We are happy to inform you that the first training course in the 3D MAX and MAYA programs, organized by the Human Resources Development Agency was successfully completed.
During the training sessions, the students managed to make their own 3D figures of a robot, and at the end the best ones presented their fast animations which was their final exam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zN9XEQheECg.
We are proud with the results of the unique training in 3D animation – half of the students received their certificates for successfully completed course, and a third of them found a professional realization!
The development of the innovative concept puts Ruse again in the first place in the application of the latest technologies in the education of young people. The high-tech trainings organized by HRDA and Creative Center Ruse will give young people from Ruseknowledge about the rapidly developing gaming and animation industries, which will allow to successful graduates to implement their projects in the field. This type of training will provide young people with more opportunities for development and will raise their competitiveness in the creative industries labour market.
The courses are organized under the project “CODE – (Competent opportunities for digital employment)”, fundedby Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway grants Grants Fund forYouth Employment. The aim of the CODE project is to provide quality employment opportunities for vulnerable young people inrisk of poverty.