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TIGA unveils Industrial Secondment Program

The initiative aims to keep video game lecturers' courses current with part-time or full-time industry experience

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Trade body TIGA has announced a proposal for an Industrial Secondment Program (ISP).

The yearly initiative aims to enable 20 video game lecturers to work in game development part-time or full-time.

TIGA intends for lecturers who take part in the program will have course curriculums that are up to date to maximize the employment of future graduates.

Innovate UK will back the ISP at €1 million ($ 1.1 million).

"The video games industry is a fast-moving sector, and it is essential that course leaders in the UK's many impressive educational establishments are teaching relevant and up-to-date courses," said TIGA CEO Dr. Richard Wilson OBE.

"TIGA's ISP will ensure that participating lecturers are preparing graduates to enter our world-class video games industry."

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Jeffrey Rousseau joined in March 2021. Based in Florida, his work focused on the intersectionality of games and media. He enjoys reading, podcasts, staying informed, and learning how people are tackling issues.