Reg No: 200912099N
Reg from: 21st Aug. 2016 to 20th Aug. 2020
Award : WSQ Statement of Attainment (WSQ E-Certificate)
Duration: 40 hours
Course Schedule: 4 consecutive Saturdays (9AM - 6PM) and 3 consecutive Friday (7.30PM - 10.30PM)
Programme Fee: S$1,485.16 (Incl GST)
After 90% Grant: $235.96 (Incl GST)
After $600 Grant: $885.16 (Incl GST)
SSG Grant Breakdown (For SP or PR only)
|Self Sponsored||Company Sponsored|
|From 21 to 39 years old – $600 Grant||Non-SME – $600 Grant|
|Above 40 years old – 90% Grant||SME – 90% Grant|
Note: Self Sponsored may use Skill Futures Credit and PSEA.
A unique learning experience combining academic leadership and first-hand experience from world-class educators.
David has about 18 years of experience with companies like Zealot Digital, Digital Perception studios, Ksatria Gameworks etc. Some of his work includes development of tools and components for proprietary game engine, development of ZD engine 2.0, game programming, Xbox 1tech demo graphics programming. He has also conducted various seminars on 3D Arts, involved in 3D animation for companies like Chevron and immensely contributed in nex-gen kjAPI Game Engine Development. David holds a Diploma from IMUS Institute of Science & Technology, from Philippines.
Lecturer at MAGES Institute of Excellence
Master Degree in Computer Science, University of Yangon, Myanmar
Nanda has a remarkable experience in the IT industry and the education industry specially in the field of 3D Graphic Animation, Game Programming and Game Development & Design. Nanda is a Unity Certified Developer, in addition to having certification from Microsoft and Oracle. Nanda has working experience in United States, India and Singapore. With his excellent communication and interpersonal skills, he proves to be a truly commendable and valuable lecturer for MAGES.
What i really liked is the format of these classes that allows people to congeal the classes to their needs. Just looking at our class, for example, there were 3 academics in the class and we had very specific needs, related to our work and our pedagogy and the fact that the class size was so small, it allowed our instructor to work with us individually.