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An Exploration of Metalcraft Jewelry from a New Model of the Development of Skills and Vocational Education in Taiwan
The author has been engaged in fine jewelry industry over 30 years, when the author was young who learned various metalworking skills through a long period of the time of apprenticeship training, and the author had taken some professional jewelry courses in many states of the U.S. In 1993, the author start-upped own business and established Dong Long Ju diamond group. The author believed that “Every step leaves its print; work steadily and make solid progresses.” That’s who the author started from being a jewelry sale man, went to various places in Taiwan, the author also built up own brand and provided OEM/ODM services as an important step for conducting enterprise transition. The startup story of Dong Long Ju Jewelry was accompanied by the history of jewelry development in Taiwan. It was found that Taiwan’s main difficulties and challenges in conserving Taiwan jewelry crafts because of lack of provision of training people develop relevant professional skills. This research is to discover and disclose the issues by the methods of interviews and paper review. The first chapter is the introduction including research background, research motivation and the purpose. The second chapter: introduces the definition of jewelry, the operation and management of jewelry and the Vocational Education of jewelry. The third chapter: uses the research with paper review and qualitative interview methods to study the issue in depth. The forth chapter: from the research methods, we found that Taiwanese jewelries have problems in conserving jewelry crafts. People don’t value vocational education in Taiwan which gives rise to the brain drain. The fifth chapter: The conclusion. Combine all the above literatures and interview reports. The author hopes that through the new model of Academia and Industry Collaboration for youngsters of our country will be good training for metalworking. In addition, having metal crafts competition can stimulate students’ interest in metalcraft, to keep the Talents in Taiwan.
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