Ultimate Jewellery Making Online Bundle, 10 Certificate Courses

Turn Your Jewellery Making Skills Into A Full Time Business

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Turn Your Jewellery Making Skills Into A Full Time Business - 10 Courses in this Bundle

  1.  Jewellery Making

  2.  Knitting

  3.  Perfumery

  4.  Sewing

  5.  Crochet

  6.  Essential Oils Business 

  7.  Candle Making Business

  8.  Floristry

  9.  Organic Gardening

  10.  Cake Making Business

1. Jewellery Making: Turn Your Jewellery Making Skills Into A Full Time Business

Earn in Your Spare Time or Start a Business! Jewellery making is also enjoyable, you can make money from it, and the start-up costs are very low. It can even turn into a full-time career, and this course will aid your journey and answer all your questions along the way.

It may sound a little daunting but this Jewellery Making Course covers everything in easy-to absorb-modules, separated into smaller, even more manageble sections that will quickly take you from novice to designer to business owner, all in your own time and at your own pace.

What’s especially alluring about designing and selling your own jewellery, is that not only is it a creative use of your spare time but you can set up at home and design pieces in your spare time around a full-time job or other responsibilities.

  • A little bit of history about jewellery (don’t worry its only brief and actually quite interesting)
  • Considerations when designing various types of jewellery
  • How to manipulate and treat various materials
  • The equipment and supplies you’ll need to create various pieces and how to use these safely
  • How to gain inspiration and follow a design process to turn your ideas from sketches to finished pieces
  • How to go about outsourcing
  • How to set up your business, including fulfilling orders and selling your designs in a variety of ways (including wholesale, craft shows, and setting up an online shop)
  • How to gain employment in the industry

Who would benefit from this course?

If you love jewellery you have probably had ideas of what would make some great pieces, but that's where it's ended, or maybe you're already a competent jewellery maker but you need some help with the design process, how to market your business or start a career.

This comprehensive Jewellery Making Course will teach you everything that you need to know in order to set up your own Jewellery Making business. There are plenty of books and courses available to show you the hands-on part of the process but this course will fill you on everything else.

2. Knitting: From Knitting Novice To Business Owner

This 3-part Knitting Course takes students from novice, to designer, to business-owner, through 17 fully-illustrated, hands-on modules.

The course starts out by establishing the fundamentals, giving you practical advice, to get you practising straight away. This includes topics such as: how to knit, how to read patterns, and how to care for hand knits.

With the basics down, the 2nd part of the course advances students into designing hand knits, along with explanations of how to design some of the most popular knitted items of today, and providing sample patterns to practice with.

The 3rd part of the course takes you step-by-step through starting your own knitting business, whether you wish to sell your work, publish patterns you’ve designed or teach what you know.

To the untrained eye wool is wool, but if you’ve ever stepped into a wool shop you may well have been overwhelmed by choice. It can be hard to differentiate between the vast array of needles, yarns, and notions (accessories), which can be enough to frighten anyone off. The 1st module of the course guides students through some popular types of needles, yarns, and notions, so that they can begin practising, without worrying about their choice of materials and equipment.

The 2nd module of the Knitting Course dives straight into the basics of knitting, explaining the differences between knit and purl stitches and how to cast on and cast off. Practice is encouraged throughout the course and to make things even easier, you are told which needles and yarn type to use for this particular practice exercise.

The 3rd module expands on the 4 basic processes explained in the previous module, showing how combing knits and purls in different ways make different fabrics, with how to create the 3 basic/foundation fabrics explained here, these being: garter, stocking, and rib, along with additional techniques.

While what has been learned so far enables students to knit flat items in square and rectangular shapes, the 4th module of the course imparts essential techniques that will enable the apprentice knitter to design in various shapes, work in 3 dimensions (such as making socks or the top of a jumper sleeve), and correct their mistakes. The techniques taught include: increases, decreases, picking up stitches, knitting in the round, joining yarns, and fixing mistakes.

Knitters speak in their own language, so trying to trying to understand the knitting patterns they create can be like trying unlock a cipher. Fortunately, module 5 is the key; clearing up the jargon and giving students a full understanding of how to read and follow knitting patterns.

With a piece made, it can be easy to think it is complete, putting it aside to be used, given away or sold, and ready to move onto the next piece, but this may not always be the case. To take an item from ‘homemade’ to ‘hand crafted’ involves a little extra time and effort. The 6th module of the Knitting Course takes students through the following important finishing techniques: Weaving in Ends, Blocking, Seaming, and Caring for Knits (including how to add care labels to your work).

Taking students beyond the basics, module 7 concludes the 1st part of the course by teaching advanced techniques, showing students how to work with six of the most common categories of stitch pattern: Knit and Purl Patterns, Slip Stitch Patterns, Cables, Lace, Brioche, and Stranded Knitting.

With the techniques and methodologies of creating various pieces understood and practiced, the Knitting Course moves onto teaching students how to design their own pieces. This begins with module 8, which introduces the concept of design and the role of the designer, guiding students step-by-step through the design process, and finishing off with some design tips.

Module 9 focuses on scarf design, taking students through the various knitting methods, yarn choices, and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts, before discussing the considerations to make when designing a scarf. The module concludes with a project to follow: making a lightweight summer scarf, along with some tips on scarf design.

The 10th module guides students through creating baby blankets and afghan blankets. As easy to make as scarves, though taking a lot longer to create, these items can be as simple or complex as you wish. This module teaches you the how; through discussions on yarn choices, and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts, along with design information on creating your item with an all-over pattern or a pattern made from individual blocks.

Getting yet more advanced, the 11th module of the Knitting Course is all about making toys. Involving a lot of shaping, sewing, seaming, and blocking, this type of knitting requires excellent technique and a good creative eye but the results can be fantastic. Here you will be guided through how to design a toy, along with considerations to make when choosing yarns and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts. The end of the module guides you through making a knitted Tic Tac Toe.

There is more than meets the eye with the humble sock. Beginners to sock design can find the prospect daunting, but once the basic sock template is understood it can be the perfect canvas for creativity. Module 12 talks students through the anatomy of a sock, giving a full understanding of how they are constructed before moving on to explaining the various methods available when knitting socks. Following the same format as previous modules, the choice of yarns to use and the tension, measurements, and yarn amounts are discussed, along with a full explanation on how to design a sock. The exercise at the end of this module is to create a pair of toasty Hot Tamale socks, following the guide provided.

In terms of complexity, jumper design and construction can be the item that makes or breaks a new designer. In the 13th module of the course, learners will be taught about the different types of jumpers and how they are constructed, with information on the types of yarn, tension, measurements, and yarn amounts used. From here students are taken through how to design a drop shoulder jumper, before being asked to create their own drop shoulder pattern.

Once students have learned how to knit and how to design their own knitting patterns, the Knitting Course concludes with part 3, which is all about setting up a business and starting a new career, utilising the skills learnt throughout the course. Module 14 introduces the topic by discussing the foundations of creating a business. This talks about the kinds of business that students can create that capitalise on their particular skillsets, how to find a target market and then how to conduct market research, so that you can fully understand the customers who wish to sell to.

Dealing with budgeting and finances is not the reason most people get into this business but it is necessary, to ensure the health, stability, and growth of your business. The 15th module discusses areas including budgeting, pricing, how to find financing, and taxes.

The Knitting Course’s 16th module is all about how to sell and advertise the goods you create. This discusses the options available to you whether you intend to sell from a physical location, online or both, where to advertise, and the use of social media to gain a following, with tips on retaining customer interest in your business.

Before you take any action, you’ll need to find your path, and there’s no better way to do so than to write a business plan. The final module of the course guides students through creating an effective business plan, with information on each section that should be present in the plan and the questions to answer within each section. Following this sequence, students will be able to create a business plan for their own business by the end of the module. In addition, the module concludes with some information on copyright within the knitting industry.

Who would benefit from the course?

As an incredibly detailed and involved course that takes students from complete beginner to knitting aficionado. This course is for accessible to those who may have even just a passing interest in knitting, as the materials included quickly absorb their readers and reveal just how easy it is to get involved with this timeless pastime.

The Knitting Diploma Course will of course be of particular interest to those who have fancied giving knitting a try but didn’t know where to start or had even gone as far as looking at a knitting pattern but were put off by when trying to decipher the jargon within. Students are taken step-by-step along through everything they need to know to enjoy knitting for themselves or to make a business selling their work.

3. Perfumery: Learn The Art of Making Perfume

Creating your own homemade perfume has never been easier. Learn how to start creating different scents straight away in this easy to follow step-by-step course.

This Perfumery Course is an excellent way to gain a deeper understanding of the fragrance industry and how you can start selling your own branded creations. Perfume has often been described as ‘Liquid Emotion’. Learn how different scents affect the way that we feel and how they can enhance your well-being.

Who would benefit from this course?

Use your new perfume making skills to start your own business selling your own unique scents or why not be creative and make your own special perfume based gifts, perfect for any special occasion!

4. Sewing: Learn Basic And Advanced Sewing Techniques

Learn basic and advanced sewing techniques, a range of machine and hand stitching types, the equipment you need and how to use it, how to measure correctly and choose the right fabrics, how to follow commercial patterns and create your own, and how to build a business. You’ll even put your new-found skills to practice in 8 guided projects to get your portfolio started off.

For some, the most off-putting part of learning to sew is getting to grips with the sewing machine itself. The Sewing Diploma Course begins by removing all trepidation, teaching you the basic parts and functions of your sewing machine, no matter which brand you have. You will quickly learn how to operate a sewing machine, including how to thread the bobbin and thread your sewing machine, and even gain the confidence to troubleshoot any minor problems that may arise, and understand how to care for your machine.

Another area that may at first seem baffling, is the array of tools available to the sewer. The course introduces you to the basic tools and accessories that you need to have in your sewing basket and outlines what each does.

Before working on a garment for yourself or a client, it is important to take accurate measurements. You will learn how to correctly measure women and men and the importance of rechecking measurements as years go by, to allow for changes in weight or body shape.

Although the Sewing Diploma Course will teach you how to create your own custom-made projects, a great way to learn the basic principles of garment creation is by following commercial patterns. A skill every good sewer should possess, following commercial patterns, offers hands-on practice of the sewing techniques that you will use in with your own designs. This course shows you how to understand and follow commercial patterns.

Choosing a fabric for your project is an important step, as choosing incorrectly can ruin the look and feel of what you had envisaged. This course reviews natural and man-made fabrics, explaining the characteristics of various types of each and the ways in which they should be prepared for a project.

The Sewing Diploma Course provides practical instruction on basic and advanced sewing techniques including pressing, pinning, cutting, and marking fabric, how to insert a zipper, make buttonholes, and how to sew closures, such as hooks-and-eyes and snaps.

