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Who is Yoobee?


Why choose Yoobee School of Design?


What is your Creative Pathway?


Certificate in Digital Media (iCreate)


Diploma in Animation & Digital Video


Diploma in Game Art


Diploma of Computer Graphic Design


Diploma of Web Development


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Until recently, we were proudly known as Natcoll Design Technology. Over the past 15 years Natcoll has maintained its international reputation for producing industry-fit creative professionals. Yoobee is now New Zealand’s largest specialized digital design school.

We are a NZQA category 1 provider and a quality leader in vocational education. Over 500 students gain a Yoobee qualification each year and our work ready graduates lead the way in industry.




Diploma of Animation (Advanced)


Diploma in Digital Filmmaking (Advanced) 22

Diploma in Advanced 3D Graphics


Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced)


Bachelor of Applied Science


Certificate in English & Design


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Short Courses




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Creative Journeys


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Get skills

We ensure you have the right blend of creative and technical skills to make you a top pick with employers. You’ll get hands-on, practical experience with industry standard software.

Get support

We provide an open and supportive environment to allow you to discover your creative potential. Our welcoming and accessible staff are focused on helping you develop your career pathway. With an average of 20 students per class, we take the time to understand your individual needs and provide attention and guidance so you can pursue your goals.

Get community

When you study at Yoobee, you join our creative community. At our city campuses in Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch, you’ll be surrounded by tutors and students who share a passion for explorative creativity and relentless innovation. The Yoobee family has a collaborative culture that brings out the best in our talent.

Get a job

We make sure our graduates are positioned as the most industry ready. We work closely with the creative digital industry to ensure your learning is up to date and relevant. You will be a step ahead of other graduates, understanding the necessary blend of commerce and art in the creative sector.



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Tim has completed the Diploma of Graphic Design and will complete the Diploma of Digital Media Advanced in April 2014.

Originally from Thailand Tim took art and photographic subjects when he was studying at High School in New Zealand. “I decided to study graphic design

seriously after I graduated from high school. I have been studying at Yoobee for nearly 2 years and I’m really loving it! Everyday I look at my design work and think how I can improve it, and make people like it more.”

Tim was one of the 17 students being selected to be featured in the ‘Creative & Technical: Thai students

and New Zealand’ Exhibition in Bangkok as part of the New Zealand Prime Minister mission to Thailand in 2013. Some of this work

is featured here.

“This was an exciting opportunity for me to showcase my passion in design in my country. In most of my work I try to combine fashion, art and movement together. I like to use texture and brushes to make movement in my work. In this work I tried to make an illusion combined









Yoobee has an international reputation in creative digital design education. From day one we’ve focused on training that’s relevant to the industry. Here, you get the right blend of creative and technical skills to get the job you want.

industry led

Opportunities in the creative sector have skyrocketed. We make sure your technical skills are completely up to date. Yoobee’s strong industry links can provide a foot in the door for your job hunt.

learn by doinG

The training at Yoobee is practical. Any theory will be relevant to your field. No written or end-of-course exams either! You’ll be assessed on the quality of work you actually create.

learn from the best

Our state-of-the-art computer suites are furnished with industry standard software and equipment. Yoobee’s industry experienced tutors have the technical expertise to help you realise your dreams. From here you can creatively do anything.

achieve success

We have thousands of graduates working in the creative industries world-wide. You’ll find Yoobee grads at some of the top award-winning companies, creating inspiring work and making a great living doing what they love.

supportive environment

Yoobee is a caring and connected community. Our friendly tutors take the time to help you explore your creativity and unlock your potential. Be part of our global Yoobee community, where like-minded creatives gather to be inspired, connect and share.

campus life

Our three campuses are located in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. We attract a diverse range of ages, backgrounds and cultures. Some are school-leavers and others have taken time out from the workplace to retrain. Yoobee’s student common rooms provide a place to meet and enjoy the campus atmosphere.

value for money

Yoobee’s intensive courses are completed within just one year. Competitively priced, they start at different times during the year, allowing you to save valuable time and money.

flexible pathways

We offer a wide range of courses. Become an expert in a particular field or explore a few. You decide on a pathway that works for you. Some qualifications can be used to gain advanced entry into degree programmes at other tertiary institutions.

work experience

Yoobee’s industry projects and industry placements provide real world experience and that all-important first job.












