Policy and Procedure Manual (PDF 586KB)
All policies and procedures at the Centre for Creative Photography are kept for student reference in the front office for their perusal at anytime. Any copies are welcome to be made by students however the standard per-page photocopy fee will apply.
We are in the process of copying policy information under the following headings, to make it easier for you to find. In the meantime you will still find all policy information via the above "Policy and Procedure Manual" PDF link. Please contact us with any queries at all, and we will be happy to assist.
Digital Suite, Darkroom & Studio Policy
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Student Records Policy
CCP Trainer & Assessor Policies
Equal Opportunity / Harassment / Sexual Harassment / General Policies
Workplace Health, Safety and Welfare Policies
Student Industry Experience Policies
Department of Education, Employment & Workplace Relations (DEEWR) Standard Code of Practice
Student Academic Counselling
At the end of each term, individual students will be counselled by their instructor or the head of the school (or their representative) in order to best establish their direction within their choice of photographic discipline.
A student may prefer to make an appointment with the Head of the School if preferred but students are encouraged to approach their unit lecturer in the first instance if at all possible.
If a topic or assignment arises which might be perceived to be in any way contentious and to potentially offend the moral, religious or cultural values of any student, the class will be given notice of it.
Students will be informed that they may negotiate a more acceptable but not less rigorous topic or assignment with the lecturer and the method by which the topic will be covered if the lectures cannot be attended by the student/s.
The CCP is a private educational institution devoted to promoting the highest level of creative photographic practice. It is committed to helping people explore their career options and to mastering their craft, while developing their artistic talents in search of their career regardless of a person’s sex, sexuality, marital status, race, physical disability, age or Intellectual ability.