DESIGN, BUILD & CODE WITH UNITY 3D (ADULT BEGINNERS) - $300 + GST per student


Come after work and learn how to use Unity to design, build and code your own 3D game.


About


Over 6 weeks participants will learn to code and develop computational thinking skills using Unity. Participants will design a game using design thinking principles. Unity is widely regarded as one of the premier game development platforms. It is particularly relevant for teachers looking at engaging ways of encouraging students to code, design games and build virtual reality applications. The course is designed for beginners and those with some experience of game design. This course will be aimed at teachers or other adults looking to upskill. 

 

Our Instructors

 

Our expert trainers balance impressive technical ability with excellent communication skills. They are computer scientists, engineers, and industrial designers with prior teaching experience. All of our trainers have Working With Children checks, and a passion for inspiring young people to embrace STEM skills.

 

Student to teacher ratio

 

7:1

 

Our Philosophy

 

We pride ourselves on our ability to cater to students who are racing ahead, while supporting those who need more time to practise their skills. We aim to help students better understand the technological tools they have at their disposal, and how they can create rather than simply consume. Students are encouraged to adopt an experimental mindset, and think ‘What if?’ without giving into a fear of breaking something. We believe that people with unique interests learn to code for different reasons, and there are many ways to engage kids with tech in a way they find exciting and encouraging.

 

Prerequisites

 

Absolutely none!

 

Outcomes

 
  • Coding basics

  • Computational thinking

  • Design thinking

  • Creativity

  • Teamwork

  • Problem decomposition

  • Software design, testing, and debugging

  • Electrical circuitry



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