Be at the top of your game!
Progress to the next step in your career with the Diploma of Digital and Interactive Games. Gain valuable knowledge and experience to develop advanced skills to excel within the digital and interactive games industry. STEM skills are a focus of this course as it develops strengths in technology.
Gain these skills:
- design 3D digital games
- animation, texturing and rigging
- advanced games programming
- manage industry games development
- implement complex interactivity
- create digital game assets
Full-time attendance is equivalent to three days a week.
Is this course right for you?
To be successful in this course it is recommended that you complete the Certificate IV in Digital and Interactive Games (ICT50215) or possess the following skills before you commence; Able to: design and document games, develop games programs, create games assets and develop user interfaces. Still not sure if this course is right for you? Call us on 1800 001 001 to speak with a member of the Information Technology training area who will be able to advise you on the best study pathway to meet your career goals.
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A Certificate IV level qualification in Information Technology or Computing, or equivalent, acquired through experience or formal study.
Attendance in class
You will need to attend class approximately 60 days (3 days a week, for 20 weeks).
As well as the in-class component, you will need to complete 25% extra of additional study each week outside of class hours, including private study, assignment preparation, and research.
There is no work placement required for this course.
What you need for your first day of class
On your first day you should bring your SM TAFE confirmation enrolment receipt, your student ID, stationery (pen, exercise book, and USB).
In addition, the following uniform is required to be worn at all classes:
- Normal business/computing office attire applies.
Please note this list should be used as a guide only as job titles and qualification requirements may vary between organisations.
SM TAFE actively promotes the employment availability of course graduates to key industry partners and organisations. We also seek expressions of interest from organisations for the placement of our students into work experience. We endeavour to assist students into a career pathway, but please be aware that neither employment nor work experience placement is guaranteed by us.
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Study options and next steps
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