Not all designers use jewellery-specific software. Advanced CAD designers can quickly transfer their skills to other 3D platforms that extend creative options, interactivity or manufacturing flexibility. zBrush, Fusion 360 & others.
For more information about this course, please contact the JDMIS registrar.
Tools and materials
Uniquely, JDMIS has all of its CAD Lab configured for remote access - students are given login-credentials to allow them to remotely operate JDMIS' sophisticated equipment and specialised software throughout the duration of their training and project work.
For those that want to install their own software for use off-line, JDMIS works with GemVision to obtain affordable student-licences of this professional software. Industry users ready to adopt these new tools can also take advantage of volume discounts given to JDMIS students from regional software and equipment resellers.
This course offers a design experience. At the end of the workshop, participants will have designed their own jewellery.
Next Step (Complementary Jewellery Design Specialisations): JD300 - Classical Jewellery Design 3: Jewellery Illustration, Light and Colour
Advanced Jeweller's Knowledge (Core Components):
GT200 - Jewellery Trade Practices 2: Gem Identification Methods,
FT200 - Jewellery Fashion Trends 2: Aesthetic Self Discovery and Future Trends
Participants attending and completing this programme as a stand-alone certification can choose to enroll for the Fine Jewellery Design Advanced Diploma.
1 week (Full-time), or
5 weeks (Part-time)
JDMIS runs weekday & weekend schedules for this popular course. JDMIS also has flexible make-up schedules and graduates can return without cost for refresher courses (subject to availability).
Course fee is inclusive of GST as well as all tools and materials provided during the course.