I am often asked how much homework time is needed to complete a Barrett and Coe Course. Not much and all of it is fun! i.e. taking photographs.
Our method, which has proven itself many times over in the last 10 years is a bit like coaching a sport. If you want to learn tennis, golf, or skiing you go to your coach and he/she demonstrates, and then you attempt to replicate with the coach correcting your mistakes.
You then go away and practice on your own. This is where the real learning takes place. Practicing on your own you quickly find out what you have not remembered.
That is the major drawback with expensive one off seminars. If you bother to go home and practice what you have heard, and you can´t do it, you need to contact the teacher, which in most cases you can’t do.
So, we set you tasks to do; you take photographs and send them in for critique. You get them back and have another go. If you don’t understand the critique, you ring me and I will talk you through on the phone. We will also have a one to one on your next visit.
The results of our unique teaching method ( how we teach is different) are amazing. 90% of our students, with no previous experience, look like they have been doing it for 10 years and are in the top 10% in their area!
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