Training & Qualifications
Although Skillset does not directly provide training for computer games we can and will provide funding, advice on courses, and through our accreditation and approvals schemes we will signpost examples of good practise to ensure you get the maximum value from your training.
In this section you can find details of all Skillset's work in this area of the sector in particular details of our industry endorsed courses.
For funding and support for training in computer games visit our funding pages.
Computer Games Apprenticeships
The Apprenticeship in QA and Games Production was considered a success, but a lack of resources and changes in the industry meant that this Apprenticeship was not retained by the provider. This framework is not currently being offered by any providers. Find out other options hereRead More
Case Study - Dare to be Digital
Dare to be Digital is a competition offering teams of 5 students the chance to create a working prototype of a computer game.Read More
Training and Qualifications - Skillset's Strategy
Explore Skillset's strategies for improving the provision of training and education for the Interactive Media and Computer Games Sector.Read More
Case Study - EA academy
The EA Academy is a graduate placement scheme aimed at attracting the best talent to Electronic Arts, the leading independent developer and publisher of computer games software.Read More