Photography Training for Teachers
Photography ‘A’ Level and GCSE are increasingly popular, and we’re often asked to help art teachers and others to give them the skills to keep them ahead of the students.
We have taught photography at several state and independent schools (including the prestigious Malvern College). We can teach you what you need to know at your location or here in Malvern, which class exercises work and pitfalls to avoid. We can help with both film and digital photography courses.
We can help with the practicalities of producing excellent workbooks, help with planning a scheme of work, how to keep on top of students’ workbooks, helpful handouts, suggested photographers for research, how to link their work with other endorsements and so on.
We can suggest ways to present exam pieces. We can also come up with a ‘wish’ list of gear to get Photography ‘A’ Level off the ground, with approximate costs.
Prices for Photography Training for Teachers:
£277 – West Coast
Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire Worcestershire
£367 – Central England & Wales
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Powys, Rutland
£467 – Greater England & Wales
Cambridgeshire, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Lancashire, London, Surrey, South Yorkshire, Wales (except Powys)
£567 – Extreme England & Scotland
Cornwall, Cumbria, Durham, Essex, Kent, Norfolk, Northumberland, Scotland, Sussex, North Yorkshire
These prices are for up to two people. Extra people can be included for £50 each.
As the tuition needed will likely will vary from teacher to teacher, please email us or phone us on 0800 043 2302 to discuss your particular requirements. We’re very flexible.
- As a Teacher myself I congratulate you for the way you delivered the course, both theory and practical. And the sun shone all day! Thanks again.
Dave, Sheffield Park 2011
- “Thank you very much for the course which I really enjoyed. My art teacher was very impressed with what I told her!”
Natalie, Severn Valley Railway with iced points, 2010