Photography Perspectives Online Course

Who is the course designed for?

This course is suitable for learners aged 14 years and above. Designed for a wide range of students, the learning is of value to those wishing to gain an understanding of photographic techniques, the creative process and the photo imaging sector. Students will have opportunity to gain photographic knowledge and skills supporting their progress onto further qualifications, employment or self-employment and will develop a portfolio of their own photographs.

How is the course planned and assessed?

This assured course is studied across two years and involves 120 hours of guided learning time. Successful completion of all units leads to the award of a course certificate and digital credential, endorsed by the City and Guilds Examination Board. Those completing less than the full course will be eligible for InterHigh Unit Certification for each unit of work that is completed.

Assessment is entirely through coursework and is made on a Pass/Fail basis.

Indicative Content

  • Photography: equipment, techniques and materials
  • Photography: the creative process
  • Photography: a history of the photographic industry
  • Preparation and presentation of a personal photographic portfolio

Essential Equipment

  • Smartphone/Digital Camera


Photography Perspectives


Self accredited qualification

Exam board:

No exams


2 years

Delivery method:

Online, real-time classrooms, 24/7 access to curriculum

Start date:


Course fee:

Pupils can choose assured subjects including Photography Perspectives for an added fee per subject. View Fees.

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We have several fee packages and options, with differing levels of commitment to suit most circumstances. In most cases parents have the option to pay in instalments, spreading the cost of the investment.

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