Course Teachers

Adam Miller started his career in photography before training in 3D applications and game development software, including Unreal 3 and 4, Blender and 3DS Max. With more than 12 years of teaching experience in colleges across the country and delivering youth workshops in video and editing in London, Adam has spent the last 6 years working closely with students at Gateway College to develop and push innovation in Games Development and Animation courses. We are dedicated to supporting individuals with new emerging technological advances in motion capture and VR development

Trained as an illustrator, David Hallows initially worked in London through a wide variety of publishing houses. With over 10 years teaching experience in FE and HE across many disciplines in the visual arts, he has been transferring his knowledge into animation through Maya, Dragonframe and TVPaint.

Progression routes

Knowing they have the sought after skills and knowledge this dynamic industry demands, students on successful completion of the Next Gen Extended Diploma, complete with a strong portfolio and personal development will provide confident progression into a higher apprenticeship, gain employment or achieve a relevant university course offer.

Course cost

The NextGen Level 3 Extended Diploma in Games, Animation & VFX Skills is fully funded for 16 - 18 year old students, and for students aged 19-23 who don't already have a full Level 3 qualification.

Course duration

2 years, full-time.

 

 

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