Apply for Photography, BTEC Level 3 90 Credit Diploma ...
The Level 3 90 Credit Diploma Photography is a practical vocational one year course of study. It aims to provide students with the opportunity to build and develop skills in photography, create a varied portfolio of quality work and acquire a body of transferable skills to successfully prepare them for Higher Education and/or employment.
This course comprises 9 units. Students are given the opportunity to study a wide range of photographic genres such as studio, location, fashion, portraiture, conceptual, commercial, fine art and experimental whilst gaining an understanding of all technical aspects of photography. Students will also study in our fully equipped darkrooms and complete an exploration into film photography.
Work experience is a welcomed aspect to the course and due to our excellent industry links our students have accessed a range of work experience including a range of event photography, fashion, charity, commercial and a substantial amount of music events such as Sound City, Smithdown Road Festival, and music venues across the city.
Educational visits are a popular addition to our curriculum and, along with regular local location photography excursions, students have enjoyed photography workshops in Paris, London, Manchester and Dublin.
Our students benefit from:
– Industry specialised lecturers.
– Industry focused assignment briefs.
– Use of fully equipped darkrooms, studios and Mac suites.
– A varied range of relevant, contemporary work experience.
– Ongoing feedback from tutors throughout the course.
– Guest Lectures from respected freelancers within the photography, design and art industries.
– A city centre location.
Please see the Instagram account for examples of current and former students work: photography_colc
“I first wanted to study with the college in my gap year because the course seemed extremely beneficial in terms of giving me the skills I needed to progress to university. However, after studying here on the Level 3 90 Credit Diploma course I’ve decided to progress onto the HNC course as it meets all my needs for a HE course.”
Mollie Dignan (L3 90 Credit Diploma student who is progressing onto HNC Photography in September 2018.)Apply for this Career Course »