Jewellery Design and Management International School

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Jewellery Design and Management International School
Location
Rochor
Singapore
Coordinates 1°17′39″N 103°51′18″E / 1.2941528°N 103.855123°E / 1.2941528; 103.855123Coordinates: 1°17′39″N 103°51′18″E / 1.2941528°N 103.855123°E / 1.2941528; 103.855123
Information
Type Independent
Motto Creativity Inspired!
Established 1995 (as JusTanja Creative Jewellery Studio)
Session single-session
School code 200723821C
Principal Tanja Manuela Sadow
Enrolment Approx. 600 (part time)
Website

The Jewellery Design and Management International School (Abbreviation: JDMIS) is a school specializing in the jewellery industry based in Singapore.

The JDMIS is a jewellery design and management school that provides education and inspiration by means of academic programs in jewellery design, history, marketing and management as well as vocational training in the technology and production of designer jewellery.

Background[edit]

The JDMIS is a private limited company registered in Singapore in 2007. The school's majority shareholder is JusTanja Pte. Ltd. an education business with over 20 years of jewellery industry training experience in Singapore. Between JDMIS and its parent company, over 14,000 students have completed professional jewellery training courses since 1995.

The Dean of the JDMIS, Tanja M. Sadow is a jeweler, gemologist and educator in Singapore and has worked with the Gemological Institute of America training US-based residence and extension courses as well as teaching the first GIA international extension course in Singapore. Her background includes the development of curricula for the Jewellery Industry Training Centre of Singapore in 1991-1994.

Accreditation[edit]

The JDMIS is registered private education institution with the Singapore Council for Private Education.[1] It is an approved training provider and programme partner with the Singapore Workforce Development Agency. The school is a member of the Singapore Jewellers Association.[2]

The JDMIS is a founding member of the Guild of Jewellery Professionals and Artisans, a registered not-for-profit society in Singapore whose mandate is to define and uphold standards in jewellery fabrication and education in the region.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Singapore Council for Private Education Private Schools List". Council for Private Education. 
  2. ^ "Singapore Jeweller's Association Member List". Singapore Jewellers Association. Archived from the original on 2012-03-06.