Whether you use a pencil, a brush or a tablet and stylus, many would say this is art in its purest form. The Sketch code is all about anything drawn, illustrated, sketched or painted.


In this digital age of ones and zeroes the Code could be considered the most dynamic of the lot. This code describes the elemental building blocks behind any digital experience.


When creativity is nurtured and pointed in the right direction, anything is possible. The Incubate code is all about innovative ideas and employing them to discover our true potential.


What we see colours our vision of the world. The Shoot code is all about capturing life on camera and telling its story – or another story of our own making.


Some people are born entertainers and natural story-tellers. The Direct code describes how all the pieces fit together to create a well resolved outcome.


Design permeates everyday life, it’s how we communicate and share our ideas. From the houses we live in, to the streets we drive down, and the clothes we wear – the design code refers to them all.


Words and ideas surround us and form the kernel of our communication. The Publish code is all about crafting and expressing our ideas and the stories we choose to tell.


We’ve been composing with sounds and images since the beginning of recorded history. The Edit code is all about how we order, overlay and compose our ideas for presentation.





course components

Core Skills

Learn how to use a digital still camera, scan images, use image and illustration software to create and manipulate images, explore the use of pattern and texture, create a visual diary, learn design principles such as colour theory, pattern and texture, and computer file management.


Learn the production planning process for printed documents, create single and multi-page documents for printing, and understand graphic design terms and principles.


Gain an understanding of the production planning process for animated and video based productions, understand film and animation terms, make a short film, model a simple character and animate a supplied character.


Learn the production planning process for web-based projects, understand web and new media terms, use computer video editing software to compress for the web, produce a basic website and Flash animation.


Software used on this course may include Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, iMovie or Premiere, Flash, Blender or Lightwave and Dreamweaver.


Apple Mac computers, digital still and video cameras, scanners and printers.


Assessment is based on project work, and visual and oral presentations. There are no examinations.

entry reQuirements

There are generally no restrictions to entry. Whilst previous computer skills are not compulsory, some basic computer skills are very helpful.

further learninG

iCreate provides an excellent pathway into Yoobee’s Diploma in Animation and Digital Video, Diploma of Computer Graphic Design and Diploma of Web Development.

full time

15 weeks

level 3

nZQa approved

If you’re interested in creative digital media but not sure of the path you want to take, then consider iCreate. It’s a fun and practical way to explore the many options available at Yoobee. You’ll try your hand at animation, video production, graphic and web design, with practical art sessions to brush up on your creative skills.

Projects include making a video, developing 3D animations, creating a website and designing graphics and illustrations for print, all using industry standard software. iCreate will help you figure out what area of design really inspires you. After successfully completing the course you’ll qualify to move on to diploma level study.






Do you dream of working in animation or video production? Then Yoobee’s Diploma in Animation and Digital Video is the ideal launching pad for you. This course teaches skills and techniques of animation and video production and you’ll be working on projects from idea to reality. You’ll develop storytelling and design skills, learn to shoot, capture and edit digital video, record voiceovers, edit music and create your own soundtracks. This course also covers the latest industry standard techniques for 3D modelling and animation as well as post-production finishing touches. With this diploma in hand, you can develop your skills further with Yoobee’s more specialised Level 6 courses – the Diploma in Digital Filmmaking (Advanced) or Diploma in Animation (Advanced).

full time

35 or 41 weeks

level 5

nZQa approved

course components


Develop storytelling skills essential to communication using animation and moving images.

Design & Image Manipulation

Learn the principles of design and design processes. Capture, edit, create and manipulate images.

Introduction to Video Production

Develop a storyline and script for a video production; plan and produce, shoot, capture and edit digital video.

Introduction to 3D Modelling

Model a range of hard body and organic 3D forms; surface, light, composite and render simple 3D scenes.

Audio Post Production

Record voiceovers, edit music and voice tracks; create soundtracks.

Introduction to Video Post Production

Learn post-production processes, including editing, motion graphics and visual effects, and produce a completed video project.

Introduction to 3D Animation

Learn to critically evaluate animation production and produce your own 3D animation.

Individual project

Complete a video or animation project of your own design.


