You'll cover things like:
- sourcing and acquiring images
- processing exposed films
- facilitating and managing trainees
- producing scanned images
- undertaking colour management procedures
- developing a business website.
To gain a NVQ Diploma, you need to show you've a particular set of skills. You need to work with your training provider to review your current skills and find the best way to gain new ones - perhaps by trying new things at work or by studying. If you are not in a suitable work placement, your training provider will need to arrange a work placement.
Assessment will be via a portfolio of evidence including a number of different methods such as observation by an assessor whilst carrying out the job, documentary evidence, witness testimonies from people working in the industry, case studies authenticated by an assessor and professional discussion.
Which level is right for me?
You have some knowledge and basic skills in the photo imaging industry - probably from a role where you work under supervision. You want to show you have the skills to do your job well, perhaps to increase your employability or to prepare for additional training.
You've worked in the photo imaging industry for some time and your work might involve supervising others or managing resources. You want to show you have the skills to do your job well, perhaps as part of your professional development or to prepare for additional training.
You work in a high-level role such as senior photographer, independent freelancer or the manager of own your own photo imaging business. You want to show you have the skills to do your job well, perhaps as part of your professional development or to prepare for additional training.