The Bahrain Institute for Pearls and Gems (Danat) hosted students from Ibn Khaldun National School.
The visit aimed to encourage young Bahrainis to pursue a career in gemology.
Students gained knowledge about the workplace at DANAT, job opportunities in the field of pearls, jewelry, and gemstones, as well as the best course of study they can pursue if they decide to pursue a career in this field in the future.
The students were briefed on the educational and training programs offered by the institute and explained to the students, including a diploma in gemology offered in cooperation with Gem-A, a diploma that has received international accreditation.
Noura Jamsheer, CEO of DANAT, emphasized these visits as part of the community partnership activities undertaken by the institute.
It embodies the vital role the Institute plays in promoting Bahrain’s position as a historic center for the pearl trade and examination.
Jamsheer said, “One of the important principles for preserving Bahrain’s national and cultural heritage is the transfer of this historical profession to future generations. In addition to improving the professional mindsets of young people, career orientation, and knowledge of the pearl and jewelry industry.”
In addition to developing new job opportunities for young people that secure their future in accordance with the vision of the Kingdom of Bahrain 2030.