical Officer as Assayer-Smelter||22 September||75 Hours||After Working hours||Porto|
Addressed to: Future Assayers-Smelters
Minimum access requirements: 12th year of schooling or equivalent qualification in the area of a Science and Technology Course (including Chemistry classes).
Amount of registration: EUR 2,020.55 (VAT-free amount).
More than ever, training is the key for all those, professionals and organisations, wishing to be more competitive and to grow in valorisation and professional evolution.
Training actions for the profession of Appraiser of Articles with Precious Metals and Gemmological Materials and Technical Officer as Assayer-Smelter, being a legal responsibility, are also a commitment of the Assay Office, which intends to equip potential evaluators and assayer-smelters with the technical know-how for the profession and the acquisition of knowledge and competences that are crucial for the proper performance of their duties.
Having followed an accredited and complete training, our trainees will be able to acquire and deepen different concepts, to improve their practice and, therefore, will reach higher levels of knowledge, which will be an added value when submitting to examination tests. For more information, please follow this link.
The content of these training actions will be key in order to obtain the professional title of Evaluator and Technical Officer as Assayer-Smelter.