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Metal Clay Workshops

Book a Metal Clay Workshop Here

As one of the few PMC Studio Accredited Training Centres in the country we offer fully certified training modules alongside our regular introductory and taster workshops. We also offer Zoom workshops so you can learn from the comfort of your own home!
Come and learn how to work with this amazing material and turn a lump of clay into a beautiful piece of jewellery.

Introduction to Precious Metal Clay

A silver leaf pendant, a pair of earrings to torch fire and a pendant with a simple stone setting will be made on this 1 day workshop covering basic PMC techniques.

Metal Clay Taster

A simple introduction to working with PMC. Learn how to cut, texture, form, torch and kiln fire PMC to make simple charms and jewellery components.

Metal Clay for Beginners Via Zoom

This new online course is designed for beginners to Metal Clay. The workshop consists of 2 x two hour sessions that run on consecutive weeks.
The aim of the course is to give you confidence in handling and working with the clay through two projects. Both projects will introduce you to techniques and tools essential for creating metal clay jewellery. You can work at your own pace, work in your own time at home to complete projects and also be working on your own projects alongside the set ones.

Certification Modules

We are proud to offer the PMC Studio Certification Programme, supported by The Mitsubishi Materials Corporation. We have been teaching this programme for over 10 years. We think this intense training programme remains the best way to achieve a solid foundation in metal clay skills, whether you are looking to make for pleasure or business. If you are looking for a challenge and want to really expand your PMC skills this is the programme for you.

Camp PMC Certification

Camp PMC Certification Program is a personal learning experience designed with separate development paths for metal clay artisans and metal clay instructors.
 After completing the core class, Camp PMC Course 101, students can choose to advance their metal clay skills in artisan classes, become a PMC Instructor, or both!