JD200- Professional Certificate in Technical drawing and Counter sketching

705.53$

Focus on accurate technical drawing in different views for manufacturers as well as fast counter sketching in front of customers. Estimate jewellery costs, develop practical jewellery design skills. [Requires JD100]

An impressive sketch can close a sale; knowing how to sketch efficiently and effectively in front of a customer is an indispensable skill if you are serious in boosting your jewellery sales and conversion rate.

A quick illustration of technical jewellery drawing

As a graduate of the JD100 you already know how to trace, sketch,and considering the elements and principles of design. Since the creative has been covered, this program will train you to focus on accurate and detailed draughts to avoid costly mistakes and guarantee your design is produced to exact customer specifications.

This course is entirely online and consists of 6 progressive modules & requires the prior completion of Jewellery Design 100.

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What you’ll get:

  • Life-time access to 24 hours (6 modules) of on-demand content (worth $1200)
  • Assignment grading and instructor’s feedback (Worth $200)
  • Dedicated support via chat and email ($200)
  • Professional Certificate awarded by JDMIS upon completion ($200)
  • Total value of over $1800!

Satisfaction guaranteed: If you feel you have purchased the course by mistake or you are not happy for whichever reasons, we will provide a full refund (except for any course materials purchased from us), when you send in the request within 30 days from the date of purchase.

Course instructor

Tanja is an award winning jewellery designer with more than 4 decades of experience educating the jewellery industry across 4 continents. Dean and founder of JDMIS, Tanja works with aspiring artisans as well as top jewellery brand team members to help them achieve brilliance in their careers. Read More

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Course materials

A set of rulers, sketching paper and pencials for technical jewellery drawing course at JDMISStudents of this online course can choose to buy the materials themselves or click here to buy the toolkit set from us.

This is the same kit that our students receive when they attend class in person at JDMIS. As a participant of this online design course, you have the fuss-free option of purchasing this Course Kit online, and have it delivered so that you’ll also have all the drawing materials needed to complete your coursework. Alternatively, you may also choose to source for the required tools and materials yourself.

 

Professional Certification

Picture of JDMIS' Jewellery Design Diploma eCertificate

This online programme is adapted from JDMIS’ on-campus Certificate Course, Classical Jewellery Design 200. It covers the same topics and confer the same Professional Certification which can be used to obtain JDMIS’ prestigious Diploma in Fine Jewellery Design.

 

Topics covered:

SGD150
3 sets of ring of different style

JD200 MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO RING STYLES

Total content duration: 4 hours 45 mins

SGD150
Picture of multiple sketches of a ring viewed from different angles

JD200 MODULE 2: INTRODUCTION TO SIDE VIEW OF RINGS

Total Content Duration: 4 hours.

Picture of a gold ring and its respective end-view sketches

JD200 MODULE 3: INTRODUCTION TO END VIEW OF RINGS

Total Content Duration: 5 hours and 15 mins

Picture of a ring being foreshortened in sketch

JD200 MODULE 4: UNDERSTANDING FORESHOTENING

Total content duration: 4 hours 15 mins.

Picture of two rings being rendered in sketches

JD200 MODULE 5: ONE-POINT AND TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVES

Total Content Duration: 3 hours 20 minutes

Picture of gold and silver bars putting next to a price sheet

JD200 MODULE 6: COST ESTIMATIONS

Total Content Duration: 1 hours 45 minutes


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Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to complete the course?
The course consists of 24hours of HD videos and one to two graded assignments for each Module. It usually take up 2-4 weeks of studying depending on your pace.

When is the start date?
The course itself is asynchronous (self-paced) with a rolling admission. Learners can then complete the assignments whenver they are ready.

Is the Certification recognised?
The JDMIS curriculum was designed with input from the jewellery industry, and heeded the call for the programmes to be relevant to today’s
creative world. In Singapore and abroad, organisations such as Tiffany & Co, Cartier, Harry Winston, BP DeSilva Group, Louis Vuitton as well as gemstone manufacturers like Swarovski and Signity value our training curriculum and send their staff for training. International firms such as these and many local jewellery businesses employ JDMIS students in various capacities.The school is registered and recognised as a Private Educational Institution in Singapore, and its courses are recognized by local authorities for employee development within the jewellery industry. JDMIS has established pathways to degree programmes at Birmingham City University and the University of Sunderland. ie: Courses are recognised for academic and vocational study

What are the career opportunities for me after graduating from the course?
Like any other creative industry, the jewellery industry is one in which individuals can create their own unique opportunities. Job categories include: jewellery designer, jewellery artist, jewellery retail specialist, jewellery marketing professional, jewellery management professional, educator or even an entrepreneur in the jewellery industry.

What is the entry requirement?
The course requires the prior completion of Jewellery Design 100, with no other special entry requirements except that learners need to have proficient ability in listening and comprehending English as the teaching medium.

For any other queries, kindly contact the Support Team at [email protected]. Our working hours are from 10am to 7pm Singapore Time, every day except Friday and Public Holidays.

 

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