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Jewellry Teachers & Jewellry Lessons

First Tutors: Arts & Crafts helps you to find your preferred private Jewellry teacher in the UK. Please use our service to search for Arts & Crafts teachers near you and select those which best meet your requirements.

Meet some of our Teachers

Sheila

Sheila

: Masters in Education (Lifelong Learning, BA Social Sciences, Dip Comm, Teaching Qualification in Business Studies (Further Education (0)
my teaching skills to encourage and motivate my students and am passionate about jewellery making! 26 years teaching in a college of further education to students of all ages and levels. My teaching of jewellery making/beading is intended to be enjoyable while the student is taught each technique by use of instruction materials as well as demonstration and one to one support. Techniques: bead stringing and finishing, wire wrapping/stone setting, knitting with wire, stretchy bracelets,...

Sally

Princes Risborough
Jewellery, Card Making
PGCE: Secondary (1993)
at a local secondary school and raising my family. I have been making cards and beaded jewellery for some years to sell at local craft features to supplement our income and get huge satisfaction from producing beautiful things. I taught 11 to 18 year olds for eight years before having my family. I love seeing others gain satisfaction from their achievements and believe that with support and encouragement from your teacher anyone with sufficient motivation...
Chloe

Chloe

Chester
Painting, Drawing, Pottery / Ceramics, Jewellery
PGCE: Art Education (2007)
I am a freelance artist and art teacher specialising in fine art. I teach across the range of skills from oil painting to figurative drawing. I have been practicing for 25 years and teaching for 10. I have studied fine art, printmaking, metals and ceramics. My approach is personal, encoraging and attentive but friendly and relaxed. My lessons are structured to the person and designed to develop slill sets, knowledge and build confidence....

Vanessa

Jewellery, Metalworking
Bachelors: 2:1 (1998)
Learn new skills to take away and continue your jewellery making independently. I prefer to lead by example as the tuition will mainly be practical. The classes can be designed around making a specific piece - ie a ring or necklace or learning the different process ie soldering, stone setting etching etc… We will be exploring traditional hand skills and some design work. As well as the traditional jewellery making i also offer jewellery making...
Stewart

Stewart

Cooking, Jewellery, Woodworking, Metalworking
Professional: PETALS Level 3 (2014)
well as to a group of 9 year olds. Also to those aged between 12 and adults. A trained chef I can teach cooking at any level. I am also a trained blacksmith, bladesmith and silversmith. I have taught to private groups and in community centres. I work to bring out the best in my pupils be they young or adult, I work in an easy to follow, methodical way and always have extra time...
Linda

Linda

Newry
Jewellery, Textiles
Bachelors: 2.2degree (2007)
I work as a seamstress, altering dresses for bridal partys and general alterations. I enjoy sewing crafts, making stuffed toys, Christmas crafts are a favourite of mine. Jewellery making for weddings. Craft classes for a community a group, making jewellery, brooches, sewing. -demonstration of the skill or project. -hand out explaining how to complete project. -list of materials needed...

Levels We Offer For Jewellry Lessons:

If you want to create beautiful, custom designed bracelets, necklaces or other items of jewellery, why not take a course of personal jewellery tuition? First Tutors: Arts & Crafts allows you to find tutors in your local area able to offer lessons in how to create stunning jewellery, whatever your current level of expertise.

Regardless of whether you are a total novice to the realm of jewellery making or are relatively experienced in creating rings and bracelets, at First Tutors: Arts & Crafts we offer a broad range of instructors to help you pursue your chosen hobby. Whether you require a tutor for constructive one-on-one instruction or a family group of learners, we're sure you'll find someone suitable. Our profiling section of each potential teacher allows you to choose a tutor who is used to working with the materials you prefer and styles you favour, so, in addition to finding a tutor local to your area, you can find an instructor able to offer tutorials better suited to the type of jewellery you prefer to produce!

Find a Jewellry teacher to help you excel and reach your learning goals. Jewellry can be great fun and even more so with the help of an expert in Jewellry to propel you in your learning!

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