All JDMIS Diplomas include an ‘enhanced’ variation with additional wholistic projects that utilise information from ALL course modules and their successful completion represents not only skills competence, but synthesis of learning and effective practical application of those skills.

Students aiming for the enhanced diploma are required to complete two projects, each project is inclusive of 18 hours of contact time between students and their advisor and should be completed in not more than 2 calendar months. Projects can be undertaken separately or, for especially driven participants, concurrently with other diploma training activities.

Participants choosing NOT to complete the enhanced projects, but who have successfully completed the 6 required diploma modules will exit the programme without the 'enhanced' variation of the qualification.

Fine Jewellery Design Diploma Enhanced Project Modules:

The following are Enhanced Project modules for the Fine Jewellery Design Diploma.

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    HPJD1 - Bespoke Jewellery Design Assignment

    Being commissioned by a client to design a piece of bespoke jewellery is not uncommon in the industry. This Enhanced Project Module places the designer in the situation where they will have to meet a client's requirements with consideration to the client's budget.


  • HPJD2 - Complete Jewellery Line Design Assignment

    Creating a line of jewellery will be a natural desire for any jewellery designer in the upcoming future. This Enhanced Project Module gives the designer their first trial in creating their very own jewellery line while taking inspirations from current trends.


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Precious Metal Arts Diploma Enhanced Project Modules:

The following are Enhanced Project modules for the Precious Metal Arts Diploma.

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    HPMA1 - Bespoke Jewellery Fabrication Assignment

    Being commissioned by a client to craft pieces of bespoke jewellery is not uncommon in the industry. This Enhanced Project Module places the jewellery smith in the situation where they will have to create durable wearable and beautiful jewellery using their metal clay skills.

  • HPMA2 - Commercial/Artistic Jewellery Fabrication Assignment

    As a jewellery smith crafting new and original jewellery is an obvious eventuality. This Enhanced project Module puts the skills of the jewellery smith to the test by having them follow several guidelines to create their own original piece of contemporary-style jewllery.

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Fashion Jewellery Arts Diploma Enhanced Project Modules:

The following are Enhanced Project modules for the Fashion Jewellery Arts Diploma .

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    HPJD1 - Bespoke Fashion Jewellery Assignment

    Being commissioned by a client to design a piece of bespoke jewellery is not uncommon in the industry. This Enhanced Project Module places the designer in the situation where they will have to meet a client's requirements with consideration to the client's budget.

  • HPFJ2 - Fashion Show Jewellery Set Assignment

    The catwalk is a competitive arena for designers and a hotspot for fashionistas who are looking for the next trending thing in the world of flamboyant accessories. This Enhanced Project Module hones our fashion jewellers skills by having them assemble beautiful, eye-catching jewellery fit for the catwalk.

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Advanced Fine Jewellery Design Diploma Enhanced Project Modules:

The following are Enhanced Project modules for the Advanced Fine Jewellery Design Diploma.

  • HPJD3 - Gem and Jewellery Redesign Assignment

    Some clients may approach a designer to redesign an old piece of jewellery into a more modern design. This Enhanced Project Module gives the designer the chance to demonstrate their skills and knowledge to revitalise a client's heirloom jewellery with a brand new appearance for future generations to enjoy.

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    HPJD4 - Jewellery Competition Submission Assignment

    Jewellery design competitions come aplenty. This Enhanced Project Module has students produce a competition worthy design using real life competition themes and criteria as design guidelines.

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Advanced Precious Metal Arts Diploma Enhanced Project Modules:

The following are Enhanced Project modules for the Advanced Precious Metal Arts Diploma.

  • HPMA3 - Replicate Lost Heirloom Jewellery Assignment

    Many pieces of jewellery have sentimental value. But there are cases where these beautiful pieces of art are misplaced, damaged or lost. This Enhanced Project Module has the jewellery smith recreate a client's jewellery piece using one from the same pair.

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    HPMA4 - Manufacture Jewellery from Provided Wax Assignment

    As a jewellery smith having a wax model delivered to you by a jewellery boutique with a request for it to be cast and beautiful gemstones set for their client will be a regular occurrence. This Enhanced Project Module has the jewellery smith casting and finishing a wax model of a piece of jewellery to perfection.

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