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Evening training courses


Turn your love of jewelry into a sparkling, challenging new career with a jewelry education. Our courses are an efficient way to learn to design jewelry, make or repair it in a traditional way, or get started using the latest 3D techniques.
Something for everyone, creating, drawing, engraving, setting and repairing rings, earrings, pendants, bracelets and necklaces.


Beautify your future and follow the Jewelry course with us.

Goldsmith training profile



Teacher:Ine Cornelissens, Joris Faes

Jewelry attracts you?  Maybe you think it often lacks personality and you want something more than the machine look? Or maybe you want to shape your own creations? Or maybe you want to be able to restore jewelry later? All reasons to start these practically and theoretically oriented courses.

Jewellery drawing
(training duration:
1 school year)


Teacher:Luc Van den Broeck


Making jewelry is a creative profession. It is still the aim of every self-respecting goldsmith to make his creations as original and unique as possible. This is automatically accompanied by presenting your own ideas to customers. 

Nowadays it is more necessary than ever to manage working hours efficiently. Drawing a jewelery design indeed requires the necessary attention and time, but is not proportional to the time that would be lost if a design does not meet the needs of the buyer/customer, so that the goldsmith must make the requested adjustments, not to to say he has to completely redo his work.



Gemstone setter
(training duration: 3
 school years)


Teachers:Luc Bleys & Joris Faes


You are intrigued by precious metals and gemstones and you want to make jewelry yourself? Gemstone setting is an important step in the finishing of a jewel. Being a gemstone setter requires a separate training from that of a goldsmith, but knowledge of the basic techniques is necessary.

In this training you will learn:

  • working safely and in an environmentally, hygiene and welfare-conscious way with an eye for quality

  • planning and organizing work

  • perform the basic techniques of goldsmithing

  • the specific techniques of gemstone setting

Lost wax technique
(training duration: 1 school year)


Teacher:Erik Peersman



A wax model is part of the lost wax casting process. Instead of working directly in metal, the design is fabricated in wax. Wax has several advantages: the materials are cheaper and forgiving - if a correction needs to be made, just add more wax. Also some designs, sculptural pieces such as skulls, snakes, etc., are best made with wax which has the flexibility to shape any shape you can imagine. After the wax model is completed, it is covered with plaster. After this, the plaster is burned out or "lost". The void left by the molten wax is the mold for the molten metal in casting. Discover more about the lost wax technique and take this essential course.

Lessen avond: start 18:25 u tot 22:05 u
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