SHORT COURSES

From stone setting to enamelling and CAD, our portfolio of short courses is designed to enable professional jewellers and jewellery students to build on their technical skills by taking a highly focused short course in their chosen area.

Short courses are available in both London and Birmingham. Select your location below to see the programmes on offer.

On account of the Covid-19 lockdown, all short courses are postponed. We are still able to deliver online bespoke training. Contact our London office for more details.

Learn first class technical skills at BAJ

All courses are taught in professional-level bench studios, computer-aided design suites and design studios. We keep our class sizes small for students to benefit from one-to-one tuition from our jewellery experts, helping each individual reach the next level in their development. Candidates who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion from the British Academy of Jewellery.

We also offer bespoke programmes where our tutors can design and deliver courses tailored to the needs of your workplace. Contact us to find out how BAJ can help you reach your company training goals.

SUPPORT

Our Learner Services team is also on hand to give you careers advice and guidance, and you will be able to access our database of current jobs and apprenticeship vacancies in the jewellery industry.

Study at BAJ


Learn from the best: Refine your skills under the guidance of our tutors with years of industry experience.

See all London has to offer: The epicentre of creative expression and culture.

Quality tutor time: Intimate class sizes ensure our students get the support they need to succeed.

Begin a career in jewellery: Our courses and apprenticeships are designed to prepare you for the next step.

Contact Us

Morley House,
26-30 Holborn Viaduct,
London EC1A 2AT

+44 (0)20 7405 0197

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