Smartphone Photography Tip Of The Day #005

LOOK FOR THE DETAILS Following on from the last tip on getting closer Look for the details in your subject Show the textures and patterns that are revealed on a close inspection   Can’t wait for more tips to improve your smartphone photography? Click the image below and we’ll give you a free copy ofContinue reading “Smartphone Photography Tip Of The Day #005”

Smartphone Photography Tip Of The Day #004

GET CLOSER FOR PORTRAITS “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough” That’s Robert Capa, iconic war photographer and founder of the Magnum picture agency speaking When you’re shooting people, take a step closer. Enter the scene, make a connection with your subject and be part of the story, not just an observerContinue reading “Smartphone Photography Tip Of The Day #004”

Live workshops, what are the benefits?

Live workshops, what are the benefits? With so much online training available are we missing out on the benefits of attending a live workshop? Online learning offers the promise of learning at your own pace, in your own time, but that doesn’t always hold true if we’re distracted or can’t clear the time for study.Continue reading “Live workshops, what are the benefits?”

Smartphone Photography Tip Of The Day #003

ZOOM WITH YOUR FEET You want to make your subject bigger in the frame? Don’t be tempted to zoom in on your screen Take a step closer, “Zoom with your Feet” When you use digital zoom you’re just enlarging a small portion of the sensor and any flaws are magnified When you fill the frameContinue reading “Smartphone Photography Tip Of The Day #003”

Smartphone Photography Tip Of The Day #002

THE RULE OF THIRDS: Why does it work? Classical architecture is designed using the proportions of the golden section The Parthenon in Athens being the most famous example There’s a natural harmony to these proportions that will please the eye The golden section approximates to thirds, hence the rule of thirds We’ll come back toContinue reading “Smartphone Photography Tip Of The Day #002”

Surge in job vacancies for End Point Assessors 

5 Day Fast Track Assessors course What’s the quickest route to becoming an End Point Assessor? If you have current experience in your field the quickest route to an assessor job is  an AcademyTeam Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) For your CAVA course prospectus    The Academy team 5 Day Fast Track course is accreditedContinue reading “Surge in job vacancies for End Point Assessors “

Shortage of End Point Assessors for the new apprenticeship standards

New statistics from the UK government show a significant shortage of assessors for the new apprenticeships standards. The AcademyTeam Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) gives you the qualification to step into role of End-Point Assessor (click for details) Level 3 Certificate In Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA)

Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes & Practice (IQA)

Our experienced tutors deliver innovative and informative courses that ensure learners are best prepared for their career in teaching, training and assessing. Flexibility allows our team to deliver the courses at your workplace or off site. A motivational blend of classroom-based learning, research, one-to-one support and observations of your professional practice within your workplace. Up-to-date informationContinue reading “Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes & Practice (IQA)”