HRDA finished its final training course under CODE project

On 1 September Human Resources Development finished the final online training course organized under CODE project that was focused on the basics and types of 3D modeling in GAME DESIGN and presentation of games with the help of graphic design. The innovative course incorporated the content from both training programs in 3d animation and graphic design developed under CODE project.

The training gathered 30 creative young people from Ruse region who due to financial, health or other reasons do not have the opportunity to continue their education or to participate in specialized training courses. The online course that was for 10 weeks acquainted them with the history of video games, tools and approaches for creating video game script, design of the game levels, design method and 3D models for creating heroes and environment, business model for promotion and advertising of the game using graphic design tools. The trainees participated in discussions and completed individual practical assignments that demonstarted skills and knowledge acquired.

The talented and ambitious youngsters have created wonderful work of arts – digital paintings, landscapes, portraits, heroes. Their creations were reviewed from proffesional experts from ARC academy which were impressed by the talant and creative thinking of the trainees, and saw a lot of potential for their further development in creative industry.

The team of Creative center Ruse is proud of the results achieved as they prove that we were successful in our mission to givespecific practical skillsto CODE trainees and to show them paths for professional realization.

The training is held under the CODE project funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.


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