Want to produce quickly and efficiently? The fastest way to creating high quality, fashionable jewellery is by knowing what materials and pre-fabricated components to select and how to assemble them professionally.

Using the tips and techniques from our Fashion Jewellery Arts Programme, many fashion jewellery artists are able to quickly create entire lines of jewellery and been able to build a loyal customer base!

Become a Fashion Jewellery Designer

Successful fashion jewellery professionals must rise above massproduced, low quality merchandise flooding the market and distinguish themselves through design, quality of materials and expert fabrication. This unique and highly specialized diploma combines professional techniques with practical advice, product knowledge and design inspiration to ensure immediate results.

By becoming a Certified Fashion Jewellery Artist, grow your knowledge base, experience and range of design; profit as you carve your niche in this field.

Completing many different styles of design, using a plethora of different materials, and experiencing how to work with customers and design to specification, this programme prepares you for a successful path in the creative jewellery arts.

Certified Fashion Jewellery Artists:

  • show professionalism and commitment to their craft
  • produce unique designs using advanced techniques
  • understand their materials and choose the best combinations for their jewellery lines
  • develop their own style and brand, with attention to detail and quality, that is consistently saleable.

Diploma in Fine Jewellery Design consists of the following modules:

Fashion Jewellery Arts Diploma components

  • FJ100 - Fashion Jewellery Arts - Foundation

    FJ100 - Fashion Jewellery Arts - Foundation

    Fashion Jewellery Design trainingThe use of thread & wire in jewellery fabrication continues tobe popular because of the technique's wide variety of durablestyles and methods. Learn professional techniques forknotting with silk or polyester and methods of wire work thatinclude the use of hard and soft wire and chain creation. Gobeyond technique and understand how best to match styleswith gemstones, organic and man-made materials.

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  • FJ200 - Fashion Jewellery Arts - Intermediate

    FJ200 - Fashion Jewellery Arts - Intermediate

    Fashion Jewellery Design trainingBuild upon foundational skills by learning new variations ofdesign and technique that expand your design possibilities.Improve stringing, wirework, weaving and chain-makingskills and develop confidence and speed in your production ofquality, lasting jewellery. Discover effective planningtechniques and tools to reduce waste and improve qualityand efficiency when producing jewellery lines.

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  • FJ300 - Fashion Jewellery Arts - Advanced

    FJ300 - Fashion Jewellery Arts - Advanced

    Fashion Jewellery Design trainingExpanding upon the techniques learned in previous courses,learn the design principles and calculations used to create multiple-strand thread-based jewellery, as well as wire techniques to create customized findings, clasps and accessories. At the conclusion of the fashion jewellery programme, students will have produced more than 20 stunning pieces of jewellery to professional standards.

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Diploma core components

  • HS100 - Epic Jewellery and Contemporary Trends

    HS100 - Epic Jewellery and Contemporary Trends

    history of jewellery productionFrom prehistory to the present day, the significant periods of jewellery design are presented in order to gain knowledge and inspiration from the past. See how certain themes,materials and patterns repeat themselves and how World famous jewellers capitalize on these cycles. Today's fashion trends are also covered as well as how jewellery designers can prepare themselves for future trends.

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  • GM100 - Gem and Jewellery Trade Secrets

    GM100 - Gem and Jewellery Trade Secrets

    gemmology trainingAppreciate the rarity of the precious elements used in jewellery: Learn gemstone classification systems and how coloured gemstones, diamonds and pearls are valued and sometimes imitated. Grasp the properties of precious metals and how these and fabrication methods affect value. Become proficient with loupe techniques and examine hundreds of natural, synthetic and imitation gemstones.

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