Intermediate Jewellery Making


This 6-week intermediate jewellery course has been designed as a progressive step for students who have completed the Introduction to Jewellery Making course or have some prior skills and experience in making jewellery.

Participants will continue to build on their jewellery making skills and gain additional experience in a range of techniques and fabrication processes; including soldering, basic colouration techniques, designing findings (for example, earring hooks and brooch backs), forming and cold joining methods. Students will design and make a more complex piece of their choice that incorporates these new skills and techniques.

Students are required to purchase their own silver for the projects and your tutor will provide you with the necessary details and information on how to do so. Other affordable options such as brass and copper are available should you choose not to work in silver.

Please bring a sketchbook/notebook, pen and pencil.

  • Prior skills and experience in making jewellery. It is recommended that you complete the Introduction to Jewellery Making short course before enrolling into the Intermediate class.
    Minimum age 15.

Short Course Delivery Locations Some short courses can provide accreditation for industry-specific registration, while others merely provide skills and knowledge in the subject area. Concession prices are available for some courses.

Start Date

Tue 11 May 21

End Date

Tue 15 Jun 21

Class Times
Tuesdays 6:00-8:30pm
6 weeks x 2.5 hours
Student Visa (500)

Current VISA holders eligible



$375.00 GST inc

Add to Cart

For more details on short course enrolments, discounts, refunds, international student eligibility and more, please visit Applying for Short Courses
Back to Top