Certificate III in Screen and Media (Animation & Game Art)

Jobs and Skills WA: Animation and gaming design courses
An exciting career in a growing industry is here for you!

If you're looking to get started in the film, television, and media industry with a specialist focus on animation and game art, this is the course for you! This nationally recognised qualification will give you hands on skills and knowledge to create digital content and work as part of a production team.

The course covers working in the creative arts industry, critical thinking and teamwork, on the job safety protocols, creating and preparing video and photo assets, creating visual design components including storyboards, operating production equipment, installing and operating lighting and sound broadcasting gear, and so much more! 

Apprenticeship or Traineeship
VET for secondary students
Industry: Creative Industries
National course code: CUA31020 | WA State ID: AD88

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Welcome to the creative world of CG art and games

Get started on your journey into the diverse and expansive fields of CG art, animation, 3D modelling and games design.

With industry-standard software, you'll be introduced to the art of 3D modelling, 2D animation, digital art, and game development. Through this course you'll start your journey to becoming a skilled digital artist.

This course will prepare you with the foundation skills to use Photoshop, Maya, Substance Painter, Unreal Engine, Game Maker, Premiere Pro and Toon Boom Harmony.

These skills will give you a solid base to continue into the Certificate IV in Screen and Media (Animation & Game Art).

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