British Columbia’s creative technology sector—which includes video games, visual effects (VFX), animation, and extended reality (XR)—is rapidly becoming a significant source of high-quality, in-demand employment for the province. The Unity in Interactive Storytelling for Creative Technology (ISCT) program quickly provides learners with in-demand skills and competencies to support employment in the creative technology sector. It introduces learners to real-time interactive 2D and 3D essentials and fundamentals for building virtual experiences through the Unity platform, and prepares graduates for optional Unity certification to enhance their career paths.
This micro-credential program will introduce and explain the technologies that make interactive projects possible and walk learners through creating 2D and 3D apps and projects, focusing on Unity. ISCT is an industry-relevant micro-credential delivered over six weeks, and blends bootcamp-style online synchronous (real-time) teaching with asynchronous learning activities, assignments and resources.
Opportunity for increased employability or to upskill or reskill, including a Unity certification option
A micro-credential developed in partnership with industry and delivered by a respected and recognized institution
All participants who successfully complete the ISCT program will receive an industry-recognized professional development certificate and have the option to take the Unity Certified User: Programmer certification exam