PCDI Career Diploma in Jewelry Design and Repair

Would you like to learn how to design and craft beautiful, custom jewelry pieces? Would you like to know how to repair broken jewelry and size rings? Do you want to develop your ability to work with all kinds of metals, gems, stones, and watches? If so, then you may be interested in earning a career diploma in jewelry design and repair from PCDI.

PCDI's distance learning course in jewelry design and repair will give you thorough, practical training in this exciting, creative field. You'll learn professional-level skills and techniques such as how to perform basic jewelry repairs and create unique designs. And you'll practice what you learn through challenging hands-on projects.

Included in this jewelry design and repair course is a set of fine, professional jewelry tools, including a saw frame and blades, wax, pliers, tweezers, hand drill, drill bits, synthetic gems, silver ring mounting, prong pusher, round and square files, file handle, emery paper, v-board and clip, loupe, ring clamp, ring stick, solder pick and block, silver solder, soldering flux, brass wire and sheets, carving wax, double-sided wax file, and polishing cloth. You'll learn how to use these tools in your studies.

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