|Starts on Jan 23, 2019|
Ends on Mar 27, 2019
Wednesday 18:30 to 21:30
Professor : Nicholas Rudi
Section number 6005-H19
Age from 17 years
Available places YES
Duration 30 hours
Weeks nb 10
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|3DS Max Design, Architectural Visualization, Advanced|
Please, read the information below.To register, students must fulfill Emploi-Québec rules of eligibility.If you have any issues registering, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prerequisite: 3DS MAX Introduction course.
Continuing to build on the concepts from the 3DS Max Design introduction course, participants in this advanced 3DS Max course will learn to import 3D models from other CAD software, acquire an in-depth understanding of 3D modelling techniques, use advanced animation techniques for 3D models, and light and render 3D models using the V-Ray rendering plugin. 3ds Max is the standard for architectural visualization in the architectural and interior design industry.
In addition, students must meet one of the following employment criteria:
* Eligibility for part-time Emploi-Québec subsidized training.
Residents OR employees of businesses located in the Island of Montreal have priority for these part-time training courses.
Candidates unemployed OR residing and working OUTSIDE the Island of Montreal will be placed on a waiting list and contacted in case there are places available one week before classes start. If this is your case, put your name on the list.
Emploi-Québec subsidized training must be related to the candidate’s current job or field of study, and can be taken to upgrade his/her skills or in view of obtaining a promotion.
Subsidized training MAY NOT be taken for purposes of career change (reorientation) or for personal interest.
- Individuals who are self-employed, or
- Seasonal workers (not presently working but on an employee recall list), or
- Under-qualified workers needing to upgrade their job qualifications.
Students are also accepted if working full-time anywhere in the Montreal Metropolitan Census Region
(this includes Laval and the Laurentians, Lanaudière and Montérégie regions). A maximum of three students per company (or office) is permitted in any one course.Individuals must also meet the specific prerequisites for each course.The following individuals are NOT eligible for these Emploi-Québec subsidized courses:
- Employed workers who are changing career or simply have a personal interest in the course;
- Students if they are working part-time;
- Individuals receiving benefits from La Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST) or La Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ);
- Municipal workers;
- Workers in the public or parapublic sector or employed by public organizations including:
- any Centre de réadaptation,
- any Centre d’hébergement et de soins de longue durée (CHSLD),
- Youth centres,
- Subsidized private colleges,
- Commission de la construction du Québec (CCQ),
- School boards,
- the CSST,
- any CSSS,
- Loto-Québec (including the casinos),
- Federal and provincial government departments,
- Provincial and federal penitentiaries,
- Canada Post,
- any Quebec Commission,
- the SAAQ,
- any Provincial or Federal Crown Corporation,
- la Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ),
- la Société des transports de Montréal (STM),
- Via Rail, or any similar organization.
Please take note that students who are living in Montreal but working outside Quebec
will have to request pre-approval from Emploi-Québec
before registering. Contact our department for more information on this special case.