Every1Games’ Video Game Development Program – Spec Ops Unity
With programs running on Saturdays from May 30-July 4, 2015
We will also be implementing Mentorships in the near future to help you maintain your skills and goals!
*All Every1Games programs integrate social skills learning and technical skills development in a low-anxiety learning environment. We are a social skills program first and will provide individual support plans for every client to work towards their goals.
This program is suitable for participants who are new to Every1Games and participants who have attended the program before. Activities will vary based on the experience of those who register to attend.
This specialized program teaches the basics of Unity game development engine, the most popular game making tool in the industry. “More games are made with Unity than with any other game technology.”
Join the Every1Games team at George Brown College’s School of Design for a 6 day program to become familiar with this professional tool used in the best post-secondary game development programs. Work independently and together to practice your skills in design and development.
341 King St. E
Program Length: 6 Days (6 Hours Each Day)
Program Times: 10am – 4pm
- Saturday May 30, 2015
- Saturday June 6, 2015
- Saturday June 13 , 2015
- Saturday June 20, 2015
- Saturday June 27, 2015
- Saturday July 4, 2015
- Recommended for Ages 16 – 25
- No Experience Necessary
- Potential additional software includes Adobe Illustrator (potentially other programs)
- A full schedule will be provided to participants who register for the program.
- Facilitator: Rocco Briganti and Crystal May (Facilitator Profiles Coming Soon)
- Support Lead: Krystal Twiss
Online Registration Coming Soon
Upon registration we will email you an invoice to confirm participation pay online or by cheque.
Standard fees apply.
- Standard: $900.00
- Autism Ontario Member: $800.00
- Autism Ontario Toronto Chapter Subsidy: $500.00 (save $300.00!)
Thank you to Autism Ontario Toronto Chapter for providing subsidies! To become a member of Autism Ontario Toronto Chapter please visit this link or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may apply for SSAH funding and other appropriate subsidies.