On a scale of 1 to 10, how much do you enjoy the job you’re currently in, or the course that you’re taking? Think about it for a second.
Maybe it’s time for a change.
You can’t be completely sure of what you want to do for the rest of your life until you try a few different options. Sometimes they work and sometimes they don’t, but up until now, there’s been something missing in Vancouver – a program specifically designed by industry professionals.
The education scene is about to change this spring because Sterling College is launching a brand new Creative Technology Program. You’ll have the option of studying a Creative Technologies Foundation Diploma (33 weeks), an Advanced Diploma in Creative Technologies (44 weeks), or a Creative Technology Advanced Diploma with Co-op (88 weeks).
You’ll get to choose an area of focus to hone your expertise in; so if product designing, app design, or designing visual reality experiences is your thing, you can fully immerse yourself in that creative area on campus. And you’ll have all the tools and equipment you need at your disposal.
Each cutting-edge course will give you the skills needed to pursue a career in interactive media and computer-aided design industries. This means if you want to go to work as a production artist, industrial designer, mobile app developer, graphic designer, creative director, web designer, or a myriad of other positions in digital-focused industries, you can.
One of the most amazing features of the program is the fact that you’ll be learning coursework that covers relevant market trends, created by professionals who know the industry inside out.
Plus, you’ll be attending college at Vancouver’s newest campus! Sterling College and Canadian Tourism College are set to hold a grand opening event at their brand new 11,500 square foot campus on Melville Street on Thursday, March 1. Both colleges are part of the Asia Pacific Education group, owned by education entrepreneur Feroz Ali. This will be your chance to visit the campus and network with faculty and staff.
For more information and to register for a Creative Technology program visit Sterling College online, on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. To discover the courses on offer at Canadian Tourism College, check out the education hub on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
When: March 1
Time: 4 pm
Where: 200-1111 Melville Street
Click here to RSVP for this event. You won’t want to miss it!