Coleg Morgannwg

Part-time Btec Award in Photography: Level 2

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Typology BTEC
Location (Wales)
Duration 1 Year
  • BTEC
  • (Wales)
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

This evening course relates to the Photographic Industry. You will be introduced to using the camera and traditional darkroom techniques and digital imaging. You will be encouraged to work in a variety of styles and respond to the work of others.

Important information

Government funding available

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Parc Nantgarw, CF15 7QX

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On request

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· Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements but an enthusiasm to working creatively with photographic processes would be advantages.

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Course programme

Btec Award in Photography: Level 2Course Outline
This evening course relates to the Photographic Industry. You will be introduced to using the camera and traditional darkroom techniques and digital imaging. You will be encouraged to work in a variety of styles and respond to the work of others.

Entry requirements
There are no formal entry requirements but an enthusiasm to working creatively with photographic processes would be advantages.

What will I study?
To achieve the qualification, you must successfully complete the following two specialist units: Photography Techniques: This unit will enable you to explore the techniques, equipment and materials used in the production of photographs. You will explore both film-based photographic methods and the processes involved in digital photography. Developing your own ideas for photographic work and creating a range of photographic images is essential to pass this unit. Studio Photography: This unit is intended to provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to produce photographic images in a studio. You will need to learn about equipment and lighting techniques and research historical and contemporary influences associated with studio photography. This research is intended to inform and develop your own practical work.

How will I be assessed?
Assessment is mainly practical, with some written assignments. All units are internally assessed and externally moderated with a grade for the qualification awarded.

Career Opportunities & Progression
Students are able to progress onto the level 3 Award. It offers opportunities for you to develop skills that support career and professional development.

Length
1 year

Attendance
Part-time

Campus
Centre for Art & Design Technology: Nantgarw


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