Basic hand and sewing machine stitches are covered comprehensively. Although sewing machines can sew many types of stitch, it is still important to learn how to make very basic hand stitches, as there are instances when machine sewing would be too aggressive for the fabric type or more difficult to use. You will learn how to employ a variety of hand and machine stitches and gain an understanding of when each should be used.

Whether you think you can draw or not, sketching is the quickest and most effective way of getting your ideas down and finessing them, making it an important skill to develop. You will learn the simple steps to getting an idea out of your mind and onto pattern paper, ready to be made.

The course takes all the skills you have learned and combines them into several projects for you to follow, all of which will help you to develop the various techniques you have learnt. Each project gives you a summary of the item that you will make, the materials you’ll need, and the skills you’ll develop, before giving you step-by-step guidance on how to create the piece. The fully-guided projects included in the course are:

  • Small Decorative Pillow
  • Placemat
  • Patchwork Table runner
  • Headband
  • Fashion Scarf
  • Pouch
  • Pin Cushion
  • Infinity Scarf

With your new skill set in place, the Sewing Course provides you with advice on setting up a business selling your items and services. You will learn how to find your niche, devise a business plan and create goals, track expenses and sales, and advertise and market your business.

Who would benefit from the course?

This comprehensive and exciting course will teach you everything that you need to know in order to make your own unique creations. The course takes you from a complete beginner in sewing right through to being confident enough to get going with lots of exciting projects.

This course will benefit you if you want to begin a career as a seamstress or tailor and need a solid foundation to build upon or if you have already learnt to sew but want to brush up on your skills and make a profit from your talents with your own sewing business.

5. Crochet: Learn To Crochet And Open Your Own Crochet Business

While working through this course, you will move from learning to crochet, to becoming a designer, to opening your own crochet business.

In Part I, you’ll learn all about how to crochet, from holding the hook to reading patterns. You’ll also learn a range of more advanced techniques.

In Part II, you’ll learn about designing crochet pieces and writing patterns. Each section will lead you, step-by-step, through making a different type of item; practice patterns are included to get you started.

In Part III, you’ll learn how to start your own crochet business, including the steps necessary for finding your target market, budgeting, and writing a business plan.

Who would benefit from the course?

Anyone with an interest in the topic will gain something from studying the Crochet Diploma Course, as it provides tutelage for absolute beginners, with practical, guided examples that are fully illustrated, so that you can follow along easily. For those who are already hobbyist crocheters, the 2nd and 3rd parts aid students in becoming designera (or crochet artista) and detail how to go about building a business and selling your creations or patterns.

6. Essential Oils Business: Set Up Your Own Essential Oils Business

he comprehensive and exciting Essential Oils Business Course provides everything that you need to know in order to set up your own essential oils business.

Introducing you to essential oils, where they come from, how they are used, how they are made and recipes showing you how you can make your own. Then the course shows you how to build an essential oils business.

Essentials oils are liquids that have been distilled from leaves, barks, stems, roots, flowers or others parts of plants, using water or stream. Even though they are called oils, they do not actually feel oily. Essential oils are usually clear, although some are coloured, such as lemongrass, orange and patchouli oils. These are highly concentrated liquids, which means that even a small amount of an oil will go a long way.

Contrary to popular belief, there is a difference between essential oils and fragrance oils. Essential oils come from pure plant derivatives, whereas perfume oils are manufactured artificially or have some artificial substances. Consumers of fragrance oils cannot derive the same benefits as they could have from essential oils. Essential oils have such an aroma and chemical composition that they can provide some essential physical therapeutic and psychological advantages to individuals.

Various methods are used by people to derive these advantages from essential oils, such as inhalation or direct application of oil to their skin. In order to apply essential oils to the skin, they usually have to be diluted first with another carrier oil. There are different types of carrier oils, such as grape seed oil, sweet almond oil and kernel oil. This diluted oil can then be applied onto the skin and blended in so that the skin can fully absorb it.

Beyond a Scent
Although the obvious connotation with essential oils is their use to provide a welcoming scent, their uses range far beyond this. For example, a popularised oil, lavender, is well known to calm nerves and aid sleep when used as a scent but it can also be used for medicinal purposes, such as alleviating minor burns, skin rashes, insect bites and acne. It can also be massaged into the temples and forehead in order to relieve headaches, used together with baking soda it can be used as a deodorant, and it can be added to steam to help improve respiratory infections and sinus issues.

The same is true of other oils, such as tee tree and lemon. Tea tree can help with nail fungus, acne, warts, cold sores, athlete’s foot, eczema or dermatitis, insect bites, dandruff, psoriasis, and head lice. It can even be used as a disinfectant spray and can also keep fleas away from pets.

Lemon essential oil can be mixed with olive oil in order to make some furniture polish, it can be mixed with oil and water to prevent bad breath, or with aloe gel to make an antibacterial hand cleaner. Added to baking soda, it will make an antibacterial score for butcher blocks and wooden chopping boards, it is also often added to homemade cleaning agents, such as laundry soap, dish detergent, spray cleaners and floor cleaners.

If this has piqued your interest and you would like to know more about essential oils, including and beyond their different therapeutic uses, and how to make and sell them, then the Essential Oils Business Course could well be for you.

Who would benefit from this course?

This course is ideal for those that are looking to set up their own business using essential oils.

Primarily aimed at those who would who would like to start a standalone business either making and selling their own essential oils, or those that are looking to use the essential oils as part of their holistic practice such as Aromatherapists or Massage Therapists.

The Essential Oils Business Course will also be of interest to those who wish to sell oils as part of a larger business that sells similar or related products, such as soaps, skincare and candles. Likewise, those in the health and beauty and relaxation industries may like to offer essentials oil as a complimentary sale to their current services. Of course students who wish to make oils for their own use or give as gifts will also learn a lot from this course.

7. Candle Making Business: Learn About The Different Marketing Techniques Required For Promoting Your Business

If you are passionate and really enjoy making candles, you could certainly consider pursuing this exciting hobby as a full-time career by setting up your own candle making business. If you’re dedicated to making your new business a success then this detailed candle making course will guide you on the various steps and materials involved in candle making.

Students will learn about the basic candle making methods, different kinds of wax and various types of wicks. You will learn all about the safety precautions you need to take while making candles, and will also be educated about ways to make your workplace safe.

You will learn about how to roll the candles, pour them, make your own wax sheets, make different candle shapes, experimenting with colours and information on containers and additives. Students will be guided how to safely dip the candles and will also discuss the candle burning process. You will learn about lots of other candles, such as birthday candles, hand moulded candles, beaded candles, scented candles, Danish tapers, beeswax candles, multi-wick candles, twisted tapers, themed and floating candles.

Who would benefit from this course?

By the time you finish this course, you will have a complete comprehensive step-by-step guide showing you how to make beautiful candles and how to build a successful business following your new candle making passion.

Anyone with a passion for candles who would like to make a business out of candle making or sell your candles to business owners.

8. Floristry: Set Up Your Own Floristry Business

The floristry industry will always be popular as no wedding; christening or special event would be complete without an assortment of beautiful flowers.

This comprehensive online course will teach you everything that you need to know about setting up your own Floristry business.

Floristry is an excellent business that can prove to be extremely profitable if you have the passion and dedication to make it a success. If you love flowers and you’re not worried about putting in the hard work to get things off the ground, then this could be the perfect business for you.

Starting with an introduction to the field along with its pros and cons to help you decide whether or not it is suitable for you. The next Module is dedicated entirely for floral arrangements: what these are, how you can make floral arrangements, what items you will need, what services you need to provide and other details that are important when getting started in floristry.

Moving on, you will learn everything related to wedding and funeral flowers. Weddings and funerals take place no matter what, and neither is complete without flowers. If you want to venture into floristry, you need to know how to cater for the wedding and funeral industries.

The next module is focused on opening up your own shop and will talk about all the things that you need to take care of once you will start your own florist shop, including its logo, supplies, setup fees, location and other things of this sort.

The last two Modules of the course talk about two extremely important tools that will be decisive of the success of your shop: your customers and marketing techniques. The former will educate you on how to attract the attention of your target market towards your flower shop and how to gain and retain the market share. The seventh Module will throw light on the different marketing strategies that can help you coin your name in the field.

Who would benefit from the course?

Anyone who would like to work in the Floristry business, Wedding Florist or other occasion florists. Either working in a florist or setting up your own business. Or anyone who likes to arrange their own flowers for themselves and others.

9. Organic Gardening: Start Your Own Organic Garden

The Organic Gardening Course offers practical instruction, backed by solid knowledge. You’ll learn everything that you need to know to be able to grow your own fresh organic produce without the use of artificial fertilisers, pesticides and chemicals.

You will discover what it means to “go organic” in the context of gardening and what the benefits of this are, both to your health and the environment. Armed with practical advice and information you will learn how to create your own organic garden. Each stage of the process is explained: choosing the right patch, understanding the ideal conditions for growth, choosing what to grow, creating and using a gardening map, and practicing proper crop rotation.

Soil! You’ll discover everything you need to know about soil – learning what is the most suitable for your garden by testing its type, pH level and nutrient value and understanding the importance of proper drainage. The quality of your soil can be enhanced using various types of organic matter. The course provides instructions on how to create various homemade fertilisers from household waste and items you may already have in your cupboards.

For a successful crop, you need to consider the various stages of planting your organic garden. The Organic Gardening Course guides you through the proper methods of preparing a garden bed and sowing seeds. If you’d prefer a head-start, the options for buying plants are discussed, including where to source them from.

There is plenty of choice when deciding what to plant in your organic garden. To give you a better understanding of what is involved with cultivating various plants, the course talks you through the main categories of plant and what is required to grow them successfully. You will learn how to nurture the growth of vegetables, herbs, berries, fruits, nuts, and landscape plants.

Every gardener has two natural enemies: weeds and pests. The Organic Gardening Course teaches you how to deal with both organically. You’ll learn about weeds and why they pose a problem and the various methods of getting rid of them, such as hand weeding, hoeing, mulching, solarizing, flaming and organic herbicide. There is also a rundown of the various types of weeding tools available to you.

As for pests, you’ll learn about the different kinds that may infest your garden. You’ll explore preventative options and learn how to deal with those already present in your garden. However, not all insects and invertebrates are pests. Some are beneficial to your garden; this course will teach you the difference.

Weeds and pests aside, there are even more threats to your garden that this course will make you aware of and show you how to deal with. Through studying the Organic Gardening Course, you’ll learn how to spot, control and prevent various plant diseases and deter animal intruders humanely..

Once your organic garden is established it is important to maintain it properly. You’ll learn about correct watering techniques and the equipment you can use to ensure your garden gets the right amount of water. You’ll explore maintenance tool options for various garden types and what your weekly gardening routine should involve.

