TO ALL THE YOUNG GRAPHIC DESIGNERS AND GAME DEVELOPERS WHO TOOK PART IN REGIONAL COMPETITIONS THIS YEAR.
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Worldskills New Zealand (WSNZ) is a part of Worldskills International – the largest vocational skills competition in the world, held every two years.
Learn more at worldskills.org.nz
Auckland: Jack Herd
Wellington: Marcus Seumanu
Christchurch: Samantha Plunkett
GAME ART AND DEVELOPMENT
Auckland: Marc Loths
Wellington: James Runga-Wairama
Christchurch: No competion ran for this skill
Missed what happened for the regionals?
Competitors from around New Zealand were put to the test on 28 May 2016, testing their skills and creativity. In just 7–8 hours, competitors were given a range of tasks. The regional competition was the first step towards competing in the world championships at WorldSkills, held in Abu Dhabi. Stay tune for more news about the up coming nationals happening in September.
The regional competition will be held in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The competition is a whole day and consists of a seven hour (eight hours for Game Art and Development) test project that has a number of tasks and hand in times throughout the day. This will test a number of skills within this Industry.
The top student/s from regionals will be put forward to nationals, in September 2016 and those that make it all the way will go through to the World Championship in Abu Dhabi in 2017.