• Can you imagine a world without computers?
  • Computers play an integral part of modern life and the industry is bustling with opportunities
  • From browsing social media, to texting your friends, playing your favourite games console, to listening to your music on iTunes

Our games animation courses will prepare you for a career in a creative industry that is rich in possibilities, both within the UK and overseas. You’ll develop sought-after techniques such as 2D and 3D animation, 3D modelling, concept art and illustrations to gain a competitive edge to prepare you for university or employment. Alongside your programme you’ll also be given the opportunity to work on real projects for real clients and have talks from industry experts.

Our computing courses are designed to provide you with the skills you need to get a career in IT or go on to further study – with the opportunity to develop your skills in software, networking and web design are just some of the pathways we have on offer. We have strong links with local businesses and you’ll have the opportunity to take part in national competitions such as Match Fit and World Skills UK. You will also work on real jobs for real clients and be able to develop
your skills so that you are ready for the world of work or for further study.

Our courses are delivered by experienced tutors who recognise what skills and techniques employers are looking for. Enrichment activities for previous students have included surfing in Scarborough, exploring the Peak District, paintballing and visits to the National Media Museum, EuroGames and exhibitions.

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Courses and Apprenticeships available in:
  • Digital IT Skills
  • Computing
  • Games Animation
  • Social Media and Digital Marketing
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You will have access to our private computing lab with industry standard facilities, software and equipment.

Professional and industry practiced teaching staff will guide you through your course.

You will gain enhanced employability skills.

Each year many of our students participate in field trips which have included visits to Bradford Media Museum, Gaming Events and Alton Towers.


Following the Computing and Digital
route you could be:
  • Games Designer
  • Website Designer
  • Programmer
  • Data Analyst


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“I didn’t just learn the skills. I learnt how to manage my time and be organised with projects.”

Helen Andrzejowska
Computing and Digital

After plenty of research into local colleges and after her success with her National Diploma at Rotherham College, she decided to have a look at what courses the College had to offer. This is when she found the Media, Animation and Games course. Helen has always dreamed of being a games concept artist, so this course was perfect for her.

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