The Organic Gardening Course runs through each of the four seasons and provides guidance on what you should be doing in each to maintain your garden’s health.

Who would benefit from the course?

From window boxes to full gardens, this course teaches everyone who is keen how to grow their own fresh and organic fruit, vegetables, herbs, and plants. With simple, straightforward explanations covering all topics, you’ll grow from a complete novice into a green-fingered expert.

Many of the fruits and vegetables sold in supermarkets are sprayed with poisonous and dangerous pesticides. Growing your own fresh organic produce guarantees that you know what has gone into the food that you and your family consume. It is also healthier, fresher and better tasting. Anyone who cares about their body and is conscious about the effects of chemicals on the environment will appreciate this course.

10. Cake Making Business: Learn To Master The Fundamentals Of Business

If you love making cakes and you’ve had people say “You should sell these!” then why don’t you? From this course you’ll master the fundamentals of business, from the logistics of setting up to creating a business plan, pricing your products and figuring out how best to market your delicious offerings. New to cake-making? No problem, the course also offers several basic to advanced recipes for you to try out!

Setting up your own business can be an exciting time, but it can also be quite daunting when you are faced with the legalities, different types of business structure, forming an effective business plan, and even deciding on a name! The Cake Making Business Diploma Course simplifies these processes, taking you step-by-step through each, using simple language that anyone can understand.

Before opening your doors, you need to make sure you have all the practicalities sorted out. The course runs through all the equipment and types of workspaces you will need to work effectively and efficiently for the kind of business you are running. You will learn how to manage your money and the importance of having a website, even if you don’t intend to sell online, and what this should include.

As with any business, it’s important to create a niche product – something that you specialise in and are known for being the best at and can become the go-to business for that product. The Cake Making Business Diploma Course discusses the importance of having a niche and how to go about finding yours. Part of this will involve competitor analysis, possible upskilling, creating a product line, and understanding the importance of sourcing great ingredients, even if they cost a little more and money is tight. The course also offers several suggestions for niches that could work for you or that may inspire you to find your own.

With all the paperwork out of the way, your business set up, and your niche chosen and perfected; it’s time to sell, but how? You’ll learn how to work out what you should be selling your cakes for to make a profit without pricing yourself out of the market. The course also explains how to develop a goal-driven marketing plan that you can monitor and the considerations you need to make when choosing packaging for your delicious treats

Who would benefit from this course?

The purpose of this course is to give cake-makers a practical guide to creating a business. You will receive guidance through each area of setting up, running, and growing a successful cake-selling business.

Cake-making newcomers who would like to begin their journey from creating their first cake to establishing a thriving business are also welcome. The course includes several basic to advanced recipes and techniques, which will take you through making various types of cakes before you move on to create a business selling them.

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Ultimate Jewellery Making Bundle, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Jewellery Making

Module 1 Benefits of the Career

  • Part 1: Introduction & Benefits of the Career
  • Part 2: The benefits of Jewellery Making as a Career
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 About Designing Jewellery / Jewellery Past to Present

  • Jewelry Past and Present
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 How to Design Jewellery

  • Part 1: How to Design Jewellery
  • Part 2: Colour and Texture
  • Part 3: Design Principles
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 How to Design Different Types of Jewellery

  • Part 1: How to Design Different Types of Jewellery
  • Part 2: Designing necklaces for face shapes
  • Part 3: Earrings
  • Part 4: Bracelets and Rings
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Jewellery Materials

  • Part 1: Gold
  • Part 2: Silver and Platinum
  • Part 3: Titanium and Copper
  • Part 4: Gemstones
  • Part 5: Beads and Precious Metal Clays
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Equipment and supplies

  • Part 1: Equipment and supplies
  • Part 2: Beading Supplies
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 The Design Process

  • Part 1: The Design Process
  • Part 2: CAD CAM
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Making Your Own Jewellery

  • Part 1: Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • Part 2: What is soldering?
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Outsourcing Production

  • Part 1: Employing
  • Part 2: What about contractors and freelancers?
  • Part 3: Outsourcing Production
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 Preparing for Your Career

  • Part 1: Preparing For Your Career
  • Part 2: Communication Skills
  • Part 3: Negotiating on Price
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 Getting Hired

  • Part 1: Getting Hired
  • Part 2: Your portfolio
  • Part 3: Network
  • Part 4: Competency based questions
  • Part 5: Prepare questions to ask them.
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12 Starting Your Own Business

  • Part 1: Starting Your Business
  • Part 2: Writing A Business Plan
  • Part 3: Price of Materials
  • Part 4: Business Strategy
  • Part 5: Creating Your Workspace
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13 Fulfilling Orders

  • Part 1: Fulfilling Orders
  • Part 2: Delivery
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14 Selling Your Designs

  • Part 1: Selling Your Designs
  • Part 2: Marketing
  • Part 3: Selling to Individuals
  • Part 4: Canvass The MAN!
  • Part 5: Add value
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15 Selling On The Internet

  • Part 1: Online Sales
  • Part 2: Keywords
  • Part 3: Google Adwords
  • Module 15 Assessment

Course 2 - Knitting

Module 1: Materials

  • Part 1: Needles
  • Part 2: Yarns
  • Part 3: Notions
  • Part 4: Essential Kit
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Basics I

  • Part 1: Getting Started
  • Part 3: The Purl Stitch
  • Part 2: The Knit Stitch
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basics II

  • Part 1: Taking the Next Steps
  • Part 3: Cast Offs
  • Part 2: Cast Ons
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Beyond the Basics: Essential Techniques

  • Part 1: Time to Shape Up
  • Part 2: Picking Up Stitches
  • Part 3: Joining Yarns
  • Part 4: Knitting in the Round
  • Part 5: Fixing Mistakes
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Working With Patterns

  • Part 1: Your Roadmap to Finished Objects
  • Part 2: Reading Patterns
  • Part 3: Reading Charts
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Finishing and Care

  • Part 1: Knitting decreasing and into back of loop
  • Part 2: Knitting Decreasing
  • Part 3: Finishing and Making Up
  • Part 4: Seaming
  • Part 5: Caring for Hand Knits
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Advanced Techniques

  • Part 1: Time to Delight
  • Part 2: Cables
  • Part 3: Brioche
  • Part 4: Stranded Knitting
  • Part 5: The Basket Weave
  • Part 6: Button Holes
  • Part 7: Cable Knitting
  • Part 8: Twisted Cords & Cable Right/Left
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Introduction to Design

  • Part 1: Why Design?
  • Part 2: Design Tips
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Scarves

  • Part 1: Why Scarves?
  • Part 2: Designing Your Scarf
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Baby Blankets

  • Part 1: Snuggle Up
  • Part 2: Designing Your Afghan
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Toys

  • Part 1: Making Time for Play
  • Part 2: Designing Your Toy
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Socks

  • Part 1: Sock It to Me
  • Part 2: Choosing Yarns
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Jumpers

  • Part 1: Jumping Into Jumpers
  • Part 2: Further Design Considerations
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Business Foundations

  • Part 1: Ready, Steady, Go
  • Part 2: Market Research
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Budgeting and Finances

  • Part 1: Budgets, Prices, and Finances, Oh My
  • Part 2: Finding Financing
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sales and Advertising

  • Part 1: Is Anybody Out There?
  • Part 2: Social Media
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Business Planning

  • Part 1: Business Planning
  • Part 2: Copyrights
  • Module 17 Assessment

Course 3 - Perfumery

Module 1: Objective of the course

  • Course Objectives
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: About the art of perfume making

  • The Art of Perfume Making
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Substances that can be used for perfume extraction

  • Substances that can be used for Perfume Extraction
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Supplies needed

  • Supplies Needed
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Getting started and note identification

  • Part 1: Getting Started
  • Part 2: Top, Middle and Base Notes
  • Part 3: The Best Way to Mix Perfume Oils
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How to create your own perfume

  • Part 1: Perfume with an Alcohol Base
  • Part 2: Perfume from Essential Oils
  • Part 3: Perfume with a Carrier Oil Base
  • Part 4: Perfume from Flower Blossoms
  • Part 5: Perfume for Children
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Some pleasing formulations to follow

  • Perfume Recipes
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: An introduction to aromatherapy

  • Part 1: An Introduction to Aromatherapy
  • Part 2: Essential Oil Blends for Common Ailments
  • Part 3: Some Aromatherapy Blends
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Expert Kit

  • Expert Kit

Module 10: Knowledge test

  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 4 - Sewing

Module 1 – Sewing Machine Basics & Your Sewing Station

  • Part 1: Sewing Machine Basics
  • Part 2: Basic Sewing Machine Parts
  • Part 3: Hand Drawn Model of A Basic Sewing Machine
  • Part 4: Setting Up a Sewing Station
  • Part 5: Troubleshooting Your Sewing Machine
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Tools of the Trade

  • Part 1: For Sewing
  • Part 2: For Marking and For Cutting
  • Part 3: For Measuring and For Pressing
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Measurements

  • Measurements
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Commercial Patterns

  • Part 1: Many Types of Commercial Patterns
  • Part 2: Cutting Pattern Pieces
  • Part 3: Selvage and Grain
  • Part 4: Interfacing & Lining
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Fabrics

  • Part 1: Fabric Types
  • Part 2: Man-Made Fibres
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Techniques

  • Part 1: Techniques
  • Part 2: Pinning & Cutting your Pattern
  • Part 3: Cutting & Marking Lining
  • Part 4: Ironing Interface & Lining
  • Part 5: Attaching Lining to Material
  • Part 6: Stitching Pivot Points
  • Part 7: Top Stitching Panels
  • Part 8: Joining Seams
  • Part 9: Attaching Belt Loops
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Basic Hand and Sewing Machine Stitches

  • Part 1: Hand Stitches
  • Part 2: Creating Back Stitches
  • Part 3: Sewing Machine Stitch
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Advanced Sewing Techniques

  • Part 1: How to Sew Curves
  • Part 2: Pleats
  • Part 3: Sewing Machine Buttonholes
  • Part 4: How to Sew on a Snap
  • Part 5: Sewing a Zip into a Cushion
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Simple Sketching and Pattern Making

  • Simple Sketching and Pattern Making
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Decorative Pillow

  • Making a Basic Pillowcase
  • Decorative Pillow

Module 11 – Patchwork Placemat

  • Patchwork Placemat

Module 12 – Patchwork Table Runner

  • Patchwork Table Runner

Module 13 – Headband

  • Headband

Module 14 – Fashion Neck Scarf

  • Fashion Neck Scarf

Module 15 – Pouch

  • Pouch

Module 16 - Pin Cushion

  • Pin Cushion

Module 17 – Infinity Scarf

  • Infinity Scarf

Module 18 – Starting a Sewing Business

  • Part 1: Finding Your Sewing Niche
  • Part 2: Name Your Business
  • Module 18 Assessment

