Date Posted: Jun 19, 2019
RAW Digital Training's Games Design course is back. Starting on the 17th June at Durham Amateur Rowing Club, participants will build their own game using industry standard software. They will be introduced to different roles within the sector and possible progression routes.
This course is perfect for those who are interested in a career in the games industry or digital creative industries.
The Course starts on Monday 17th June till Friday 21st June and is being held at Durham Amateur Rowing Club Green Ln, Old Elvet, Durham DH1 3JU, between from 10am till 4pm each day.
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Having a part-time job can be really great - it gives you some extra spending money and can help you get really useful work skills.
If you are still in education - even if you are already 16 - there are rules about the type of work and number of hours you can do.
If you complete Year 11 and want to get a job you need to know that you will be up against people who may have both qualifications and experience of work. The Government is committed to keeping you ‘in learning’ until you are 18, so you will probably be looking for work which fits around your studies.
At 16 and 17 you are classed as a ‘Young Worker’ so there are fewer restrictions on the amount and type of work you do but in most cases, you cannot work more than eight hours a day and a total of 40 hours a week. You must have rest breaks and holidays.