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Study pathways into Visual Effects

At Rising Sun Pictures, we often get approached about how to get into the industry.  Queries generally come from secondary and tertiary students but we also get asked by people that may be career changers, have an interest in learning new software or those that just want to have some fun learning something different!

As a result, we have created the table below to guide you with some training options.

The table provides vocational training options so too reference to what is provided under the banner of the Uni SA and Rising Sun Pictures relationship.

Vocational training options include national codes so that students can do their own research due to the number of training providers offering these courses in Australia.

Short courses are also a good way of getting a “taster” of both the software and the skills required in the industry. They are also low investment when it comes to time and cost.

For more information on South Australian based training providers, see the following link on the RSP Education website: Getting started in Visual Effects


Secondary school students

Can commence CII and CIII courses while at school.  There are several options available and enquiries should be made via your schools careers counselor on what options may be available under the following categories:

Tertiary (vocational) students
Should also enquire at their college about university pathways.  University pathways allow, for example TAFE students to get credit towards their university studies which reduces their time to complete a degree.

For any other queries on training pathways into visual effects, email your query to: learn@rsp.com.au

 

You can also download a PDF of the above image here: RSP VFX training pathways

 

Study pathways into Visual Effects

At Rising Sun Pictures, we often get approached about how to get into the industry.  Queries generally come from secondary and tertiary students but we also get asked by people that may be career changers, have an interest in learning new software or those that just want to have some fun learning something different!

As a result, we have created the table below to guide you with some training options.

The table provides vocational training options so too reference to what is provided under the banner of the Uni SA and Rising Sun Pictures relationship.

Vocational training options include national codes so that students can do their own research due to the number of training providers offering these courses in Australia.

Short courses are also a good way of getting a “taster” of both the software and the skills required in the industry. They are also low investment when it comes to time and cost.

For more information on South Australian based training providers, see the following link on the RSP Education website: Getting started in Visual Effects


Secondary school students

Can commence CII and CIII courses while at school.  There are several options available and enquiries should be made via your schools careers counselor on what options may be available under the following categories:

Tertiary (vocational) students
Should also enquire at their college about university pathways.  University pathways allow, for example TAFE students to get credit towards their university studies which reduces their time to complete a degree.

For any other queries on training pathways into visual effects, email your query to: learn@rsp.com.au

 

You can also download a PDF of the above image here: RSP VFX training pathways

 

Contact us:

Level 1, 180 Pulteney Street Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia

+61 8 8400 6400 learn@rsp.com.au

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Level 1, 180 Pulteney Street Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia

+61 8 8400 6400 learn@rsp.com.au

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