We've compiled a list of professional development and short course providers from up and down the country...
Annette Petch Jewellery
Manor Oaks Studios
389 Manor Lane
Barovic Jewellery Academy
The Barovic Jewellery Acadamy is an independent jewellery school offering the opportunity to develop new skills. Whether you are seeking a career in the jewellery industry, a professional developing their knowledge and skills or a complete novice, there is no better place to learn being inspired and guided by highly skilled and enthusiastic jewellery professionals.
The Barovic Jewellery Academy offers a wide selection of accredited hands-on jewellery design and manufacturing courses and also short courses including CAD, gemmology and creative workshops. Discover the course that is right for you at the Barovic Jewellery Academy.
Barovic Jewellery Academy
2 The Broadway
16 Bryn Calch,
Bristol School of Ar
Bristol School of Art, Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol. BS8 1PX
Gemstone & Hardstone Carving for Jewellery with Charlotte De Syllas
17 – 21 July 2017 | 21– 25 August 2017
Intensive 5 Day Workshop Courses - 5 days intensive work to learn how to carve from cutting out through to polishing an object in hard or gemstone in well equipped studio in Norfolk. Classes are small and friendly, with expert individual tuition. You can go from sawing a piece of rough stone to blocking it out, carving it and polishing the finished article all within a single week’s course.
South East London / Kent borders
Craftworx Jewellery Workshops
Calf House Studios,
Cold Harbour Farm,
Diamond Setting School
One-to-one Diamond Micro-Setting course.
Advanced course designed to produce well qualified Stone Setters.
No experience nedded.
More details on our web page or paying us a visit in Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham.
197 A (ground floor) Warstone Lane, Birmingham. B18 6JR
Electric School of Jewellery & Design
File & Forge Jewellery School
Flux Jewellery School
2F Vanguard Court,
Flux ‘n’ Flame Jewellery School
Luccombe Business & Craft Centre,
Gemological Institute of America Inc. (GIA England)
104 Great Russell Street
British Academy of Jewellery (formerly Holts Academy)
5 St Cross Street,
In The Studio Jewellery School
59 High Street,
Old Stable Block,
Rear of Wells Stores,
Peach Croft Farm,
Twelve Acre Drive,
Place Barn Lane,
K² Academy of Contemporary Jewellery
Tig Welding Tuition
Internationally renowned Silversmith Kevin Grey is pleased to offer ‘one-to-one’ TIG welding tuition at his workshop in Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter.
Using over 30yrs experience of TIG welding Kevin will take you through the basics principles working on a number of metals utilising different welding techniques. This one day class is also open to people who have had some experience with TIG welding and want to improve their skills.
For more details contact email@example.com / 07933 302557
London Jewellery Workshop
Made By Ore
30a Borwick Avenue,
Meon Valley Studio
Mid Cornwall School of Jewellery
Marsh Gate House,
61 Westminster Bridge Rd,
Second Floor Studios & Arts
(soon to be Thames Side Studios),
The Prince's School of Traditional Arts
The Open Programme offers lectures, workshops and short, practical courses in traditional arts and crafts. These are open to anyone over the age of 16 and suit all levels of ability and experience, from beginners to seasoned practitioners.
19-22 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3SG
School of Jewellery, Birmingham City University
Short Course Office,
82-86 Vittoria Street,
School of Master Jewellers
207F The Big Peg
120 Vyse Street
St Albans School of Jewellery
The Old Dairy,
The Bespoke Jewellery Training Company
The Gemmological Association of Great Britain (Gem-A)
21 Ely Place,
The Goldsmith Centre
42 Britton Street,
The London Jewellery School
Back Ground Floor Studio,
67-68 Hatton Garden,
The Vannetta Seecharran School of Jewellery
Panther House, 38 Mount Pleasant
Vanilla Ink studios
West Dean College
22 Upper Maudlin Street,
Christmas Steps Arts Quarter
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