Join us in Toronto for our interactive and hands on photography courses. Learn to capture the moments that are special in your life!
Courses offered in Toronto
If you are looking for a truly unique experience that brings out the best in every one of our students, we encourage you to try out one of our photography courses. Our hands-on, practical learning style is supported by science as one of the most effective ways to learn a new skill (Check out some of the resources we have used to design our courses here).
Digital I Photography Course Date Options
Time: 10am – 4pm on just one day
Location: Union Station (all-year)
|Sun. Feb 9 – CLOSED
Sat. Feb 22 – CLOSED
|Sun. Mar 1 – CLOSED
Sat. Mar 14
Sun. Mar 29
|Sat. Apr 4
Sun. Apr 19
|Sat. May 2
Sun. May 17
|Sat. Jun 6
Sun. Jun 14
Sat. Jun 27
|Sun. Jul 5
Sat. Jul 18
Thu. Jul 23
|Sat. Aug 1
Sun. Aug 9
Sat. Aug 22
|Sun. Sep 6
Sat. Sep 12
|Sun. Oct 4
Sat. Oct 17
Sun. Oct 25
|Sat. Nov 7
Sun. Nov 22
|Sat. Dec 5
Sat. Dec 12
Some of our amazing locations
We take great pride in holding our courses in amazing locations around the city. Here are just a few - with more to follow soon!
Allan Gardens Conservatory
Courses held here: Digital I - Winter
Courses held here: Digital II - Winter
Where do we get our unique style from?
From research! We have carefully designed our courses to provide the best and most effective learning to all of our students - and we've done this by looking at the best research regarding teaching methods. Want to read where we got some of our ideas from? Check out our favourite resources below.
Here are just a few of our favourite resources regarding teaching theory:
- Deans for Impact (2015). The Science of Learning. Austin, TX: Deans for Impact,
- Principles of Instruction (2010), Barak Rosenshine, International Academy of Education, American Educator,
- Cognitive Load Theory: Research that teachers really need to understand (2017), NSW Centre for Education Statistics & Evaluation,
- Putting Students on the Path to Learning, A Case for Fully Guided Instruction (2012), Richard E. Clark, Paul A. Kirschner & John Sweller, American Educator).