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The Watch & Clock School of Western Australia was founded in 2011. From initial beginnings in a classroom hired at a local government college, the School then expanded to leased premises in Gosnells. In 2020, the School moved yet again to state-of-the-art premises in Kenwick. The School has increased from twelve students in its first year of operation to thirty six students enrolling annually. Students range in age from 18 through to 70 and the course caters for both the hobbyist and those wishing to make watch and clock repair their profession. So far 15 students have completed the course in Watch and Clock Servicing and Repair while two students have completed the course in only Clock Service and Repair.

Course Lecturers


Guenter Best: Master Watchmaker; Vice President, Master Clock and Watch Makers Association (WA)
Guenter is a retired watchmaker with over 55 years experience. He is currently the vice president of the Association and has previously been involved in teaching watchmaking courses. Guenter's task in the Association is to look after the professional development of its members.


Nino Sardi: Bachelor Applied Science (Physics); Post Graduate Diploma in Education; Cert III Engineering - Mechanical Trades (Watchmaking); Cert IV Assessment & Training; President, Master Clock and Watch Makers Association(WA)
Nino taught Physics for 33 years as well as Electronics, Chemistry and Computing. He studied watchmaking under Guenter Best and has been involved in the trade for 16 years. Currently running his own watch and clock repair business, Nino is the principal lecturer of the School and also the President of the Association.