Develop essential skills and knowledge for animation and video production.


Software used on this course includes Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Audition and Maya.


Apple Mac or PC computers, digital video cameras, sound recording equipment and a video production room with studio lighting and green screen.


Assessments are standards-based. All projects have to reach a specified standard. There are no examinations.

entry reQuirements

Show us your creativity by submitting some examples of your work in a medium of your choice. A working knowledge of digital imaging software, such as Photoshop, and illustration software such as Illustrator, is an advantage. Yoobee’s iCreate certificate course provides an excellent pathway into this course.

further learninG

Once you have successfully completed this course, you are strongly encouraged to further develop your skills in Yoobee’s Diploma of Animation (Advanced) or Diploma in Digital Filmmaking (Advanced). Alternatively, you could look to broaden your skills through one of Yoobee’s other diploma courses.

career opportunities

Successful graduates can seek entry level positions in the video or animation industries. For example, motion graphic designer, video editor, 3D animator, 3D modeller/texturer, visual effects artist or compositor. However, our industry contacts suggest a minimum of two to three years study in this field is more desirable.




full time

2 years

level 7

nZQa approval pendinG

course components

Year one courses

Game design fundamentals

Character and environment art assets User interface art asset development Animation

Level design and development: applied project

Year two courses

Pre production: simulated workplace project Production: simulated workplace project Portfolio and development and production blogs


The Diploma in Game Art will be taught using high-spec PC’s.


During this programme the following game engines will be used: Unreal engine: used in BioShock Infinite, Borderlands 2, Infinity Blade, Mass Effect 2, Unreal Tournament Series and many more. Unity: used in Slender, Wasteland 2, Dead Trigger 2,

Dragons of Elanthia, Deus Ex: The Fall and many more.


Assessments are standards-based. All projects must reach industry standard. There are no examinations.

entry reQuirements

In order to gain direct entry into the Diploma of Game Art, students will need to be able to demonstrate an interest in game art and/or animation and they will need to have successfully completed one of the following qualifications::

• Yoobee School of Design Diploma of Interactive Design (Level 6) • Yoobee School of Design Diploma of Animation (Advanced) (Level 6) • Yoobee School of Design Diploma in Advanced 3D Graphics (Level 7) Students can also be considered for entry if they meet the

following criteria:

Successful completion of :

• Yoobee School of Design Diploma in Animation and Digital Video (Level 5) OR

• Yoobee School of Design Diploma of Computer Graphic Design (Level 6) OR

• Yoobee School of Design Diploma of Web Development (Level 6) • or equivalent qualifications completed at other institutions. In addition to this qualification, students will need to demonstrate proficiency in Maya. They will need to provide samples of their portfolio or work, equivalent to the skills necessary to successfully undertake the programme of study.

career opportunities

Graduates will work as UI/UX developers, mobile game designers, web designers and app developers, among others.

Join one of fastest growing industries worldwide. If you are creative and have a passion for games, why not become a game design artist?

Yoobee is pleased to announce New Zealand’s first game art diploma. This new two-year programme will require you to have some experience in game art, or animation. This may have been gained through previous study or work experience.

Your first year of study will focus on developing skills in all aspects of game art asset design and development. This will include 2D and 3D characters and environment assets, as well as user interface assets. The first year provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities within the game development industry, and the tools used by teams to manage game production and all its facets.

During the second year you will select a specific area of focus, such as 2D, 3D or user interface design and

development. You will work in a team to design and develop game art assets for a complete game. You will be supported by an industry mentor who will provide a game skeleton, technical guidance and feedback on your art and design. You will learn how to manage game engine technical

constraints throughout the pipeline production and create an interactive game that displays your game art capabilities. Throughout the programme you will be developing an extensive game art asset portfolio which will showcase what you have designed and produced. You will also create a blog which will capture your design thinking processes.

Both these resources will be vital for obtaining employment in the industry.





