Mark Lovick has been repairing watches since the late 1980s and has a genuine passion for passing on the knowledge he has gained over the years.
Whether you are a watch collector, a hobbyist, or would like to pursue watch repairing as a potential career, you’ll find that delving into a watch movement can be a very enjoyable skill to learn. Why not get started on your own watch repair journey today?
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A Truly Unique Watch Repair Course
Until now, the entry point into watch repair has been either through apprenticeship, self learning via books, or entry to a Horology course with a technical college. Whilst I believe apprenticeship is the absolute best way to learn this trade, opportunities are getting more and more scarce. Many college watch repair courses are being scrapped because of lack of teachers, lack of funds, or lack of students. I hate to say it, but the promotion of watch repair lessons, and Horology to school students as a viable career option, is very rare.
There are several top end courses available to the lucky few, W.O.S.T.E.P as an example, but these specialised watch repair courses are notoriously difficult to gain entry, with many places being reserved for students sponsored by one of the large watch houses.
There are also many fantastic book resources available for learning Watch Repair techniques, and we should not overlook these resources. It is very important to learn from the masters of past. However, many of these books are very dated and do not come close to covering modern watch calibers, tools and techniques.
This course is unique because it discusses tools and watch repair techniques in a modern way, high definition crystal clear video streamed directly to your computer, cellphone or tablet.
This course is a great resource for getting the right tools and supplies to get started in watchmaking/repair. There is wisdom in Mark's words. Purchase the best screwdrivers and tweezers you can afford. The Swiss know what they are doing here.
Although I've been a collector of watches for many years I realised that my knowledge was somewhat lacking, where the actual mechanics was concerned. So i bit the bullet and decided to seek more info.
I stumbled upon the watch repair videos on YouTube so signed up.
I have just finished Mark's 1st course and am now inthe process of constructing a purpose made workshop ready to take the second course.
Course 1 was very informative, Mark's teaching style is second to none.
He's able to describe processes clearly and accompanied with superb photography made the whole experience most enjoyable.
Cant wait to get cracking again.
Incidentally im a 64years old student.
Online LearningWith this unique watch repair course, you will learn the craft at your own pace, in the comfort of your home. All lessons are crystal clear. We have put great care and attention into the production of the videos. We have made this possible with the investment of high quality camera equipment.
Mark Lovick has been producing and publishing high-quality watch repair video content on YouTube for several years and gained a lot of experience in making clear and concise points, illustrated with the high definition Macro photography.