Jewellery Training Council Students

Jewellery Training Council of Australia

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The Jewellery Training Council wishes advise that on June the 26th of 2019 the new Jewellery Manufacturing Course code has been updated to MEM30619 Jewellery Manufacture. Specific changes are two electives, MEM18001 Use Hand Tools and MEM18002 Use power tools/ Hand held operations being added to the pre-existing core units.

The Jewellery Training Council wishes advise that on June the 26th of 2019 the new Jewellery Manufacturing Course code has been updated to MEM30619 Jewellery Manufacture.

Specific changes are two electives, MEM18001 Use Hand Tools and MEM18002 Use power tools/ Hand held operations being added to the pre-existing core units.

Jewellery Training Council, JTC

The Jewellery Training Council is the current self-governing Industry Validation for the Jewellery Manufacturing Industry.

It seeks to provide advice, conversation and validation inclusive and without prejudice on any aspect of the Manufacturing Jewellery Industry.

Current Training Council course providers:

Training Solutions https://jewellery-training-solutions.thinkific.com/

The Academy of Jewellery Manufacture and Design, A.J.M.D www.ajmd.biz

Trade Associates:

MinRes
Peter W Beck
Australian Jewellery Suppliers
Twin Plaza
A & E Metals
Koodak Tool Supplier
Young Jewellers Group
Silver and Goldsmith Guild of Australia
Jewellers Association of Australia, JAA
Gemmological Association of Australia, GAA
Australian and New Zealand Jeweller, ANZ

The Council works like this:

The JTC is made up of the Manufacturing Jewellery Industry as a whole. Divide into three independent industry clusters as follows:

Training Council and Assessment Review Panel, TCARP: This panel is made up of Manufactures and has the explicit obligation to review all apprentice work in each state to maintain valid and independent oversite of training outcomes for the Manufacturing Jewellery Industry. They are also responsible for Training Package review and development. The council members are chosen from the industry community and must be qualified Manufacturers who have had apprentices and who’s business are still currently producing on a commercial basis.

Independent Suppliers and Educators: These members have a financial obligation to the JTC. They pay a regular membership which allows them to engage with the training delivery of courses that they deliver to the Training Package requirements, with a Valid committment to Industry standards. All documentation will be done through the AJMD and final processing via MinRes..

Industry Community of Manufactures: This group is the core community and is made up of Manufacturing Jewellers. Their membership is free, and the Training Council Assessment and Review Panel is chosen from this group. Often communication is derived from social media interactions, industry meetings and one on one engagement with manufactures.

All participants are both consumers of education and industry participants. The TCARP is the final stop for education implementation and standards. The TCARP members are not paid for their work.
The Validation Process

Each Year in November all students wishing to progress into the industry will have their work independently assessed by a JTC industry panel of Manufacturers for competency. If successful they will progress to the next stage of their training or be provided their parchment.

Jewellery Training Council
Jewellery Training Council of Australia. Committed to developing quality skills into the Manufacturing Industry.

Have your say on the current Training Package Here!

Resource Links:
Manufacturing Skills Australia
Metal and Engineering Training Package
Australian Quality Frame works
Manufacturing and Engineering Industry Reference Committee (IRC) MEM05 – Metal and Engineering Training Package report

We will contact you to discuss your industry concerns and needs