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Phone: 0800 426 725

Certificate in Digital Photography from Aoraki Polytechnic

Entry requirements

Open Entry but a folio of work will be presented prior to interview.

Common Questions

Subject area:
Photography
Qualification:
Certificate Level 4
Credits gained on completion of this course:
120

What can I learn during this qualification?

Photographic techniques in composition, lighting, portraiture, printing, publishing.Use of software and substantial project work.

What can I expect out of this qualification?

To provide students with a broad base of photographic skills, specialising in digital photography with industry experience.

What jobs can I do with this qualification?

Photographic Developer/Printer, Photographer and Private Teacher/Tutor

Scholarships for this qualification

Maxine Scholarship

Provider:
Maxine van der Velden Trust
Website:
http://www.mounteden.co.nz/about-us/maxine-trust
Value:
Up to $2,000 towards the recipients chosen area of interest.

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Creina Gee Memorial Award

Provider:
The 14+ Dance Scholarship Foundation - Projects Co-ordinator
Website:
http://radnz.kartel.co.nz/events-awards/creina-gee-award.html
Value:
Awarded at the discretion of the 14+ Dance Scholarship Foundation Trustee board.

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Aoraki Polytechnic training provider details

Main Campus Office

Free phone: 0800 426 725    Fax: (03) 684 0809    Email: study@aoraki.ac.nz    Web: http://www.aoraki.ac.nz

Other locations

Timaru

32 Arthur Street
Timaru

Dunedin

360 Cumberland Street
Dunedin

Oamaru

44 Humber Street
Oamaru

Christchurch

SIT, 60 Waterloo Road
Hornby

Ashburton

37 Alford Forest Road
Ashburton

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Source: New Zealand Qualifications Authority (www.nzqa.govt.nz)