Sony, Microsoft, Ubisoft back new videogame training scheme
Friday 26 September 2014 | 09:47 CET | News
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The UK’s minister for culture and the digital economy, Ed Vaizey, has announced the Next Gen Skillls Academy initiative to offer a route into the games, visual effects and animation industry to 16 to 18 year olds through dedicated college places and apprenticeships, the Guardian reports. The scheme is backed by GBP 3.6 million from Sony, Microsoft, Ubisoft and Framestore and Pinewood studios. The government’s Commission for Employment and Skills is contributing GBP 2.7 million. The Next Gen Skills Academy will offer around 1,200 student places and 150 apprenticeships. Interested 15-year olds are invited to register their interest for the programme due to start in September 2015.
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