|Qualification||Proficiency Award 3|
|Payment Options||Upfront & Payment Plans|
|Delivery||Online & Correspondence|
The Proficiency Award 3 in Photojournalism is a broad based, practically oriented training course that will develop the essential skills required to work in this field. The student will develop a variety of written and photographic work that can be used as the basis for a professional portfolio.
At the completion of this course you will have a thorough understanding of the craft of photojournalism, improved writing skills, knowledge of the publishing process and the business skills to set yourself up. You will also have an understanding of online publishing and marketing.
This course is made up of 19 modules (1900 hrs total)
PLUS Research Project l
PLUS 100 hours of work experience or industry meetings (100 hrs).
Core Modules: These modules provide foundation knowledge for the Proficiency Award 3 In Photojournalism.
Business Studies BBS101
Editing I (Editing and Proofreading) BWR106
Freelance Writing BWR102
Html (Writing a Website) VIT102
Introduction To Photography BPH100
Photographic Practice BPH101
Photographing People BPH102
Publishing I BWR107
Research Project I BGN102
Digital Photography BPH202
Graphic Design BIT205
Information Security BIT203
Photographic Lighting BPH204
Photographic Technology BPH201
Project Management BBS201
Publishing II BWR202
Photographic Portfolio BPH301
Stream Modules: Studied after the core modules, stream modules cover more specific or niche subjects.
Photojournalism Practice I BPH302
Elective Modules: In addition to the core modules, students study any 3 of the following 11 modules.
Note that each module in the Proficiency Award 3 In Photojournalism is a short course in its own right, and may be studied separately.
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