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[Job Offer] [Ireland] Goldsmithing Trainer


#1

Trainer sought for the Crafts Council of Ireland’s (CCoI’s)
Goldsmithing and Jewellery Design and Production Course

The Crafts Council of Ireland’s Design and Production Courses in
Ceramics and Goldsmithing/Jewellery, established in 1990 and 1993
respectively to address the Irish craft industry’s need for high
quality technical training, have over the years evolved to become
internationally significant. Both are now two-year 88-week intensive
courses concentrating on design and production skills, and as a
result graduate industry entry and retention levels are consistently
high.

CCoI invites tenders for the service contract of Trainer to its
Goldsmithing and Jewellery Design and Production Course.

This is a two-year fixed term contract from September 2007 to July
2009, providing an exciting opportunity to build on existing
standards and shape the future direction of the course.

Contract objective:

Using CCoI’s course outline, the Contractor will further develop and
supply a dynamic training programme and training for a cohort of
trainees in the skills required for the commercial production of
high quality designed and manufactured jewellery, as per CCoI’s
training mission: to enable its graduates to pursue successful
careers in the field of Goldsmithing, thus raising the standard of
design and craftsmanship in Ireland.

Deadline for receipt of tenders is Wednesday 8th August. Go to
www.ccoi.ie for further details or contact Sharon Rollston, CCoI
Education Programme Manager, Tel: 056 776 1804


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Unique teaching opportunity on leading Goldsmithing Course in
Ireland

The Crafts Council of Ireland’s Goldsmithing Design and Skills
Course was established in1993 to address the Irish craft industry’s
need for quality skills training. It is a two-year/88-week intensive
course based on the master/apprentice training model and achieves
consistently high graduate industry entry and retention levels.

We are currently seeking a Trainer with the experience, drive and
enthusiasm to maintain and add to the course’s achievements to date.

Building on the existing course outline, s/he will develop and
supply a dynamic training programme for 12 trainees in the skills
required for the production of high quality jewellery.

This is a unique opportunity to head up this internationally
respected course and play a key role in shaping its long-term
future.

For further and job specification please contact Sharon
Rollston, Education Programme Manager, Crafts Council of Ireland,
Castle Yard, Kilkenny, Ireland. Tel: 00 353 (0)56 776 1804
E: sharon@ccoi.ie You can also view the job specification using the
following link - http://www.ccoi.ie/content/view/296/195