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The AWCI member directory is the largest online directory of watch and clock professionals in the United States. It is here to help you find a repair person to serve your watch and clock repair needs. You can search by location, keyword, or both. Fill in any or all of the fields.

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AWCI members are dedicated to the timekeeping or horology profession and to the standards of workmanship and business ethics set forth by this national trade association.

Magic Touch Jewelry & Watch Repairs
Greg Nalbandian, CW21

Work: (619) 260-1700
Fax: (619) 260-1771
info@magictouchjeweler.com
www.magictouchjeweler.com
5658 Mission Center Rd.
Suite 305
San Diego CA 92108
United States
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Greg Nalbandian Certified Watchmaker CW21
Jewelry & Watch Repairs San Diego, CA

AWCI Certifications: CW21
Other Horological Certifications: None

Horological Education: None


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Certification from AWCI means that the watchmakers or clockmakers have proven to a board of professionals that they have the skills to perform quality repairs on the materials for which they are certified. Current AWCI certifications are: CW21, CMW21, CC21, CMC21. Schools may also give a certification upon graduation (SAWTA or WOSTEP). AWCI provides this list of members as a service and does not endorse the competency or business practices of any individual.

AWCI Certifications

Certification from AWCI means that the watchmakers or clockmakers have proven to a board of professionals that they have the skills to perform quality repairs on the materials for which they are certified. Current AWCI certifications, available since 2004, are:

  • CW21: Certified Watchmaker for the twenty-first century.
  • CMW21: Certified Master Watchmaker for the twenty-first century.
  • CC21: Certified Clockmaker for the twenty-first century.
  • CMC21: Certified Master Clockmaker for the twenty-first century.
  • FAWCI: Fellow of the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute*

Older certifications included:

  • CW: Certified Watchmaker
  • CMW: Certified Master Watchmaker
  • CC: Certified Clockmaker
  • CMC: Certified Master Clockmaker
  • CEWT: Certified Electronic Watch Technician
  • CMEW: Certified Master Electronic Watchmaker
  • FAWI: Fellow of the American Watchmakers Institute*

* Honorary Title

The specific requirements for our current certifications can be found at: http://www.awci.com/education-certification/certification/

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Other Horological Certifications

Some international organizations and schools offer certifications similar to those offered by AWCI. AWCI does not endorse these certifications but since they are presently available and widely accepted by industry members may list them in this directory for your convenience. The most common external certifications include: WOSTEP, BHI, and SAWTA. Please contact the certifying body for more information.

Certifications and diplomas offered by institutions which are no longer available are only listed in the Education History section of the directory.

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Horological Education

The Horological Education section of the Find A Professional directory is member reported and verified by a signed letter or diploma. This information is provided for your convenience. AWCI believes that continuing education is essential for all watchmakers. For our certified professionals we require 6 units (48 hours) of continuing education every 5 years and we encourage all watchmakers and clockmakers to seek out at least one significant training opportunity every 5 years.

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American Watchmakers - Clockmakers Institute

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