Love to be behind the camera? Develop your talents and capture vital know-how with a Photography course from Mid Cheshire College. Apply now and see where it takes you.
You’ll be learning in the College’s new £7.5m Centre for Creative Arts and Sports, making use of professional standard photographic studios, dark rooms and imaging suites.
You’ll learn the essentials of great photography and work with digital and analogue technology to bring your expertise to life. From shooting clothing ranges in collaboration with the Fashion department to exhibiting product photography, you’ll have ample opportunities to get a taste for the role of a professional photographer.
Combining theory and critical work with lots of hands-on projects, you’ll build a breadth of technical knowledge and a portfolio of your own photographic work to take with you into further study or a career in photography.
Potential Photography careers include:
Corporate photographer, wedding photographer, fashion photographer, photojournalist, sports photographer.
Want to get paid to earn a degree-level qualification? You can at Mid Cheshire College thanks to our new Higher Apprenticeship courses.
You’ll work towards a nationally recognised qualification demonstrating your understanding and expertise in your chosen industry. You’ll combine assessment work with vital real-life experience, putting your knowledge into action at work.
You’ll follow a bespoke learning plan, created collaboratively by your employer and Mid Cheshire College, and designed to give you the most relevant teaching and training for your chosen industry.
You’ll complete the apprenticeship with a National Vocational Qualification (QCF) equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree, as well as a portfolio of completed work, a Technical Certificate, and proven on-the-job experience.
Entry requirements for Higher Apprenticeships are flexible, as apprentices will come from a range of education and employment backgrounds. If you’d like to discuss Higher Apprenticeships, get in touch with one of our advisors.