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Jewelry Modeling and Prototyping

The Higher Professional Technical Course in Modeling and Prototyping in Jewellery, in partnership with CINDOR (Gondomar), aims to provide students with the theoretical and technological tools necessary for them to face the labour market in a professional context, in the area of ??development and production of jewellery pieces in the context of industrial production.

In this way, the course will give students a multidisciplinary profile and the ability to adapt to the work environment of development and optimization of the production of jewellery, accessories, and adornments. At the same time, it will allow them to deepen their knowledge and reach of new trends and production techniques, training future professionals capable of working individually or as part of teams.

Students will be endowed with skills that aim, among others, to develop a technical and commercial language needed to communicate with agents in the area; conceive and interpret drawings and other technical information; identify and characterize the materials; manage equipment, machines, instruments and tools related to the modeling and prototyping process.

 

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Número: R/Cr 99/2020
Data:
01/01/2001
N.º Despacho/Portaria: 9509/2020
Data:
02/10/2020
1º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
2st Semester 6.0
2st Semester 6.0
2st Semester 6.0
Annual 12.0
Annual 12.0
2º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
2st Semester 30.0
Students will be certified as Superior Modeling and Prototyping Technician, able to perform the following functions: 1. Develop a technical and commercial language necessary to communicate with the different agents involved in the jewellery manufacturing processes (suppliers, customers, and employees) 2. Conceive and interpret drawings and other technical information in the design and manufacture of jewellery pieces 3. Identify and characterize the materials and plan their supply to produce jewellery artifacts in accordance with the work instructions 4. Manage equipment, machines, instruments, and tools related to the modeling and prototyping process of jewellery pieces 5. Carry out rectifications, adaptations, and restoration of jewellery pieces according to the market context 6. Use new rapid prototyping technologies available in the new development and manufacturing processes in the area of ??jewellery 7. Develop er new techniques for modeling and manufacturing moulds in the development and manufacturing process in ??jewellery. 8. Supervise and identify the risk factors in the handling of equipment, tools, and raw materials, raising awareness to comply with safety and health standards in the workplace 9. Apply basic mathematical methods and use statistical methodologies using computational tools to solve practical problems. 10. Manage aspects inherent to quality issues, identifying the normative language inherent to the sector in a context of good environmental management.

The following may apply for higher professional technical courses: Those who have completed a secondary education course or a legally equivalent qualification; Applicants who have passed the particularly suitable tests designed to assess the ability of those over 23 years old to attend higher education, carried out for the course in question, under the terms of Decree-Law No. 64/2006, of 21st March; Holders of a technological specialization diploma, a higher professional technician diploma or a higher education degree, who seek professional requalification.