Certificate in Photography

According to Zion market research, the global digital photography market was valued at US$77.66 in 2015 and anticipates a 6.1-percent growth rate between 2016 and 2021.

ADMI’s Foundation Certificate in Photography prepares you for the creative, conceptual and technical demands of a career as a photographer or multimedia practitioner. Using our state-of-the-art cameras, you will learn to light, shoot, edit and print photos. The course also exposes you to various genres of photography and teaches you to tell stories using photography.


COURSE SCHEDULE: Students will receive up to 120 Hours of Classroom theoretical and hands-on practical instruction. 6 hours per week for 20 weeks. Another 4 weeks will be given for student to produce a final project.


Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Photography course, you will be able to:

  • Operate industry-standard cameras in order to capture still and motion-based images
  • Apply effective lighting techniques in natural, artificial and mixed lighting
  • Use Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop to edit and enhance images
  • Apply appropriate techniques for different genres of photography, including portraiture, documentary, and commercial


AIM has invested heavily in the photography department that includes three computer labs with Macs and PCs, latest models of digital cameras that are the most popular with photographers in the market.

We understand your love for certain brands so we have tried to accommodate both Canon and Nikon DSLR lover with popular models.

We also have a portable studio, reflectors and enough lights for any location shoot.

In our inventory we have some of the most popular cameras like:

  • Nikon D810 – Full-frame sensor
  • Canon MK3 – Full-frame sensor
  • Various Nikon cropped sensor cameras
  • Various canon cropped sensor cameras

AIM has also invested in industry standard software:

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Gimp


A photographer takes captions, processes and prints photographs. A photographer will make money from the display, sale or use of these photographs. For example, a news photographer or photojournalist can have an art exhibition on various human conflicts that he’s covered. A commercial photographer will take images of a product that will accompany the marketing material. Photographers work within strict production timelines.

There exist numerous employment opportunities in a number of industries, including advertising, publishing, sports, news, education, film, news and media houses

From working for an advertising agency to setting up your own studio, the diploma in photography opens the door to a wide range of creative careers.

As a graduate from this program, you can dive into well-paying jobs such as:

  • Portrait photography
  • News photography aka as photojournalism
  • Commercial photography
  • Scientific photography
  • Magazine feature editing
  • Television camera operations



Applicant Must have the WASSCE/SSSCE certificate or working experience for not less than one year.Applicant must have a proof of their working experience.

Computer Knowledge

Basic computer proficiency is required. Attach certificates to your application.


Each course has its own specific requirements. Please enquire from the administration what requirements apply to the course of your choice.