Journalist, Andrew McMillen, has written a feature for GameSpot AU on the current state of the games industry, concentrating specifically on the once flourishing Brisbane sector.
Qantm College Brisbane is currently seeking an animator / modeller who is wanting to pursue a career in education. The position is ideally suited to someone with excellent communication and a time management skill who wants to share their knowledge of current creative practice with students at a vocational and higher education level.
Qantm College Brisbane is currently looking for animators or modellers with industry experience to help deliver and develop content for their Bachelor Degree and Online Courses. This will be a part time role but may eventually move to a full time position.
An industry is only as good as the experience of its workforce, and there's little doubt that the education sector plays a vital role in the games industry's growth and success. For many game development students across Australia graduating from their multi-year courses this month, it's a time for celebration, but they do so knowing that the industry they had hoped to enter has drastically changed since when they first enrolled.
Some interesting news at gameindustry.biz on Qantm's new course offering. Qantm has announced a course tailered for designers who are eager to develop games on the iPhone platform. The new course starts at the London college early next year with Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne picking it up later on.
LEADING CREATIVE MEDIA EDUCATOR TO AWARD TWENTY-FIVE SCHOLARSHIPS IN QUEENSLAND
QANTM COLLEGE OPEN DAY, 2 AUGUST
MID-YEAR INTAKE COMMENCES 25 AUGUST
Qantm College announced yesterday that FEE‐HELP is now available for eligible students undertaking degree courses.
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