Online College Of Art & Design
Payment Plan Level 3 Photography Diploma - Ofqual Code 601/0377/2
I Agree To Pay The Full Course Fee By The End Of The Payment Plan Term
- Entry Requirements: 14 years or older. No formal qualifications required. A keen interest in photography and a strong desire to succeed is expected.
- Part-time programs are available all year around - enrolling now
- Full-time programs are available each September - Limited places so apply now to avoid disappointment
- Requirements: Broadband connection / basic art materials
- Accreditation: NCFE
- OFQUAL Regulated: Yes (Ofqual number 610/0377/2)
- Progression: Foundation Diploma in Photography (You can choose your specialism, Journalism, fashion, landscape, studio, products much more..)
- UCAS application supported: Yes = this qualification carries 48 UCAS points
- Portfolio support: Yes
- Tuition: Face to face, one to one - unlimited
Level 3 Diploma In Photography - (Fully Accredited Ofqual Code. 610/0377/2) Get Qualified! - ENROLLING NOW!
How It Works
Students receive access to our online college site where they can access and work through their course. Lessons/tasks are listed along with supporting resources, videos for skills development, step by step tutorials etc. Photographs of students' completed work are uploaded to their college e-portfolio for marking and written feedback on how to progress. Additionally, students are invited to discuss with an experienced and qualified personal tutor their progress and receive verbal feedback, encouragement and support. Students may also benefit from relationships with their fellow online students as they can view profiles and comment on each others' artwork if they wish.
Formative as courses progress and summative at the end of units and the course. Your Final Major Project will be assessed externally by the exam board and this will decide your final grade. You will be kept informed every step of the way on how to improve your work.
Structure Of The Course
You will be supported through the following units:
- Use Camera Techniques To Creatively Control Visual Outcomes
- Print and Present a Portfolio of Photographs
- Plan and Complete a Photographic Project
- Safety in the Workplace for Photography
- Awareness of Employment in the Creative Media Sector
Image Processing, Manipulation and Storage
The History of Photography
Image Documentation and Storage
Experimental Photographic Imaging
You will develop a range of practical skills with regard to identifying key features and functionality of the camera, appropriate accessories for a particular genre of photographic application, working to a project brief and professional presentation of your portfolio.
Your personal tutor will also help you identify progression opportunities as they will get to know you and your work very well.