The Diploma of Computer Graphic Design will teach you how to combine creative and digital skills with the objective of creating printed work that is compelling, persuasive and powerful. You’ll learn all about typography and layout, as well as how to capture and manipulate images for print. You’ll gain an understanding of the design process and use it to create great work including digital illustrations, brand identities, packaging, posters, magazines, brochures, ads and more. The graphic design industry is constantly changing and evolving but with Yoobee’s industry led approach and expert tutors you get the practical software, creative and pre-press design skills employers are looking for. Our graduates are highly prized for their technical abilities. They find employment in a huge range of areas including design agencies, print and pre-press, packaging, finished art, typesetting, magazine and newspaper publications, advertising and Photoshop manipulation – just to name a few.

course components

Layout Design

Study the principles of page design, and learn how to design and layout documents for effective visual communication.

Digital Illustration

Learn digital illustration and editing methods using a range of techniques.

Image Capture and Manipulation

Study the creation of digital imagery, including image capture, manipulation and preparation for print.

Design and Visualisation

Explore a wide range of creative and design processes to achieve effective visual communication.

Branding and Advertising

Investigate the importance of company branding and production of effective advertising material.

Pre-press and Problem Solving

Prepare electronic files for commercial printing and solve the problems associated with producing a quality output.


Design and produce printed packaging items.


Explore the nature and treatment of type and its applications.

full time

35 or 41 weeks

level 6

nZQa approved


Software used on this course includes Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat.


Apple Mac computers, digital cameras, and printers.


Assessment is standards-based. You must meet all the standards set for a particular task. There are no examinations. In addition to gaining the Diploma of Computer Graphic Design, in this course you can also achieve up to four PrintNZ unit standards which are recognised in the digital printing industry.

entry reQuirements

You are required to show us your creativity by submitting examples of your work in a medium of your choice. Yoobee’s iCreate certificate course provides an excellent pathway into this course.

further learninG

Once you have successfully completed this course, you could extend your skills with further study in Yoobee’s Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) or broaden your skills through the Diploma of Web Development.

career opportunities

A wide range of positions are available including mac operator, junior/ intermediate designer, pre-press operator, web design assistant, digital print assistant, freelance or contract graphic designer.





The online world reaches into every facet of our lives, and we don’t just access it from a computer anymore, we surf the web on mobile phones, watch the internet on television, download books and games to portable devices, and have photo frames displaying online galleries. Who makes it all happen? Web developers. The Diploma of Web Development will give you the practical skills you need to make your mark in this exciting industry. You’ll learn how to apply the principles of visual design and master the scripting languages that support client-side and server-client-side development. You’ll also learn how to research, design, write and host dynamic websites and web applications. By encouraging creativity and teaching the essentials of web programming and design, this course will set you on the path to a brilliant career in online media. You’ll finish with a comprehensive knowledge base and an online portfolio to showcase your new skills.

course components

Web Communication

Apply the principles of visual design to web pages; prepare and manipulate images for the web; apply the principles of User Centred Design (UCD) in developing a web interface; employ user testing and feedback mechanisms to refine design and usability of a website.

Client-Side Development

Learn XHTML syntax and techniques; how to develop forms; how to centralise formatting control using Cascading Style Sheets; you will be introduced to algorithms and simple programming concepts; learn browser scripting, event handlers, rollovers, form validation, browser checking etc.; learn how to use web authoring tools; compare platforms and their limitations.

Server-Side Development

Learn relational database design and use with MySQL; server-side programming using PHP; Structured Query Language (SQL) syntax and techniques; database-driven website design; introduction to Object Orientated (OO) programming principles and administration of server-side hosting environments.

Advanced Client-Side Development

The web keeps on changing and growing, and this module explores the leading edge, looking at Jquery, HTML5, CSS3, geolocation and how to produce web applications for smart phones. New technologies are being added all the time, and this year’s advanced topics might easily become next year’s basic standards.

full time

41 weeks

level 6

nZQa approved

Advanced Studies

Learn to include Open Source components in your web applications, learn advanced design and programming techniques and explore new and developing web technologies.

Industry Project

Plan, document, code and present a dynamic, database driven web application to an industry standard.


Create an online portfolio that demonstrates your skills.


Software used on this course may include Photoshop and industry standard Integrated Development Environments (IDEs).


Languages used on this course include XHTML and HTML5, CSS, XML, JavaScript, MySQL and PHP.


Dual screen Apple Macs running both Mac and Windows operating systems, digital cameras, scanners and printers. Modern Smartphones are available to test mobile web applications.


