Advanced Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design

MEM60211

Advanced Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design (MEM60211) offers the skills and knowledge required to develop Jewellery and Object Design solutions that require a wide range of specialised technical and creative skills. Design solutions reflect consideration of aesthetics, function, production techniques, material characteristics and marketability of jewellery and objects.

Target Audience

This qualification targets those producing designs for jewellery that are likely to be for custom manufacture. It also includes the proposed target group of clients to have the skills required to produce designs according to a design brief.

Duration

This course is only offered via the Recognition of Prior Learning Pathway (RPL). Participants have 90 days to complete and submit their RPL evidence for assessment.

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Delivery

✔ Recognition of Prior Learning
✔ Self-paced online study

Packaging Rules

Total number units = 36

9 core units, plus

27 elective units, of which:

  • at least five (5) must be chosen from Group A
  • at least three (3) must be chosen from Group B
  • at least three (3) must be chosen from Group C
  • at least three (3) must be chosen from Group D

The thirteen (13) remaining elective units can be selected as follows, to bring the total number of elective units to twenty-seven (27):

  • Group A, B or C electives not previously selected
  • A maximum of five (5) units from Group E
  • Up to six (6) appropriate elective units may be chosen from other endorsed Training Packages or accredited courses where those units are available in an Advanced Diploma, Diploma (maximum 4 units) or Certificate IV (maximum 4 units) qualification
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Course Structure

Core Units

MEM10314A Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment

MEM19023A Apply drawing and rendering techniques to jewellery or object design

MEM19026A Investigate quality and application of jewellery materials

MEM19040A Create and manufacture jewellery or object design prototypes for the mass market

MEM19041A Experiment with jewellery or object designs

BSBDES502A Establish, negotiate and refine a design brief

CUVPRP501A Realise a body of creative work

CUVRES502A Analyse cultural history and theory

MSAENV272B Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Electives

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Qualification Checklist

This qualification describes the skills and knowledge required to develop jewellery and object design solutions that require a wide range of specialised technical and creative skills. Design solutions reflect consideration of aesthetics, function, production techniques, material characteristics, and marketability of jewellery and objects.

This qualification targets independent professional designs or designers/practitioners in jewellery and objects. Designs may meet a specific client brief and reflect original design concepts. This person is likely to be an owner/operator or employed in a production workshop or all business operation and working directly with clients to produce items.

This qualification is typically used to develop skills and knowledge in jeweller and object design enterprises. Skills gained from this qualification may be applied to specialist jewellery and object design briefs, including heritage jewellery, theatre and film commissions, exhibitions and churchware, as well as one-off individual client briefs.

Licensing/Regulatory Requirements

There is no direct link between this qualification and licensing, legislative and/or regulatory requirements. However, all work must comply with occupational health and safety (OHS) and environmental regulation and legislation that apply to the workplace.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

Packaging Rules

Total number of units = 36

9 core units; plus

27 elective units, of which:

  • At least five (5) units of competency from Group A
  • At least three (3) units of competency from Group B
  • At least three (3) units of competency from Group C
  • At least three (3) units of competency from Group D

The thirteen (13) remaining elective units can be selected as follows:

  • Group A, B, C or D electives not previously selected
  • A maximum of five (5) units from Group E
  • Up to six (6) appropriate elective units may be chosen from other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses where those units are available in an Advanced Diploma, Diploma (maximum 4 units) or Certificate IV (maximum 4 units) qualification.