Do you want to take your jewellery teaching to the next level? Or maybe you have a whole host of jewellery making skills that you’d love to share with others but need some support to get started? The London Jewellery School’s new programme could be for you. Individual jewellers, business owners or collectives can set up and run their own jewellery making classes using the successful LJS model and with the ongoing support from LJS in setting up, promoting and delivering professional classes.
The London Jewellery school have chosen to set up this programme following increasing demand for fun and professional jewellery making classes across the UK and overseas. The demand is out there, and this is your perfect chance to get involved!
Jessica Rose, London Jewellery School Director says: “We have been approached numerous times to offer a franchise or options for jewellery makers in other locations to set up a similar project to LJS and this is the perfect solution that is not only affordable but gives new teachers and teaching organisations the kick-start they need, with plenty of flexibility to be original and the expertise from LJS to be a success”
The programme offers a full package to successful applicants including; an AJTC (Accredited Jewellery Training Centre) start-up pack, a copy of the popular jewellery business distance learning course taught by LJS, use of the LJS AJTC logo, promotion of the classes and centre through the LJS website, consultations with LJS owner and director Jessica Rose and ongoing support via email for the first year.
The full package costs a total of £1,000 (plus VAT) to get the help and support of the London Jewellery School in setting up and running your own profitable jewellery making classes. There is also a yearly fee of £250 starting from the second year to remain part of the LJS network and for them to support and promote your classes.
There are a number of criteria to being accepted onto the programme and you will need to complete a short application form followed up by an informal telephone interview to ensure you are right for the scheme. LJS are looking for centers and individuals that can sign up to their ethos of accessible jewellery making classes for all, under their motto that ‘Everyone can make Jewellery’.
The London Jewellery School will be putting lots of hard work into ensuring that the accredited jewellery training centers are a success. This means they will be limiting the number of new centers each year, so early applications are recommended. If you’re interested, get yours in quick!
For full details about the programme and to apply visit their website: www.londonjewelleryschool.co.uk/join-us
Or contact them on the details below:
Tel: 0203 176 0546