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The MEM30619 Certificate III in Jewellery Manufacture is part of a trade apprenticeship in jewellery making and is delivered under the guidance of a qualified jeweller. Starting with the basics, you will learn technical drawing, 2D and 3D technologies, engineering measurements and computations, using hand and precision tools, as well as workplace safety and team communication. At the same time you’ll be making jewellery, fabricating jewellery parts, and working with a range precious metals and gem materials. Graduate a trade qualified jewellery manufacturer. Enquire now for the list of entry requirements, graduation competencies, and enrolment centres near you.
Learn to design and manufacture jewellery with the Certificate III in Jewellery Manufacture (MEM30605). This is a 3 year course and can be used to support a nationally recognised apprenticeship in jewellery making. You’ll graduate knowing how to design jewellery using both computing technologies and technical drawing, as well as work with molten metals, glass, gemstones, and metal casting.
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Learn how to design and manufacture custom-made jewellery with the MEM50311 Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design. This nationally recognised diploma will teach you how to realise a body of creative work, taking concept drawings to finished jewellery pieces. The course covers: drawing and rendering techniques to jewellery design, investigating the quality and application of jewellery materials, analysing cultural history and theory, computer modelling and CAD, working to design briefs, refining drawing techniques, as well as jewellery making skills using a variety of metals. Enquire now for the list of study units, graduation competencies, and enrolment centres near you.
The MEM60211 Advanced Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design will teach you how to design beautiful jewellery pieces, then develop them into saleable items for the mass market. This nationally recognised qualification focuses on design but there is also scope to gain business administration and marketing skills. The course covers: drawing and rendering techniques, experimenting with jewellery design, investigating the quality and application of jewellery materials, developing design prototypes for manufacturers, realising a body of creative work, and much more. Enquire now for the list of entry requirements, career outcomes, and enrolment centres near you.
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