Assessment is standards-based. All projects must be produced to an industry standard. You are encouraged to develop your own design style and technical skills. There are no examinations.

entry reQuirements

You must provide evidence of interests and skills relevant to this course – for example, previous experience with a computer programming or scripting language, logical thinking and/or problem solving aptitude. Yoobee’s iCreate foundation course and our short courses in web development provide excellent pathways into this course.

further learninG

Once you have successfully completed this course, you could broaden your skills in Yoobee’s Diploma of Computer Graphic Design.

career opportunities

Graduates can explore a wide range of opportunities, including web developer, web programmer, web architect, web author and web specialist.





A career in animation combines artistic skills with the latest technology. The Diploma of Animation (Advanced) gives you the skills you need to turn your creative ideas into compelling images, capturing the essence of movement to bring characters and scenes to life.

You’ll learn advanced techniques in character modelling, rigging and character animation. You’ll use dynamics and particles, with cloth and fluid simulations to achieve impressive visual effects. Together with sophisticated lighting and rendering techniques you’ll create work that has a professional polish. You’ll use industry-based processes throughout the year, from creating conceptual artwork and storyboards to building a showreel that reflects the skills you have learned.

full time

41 weeks

level 6

nZQa approved

course components

Art and Design

Develop creative and design skills; study life drawing, animation and animation history, screen composition, lighting and colour; develop an understanding of visual language and how to create storyboards.

Animation Principles

Make objects move in a realistic way; learn how to use weight, elasticity, anticipation and exaggeration to show thoughts and attitudes of a character or object.

Industry Practice

Learn how copyright and legal issues affect production; how an animation production is managed and how workflow is organised; develop communication skills essential for working in animation industries.

Modelling and Rigging

Model both mechanical and organic forms using the latest 3D modelling techniques; design and create characters complete with facial expressions and skeletons for use in animations.

Character Animation

Bring characters to life; learn how acting and directing can influence animation; create walk cycles; animate a character to convey emotions and thoughts.

Animation Production

Finish animations to a commercial standard; design surfaces and light scenes; manage rendering and complete animation using compositing techniques.

Visual Effects (VFX)

Incorporate smoke, fire, weather and explosions into your animations. Use 3D matte painting techniques to create realistic environments.

Group Project

Working as part of a team, create an animated short film using all the skills learnt through the course; this group project simulates working in an animation studio.

Individual / Joint Project Showreel

Apply what you have learnt to produce a short animation to include in your showreel.


Software used on this course includes Maya, Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Audition.


PC computers, digital video cameras, sound recording equipment, video production room with studio lighting and green screen.


Assessments are graded against standards-based criteria. All projects are to be produced to an industry standard. There are no examinations. You are encouraged to develop your own design style and technical skills. You will assemble a showreel of your work to showcase your skills to potential employers.

entry reQuirements

Yoobee’s Diploma in Animation and Digital Video is designed as an excellent pathway into this course. However, if you have not done this course, you can still be accepted if you can demonstrate equivalent 3D modelling and animation skills in your showreel.

career opportunities

Career opportunities include 3D animator, 3D modeller, 3D texture painter, character designer, character TD/rigger, VFX artist, matte painter, compositor and animation production coordinator.

further learninG

Once you have successfully completed this course, you could diversify your skills in the Diploma in Digital Filmmaking (Advanced) or the Diploma in Advanced 3D graphics.






If you’ve always wanted to make movies and music videos, then this is the course for you. You’ll learn how to shoot quality footage and turn it into a work of art using advanced digital post-production techniques. At the start of the course you’ll learn movie-making basics including idea generation, scriptwriting, production design, planning, legal issues, lighting and cinematography. Working in a team you’ll write, direct and shoot your own short film. Then you’ll learn how to really polish your work using post-production techniques such as editing, audio mixing, motion graphics, compositing, VFX and DVD authoring. By the end of the course you’ll have a showreel to impress prospective employers, as well as your own short film. From here, you may choose to go on to further study in filmmaking or use your skills to apply for a job in the exciting industries of film and television or post-production.

course components

Video Production

Video production processes: from concept to storyboarding, pre-production planning, shooting and editing; working in teams to shoot short films.

Video Editing

Learn how to edit footage, shot at different times and locations, to create a compelling and interesting story.

