This course may be fee free, or available at a reduced cost.
This course is currently scheduled on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with day classes. This timetable may change and will be confirmed by your teacher.
Assessments give you the opportunity to demonstrate what you have learnt and to identify the knowledge or skills that may need further development.
Knowledge assessments: short answer and multiple choice questions
Practical skills assessments: demonstrations under observation
Skills assessments: projects
Simulated workplace projects: scenario-based problem solving
Work placement provides you with opportunities to respond to situations and circumstances that cannot be replicated in a learning or simulated environment. Work placement strengthens your training and supports continued learning and assessment in the workplace.
There is no work placement requirement for this qualification. As an apprentice, you will gain your experience on-the-job with your employer.
To complete this course, the following materials are required:
A pen for writing notes, fine tip permanent pen, fine felt tip pen / Artline
30cm metal ruler, eraser, sharpener
Pencils: HB, B, H, mechanical pencil with .05 or .03 leads,
Compass that holds a pencil
2 x A4 plastic sleeve folder (cheap from supermarket- to hold briefs/notes),
A4 visual diary
Additional ongoing material costs for metal, gems and tools at an estimated cost of $50 to $100.
A basic jewellery tool kit is required which includes: basic hand tools, soldering equipment, wax carving tools and consumables.
To make sure this delivery option is the right fit for you, we will need you to demonstrate that you can meet the additional requirements below.
There are no additional requirements for this qualification.
Courses are made up of a combination of both core and specialty units. In the Certificate III in Jewellery Manufacture qualification, you’ll need to successfully complete 96 weighting points, including 33 core and 63 speciality units.
Core units are central to the job outcomes of a particular industry or occupation. These are the units industry has agreed are essential to be capable and qualified at a particular study level.
Study in purpose built facilities that supports and accelerates your learning - from art studios and mechanical workshops to laboratories and bakeries. Structure your weekly schedule, immerse yourself in your craft, build friendships and networks, and enjoy an impactful learning experience.
TAFE NSW Design Centre Enmore (DCE), located in Sydney’s vibrant and cosmopolitan inner west, is home to many of Australia's best-known design courses. Featuring a wide variety of design disciplines, TAFE NSW Design Centre Enmore offers an intimate setting, where students and staff from different departments have the opportunity to meet, talk, work together and immerse themselves in a creative environment of limitless possibilities.
110 Edgeware Road Enmore 2042
Parking on campus grounds is available.
Refer to your local bus timetables, visit transportnsw.info
Newtown Station is 1200 metres from campus.
TAFE NSW campuses work closely with the community and industry to ensure you have access to the industry standard technologies, equipment and facilities.
Four Mac labs and five PC labs
Large exhibition area
Nine design studios
Specialist technology workshop
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