This 23-week program gives participants a competitive edge as they launch careers in digital tech. Students learn techniques like digital compositing, the process of assembling multiple images to make a final image for print, motion picture or screen display. These are essential skills for post-production work in media.
Industry professionals teach the fundamentals of Nuke software, a node-based digital compositing application, including rotoscoping, keying, painting, compositing in 3-D element, tracking and projection. Students participate in a six-week paid work placement at a local studio. For the duration of the program and work placement, each participant is equipped with a high-end laptop, second monitor and Nuke software, free of cost.