Audio Post Production

Edit, process and effect audio; edit voiceovers and music, create foley effects and assemble soundtracks.

Compositing and Visual Effects (VFX)

Integrate 3D animation and live motion video, and composite multiple video sources to create fantastic visual effects.

Graphic Design

Create vector and bitmap graphics for use in motion graphics and television commercials.

Motion Graphics

Combine design skills with animation and effects to create animated visuals for TVCs, titles, idents and DVDs.

DVD Authoring

Create DVD menus and interfaces; encode video for DVD and author DVD titles.

Film Studies

What works and why? Critique and analyse some of the best (and worst) film and television ever created.

Industry Practice

Learn how copyright and legal issues affect video post-production; learn how production is managed, workflow is organised; develop communication skills essential to success.

Individual Project and Showreel

Working on your own, or with others, apply all the techniques you have mastered to create a video to a commercial standard.

full time

41 weeks

level 6

nZQa approved


Software used on this course includes Avid Media Composer, Pro Tools, Encore, Nuke.


PC computers, DSLR and HDV digital video cameras, sound recording equipment and a video production room with lighting and green screen.


Assessments are graded against standards-based criteria. All projects are to be produced to an industry standard. There are no examinations. You are encouraged to develop your own design style and technical skills. You will assemble a showreel of your work to showcase your skills to potential employers.

entry reQuirements

Yoobee’s Diploma in Animation and Digital Video is designed as an excellent pathway into this course. By successfully completing this course you will have the necessary core skills in digital imaging, video production, editing and compositing to maximise your learning potential in the Diploma in Digital Filmmaking (Advanced). Applicants who have not completed the Diploma in Animation and Video are still eligible for direct entry if they can demonstrate a range of video production skills. This will require submission of examples of completed video projects for consideration.

further learninG

Once you have successfully completed this course, you could diversify your skills in Yoobee’s Diploma of Animation (Advanced).

career opportunities

Career opportunities include filmmaker, video editor, motion graphics designer, video artist, compositor, VFX artist and VFX production coordinator.


The Diploma in Advanced 3D Graphics is a new programme, offered for the first time in 2013*. It allows students to specialise in 3D graphics, creating a showreel that demonstrates their skills to employers. In this competitive industry, it’s skills rather than qualifications that get you work and a solid show reel is proof of your creative talent and technical skill.

New graduates sometimes find themselves in a ‘Catch-22’ situation. They can’t get work without a showreel, but they can’t make a good showreel without industry experience. This studio-based course works closely with employers to teach you advanced skills on industry standard software. We then give you the time, guidance and resources needed to create an impressive showreel. Whether you’re intent on a career as an animator, texture artist, visual effects artist, technical director or some other 3D graphics position, this 41-week course will fast-track you towards employment.

course components

Introductory Project

Warm up and get to know the Yoobee environment by completing a small group project using your existing skills.

Advanced Techniques in 3D Graphics

Get a taste of a number of advanced techniques and tools in areas such as modelling, animation, texturing, rigging, scripting and visual effects. Apply these to industry standard examples.

Industry Theory

Enhance your understanding of design skills, life drawing, screen composition, lighting and colour. Develop your understanding of visual language and the communication skills essential for working in 3D graphic industries through practice and presentations from industry experts.

Team Production Project

Work as part of a team in a simulated animation studio to create a 3D short film using all the skills learnt. Gain a better




full time

41 weeks

level 7

nZQa approved

Individual Project

Showreel and portfolio development – develop your

understanding of industry standards and needs in your chosen 3D graphics specialist area and take your skills to another level. Research and present your findings on an advanced topic that interests you. Produce an individual showreel and accompanying print portfolio that effectively showcase your talent to prospective employers.


All projects are to be produced to a commercial standard. There are no examinations. You are encouraged to develop your own design style and technical skills. You will assemble a showreel of your work to showcase your skills to potential employers.

entry reQuirements

Yoobee’s Diploma of Animation (Advanced) is an excellent pathway into this course. However if you have not done this course you can still be accepted if you can


High spec computers, digital video cameras, sound recording equipment, video production room with studio lighting and blue/green screen.


