Adobe Generation Winner's Quote
Lydia Odai, winner of the Adobe Generation Games Design Course said: "I've always been interested in gaming, so was excited to sign up to the Adobe Generation Games Design course and learn more about the creative skills needed to succeed in the industry."
"I didn't have any experience with games design when I signed up, but the courses were easy to follow so before I knew it, I was learning complex skills such as coding! Being taught by industry experts really helped me, as they were able to give us a firsthand perspective on the gaming industry."
"I'll be starting a BA in Computer Visualisation & Animation at Bournemouth University in September so hope to be able to build upon the skills I have already learned through Adobe Generation. The games design course really helped reinforce my decision to go in the creative industry and I´d recommend anyone interested in learning new digital skills to sign up to the new set of courses!"
Quote from a teacher – anonymous
"Using Adobe Generation as a CPD has allowed me to join students in learning new skills in the Adobe Flash CS6. I managed to extend my own learning and understanding of ActionScript which will enable me to pass this on to more students in my own lessons. Without the Adobe Generation course, my skills would be limited. In addition, the guest speakers offer an insight to the industry which will help give meaning and purpose to the tasks set in classroom activities."
Richard Smith, Deputy Leader for ICT, Chalfonts Community College
"With programming becoming an increasingly significant part of ICT, the ability to teach the subject in a way that engages students is becoming more and more important. The Adobe Generation Games Design course has allowed me to extend my own learning and understanding of Adobe software, so I can now teach these valuable digital skills in my own lessons. The guest speakers throughout the course provided a great insight into the gaming industry which will help give meaning and purpose to the tasks I set in classroom activities."