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INTERESTED IN WATCHES?

Keep your thumb on the mainspring of Scottish horology and watchmaking! Sign up for the Education Newsletter!

* This Newsletter is meant for an audience aged 14 and above. It is for people who want to learn more about watchmaking, watch repairs, the science of horology. By signing up to the SWC Education Newsletter, you will receive:

​- Online study resources; 

- Information on the world of watchmaking in Scotland and around the world; 

- Information on the latest workshops, tradeshows and watch meetups.

INTRO TO HOROLOGY

Scotland Watch Company (SWC) strives to maintain high standards for quality and customer satisfaction, while also positively contributing to the Horology industry in the UK. We are constantly challenging ourselves to grow in a conscious and responsible manner.

 

SWC is dedicated to building interest in Horology among students and young adults in the UK. We plan to achieve this through education. We have developed an interactive educational programme that aims to inspire a curiosity in students and young adults to enter into a skilled industry with a view to becoming a craftsman. 

"ENGENDERING CURIOSITY THROUGH EDUCATION"

An Educational Outreach Programme Run by SWC

As a young company, we embrace the view that all corporate entities have a duty to offer payback to their local community. In our case, this takes the form of an educational talk, whereby we introduce the science of horology and the craft of watch and clock making. We would like to address young adults and students in the hope that they consider making horology their career choice.

SWC has created an "introduction to horology" programme combining informative talks with practical demonstrations. The interactive presentation introduces the historical, mechanical, economical, artistic and physics theories that govern horology.

"I make no apology for being a purist. Ours is the purist of mechanical arts.” 

Roger W. Smith OBE Watch and Clockmaker

We hope to be able to work with as many local education authorities as possible in order to be able to speak to young adults within secondary school settings.

The Scotland Watch Company will work with organisations such as Scottish education authorities, British Horological Institute, local councils, community organisations and schools to bring skilled craft education to the young people of Scotland.

If you are a member of a school or would like to see the SWC introduction to Horology Programme at your local Secondary School, society, church, meetup or educational group then please email education@scotlandwatchco.scot ! We always respond to all emails.

Sign up for the Education Newsletter!

* This Newsletter is meant for an audience aged 14 and above. It is for people who want to learn more about watchmaking, watch repairs, the science of horology. By signing up to the SWC Education Newsletter, you will receive:

​- Online study resources; 

- Information on the world of watchmaking in Scotland and around the world; 

- Information on the latest workshops, tradeshows and watch meetups.

SOSHUL MEEJAH

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