Certificate III in Design Fundamentals (Product & Jewellery Design)

Jobs and Skills WA: Jewellery courses
Get set for a career that can really sparkle!

If you have a creative flair, and love the idea of creating products and/or jewellery, this is the course for you.

Through this nationally recognised qualification, you'll learn the fundamental principles of design as they apply to the areas of product and jewellery. You'll also learn how to create technical drawings and 3D models, as well as a range of other fantastic skills that can set you up to be job ready for a great career.

VET for secondary students
Industry: Creative Industries
National course code: CUA30720 | WA State ID: AE47

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Take a shine to creating jewellery and products 

This course offers you the opportunity for creative expression and experimentation in producing jewellery and products..

You'll gain practical skills and knowledge to create and communicate design concepts. You will also learn to evaluate design solutions and communicate your ideas effectively.

Over the semester, you'll dive into 2D design principles and processes, create basic 3D models using both digital and traditional methods, explore colour theory, and practice your drawing skills. More importantly you'll gain hands-on experience designing and creating products and jewellery.


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