Course 5 - Crochet

Module 1: Materials

  • Part 1: Hooks
  • Part 1.1: Hook Roll Kit
  • Part 2: Yarns
  • Part 3: Notions
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Basics I

  • Part 1: Holding the Hook and Yarn
  • Part 2: The Double Crochet
  • Part 2.1: Second Row Double Stitch
  • Part 2.2: Last 2 stitches in a row
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basics II

  • Part 1: Connect the Dots
  • Part 2: Increasing
  • Part 3: Creating the Shell Stitch
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Beyond the Basics

  • Part 1: Joining Yarns
  • Part 2: Basic Gathered Stitches
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Working With Patterns

  • Part 1: Working With Patterns
  • Part 2: Charts/Diagrams
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Care and Finishing

  • Part 1: Care and Finishing
  • Part 2: Seaming
  • Part 3: Weaving In Ends
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Advanced Techniques

  • Part 1: Advanced Techniques
  • Part 2: Open Stitches
  • Part 2.1: Completing a Granny Square
  • Part 3: Other Techniques
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Intro to Design

  • Part 1: Intro to Design
  • Part 2: Sizing
  • Part 3: Shaping
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Scarves and Shawls

  • Part 1: Scarves and Shawls
  • Part 2: Designing a Scarf or Shawl
  • Part 3: A Grey Day
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Afghans

  • Part 1: Throw Backs
  • Part 2: Yarns, Yarn Amounts, and Tension
  • Part 3: Sounds of Summer
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Toys and Amigurumi

  • Part 1: Play Time!
  • Part 2: Yarns, Yarn Amounts, and Tension
  • Part 3: Percy Postbox
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Bags

  • Part 1: It’s in the Bag
  • Part 2: Designing a Bag
  • Part 3: Lazy Daisy
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Jumpers

  • Part 1: Jumpers
  • Part 2: Yarns, Yarn Amounts, and Tension
  • Part 3: Easy Drop Shoulder Jumper Recipe
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: First Steps

  • Part 1: First Steps
  • Part 2: Discover Your Target Market
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Venues and Advertising

  • Part 1: Venues
  • Part 2: Advertising
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16. Finances and Budgeting

  • Part 1: Finances and Budgeting
  • Part 2: Financing
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Business Plans

  • Part 1: Business Plans
  • Part 2: The Giving Spirit
  • Module 17 Assessment

Course 6 - Essential Oils Business

Module 1: All About Essential Oils

  • Part 1: What Are Essential Oils?
  • Part 2: Where Do These Essential Oils Come from?
  • Part 3: History of Essential Oils
  • Part 4: Variety of Essential Oils Available Today
  • Frankincense Oil
  • Lavender Oil
  • Lemon Oil
  • Melaleuca or Tea Tree Oil
  • Peppermint Oil
  • Wild Orange Oil
  • Breathe® Oil Blend
  • Deep Blue® Oil Blend
  • DigestZen® Oil Blend
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Facts and Uses of Essential Oils

  • Part 1: Using essential Oils
  • Part 2: Facts You Must Know About Essential Oils
  • Part 3: Healing Properties of Essential Oils
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: How to Make an Essential Oil?

  • Part 1: How to Make an Essential Oil?
  • Part 2: Solvent Extraction Method
  • Part 3: Steam Distillation Method
  • Part 4: Expression Method
  • Part 5: Some Recipes Using Essential Oils
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Learning About Essential Oils
  • Part 2: Becoming a Professional
  • Part 3: Turning Your Knowledge into a Business
  • Part 4: Treatment room
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Basics of an Essential Oils Business

  • Part 1: Basics of an Essential Oils Business
  • Part 2: Most Popular Essential Oils Include
  • Part 3: Things to Note
  • Part 4: Start Your Own Business
  • Part 5: Essential Oils Business
  • Part 6: Importance of Promotion and Advertising
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Knowing Your Customers’ Needs

  • Part 1: Customers Matter
  • Part 2: What Customers Want
  • Part 3: Know Your Customers
  • Part 4: Responses and Reactions of Customers
  • Part 5: Feedback Forms: Creation & Evaluation
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Being Organised is Key

  • Part 1: The Importance of Being Organised
  • Part 2: Promote Efficiency
  • Part 3: What to Do When You Are Not Organised
  • Part 4: Aspects of Being Organised
  • Part 5: So how should we get organised?
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 7 - Candle Making Business

Module 1: Candle Making

  • Part 1: Basic Methods
  • Part 2: Wax 101
  • Part 3: Beeswax
  • Part 4: Paraffin
  • Part 5: The Wicks
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Safety First

  • Part 1: Precautions
  • Part 2: Workplace
  • Part 3: Dressing the Part
  • Part 4: Equipment
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Handmade Candles

  • Part 1: Rolling a Candle
  • Part 2: Pouring the Candles
  • Part 3: Making Wax Sheets
  • Part 4: Making Shapes
  • Part 5: Additives
  • Part 6: Container Candles
  • Part 7: Experimenting with Colour
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Moulded Candles

  • Part 1: What are They?
  • Part 2: Moulds
  • Part 3: Automatic Wicking
  • Part 4: Two-piece Mould Making
  • Part 5: Plaster Bandage Moulds
  • Part 6: Shapes and Colours
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Dipped Candles

  • Part 1: Dipping the Wick
  • Part 2: The Candles
  • Part 3: How to Dip
  • Part 4: Candle Burning
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Other Candles

  • Part 1: Types of Candles
  • Part 2: Birthday Candles
  • Part 3: Hand-moulded Candles
  • Part 4: Danish Tapers
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Decorating

  • Part 1: Stencils
  • Part 2: Candle Painting
  • Part 3: Carved Candles
  • Part 4: Novelty Candles
  • Part 5: Textured Candles
  • Part 6: Pressed Flowers and Grasses
  • Part 7: Waxing Real Flowers
  • Part 8: Centrepieces
  • Part 9: Candle Holders
  • Part 10: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Setting Up Your Business

  • Part 1: Where to Work
  • Part 2: Where to Source Materials
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Marketing

  • Part 1: Marketing Your Business
  • Part 2: Promotional Tools
  • Part 3: Social Media
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 8 - Floristry

Module 1: Floristry

  • Part 1: Introduction to Floristry
  • Part 2: Benefits of a Career in Floristry
  • Part 3: Knowledge
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Floral Arrangements

  • Part 1: Creating Floral Arrangements
  • Part 2: Maintaining Flowers
  • Part 3: Flowers, Greens and Plants
  • Part 4: Plants You Should Know
  • Part 5: Colour and Design
  • Part 6: Arrangements
  • Part 7: Container Arrangements
  • Part 8: Corsages and Boutonnieres
  • Video: Making a buttonhole
  • Part 9: Basket Gardens
  • Part 10: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Weddings

  • Part 1: Wedding Flowers
  • Part 2: Making Arrangements
  • Part 3: Meeting with Clients
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Your Own Shop

  • Part 1: Starting Your Own Shop
  • Part 2: Buying an Established Shop
  • Part 3: Opening a New Shop
  • Part 4: Getting Started
  • Part 5: Name and Logo
  • Part 6: Types of Delivery Services
  • Part 7: Essential Equipment
  • Part 8: Layout and Maintenance
  • Part 9: Wholesalers and Suppliers
  • Part 10: Choosing Materials
  • Part 11: Advance and Standing Orders
  • Part 12: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Customers

  • Part 1: Getting Customers
  • Part 2: Keeping Customers
  • Part 3: Walk-in Customers
  • Part 4: Phone Customers
  • Part 5: Online Customers
  • Part 6: Corporate Flowers
  • Part 7: Hotels and Restaurants
  • Part 8: Flowers in Government Offices
  • Part 9: Flowers in Hospitals
  • Part 10: Funeral Homes
  • Part 11: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Marketing

  • Part 1: Marketing Your Business
  • Part 2: Advertising
  • Part 3: Promotional Tools
  • Part 4: Trade Shows and Events
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 9 - Organic Gardening

Module 1 - Going Organic

  • Part 1: Going Organic
  • Part 2: Benefits of Organic Gardening
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Planning Your Organic Garden

  • Part 1: Choosing the site
  • Part 2: Deciding on the size of your organic garden
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Soil

  • Part 1: Testing your soil
  • Part 2: Making your soil better using organic matter
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Preparing a Bed

  • Part 1: Preparing a Bed
  • Part 2: Sowing Seeds
  • Part 3: Buying plants
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Plants to Choose for your Organic Garden

  • Part 1: Vegetables
  • Part 2: Herbs
  • Part 3: Berries
  • Part 4: Fruits
  • Part 5: Nuts
  • Part 6: Landscape
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Weed Control

  • Part 1: What are weeds and why are they a problem?
  • Part 2: Methods to get rid of weeds
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Battling with Pests

  • Part 1: Common Garden Pests
  • Part 2: Preventive Measures
  • Part 3: Controlling Pests Naturally
  • Part 4: Using Pesticides
  • Part 5: Beneficial Insects
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Other threats to your organic garden

  • Part 1: Plant Diseases and their Solutions
  • Part 2: Prevention of diseases
  • Part 3: Common diseases and the products to control them
  • Part 4: Sneaky Animals
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Watering

  • Part 1: Frequency
  • Part 2: Types of equipment
  • Part 3: Tools needed for maintenance
  • Part 4: Your gardening routine
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Homemade Goodness

  • Part 1: Fertiliser Recipes
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 - Maintaining your organic garden

  • Part 1: Throughout the year
  • Part 2: Summary

Course 10 - Cake Making Business

Module 1: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Registering, Licences and Insurance
  • Part 2: Deciding on a Business Structure
  • Part 3: Choosing a Name for Your Cake Making Business
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Setting Up

  • Part 1: Workspace and Equipment
  • Part 2: Managing Your Money
  • Part 3: Developing a Website
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Finding Your Niche

  • Part 1: How to Find Your Niche
  • Part 2: Designing a Product Line
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Preparing for Market

  • Part 1: Pricing Your Products
  • Part 2: Developing a Marketing Plan
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Nurturing Clients

  • Part 1: How to Find Customers
  • Part 2: Online Ways to Attract Clients
  • Part 3: Selling at Markets and Fairs
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Recipes

  • Part 1: Basic Recipes
  • Part 1.1: Making Chocolate Sponge
  • Part 1.2: Making Buttercream
  • Part 2: Advanced Recipes
  • Part 3: Decorating Your Cake
  • Part 3.1: Decorating a Two-Tier Cake
  • Part 3.2: Creating a Decorative Bowl

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Turn Your Jewellery Making Skills Into A Full Time Business - 10 Courses in this Bundle

  1.  Jewellery Making

  2.  Knitting

  3.  Perfumery

  4.  Sewing

  5.  Crochet

  6.  Essential Oils Business 

  7.  Candle Making Business

  8.  Floristry

  9.  Organic Gardening

  10.  Cake Making Business

1. Jewellery Making: Turn Your Jewellery Making Skills Into A Full Time Business

Earn in Your Spare Time or Start a Business! Jewellery making is also enjoyable, you can make money from it, and the start-up costs are very low. It can even turn into a full-time career, and this course will aid your journey and answer all your questions along the way.

It may sound a little daunting but this Jewellery Making Course covers everything in easy-to absorb-modules, separated into smaller, even more manageble sections that will quickly take you from novice to designer to business owner, all in your own time and at your own pace.

What’s especially alluring about designing and selling your own jewellery, is that not only is it a creative use of your spare time but you can set up at home and design pieces in your spare time around a full-time job or other responsibilities.

  • A little bit of history about jewellery (don’t worry its only brief and actually quite interesting)
  • Considerations when designing various types of jewellery
  • How to manipulate and treat various materials
  • The equipment and supplies you’ll need to create various pieces and how to use these safely
  • How to gain inspiration and follow a design process to turn your ideas from sketches to finished pieces
  • How to go about outsourcing
  • How to set up your business, including fulfilling orders and selling your designs in a variety of ways (including wholesale, craft shows, and setting up an online shop)
  • How to gain employment in the industry

Who would benefit from this course?

If you love jewellery you have probably had ideas of what would make some great pieces, but that's where it's ended, or maybe you're already a competent jewellery maker but you need some help with the design process, how to market your business or start a career.

This comprehensive Jewellery Making Course will teach you everything that you need to know in order to set up your own Jewellery Making business. There are plenty of books and courses available to show you the hands-on part of the process but this course will fill you on everything else.

2. Knitting: From Knitting Novice To Business Owner

This 3-part Knitting Course takes students from novice, to designer, to business-owner, through 17 fully-illustrated, hands-on modules.

The course starts out by establishing the fundamentals, giving you practical advice, to get you practising straight away. This includes topics such as: how to knit, how to read patterns, and how to care for hand knits.

With the basics down, the 2nd part of the course advances students into designing hand knits, along with explanations of how to design some of the most popular knitted items of today, and providing sample patterns to practice with.

The 3rd part of the course takes you step-by-step through starting your own knitting business, whether you wish to sell your work, publish patterns you’ve designed or teach what you know.

To the untrained eye wool is wool, but if you’ve ever stepped into a wool shop you may well have been overwhelmed by choice. It can be hard to differentiate between the vast array of needles, yarns, and notions (accessories), which can be enough to frighten anyone off. The 1st module of the course guides students through some popular types of needles, yarns, and notions, so that they can begin practising, without worrying about their choice of materials and equipment.

The 2nd module of the Knitting Course dives straight into the basics of knitting, explaining the differences between knit and purl stitches and how to cast on and cast off. Practice is encouraged throughout the course and to make things even easier, you are told which needles and yarn type to use for this particular practice exercise.

The 3rd module expands on the 4 basic processes explained in the previous module, showing how combing knits and purls in different ways make different fabrics, with how to create the 3 basic/foundation fabrics explained here, these being: garter, stocking, and rib, along with additional techniques.

While what has been learned so far enables students to knit flat items in square and rectangular shapes, the 4th module of the course imparts essential techniques that will enable the apprentice knitter to design in various shapes, work in 3 dimensions (such as making socks or the top of a jumper sleeve), and correct their mistakes. The techniques taught include: increases, decreases, picking up stitches, knitting in the round, joining yarns, and fixing mistakes.

Knitters speak in their own language, so trying to trying to understand the knitting patterns they create can be like trying unlock a cipher. Fortunately, module 5 is the key; clearing up the jargon and giving students a full understanding of how to read and follow knitting patterns.

With a piece made, it can be easy to think it is complete, putting it aside to be used, given away or sold, and ready to move onto the next piece, but this may not always be the case. To take an item from ‘homemade’ to ‘hand crafted’ involves a little extra time and effort. The 6th module of the Knitting Course takes students through the following important finishing techniques: Weaving in Ends, Blocking, Seaming, and Caring for Knits (including how to add care labels to your work).

Taking students beyond the basics, module 7 concludes the 1st part of the course by teaching advanced techniques, showing students how to work with six of the most common categories of stitch pattern: Knit and Purl Patterns, Slip Stitch Patterns, Cables, Lace, Brioche, and Stranded Knitting.

With the techniques and methodologies of creating various pieces understood and practiced, the Knitting Course moves onto teaching students how to design their own pieces. This begins with module 8, which introduces the concept of design and the role of the designer, guiding students step-by-step through the design process, and finishing off with some design tips.

Module 9 focuses on scarf design, taking students through the various knitting methods, yarn choices, and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts, before discussing the considerations to make when designing a scarf. The module concludes with a project to follow: making a lightweight summer scarf, along with some tips on scarf design.

The 10th module guides students through creating baby blankets and afghan blankets. As easy to make as scarves, though taking a lot longer to create, these items can be as simple or complex as you wish. This module teaches you the how; through discussions on yarn choices, and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts, along with design information on creating your item with an all-over pattern or a pattern made from individual blocks.

Getting yet more advanced, the 11th module of the Knitting Course is all about making toys. Involving a lot of shaping, sewing, seaming, and blocking, this type of knitting requires excellent technique and a good creative eye but the results can be fantastic. Here you will be guided through how to design a toy, along with considerations to make when choosing yarns and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts. The end of the module guides you through making a knitted Tic Tac Toe.

There is more than meets the eye with the humble sock. Beginners to sock design can find the prospect daunting, but once the basic sock template is understood it can be the perfect canvas for creativity. Module 12 talks students through the anatomy of a sock, giving a full understanding of how they are constructed before moving on to explaining the various methods available when knitting socks. Following the same format as previous modules, the choice of yarns to use and the tension, measurements, and yarn amounts are discussed, along with a full explanation on how to design a sock. The exercise at the end of this module is to create a pair of toasty Hot Tamale socks, following the guide provided.

In terms of complexity, jumper design and construction can be the item that makes or breaks a new designer. In the 13th module of the course, learners will be taught about the different types of jumpers and how they are constructed, with information on the types of yarn, tension, measurements, and yarn amounts used. From here students are taken through how to design a drop shoulder jumper, before being asked to create their own drop shoulder pattern.

Once students have learned how to knit and how to design their own knitting patterns, the Knitting Course concludes with part 3, which is all about setting up a business and starting a new career, utilising the skills learnt throughout the course. Module 14 introduces the topic by discussing the foundations of creating a business. This talks about the kinds of business that students can create that capitalise on their particular skillsets, how to find a target market and then how to conduct market research, so that you can fully understand the customers who wish to sell to.

Dealing with budgeting and finances is not the reason most people get into this business but it is necessary, to ensure the health, stability, and growth of your business. The 15th module discusses areas including budgeting, pricing, how to find financing, and taxes.

The Knitting Course’s 16th module is all about how to sell and advertise the goods you create. This discusses the options available to you whether you intend to sell from a physical location, online or both, where to advertise, and the use of social media to gain a following, with tips on retaining customer interest in your business.

Before you take any action, you’ll need to find your path, and there’s no better way to do so than to write a business plan. The final module of the course guides students through creating an effective business plan, with information on each section that should be present in the plan and the questions to answer within each section. Following this sequence, students will be able to create a business plan for their own business by the end of the module. In addition, the module concludes with some information on copyright within the knitting industry.

Who would benefit from the course?

As an incredibly detailed and involved course that takes students from complete beginner to knitting aficionado. This course is for accessible to those who may have even just a passing interest in knitting, as the materials included quickly absorb their readers and reveal just how easy it is to get involved with this timeless pastime.

The Knitting Diploma Course will of course be of particular interest to those who have fancied giving knitting a try but didn’t know where to start or had even gone as far as looking at a knitting pattern but were put off by when trying to decipher the jargon within. Students are taken step-by-step along through everything they need to know to enjoy knitting for themselves or to make a business selling their work.

3. Perfumery: Learn The Art of Making Perfume

Creating your own homemade perfume has never been easier. Learn how to start creating different scents straight away in this easy to follow step-by-step course.

This Perfumery Course is an excellent way to gain a deeper understanding of the fragrance industry and how you can start selling your own branded creations. Perfume has often been described as ‘Liquid Emotion’. Learn how different scents affect the way that we feel and how they can enhance your well-being.

Who would benefit from this course?

Use your new perfume making skills to start your own business selling your own unique scents or why not be creative and make your own special perfume based gifts, perfect for any special occasion!

4. Sewing: Learn Basic And Advanced Sewing Techniques

Learn basic and advanced sewing techniques, a range of machine and hand stitching types, the equipment you need and how to use it, how to measure correctly and choose the right fabrics, how to follow commercial patterns and create your own, and how to build a business. You’ll even put your new-found skills to practice in 8 guided projects to get your portfolio started off.

For some, the most off-putting part of learning to sew is getting to grips with the sewing machine itself. The Sewing Diploma Course begins by removing all trepidation, teaching you the basic parts and functions of your sewing machine, no matter which brand you have. You will quickly learn how to operate a sewing machine, including how to thread the bobbin and thread your sewing machine, and even gain the confidence to troubleshoot any minor problems that may arise, and understand how to care for your machine.

Another area that may at first seem baffling, is the array of tools available to the sewer. The course introduces you to the basic tools and accessories that you need to have in your sewing basket and outlines what each does.

Before working on a garment for yourself or a client, it is important to take accurate measurements. You will learn how to correctly measure women and men and the importance of rechecking measurements as years go by, to allow for changes in weight or body shape.

Although the Sewing Diploma Course will teach you how to create your own custom-made projects, a great way to learn the basic principles of garment creation is by following commercial patterns. A skill every good sewer should possess, following commercial patterns, offers hands-on practice of the sewing techniques that you will use in with your own designs. This course shows you how to understand and follow commercial patterns.

Choosing a fabric for your project is an important step, as choosing incorrectly can ruin the look and feel of what you had envisaged. This course reviews natural and man-made fabrics, explaining the characteristics of various types of each and the ways in which they should be prepared for a project.

The Sewing Diploma Course provides practical instruction on basic and advanced sewing techniques including pressing, pinning, cutting, and marking fabric, how to insert a zipper, make buttonholes, and how to sew closures, such as hooks-and-eyes and snaps.

Basic hand and sewing machine stitches are covered comprehensively. Although sewing machines can sew many types of stitch, it is still important to learn how to make very basic hand stitches, as there are instances when machine sewing would be too aggressive for the fabric type or more difficult to use. You will learn how to employ a variety of hand and machine stitches and gain an understanding of when each should be used.

Whether you think you can draw or not, sketching is the quickest and most effective way of getting your ideas down and finessing them, making it an important skill to develop. You will learn the simple steps to getting an idea out of your mind and onto pattern paper, ready to be made.

The course takes all the skills you have learned and combines them into several projects for you to follow, all of which will help you to develop the various techniques you have learnt. Each project gives you a summary of the item that you will make, the materials you’ll need, and the skills you’ll develop, before giving you step-by-step guidance on how to create the piece. The fully-guided projects included in the course are:

  • Small Decorative Pillow
  • Placemat
  • Patchwork Table runner
  • Headband
  • Fashion Scarf
  • Pouch
  • Pin Cushion
  • Infinity Scarf

With your new skill set in place, the Sewing Course provides you with advice on setting up a business selling your items and services. You will learn how to find your niche, devise a business plan and create goals, track expenses and sales, and advertise and market your business.

Who would benefit from the course?

This comprehensive and exciting course will teach you everything that you need to know in order to make your own unique creations. The course takes you from a complete beginner in sewing right through to being confident enough to get going with lots of exciting projects.

This course will benefit you if you want to begin a career as a seamstress or tailor and need a solid foundation to build upon or if you have already learnt to sew but want to brush up on your skills and make a profit from your talents with your own sewing business.

5. Crochet: Learn To Crochet And Open Your Own Crochet Business

While working through this course, you will move from learning to crochet, to becoming a designer, to opening your own crochet business.

In Part I, you’ll learn all about how to crochet, from holding the hook to reading patterns. You’ll also learn a range of more advanced techniques.

In Part II, you’ll learn about designing crochet pieces and writing patterns. Each section will lead you, step-by-step, through making a different type of item; practice patterns are included to get you started.

In Part III, you’ll learn how to start your own crochet business, including the steps necessary for finding your target market, budgeting, and writing a business plan.

Who would benefit from the course?

Anyone with an interest in the topic will gain something from studying the Crochet Diploma Course, as it provides tutelage for absolute beginners, with practical, guided examples that are fully illustrated, so that you can follow along easily. For those who are already hobbyist crocheters, the 2nd and 3rd parts aid students in becoming designera (or crochet artista) and detail how to go about building a business and selling your creations or patterns.

6. Essential Oils Business: Set Up Your Own Essential Oils Business

he comprehensive and exciting Essential Oils Business Course provides everything that you need to know in order to set up your own essential oils business.

Introducing you to essential oils, where they come from, how they are used, how they are made and recipes showing you how you can make your own. Then the course shows you how to build an essential oils business.

Essentials oils are liquids that have been distilled from leaves, barks, stems, roots, flowers or others parts of plants, using water or stream. Even though they are called oils, they do not actually feel oily. Essential oils are usually clear, although some are coloured, such as lemongrass, orange and patchouli oils. These are highly concentrated liquids, which means that even a small amount of an oil will go a long way.

Contrary to popular belief, there is a difference between essential oils and fragrance oils. Essential oils come from pure plant derivatives, whereas perfume oils are manufactured artificially or have some artificial substances. Consumers of fragrance oils cannot derive the same benefits as they could have from essential oils. Essential oils have such an aroma and chemical composition that they can provide some essential physical therapeutic and psychological advantages to individuals.

Various methods are used by people to derive these advantages from essential oils, such as inhalation or direct application of oil to their skin. In order to apply essential oils to the skin, they usually have to be diluted first with another carrier oil. There are different types of carrier oils, such as grape seed oil, sweet almond oil and kernel oil. This diluted oil can then be applied onto the skin and blended in so that the skin can fully absorb it.

Beyond a Scent
Although the obvious connotation with essential oils is their use to provide a welcoming scent, their uses range far beyond this. For example, a popularised oil, lavender, is well known to calm nerves and aid sleep when used as a scent but it can also be used for medicinal purposes, such as alleviating minor burns, skin rashes, insect bites and acne. It can also be massaged into the temples and forehead in order to relieve headaches, used together with baking soda it can be used as a deodorant, and it can be added to steam to help improve respiratory infections and sinus issues.

The same is true of other oils, such as tee tree and lemon. Tea tree can help with nail fungus, acne, warts, cold sores, athlete’s foot, eczema or dermatitis, insect bites, dandruff, psoriasis, and head lice. It can even be used as a disinfectant spray and can also keep fleas away from pets.

Lemon essential oil can be mixed with olive oil in order to make some furniture polish, it can be mixed with oil and water to prevent bad breath, or with aloe gel to make an antibacterial hand cleaner. Added to baking soda, it will make an antibacterial score for butcher blocks and wooden chopping boards, it is also often added to homemade cleaning agents, such as laundry soap, dish detergent, spray cleaners and floor cleaners.

If this has piqued your interest and you would like to know more about essential oils, including and beyond their different therapeutic uses, and how to make and sell them, then the Essential Oils Business Course could well be for you.

Who would benefit from this course?

This course is ideal for those that are looking to set up their own business using essential oils.

Primarily aimed at those who would who would like to start a standalone business either making and selling their own essential oils, or those that are looking to use the essential oils as part of their holistic practice such as Aromatherapists or Massage Therapists.

The Essential Oils Business Course will also be of interest to those who wish to sell oils as part of a larger business that sells similar or related products, such as soaps, skincare and candles. Likewise, those in the health and beauty and relaxation industries may like to offer essentials oil as a complimentary sale to their current services. Of course students who wish to make oils for their own use or give as gifts will also learn a lot from this course.

7. Candle Making Business: Learn About The Different Marketing Techniques Required For Promoting Your Business

If you are passionate and really enjoy making candles, you could certainly consider pursuing this exciting hobby as a full-time career by setting up your own candle making business. If you’re dedicated to making your new business a success then this detailed candle making course will guide you on the various steps and materials involved in candle making.

Students will learn about the basic candle making methods, different kinds of wax and various types of wicks. You will learn all about the safety precautions you need to take while making candles, and will also be educated about ways to make your workplace safe.

You will learn about how to roll the candles, pour them, make your own wax sheets, make different candle shapes, experimenting with colours and information on containers and additives. Students will be guided how to safely dip the candles and will also discuss the candle burning process. You will learn about lots of other candles, such as birthday candles, hand moulded candles, beaded candles, scented candles, Danish tapers, beeswax candles, multi-wick candles, twisted tapers, themed and floating candles.

Who would benefit from this course?

By the time you finish this course, you will have a complete comprehensive step-by-step guide showing you how to make beautiful candles and how to build a successful business following your new candle making passion.

Anyone with a passion for candles who would like to make a business out of candle making or sell your candles to business owners.

8. Floristry: Set Up Your Own Floristry Business

The floristry industry will always be popular as no wedding; christening or special event would be complete without an assortment of beautiful flowers.

This comprehensive online course will teach you everything that you need to know about setting up your own Floristry business.

Floristry is an excellent business that can prove to be extremely profitable if you have the passion and dedication to make it a success. If you love flowers and you’re not worried about putting in the hard work to get things off the ground, then this could be the perfect business for you.

Starting with an introduction to the field along with its pros and cons to help you decide whether or not it is suitable for you. The next Module is dedicated entirely for floral arrangements: what these are, how you can make floral arrangements, what items you will need, what services you need to provide and other details that are important when getting started in floristry.

Moving on, you will learn everything related to wedding and funeral flowers. Weddings and funerals take place no matter what, and neither is complete without flowers. If you want to venture into floristry, you need to know how to cater for the wedding and funeral industries.

The next module is focused on opening up your own shop and will talk about all the things that you need to take care of once you will start your own florist shop, including its logo, supplies, setup fees, location and other things of this sort.

The last two Modules of the course talk about two extremely important tools that will be decisive of the success of your shop: your customers and marketing techniques. The former will educate you on how to attract the attention of your target market towards your flower shop and how to gain and retain the market share. The seventh Module will throw light on the different marketing strategies that can help you coin your name in the field.

Who would benefit from the course?

Anyone who would like to work in the Floristry business, Wedding Florist or other occasion florists. Either working in a florist or setting up your own business. Or anyone who likes to arrange their own flowers for themselves and others.

9. Organic Gardening: Start Your Own Organic Garden

The Organic Gardening Course offers practical instruction, backed by solid knowledge. You’ll learn everything that you need to know to be able to grow your own fresh organic produce without the use of artificial fertilisers, pesticides and chemicals.

You will discover what it means to “go organic” in the context of gardening and what the benefits of this are, both to your health and the environment. Armed with practical advice and information you will learn how to create your own organic garden. Each stage of the process is explained: choosing the right patch, understanding the ideal conditions for growth, choosing what to grow, creating and using a gardening map, and practicing proper crop rotation.

Soil! You’ll discover everything you need to know about soil – learning what is the most suitable for your garden by testing its type, pH level and nutrient value and understanding the importance of proper drainage. The quality of your soil can be enhanced using various types of organic matter. The course provides instructions on how to create various homemade fertilisers from household waste and items you may already have in your cupboards.

For a successful crop, you need to consider the various stages of planting your organic garden. The Organic Gardening Course guides you through the proper methods of preparing a garden bed and sowing seeds. If you’d prefer a head-start, the options for buying plants are discussed, including where to source them from.

There is plenty of choice when deciding what to plant in your organic garden. To give you a better understanding of what is involved with cultivating various plants, the course talks you through the main categories of plant and what is required to grow them successfully. You will learn how to nurture the growth of vegetables, herbs, berries, fruits, nuts, and landscape plants.

Every gardener has two natural enemies: weeds and pests. The Organic Gardening Course teaches you how to deal with both organically. You’ll learn about weeds and why they pose a problem and the various methods of getting rid of them, such as hand weeding, hoeing, mulching, solarizing, flaming and organic herbicide. There is also a rundown of the various types of weeding tools available to you.

As for pests, you’ll learn about the different kinds that may infest your garden. You’ll explore preventative options and learn how to deal with those already present in your garden. However, not all insects and invertebrates are pests. Some are beneficial to your garden; this course will teach you the difference.

Weeds and pests aside, there are even more threats to your garden that this course will make you aware of and show you how to deal with. Through studying the Organic Gardening Course, you’ll learn how to spot, control and prevent various plant diseases and deter animal intruders humanely..

Once your organic garden is established it is important to maintain it properly. You’ll learn about correct watering techniques and the equipment you can use to ensure your garden gets the right amount of water. You’ll explore maintenance tool options for various garden types and what your weekly gardening routine should involve.

The Organic Gardening Course runs through each of the four seasons and provides guidance on what you should be doing in each to maintain your garden’s health.

Who would benefit from the course?

From window boxes to full gardens, this course teaches everyone who is keen how to grow their own fresh and organic fruit, vegetables, herbs, and plants. With simple, straightforward explanations covering all topics, you’ll grow from a complete novice into a green-fingered expert.

Many of the fruits and vegetables sold in supermarkets are sprayed with poisonous and dangerous pesticides. Growing your own fresh organic produce guarantees that you know what has gone into the food that you and your family consume. It is also healthier, fresher and better tasting. Anyone who cares about their body and is conscious about the effects of chemicals on the environment will appreciate this course.

10. Cake Making Business: Learn To Master The Fundamentals Of Business

If you love making cakes and you’ve had people say “You should sell these!” then why don’t you? From this course you’ll master the fundamentals of business, from the logistics of setting up to creating a business plan, pricing your products and figuring out how best to market your delicious offerings. New to cake-making? No problem, the course also offers several basic to advanced recipes for you to try out!

Setting up your own business can be an exciting time, but it can also be quite daunting when you are faced with the legalities, different types of business structure, forming an effective business plan, and even deciding on a name! The Cake Making Business Diploma Course simplifies these processes, taking you step-by-step through each, using simple language that anyone can understand.

Before opening your doors, you need to make sure you have all the practicalities sorted out. The course runs through all the equipment and types of workspaces you will need to work effectively and efficiently for the kind of business you are running. You will learn how to manage your money and the importance of having a website, even if you don’t intend to sell online, and what this should include.

As with any business, it’s important to create a niche product – something that you specialise in and are known for being the best at and can become the go-to business for that product. The Cake Making Business Diploma Course discusses the importance of having a niche and how to go about finding yours. Part of this will involve competitor analysis, possible upskilling, creating a product line, and understanding the importance of sourcing great ingredients, even if they cost a little more and money is tight. The course also offers several suggestions for niches that could work for you or that may inspire you to find your own.

With all the paperwork out of the way, your business set up, and your niche chosen and perfected; it’s time to sell, but how? You’ll learn how to work out what you should be selling your cakes for to make a profit without pricing yourself out of the market. The course also explains how to develop a goal-driven marketing plan that you can monitor and the considerations you need to make when choosing packaging for your delicious treats

Who would benefit from this course?

The purpose of this course is to give cake-makers a practical guide to creating a business. You will receive guidance through each area of setting up, running, and growing a successful cake-selling business.

Cake-making newcomers who would like to begin their journey from creating their first cake to establishing a thriving business are also welcome. The course includes several basic to advanced recipes and techniques, which will take you through making various types of cakes before you move on to create a business selling them.

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Ultimate Jewellery Making Bundle, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Jewellery Making

Module 1 Benefits of the Career

  • Part 1: Introduction & Benefits of the Career
  • Part 2: The benefits of Jewellery Making as a Career
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 About Designing Jewellery / Jewellery Past to Present

  • Jewelry Past and Present
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 How to Design Jewellery

  • Part 1: How to Design Jewellery
  • Part 2: Colour and Texture
  • Part 3: Design Principles
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 How to Design Different Types of Jewellery

  • Part 1: How to Design Different Types of Jewellery
  • Part 2: Designing necklaces for face shapes
  • Part 3: Earrings
  • Part 4: Bracelets and Rings
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Jewellery Materials

  • Part 1: Gold
  • Part 2: Silver and Platinum
  • Part 3: Titanium and Copper
  • Part 4: Gemstones
  • Part 5: Beads and Precious Metal Clays
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Equipment and supplies

  • Part 1: Equipment and supplies
  • Part 2: Beading Supplies
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 The Design Process

  • Part 1: The Design Process
  • Part 2: CAD CAM
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Making Your Own Jewellery

  • Part 1: Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • Part 2: What is soldering?
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Outsourcing Production

  • Part 1: Employing
  • Part 2: What about contractors and freelancers?
  • Part 3: Outsourcing Production
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 Preparing for Your Career

  • Part 1: Preparing For Your Career
  • Part 2: Communication Skills
  • Part 3: Negotiating on Price
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 Getting Hired

  • Part 1: Getting Hired
  • Part 2: Your portfolio
  • Part 3: Network
  • Part 4: Competency based questions
  • Part 5: Prepare questions to ask them.
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12 Starting Your Own Business

  • Part 1: Starting Your Business
  • Part 2: Writing A Business Plan
  • Part 3: Price of Materials
  • Part 4: Business Strategy
  • Part 5: Creating Your Workspace
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13 Fulfilling Orders

  • Part 1: Fulfilling Orders
  • Part 2: Delivery
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14 Selling Your Designs

  • Part 1: Selling Your Designs
  • Part 2: Marketing
  • Part 3: Selling to Individuals
  • Part 4: Canvass The MAN!
  • Part 5: Add value
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15 Selling On The Internet

  • Part 1: Online Sales
  • Part 2: Keywords
  • Part 3: Google Adwords
  • Module 15 Assessment

Course 2 - Knitting

Module 1: Materials

  • Part 1: Needles
  • Part 2: Yarns
  • Part 3: Notions
  • Part 4: Essential Kit
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Basics I

  • Part 1: Getting Started
  • Part 3: The Purl Stitch
  • Part 2: The Knit Stitch
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basics II

  • Part 1: Taking the Next Steps
  • Part 3: Cast Offs
  • Part 2: Cast Ons
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Beyond the Basics: Essential Techniques

  • Part 1: Time to Shape Up
  • Part 2: Picking Up Stitches
  • Part 3: Joining Yarns
  • Part 4: Knitting in the Round
  • Part 5: Fixing Mistakes
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Working With Patterns

  • Part 1: Your Roadmap to Finished Objects
  • Part 2: Reading Patterns
  • Part 3: Reading Charts
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Finishing and Care

  • Part 1: Knitting decreasing and into back of loop
  • Part 2: Knitting Decreasing
  • Part 3: Finishing and Making Up
  • Part 4: Seaming
  • Part 5: Caring for Hand Knits
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Advanced Techniques

  • Part 1: Time to Delight
  • Part 2: Cables
  • Part 3: Brioche
  • Part 4: Stranded Knitting
  • Part 5: The Basket Weave
  • Part 6: Button Holes
  • Part 7: Cable Knitting
  • Part 8: Twisted Cords & Cable Right/Left
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Introduction to Design

  • Part 1: Why Design?
  • Part 2: Design Tips
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Scarves

  • Part 1: Why Scarves?
  • Part 2: Designing Your Scarf
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Baby Blankets

  • Part 1: Snuggle Up
  • Part 2: Designing Your Afghan
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Toys

  • Part 1: Making Time for Play
  • Part 2: Designing Your Toy
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Socks

  • Part 1: Sock It to Me
  • Part 2: Choosing Yarns
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Jumpers

  • Part 1: Jumping Into Jumpers
  • Part 2: Further Design Considerations
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Business Foundations

  • Part 1: Ready, Steady, Go
  • Part 2: Market Research
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Budgeting and Finances

  • Part 1: Budgets, Prices, and Finances, Oh My
  • Part 2: Finding Financing
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sales and Advertising

  • Part 1: Is Anybody Out There?
  • Part 2: Social Media
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Business Planning

  • Part 1: Business Planning
  • Part 2: Copyrights
  • Module 17 Assessment

Course 3 - Perfumery

Module 1: Objective of the course

  • Course Objectives
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: About the art of perfume making

  • The Art of Perfume Making
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Substances that can be used for perfume extraction

  • Substances that can be used for Perfume Extraction
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Supplies needed

  • Supplies Needed
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Getting started and note identification

  • Part 1: Getting Started
  • Part 2: Top, Middle and Base Notes
  • Part 3: The Best Way to Mix Perfume Oils
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How to create your own perfume

  • Part 1: Perfume with an Alcohol Base
  • Part 2: Perfume from Essential Oils
  • Part 3: Perfume with a Carrier Oil Base
  • Part 4: Perfume from Flower Blossoms
  • Part 5: Perfume for Children
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Some pleasing formulations to follow

  • Perfume Recipes
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: An introduction to aromatherapy

  • Part 1: An Introduction to Aromatherapy
  • Part 2: Essential Oil Blends for Common Ailments
  • Part 3: Some Aromatherapy Blends
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Expert Kit

  • Expert Kit

Module 10: Knowledge test

  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 4 - Sewing

Module 1 – Sewing Machine Basics & Your Sewing Station

  • Part 1: Sewing Machine Basics
  • Part 2: Basic Sewing Machine Parts
  • Part 3: Hand Drawn Model of A Basic Sewing Machine
  • Part 4: Setting Up a Sewing Station
  • Part 5: Troubleshooting Your Sewing Machine
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Tools of the Trade

  • Part 1: For Sewing
  • Part 2: For Marking and For Cutting
  • Part 3: For Measuring and For Pressing
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Measurements

  • Measurements
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Commercial Patterns

  • Part 1: Many Types of Commercial Patterns
  • Part 2: Cutting Pattern Pieces
  • Part 3: Selvage and Grain
  • Part 4: Interfacing & Lining
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Fabrics

  • Part 1: Fabric Types
  • Part 2: Man-Made Fibres
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Techniques

  • Part 1: Techniques
  • Part 2: Pinning & Cutting your Pattern
  • Part 3: Cutting & Marking Lining
  • Part 4: Ironing Interface & Lining
  • Part 5: Attaching Lining to Material
  • Part 6: Stitching Pivot Points
  • Part 7: Top Stitching Panels
  • Part 8: Joining Seams
  • Part 9: Attaching Belt Loops
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Basic Hand and Sewing Machine Stitches

  • Part 1: Hand Stitches
  • Part 2: Creating Back Stitches
  • Part 3: Sewing Machine Stitch
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Advanced Sewing Techniques

  • Part 1: How to Sew Curves
  • Part 2: Pleats
  • Part 3: Sewing Machine Buttonholes
  • Part 4: How to Sew on a Snap
  • Part 5: Sewing a Zip into a Cushion
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Simple Sketching and Pattern Making

  • Simple Sketching and Pattern Making
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Decorative Pillow

  • Making a Basic Pillowcase
  • Decorative Pillow

Module 11 – Patchwork Placemat

  • Patchwork Placemat

Module 12 – Patchwork Table Runner

  • Patchwork Table Runner

Module 13 – Headband

  • Headband

Module 14 – Fashion Neck Scarf

  • Fashion Neck Scarf

Module 15 – Pouch

  • Pouch

Module 16 - Pin Cushion

  • Pin Cushion

Module 17 – Infinity Scarf

  • Infinity Scarf

Module 18 – Starting a Sewing Business

  • Part 1: Finding Your Sewing Niche
  • Part 2: Name Your Business
  • Module 18 Assessment

