Level 4 Apprenticeship:
Visual Effects (VFX)
Junior 2D Artist
What will I study?
Within the workplace and time at the college Junior 2D artists will learn to utilise artistic knowledge in areas such as composition and colour in addition to masteringindustry standard compositing software and operating systems.You will also learn to work well within a team and to be good communicator and problem solver.
What are the additional entry requirements for this course?
Individual employers will set the selection criteria, but this is likely to include A levels (or equivalent level 3 qualification) in an ICT or moving picture related subject. Most candidates will also have English and Maths at level 2 on entry. Some employers may also ask for a portfolio of still or moving image manipulation or the completion of a timed assessment in order to access their artistic and technical ability as part of the selection process.
Up to 24 months
In the work place and allocated time at our Soho centre.
WHAT STUDENTS SAY
"I was at my local sixth form college originally but I knew straightaway that it was not a good fit. The atmosphere was not fresh and I was not inspired. I did not want to see the same type of people that I had in secondary school, as I felt like I was reliving an old life. A friend of mine already went to the College and told me that it was amazing. I loved the Open Day where they advised me to gain more experience in software, so I started at Level 2 and will progress to Level 3 Animation & Games Design next year."
UAL Games & Animation