Vacheron Constantin And Swiss Watch Association Of North America Announce Cooperation

The Swiss Watch Association of North America was formally established in 2009. Its most important goal is to preserve the fine traditional watchmaking techniques and cultivate qualified watchmakers and craftsmen who are increasing in demand. The rigorous training course only enrolls 6 students per step to ensure that each student can receive the best 1: 1 teaching training in the industry.
    The association’s cooperation with Vacheron Constantin also brought a new and different perspective to the 2013/2014 class. Vacheron Constantin will educate students about the career of watchmakers from a brand perspective, and provide such things as the Geneva Seal, founded in 1887 Teaching topics related to advanced watchmaking allow students to learn more deeply. In addition, the top graduates of the class will also be invited to the Vacheron Constantin watchmaking workshop in Geneva for a three-week factory internship.
    Hugues de Pins, President of Vacheron Constantin North America, said: The cooperation between the two sides fully conveys the core values ​​in the field of fine watchmaking and the know-how of watchmakers. He also said: Almost 200 years ago, the Swiss watch trade began to sprout in the United States. After such a long time, we are very pleased to cooperate with the Swiss Watch Association of North America to build up the heritage of master and apprentice watchmaking in the United States and Switzerland bridge.
    The Swiss Watch Association of North America offers two types of certificates: Encasing Technician license that requires 4 months and a total of 640 hours of training, and Watchmaker that requires 2 years and a total of 3,000 hours of training (Watchmaker ) License, which provides more complete training. The ultimate goal of the above two courses is to train students to achieve works that can fully meet the Swiss Quality standard of excellence, and to be completely student-centered, to provide rich knowledge about clocks and watches, and to learn based on experience and academic knowledge. Understand everything about watchmaking. In terms of teachers, the training lecturer group has more than 50 years of rich watchmaker and practical teaching experience.
    The Swiss Watch Association of North America is a subsidiary of the Swiss Watch Association, established in 2008. The former has a cooperative relationship with the Watchmakers of Switzerland Training and Educational Program (WOSTEP). This independent institution is a Swiss model The watchmaker training center in cooperation with many watch schools around the world, with strict training and teaching quality, to ensure that students trained in each school can meet the extremely high standards of talents required by the Swiss watch industry.
    Vacheron Constantin fully supports the branches of the Swiss Watchmaking Association around the world. This is also one of the brand’s training policies, so that it can maintain the level of practitioners in the field of fine watchmaking, and thus provide the highest standards of service to consumers around the world.
About Vacheron Constantin
    Founded in Geneva in 1755, Vacheron Constantin is one of the oldest watch brands in the world. It has been adhering to the traditional extreme craftsmanship for the past 257 years and has been highly praised by watch fans and connoisseurs alike. The biggest value of the brand lies in the excellent technology, aesthetics and quality of the finished product! For more information, please refer to the original website:
About the Swiss Watch Association of North America
    The Swiss Watch Association of North America was founded to preserve the beauty of state-of-the-art watchmaking skills and to train qualified practitioners who are increasingly in demand. In addition to the North American Swiss Watch Association in Fort Worth, the Swiss Watch Association also provides training courses in Hong Kong (HKIOSW) and Shanghai (CNIOSW). For details, please see: