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Guidelines on the Implementation of the Philippine TVET Qualification and Certification System (PTQCS) ”. TR-JEWELRY MAKING (Fine Jewelry) NC II Promulgated: Nov. 25, 2010 69
Perform hair bleaching TR-JEWELRY MAKING (Fine Jewelry) NC II Date Promulgated: Nov. 2010 70 COMPETENCY MAP DECORATIVE CRAFTS SECTOR JEWELRY MAKING (Fine Jewelry) NC II Observe procedures, specifications and manuals of instructions Manage own performance Perform mensurations and calculations COMMON COMPETENCIES Apply quality standards Demonstrate work values Practice housekeeping procedures Participate in workplace communication Work in team environment Practice career professionalism Work with others Develop and practice negotiation skills Use mathematical concepts and techniques Use relevant technologies Solve problems related to work activities Receive and respond to workplace communication Develop teams and individuals Utilize specialized communication skills Practice occupational health and safety procedures Lead workplace communication Collect, analyze and organize information Plan and organize work Apply problem- solving techniques in the workplace Lead small teams Promote environmental protection BASIC COMPETENCIES CORE COMPETENCIES Fabricate multi-parts jewelry Fabricate complex and intricately designed jewelry Perform stone setting activities Perform jewelry metal casting Perform jewelry wax metal Perform rubber mold making Fabricate basic jewelry components Polish jewelry Plate jewelry Engrave jewelry Apply first-aid treatment
GLOSSARY OF TERMS Alloy Combination of homogenized metals. Base metal mixed with precious ore to make it workable, harden it, or change its color Annealing metal Is a heat process whereby a metal is heated to a specific temperature/color and then allowed to cool slowly. This softens the metal which means it can be cut and shaped more easily. Antiquing Process of darkening recessed areas of to enhance the visibility of engraving Assay Process of establishing purity of gold, silver and other alloys Bail Connector at the top of a pendant. Enables pendant to hang from a chain or jumpring. Basse-taille (bass-tie) Technique of applying glass enamel to a metal surface that has been engraved deeply enough to hold the enamel when heated and has sides high enough to keep the enamel colors separate. Bezel setting The oldest and most basic gemstone setting, derived from the French word “Biseau” meaning chamfered. A collar style setting for a gemstone that offers more protection of softer or delicate minerals such as opal. Carre Setting Is where the stone is seated directly over a light well, and the stone is set by raising (hammering) four “spurs” with a “graver” tool. Carat Carat is a number from 1 to 24 that designates the percentage of pure gold in a sample of gold alloy. 24 carat represents pure gold.

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