Course 5 - Crochet

Module 1: Materials

  • Part 1: Hooks
  • Part 1.1: Hook Roll Kit
  • Part 2: Yarns
  • Part 3: Notions
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Basics I

  • Part 1: Holding the Hook and Yarn
  • Part 2: The Double Crochet
  • Part 2.1: Second Row Double Stitch
  • Part 2.2: Last 2 stitches in a row
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basics II

  • Part 1: Connect the Dots
  • Part 2: Increasing
  • Part 3: Creating the Shell Stitch
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Beyond the Basics

  • Part 1: Joining Yarns
  • Part 2: Basic Gathered Stitches
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Working With Patterns

  • Part 1: Working With Patterns
  • Part 2: Charts/Diagrams
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Care and Finishing

  • Part 1: Care and Finishing
  • Part 2: Seaming
  • Part 3: Weaving In Ends
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Advanced Techniques

  • Part 1: Advanced Techniques
  • Part 2: Open Stitches
  • Part 2.1: Completing a Granny Square
  • Part 3: Other Techniques
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Intro to Design

  • Part 1: Intro to Design
  • Part 2: Sizing
  • Part 3: Shaping
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Scarves and Shawls

  • Part 1: Scarves and Shawls
  • Part 2: Designing a Scarf or Shawl
  • Part 3: A Grey Day
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Afghans

  • Part 1: Throw Backs
  • Part 2: Yarns, Yarn Amounts, and Tension
  • Part 3: Sounds of Summer
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Toys and Amigurumi

  • Part 1: Play Time!
  • Part 2: Yarns, Yarn Amounts, and Tension
  • Part 3: Percy Postbox
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Bags

  • Part 1: It’s in the Bag
  • Part 2: Designing a Bag
  • Part 3: Lazy Daisy
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Jumpers

  • Part 1: Jumpers
  • Part 2: Yarns, Yarn Amounts, and Tension
  • Part 3: Easy Drop Shoulder Jumper Recipe
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: First Steps

  • Part 1: First Steps
  • Part 2: Discover Your Target Market
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Venues and Advertising

  • Part 1: Venues
  • Part 2: Advertising
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16. Finances and Budgeting

  • Part 1: Finances and Budgeting
  • Part 2: Financing
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Business Plans

  • Part 1: Business Plans
  • Part 2: The Giving Spirit
  • Module 17 Assessment

Course 6 - Essential Oils Business

Module 1: All About Essential Oils

  • Part 1: What Are Essential Oils?
  • Part 2: Where Do These Essential Oils Come from?
  • Part 3: History of Essential Oils
  • Part 4: Variety of Essential Oils Available Today
  • Frankincense Oil
  • Lavender Oil
  • Lemon Oil
  • Melaleuca or Tea Tree Oil
  • Peppermint Oil
  • Wild Orange Oil
  • Breathe® Oil Blend
  • Deep Blue® Oil Blend
  • DigestZen® Oil Blend
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Facts and Uses of Essential Oils

  • Part 1: Using essential Oils
  • Part 2: Facts You Must Know About Essential Oils
  • Part 3: Healing Properties of Essential Oils
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: How to Make an Essential Oil?

  • Part 1: How to Make an Essential Oil?
  • Part 2: Solvent Extraction Method
  • Part 3: Steam Distillation Method
  • Part 4: Expression Method
  • Part 5: Some Recipes Using Essential Oils
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Learning About Essential Oils
  • Part 2: Becoming a Professional
  • Part 3: Turning Your Knowledge into a Business
  • Part 4: Treatment room
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Basics of an Essential Oils Business

  • Part 1: Basics of an Essential Oils Business
  • Part 2: Most Popular Essential Oils Include
  • Part 3: Things to Note
  • Part 4: Start Your Own Business
  • Part 5: Essential Oils Business
  • Part 6: Importance of Promotion and Advertising
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Knowing Your Customers’ Needs

  • Part 1: Customers Matter
  • Part 2: What Customers Want
  • Part 3: Know Your Customers
  • Part 4: Responses and Reactions of Customers
  • Part 5: Feedback Forms: Creation & Evaluation
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Being Organised is Key

  • Part 1: The Importance of Being Organised
  • Part 2: Promote Efficiency
  • Part 3: What to Do When You Are Not Organised
  • Part 4: Aspects of Being Organised
  • Part 5: So how should we get organised?
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 7 - Candle Making Business

Module 1: Candle Making

  • Part 1: Basic Methods
  • Part 2: Wax 101
  • Part 3: Beeswax
  • Part 4: Paraffin
  • Part 5: The Wicks
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Safety First

  • Part 1: Precautions
  • Part 2: Workplace
  • Part 3: Dressing the Part
  • Part 4: Equipment
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Handmade Candles

  • Part 1: Rolling a Candle
  • Part 2: Pouring the Candles
  • Part 3: Making Wax Sheets
  • Part 4: Making Shapes
  • Part 5: Additives
  • Part 6: Container Candles
  • Part 7: Experimenting with Colour
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Moulded Candles

  • Part 1: What are They?
  • Part 2: Moulds
  • Part 3: Automatic Wicking
  • Part 4: Two-piece Mould Making
  • Part 5: Plaster Bandage Moulds
  • Part 6: Shapes and Colours
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Dipped Candles

  • Part 1: Dipping the Wick
  • Part 2: The Candles
  • Part 3: How to Dip
  • Part 4: Candle Burning
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Other Candles

  • Part 1: Types of Candles
  • Part 2: Birthday Candles
  • Part 3: Hand-moulded Candles
  • Part 4: Danish Tapers
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Decorating

  • Part 1: Stencils
  • Part 2: Candle Painting
  • Part 3: Carved Candles
  • Part 4: Novelty Candles
  • Part 5: Textured Candles
  • Part 6: Pressed Flowers and Grasses
  • Part 7: Waxing Real Flowers
  • Part 8: Centrepieces
  • Part 9: Candle Holders
  • Part 10: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Setting Up Your Business

  • Part 1: Where to Work
  • Part 2: Where to Source Materials
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Marketing

  • Part 1: Marketing Your Business
  • Part 2: Promotional Tools
  • Part 3: Social Media
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 8 - Floristry

Module 1: Floristry

  • Part 1: Introduction to Floristry
  • Part 2: Benefits of a Career in Floristry
  • Part 3: Knowledge
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Floral Arrangements

  • Part 1: Creating Floral Arrangements
  • Part 2: Maintaining Flowers
  • Part 3: Flowers, Greens and Plants
  • Part 4: Plants You Should Know
  • Part 5: Colour and Design
  • Part 6: Arrangements
  • Part 7: Container Arrangements
  • Part 8: Corsages and Boutonnieres
  • Video: Making a buttonhole
  • Part 9: Basket Gardens
  • Part 10: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Weddings

  • Part 1: Wedding Flowers
  • Part 2: Making Arrangements
  • Part 3: Meeting with Clients
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Your Own Shop

  • Part 1: Starting Your Own Shop
  • Part 2: Buying an Established Shop
  • Part 3: Opening a New Shop
  • Part 4: Getting Started
  • Part 5: Name and Logo
  • Part 6: Types of Delivery Services
  • Part 7: Essential Equipment
  • Part 8: Layout and Maintenance
  • Part 9: Wholesalers and Suppliers
  • Part 10: Choosing Materials
  • Part 11: Advance and Standing Orders
  • Part 12: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Customers

  • Part 1: Getting Customers
  • Part 2: Keeping Customers
  • Part 3: Walk-in Customers
  • Part 4: Phone Customers
  • Part 5: Online Customers
  • Part 6: Corporate Flowers
  • Part 7: Hotels and Restaurants
  • Part 8: Flowers in Government Offices
  • Part 9: Flowers in Hospitals
  • Part 10: Funeral Homes
  • Part 11: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Marketing

  • Part 1: Marketing Your Business
  • Part 2: Advertising
  • Part 3: Promotional Tools
  • Part 4: Trade Shows and Events
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 9 - Organic Gardening

Module 1 - Going Organic

  • Part 1: Going Organic
  • Part 2: Benefits of Organic Gardening
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Planning Your Organic Garden

  • Part 1: Choosing the site
  • Part 2: Deciding on the size of your organic garden
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Soil

  • Part 1: Testing your soil
  • Part 2: Making your soil better using organic matter
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Preparing a Bed

  • Part 1: Preparing a Bed
  • Part 2: Sowing Seeds
  • Part 3: Buying plants
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Plants to Choose for your Organic Garden

  • Part 1: Vegetables
  • Part 2: Herbs
  • Part 3: Berries
  • Part 4: Fruits
  • Part 5: Nuts
  • Part 6: Landscape
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Weed Control

  • Part 1: What are weeds and why are they a problem?
  • Part 2: Methods to get rid of weeds
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Battling with Pests

  • Part 1: Common Garden Pests
  • Part 2: Preventive Measures
  • Part 3: Controlling Pests Naturally
  • Part 4: Using Pesticides
  • Part 5: Beneficial Insects
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Other threats to your organic garden

  • Part 1: Plant Diseases and their Solutions
  • Part 2: Prevention of diseases
  • Part 3: Common diseases and the products to control them
  • Part 4: Sneaky Animals
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Watering

  • Part 1: Frequency
  • Part 2: Types of equipment
  • Part 3: Tools needed for maintenance
  • Part 4: Your gardening routine
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Homemade Goodness

  • Part 1: Fertiliser Recipes
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 - Maintaining your organic garden

  • Part 1: Throughout the year
  • Part 2: Summary

Course 10 - Cake Making Business

Module 1: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Registering, Licences and Insurance
  • Part 2: Deciding on a Business Structure
  • Part 3: Choosing a Name for Your Cake Making Business
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Setting Up

  • Part 1: Workspace and Equipment
  • Part 2: Managing Your Money
  • Part 3: Developing a Website
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Finding Your Niche

  • Part 1: How to Find Your Niche
  • Part 2: Designing a Product Line
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Preparing for Market

  • Part 1: Pricing Your Products
  • Part 2: Developing a Marketing Plan
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Nurturing Clients

  • Part 1: How to Find Customers
  • Part 2: Online Ways to Attract Clients
  • Part 3: Selling at Markets and Fairs
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Recipes

  • Part 1: Basic Recipes
  • Part 1.1: Making Chocolate Sponge
  • Part 1.2: Making Buttercream
  • Part 2: Advanced Recipes
  • Part 3: Decorating Your Cake
  • Part 3.1: Decorating a Two-Tier Cake
  • Part 3.2: Creating a Decorative Bowl

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