New online courses for next generation of bedroom CG enthusiasts

We’re launching a brand new set of online courses – Self Directed Learning. These low-cost distance learning courses are aimed at students, aspiring 3D artists and computer graphics (CG) hobbyists across the world, and cover CG industry staples Maya, ZBrush and Nuke in detail.

The courses start at £99.99 for the ‘Introduction to Maya’ course, and comprise over 10 hours’ training material prepared by Escape’s tutors, whose CVs include Pixar, The Moving Picture Company, The Mill, Sony and Framestore. Full-time students can benefit from a 50% discount on list prices, and can also claim Escape Studios’ educational discount for the Autodesk Maya software suite, available for just £150, enabling them to buy and get trained on state-of-the-art software for less than £210.

We designed these courses to address some of the feedback we received from our customer satisfaction survey, so hopefully we’ve improved some areas whilst keeping the bits you like.

We’re really excited about these new courses, and hope you will be to – we’re going to be using our Facebook fan page as a forum, so if you’ve got any feedback or have any questions, just log on here.

2 Comments Paul Wilkes

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Paul Wilkes
Thu 18 Mar 2010: 10:10am

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  • Michael Brown:

    Hello I am very interested in taking an at home course via the internet with your school. Please send me more information on the subject.
    Also, I am currently attending Kaplan Univ. online and I need to conduct an interview with some one in the IT feild, in an area of interest to me. I was hoping to interview someone specializing in CG. This interview can be done over the phone, IM or Skype, it should only take about a half hour. I need to have an interview scheduled by March 30, 2010.
    If you could also help in this matter it would be greatly apprieciated.
    Thanks Michael

  • Dave Cox:

    Now this is very interesting! I am currently looking at whether to make the leep from 3DS Max to Maya.

    This is definitely something to consider!

    Thanks for the heads up.

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