School of Jewellery New Summer Short Course Programme

The School of Jewellery is pleased to announce the launch of their prestigious summer programme which includes several new inspirational master classes.
The Summer School beginning at the end of June, offers a wide range of inspirational specially designed courses to develop the professional skills of experienced makers or to assist beginners learn new skills.

In keeping with their reputation the School of Jewellery has once again engaged some of the very best tutors from industry and academia, including for 2011; International experts; Cynthia Eid for Argentium and Arline Fisch for Textile Techniques in Metal.

The School of Jewellery, located on Vittoria Street in the heart of Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter since 1890, has numerous industry suppliers and specialists for tools, materials and services nearby making it an ideal location to study and make useful industry contacts.

[t] Reservations: 0121 248 4584 Monday to Thursday 9am to 2.30pm
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[a] School of Jewellery, Birmingham B1 3PA ENGLAND

Bespoke Training Sessions
Ideal for those requiring intensive professional training in a specialist industry skill, such as; Electroforming, Stonesetting Polishing, Anodising and Colouring Aluminium, Enamelling, CAD/Rapid Prototyping and others, all subject to tutor availability. Please contact us for further details or if you would like a quotation for this type of course. Enquires:

Bespoke CAD Introductory Day
For those who would like to investigate the possibilities of using CAD/Rapid Prototyping for their work. A one day session with a CAD specialist in the following software options are available; Artcam Jewelsmith, Jewelcad, Rhino and Solidworks. These one day sessions can be arranged at any time subject to tutor availability, please contact us if you would like a quotation for this type of course. Enquires:

Courses are open to everyone; places are very limited and are allocated on a first-come first served basis.

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