Maya, Photoshop, AfterEffects, Encore, Mudbox, Motionbuilder, Zbrush, Mari, Nuke, Renderman, Python.

career opportunities

3D animators, 3D modellers, 3D texture painter, character TD/rigger, VFX artist, matte painter, compositor, animation production coordinator.

* Course content is subject to change to ensure continued industry relevance.






Become a powerhouse of design ingenuity and skill. This is where you can innovate, experiment, and develop your technical, research and presentation skills, and really let your creativity take flight. This hands-on visual communications course will help you take the next step in your digital design career. Develop your existing creative and technical skills. Explore art and design history, enhance your research and communication skills, strengthen your professional skills with practical career advice, CV and interview tips, and undertake real projects for industry clients. The Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) is challenging and rewarding. It will help make you more competitive in your search for a career in design and act as a pathway to further your studies at a degree level. Either way, you’ll graduate with a portfolio that really stands out and have true confidence in your creative abilities.

full time

35 weeks

level 7

nZQa approved

course components


The main component of the programme. It comprises of three phases, each containing multiple briefs.

Design Foundations

Learn design skills to enhance your research, conceptual and communication abilities.

Group Projects

Work in teams to create design solutions for creative briefs.

Industry Projects

Complete two projects for real clients.

Professional Practice

This course focuses on the complementary skills associated with firstly finding and ultimately working in the New Zealand design industry.

Design History

Explore major design movements, figures and icons of twentieth century design, developing concepts and understandings of design works. These participatory classes which include research activities are aimed at providing a historical perspective that will enhance your conceptual and communication abilities.

Art History

Explore major movements, figures and icons in art, developing concepts and understandings of visual works. These participatory classes which include research activities are aimed at providing a historical perspective you can apply to your own studio practice.


Students have access to computers for the duration of the course. Digital cameras, scanners, printers and industry standard software are also used.


Your work will be graded to standards reflecting those required in industry. The course emphasises professional behaviour, involves regular critiques, and requires presentations to peer, tutor and industry audiences.

further learninG

The Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) provides pathways for students wanting to pursue further study at degree level. Yoobee currently has formal degree pathways in place with a number of institutions as well as offerring the Bachelor of Applied Science. (See page 28)

career opportunities

Depending on your specialisation, this course can qualify you for jobs in print, advertising, design, web design or interactive design.

entry reQuirements

Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) applicants may have completed a Level 6 Yoobee diploma, or similar course at another tertiary institution, or may have experience in a related industry. You will need to have a high level of technical skills in digital media software. Where possible applicants are required to attend an interview and present a portfolio of their work.





Upgrade your Yoobee creative diplomas with a Bachelor in Applied Science degree from the Open Polytechnic. Just one more year of study and you will walk away with at least three qualifications. The programme is a blended onsite/online-learning model. You will study at Yoobee School of Design’s Auckland City Road campus under Yoobee tutors, while leveraging Open Polytechnic’s online learning resources. All required classes are held in the morning, leaving you free to undertake part-time employment in afternoons and evenings.

full time, 48 weeks

level 7

nZQa approved

(auckland only)

why do i need a deGree?

In today’s volatile work environment, you need to be self-motivated and a confident problem-solver. The BAppSci courses focus on a problem-solving approach, promoting skills in:

• Effective thinking • Communication • Relationship building

• Accessing and using information

The BAppSci will give you a fantastic start to your creative career. By improving your skills, you will have shown both personal responsibility and initiative – attitudes highly sought after by employers.

admissions reQuirements

To be eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Applied Science through the Yoobee Pathway, applicants will have successfully completed:

• PC9332 Diploma of Computer Graphic Design (Level 6) [131 credits] And • Or PC9477 Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) (Level 7) [137 credits] • Or PC9462 Diploma of Web Development (Level 6) [135 credits]

All students must meet the academic and admission requirements as stated in specific programme regulations. If you do not meet these requirements, we will consider the probability of you passing the course and then make a decision before approving your application. You may need to provide evidence such as records of past academic history and/or current CV.

reQuired courses

Compulsory Courses (all are required)

Course Code Course Title Level Credits

72160 Statistical Analysis 5 20

71353 Project Management 7 20

72399 Innovation: designing

for a sustainable future 7 60

Students admitted to the programme through the Web Diploma will have to take a fourth compulsory course.

