Jewellery has the ability to enrich lives, and people have become aware that it is not merely an ornament, but a symbol of love, passion, unity and of a peaceful life. Therefore, it is highly beneficial to study the effect jewellery can have on peoples lives.
For beginners, JJDA organizes practical seminars on design and craft with an aim to raise interest in jewellery. For intermediate learners, JJDA holds lectures on the history and culture of jewellery by specialists, allowing them to deepen their knowledge and enabling them to start a professional career.
With regard to the international issue of intellectual property rights, JJDA researches and studies the industrial property rights and copyrights within the jewellery design field. JJDA is always striving to help raise awareness of the importance of design.
Research and study
*JJDA researches and studies the role of jewellery design and conducts a census of jewellery designers.
*JJDA helps to improve jewellery design skills by introducing new techniques as well as encouraging traditional techniques.
* On request, JJDA members can be sent to schools or groups to give lectures and technical guidance, nationwide.
Seminars and lectures
*JJDA promotes jewellery design by holding seminars, lectures, and symposiums featuring experts from various fields.
*JJDA encourages jewellery design skills by holding seminars on new and traditional techniques throughout the nation.
*JJDA holds practical seminars for beginners and/or parent and child.
PROTECTION OF DESIGN COPYRIGHTS
*JJDA researches and studies intellectual property rights such as design rights and copyright, and raises awareness of those by holding lectures and publishing booklets.