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Did you know that you could turn your passion for gaming into a career?

That’s right! Our Esports course arrives in September and can plant you at the heart of one of the biggest global industries, with a projected value of £1.5 billion in 2022.

Esports brings the world of competitive gaming to the spectacle of live events. Our Esports BTEC will equip students with a multitude of transferrable skills, including events management, marketing, production, IT, creative enterprises, and much more.

The course also encourages the development of social, physical, mental and financial skills into one qualification that will set students up for a career or a step into higher education.

Students will work with industry graphic tools to explore design and branding, study game theory, planning and character design, delve into the world of animation, green screen, live streaming, video editing and visual effects, deliver an Esports media event, and even design a game concept.

More information on our Esports BTEC can be found here.

If that’s not enough, there’s still time to apply to join us for the course launch in September.

So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to turn your course into a career.

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