Part time Photography NCFE Level 2 Certificate

In Tonbridge

£ 250 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Location

    Tonbridge

Description

This course will concentrate on digital still photography. Learning is enabled through a mix of presentations, demonstrations, practicals, self study and sharing within the group. You will develop camera and computer skills to produce a portfolio of work on one or more of the following topics: Action and movement Close up Digital manipulation Landscape Natural History Portrait Social.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Tonbridge (Kent)
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Brook Street, TN9 2PW

Starts

On request

To take into account

Formal qualifications are not required, however familiarity and with basic camera settings and controls is needed. If you are unsure, please ask about the Level 1 Photography option.

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Course programme



Photography NCFE Level 2 Certificate
This course will concentrate on digital still photography. Learning is enabled through a mix of presentations, demonstrations, practicals, self study and sharing within the group. You will develop camera and computer skills to produce a portfolio of work on one or more of the following topics:

  • Action and movement
  • Close up
  • Digital manipulation
  • Landscape
  • Natural History
  • Portrait
  • Social Documentary
  • Still Life
  • The qualification aims to:

    • Extend and further develop learners knowledge of photography and understanding of photographic processes
    • Provide an opportunity for personal development
    • Provide a basis for progression onto further study

    The objectives of this qualification are to enable learners to:

    • Use photographic equipment, tools, and materials safely and competently
    • Develop analytical and research skills
    • Evaluate own work, develop ideas and learning
    • Provide evidence of key skills attainment where appropriate
    • . The course is aimed at young persons 16+ and adults who have a keen interest in photography and are prepared to learn the subject in a structured manner leading to the Level 2 qualification.

      Course Content:
      The course consists of the following: Unit 1 Select, prepare and use camera equipment.
    • Explore techniques, materials and resources to produce a series of images for the selected area of photography
    • Select a range of the above and give reasons for choices
    • Develop photographic skills to make effective use of materials, techniques and resources
    • Follow health and safety procedures

    Unit 2 Develop and adapt photographic ideas creatively

    • Discuss a range of ideasProduce test shots
    • Adapt ideas
    • . Use feedback and evaluation of own work to develop chosen ideas creatively.
    • Plan and prepare for production of final photographic images

    Unit 3 Produce and evaluate a range of photographic images

    • Produce and present final images for inclusion in photographic portfolio
    • Evaluate final work and the developmental process



    Awarding body:
    Northern Council for Further Education


    Entry Requirements:
    Formal qualifications are not required, however familiarity and with basic camera settings and controls is needed. If you are unsure, please ask about the Level 1 Photography option.

    Entry Process:
    Applicants are required to complete a part time application form which can be downloaded from the college website. You will be required to have a telephone or personal interview to discuss your photographic experience and determine the best level of course for you to do.

    Assessment:
    Assessment is continuous through the course, based on a range of evidence that you will produce to demonstrate you have achieved the course criteria. Normally this will be in the form of research notes and cuttings; contact sheets of your images; verbal discussions; displays or presentations of ideas and images; annotated images and a presentation of a minimum of 12 final printed images (minimum size 6 x 8 inches / 152 x 203mm)

    Progression Routes:
    Students may wish to progress onto AS Photography or the BTEC National Diploma in Photography.

    Fees

    Year : Description : Under 19 : Over 19 & on benefits : Over 19 : Overseas
    09/10 : Tuition : £0.00 : £0.00 : £250.00 : £900.00
    09/10 : Material : £10.00 : £10.00 : £10.00 : £10.00
    09/10 : Exams : £0.00 : £0.00 : £55.00 : £55.00
    09/10 : Trips : £0.00 : £0.00 : £0.00 : £0.00
    09/10 : Kit : £0.00 : £0.00 : £0.00 : £0.00
    Fees subject to change please enquire on application. For courses lasting more than one year, please note that the fees given above are for the first year only. Similar fees will be due for each subsequent year of the course and will be subject to an inflationary increase on the first year fees.

    Sessions

    Year : Full or Part-time : Level : Start date : End date : Day : Start time : End time
    09/10 : PT : Further Education : 22/9/2009 : 18/5/2010 : Tuesday : 18:00 : 21:00

    Part time Photography NCFE Level 2 Certificate

    £ 250 + VAT