Join Tracey live online to create beautiful silver jewellery. The classes run using the Zoom platform and you should join the class on a device with a good sized screen. Smart phones are not recommended as the screen will be too small to see the finer detail. We recommend a tablet or, even better, a laptop or desktop computer.
Once you have registered for the class, you will be sent further information to make sure you are fully prepared on the day, from setting up your workspace through to construction, firing, polishing and finishing. You will also be sent the Zoom meeting login details and we recommend that you sign in approximately 15 minutes before the start of the class as this will give us enough time to make sure you are properly connected and that you can see Tracey's workspace as well as asking any initial questions.
Private 1-2-1 online tuition means you are in the driving seat. Tell us what you want to achieve and we will give you all the attention and encouragement you require. We will discuss your requirements and help to suggest project tasks, so you develop your skills at your own pace. Be assured we will steer you in the right direction to get you moving your metal clay journey forwards.
Terms & Conditions
All classes will start promptly at the designated time.
Once you have paid for the class and we have sent you the course information or any project packs, your fee will be non-refundable. If, for any reason, you miss the class, we will offer to roll your registration over to another date.
Private 1-2-1 online classes during the current lockdown period will be at a special rate per person per day plus material costs (6 hours of learning).
We'll agree on a date, subject & project then I will send you a list of tools & materials you will need to have with you on the day in order to complete the class.
This course is taught online
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