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Advance diploma in Jewelry design

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Course Features

  • Language: English
  • Lesson: 0
  • Certificate: Yes
  • Skill Level: 10th Pass
  • Course Capacity: 60
  • Start Course: 04/01/2017

Descriptions

Jewelry design diploma course brings out each student’s instinctive creativity and helping them to design with ability and confidence. Here at CIFT, we have a experience faculty who teach all the aspects of jewelry design theoretically and practically so students will be able to express their creativity and make proper Jewelry design. The course offers opportunity for those who want to learn new skills and techniques in the highly exciting and creative field of Jewelry designing. The course includes everything from drawing, brainstorming, mold making, and jewelry making techniques. It helps you to develop skills, gain knowledge and understanding in the conceptualization, design and development of Jewelry pieces. At the end of completion of course they can design a portfolio of their own style and you can start you own business.

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