Compulsory Course

Course Code Course Title Level Credits

73213 Research Methods

and Interpretation 6 20

All students also complete one of the following two elective courses:

Elective Courses

Course Code Course Title Level Credits

74342 Research Paper 7 20

74347 Practicum 7 20


With the support of your degree facilitator, you will negotiate a supervised placement at a suitable workplace. The placement must involve a substantial amount of work relevant to your course of study, and it must last for a minimum of 100 hours. The aim of the practicum is to enhance your professional skills. The practicum will provide you with a significant learning experience that complements


We measure your progress and judge whether you have achieved the learning outcomes of your course through assessments such as essays, reports, tasks, projects, block course work, examinations, and practicums.

There are two types of assessment:

Formative assessment: which involves activities and

feedback designed to improve learning. This is not used to decide your final result.

Summative assessment: which involves grading of internal

assessments that decide your final result.

Assessment varies for each course. Full details will be in the course information handbook, which is sent to you when you enrol.

what our student’s say

“As well as developing of my critical thinking skills, the degree has given me more time to research projects than I had during GD & DMA. I’ve been able to use that time to talk to industry and get advice for industry projects and then go in depth with the processes of idea development.“

- Lee Taniwha


Is your English level stopping you from going further in design? Now you can improve your language skills while learning basic design in a range of media. Forget language schools where no one speaks English outside class. At Yoobee School of Design you can mingle with New Zealand and international students, improve your English and create exciting design work using the latest programs. This course allows you to try a number of different design projects to decide on your creative direction.

enGlish component

You will study English for three hours each day, Monday to Thursday, with Friday set aside for test preparation. Our aim is to bring your English up to the level needed for entry to Yoobee’s diploma courses. You will learn everyday listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, and become familiar with the language of design.





desiGn components

You will study digital design for two hours each day including a self-directed study class. You will also have access to computers outside of class hours if you want to work on projects in your own time. You will learn a wide range of design skills and be able to put together a dynamic portfolio or showreel of all the work you have completed in this course:

Photography and Photoshop

Study photography, image layout and composition in Photoshop. Learn how to create panoramas and manipulate images.


Learn the basic principles of 2D animation, develop a character and create a short animation piece in Flash.

Digital Video

Study filmmaking methods, then plan, shoot and edit footage shot on a digital camera to create a short film.

full time

12-24 weeks

level 3

nZQa approved

Print Design

Learn about layout and print design using Illustrator and InDesign.

Web Design

Learn to build and test a simple website.


Software used on this course includes Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, iMovie, After Effects and Dreamweaver.


Apple Mac computers, digital cameras, scanners and printers.


Your English will be assessed on your class work and tests during your course. There will also be a final exam. You can choose to take an external English test as well, such as International English Language Test System (IELTS), Cambridge English Exam or TOEFL. Your digital design skills will be assessed through briefs you complete every two to three weeks. You must complete and pass each of the briefs to gain this qualification.

further learninG

Once you have successfully completed the course, your options for further study depend on the language level you have reached. You can apply for one of the diploma level courses

such as the Diploma of Computer Graphic Design or the Diploma in Animation and Digital Video.


WheRe haVe






Bradley McFlinn

Diploma in Animation & Digtal Video Weta Digital

Oliver McGredy Rosser

Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) Entertain Me

Amanda Walker

Diploma of Animation (Advanced) Truescape Ltd

Jack Hintz

Diploma in Animation & Digital Video Mak-Corp

Gabriel Van Der Westhuizen

Diploma of Web Development Mybiz

Anthony Williams

Diploma In Digital Filmmaking (Advanced) TVNZ

Na Ling (Linda)

Diploma of Animation (Advanced) Stickmen Studios

Daniel Puller

Diploma of Graphic Design

Apparell & Merchandising Solutions

Wayde Hewitt

Diploma of Graphic Design Printstop

Delyce Liggett

Diploma of Graphic Design Scholastic OZ

Heather O’Leary

Diploma In Digital Filmmaking (Advanced) Optic Nova Studios

Sam Reddington

Diploma In Digital Filmmaking (Advanced) Ogilvy

Alex Huang

Diploma of Web Development SILR

Caleb Barnett

Diploma of Graphic Design Charta Packaging

Josh Post

Diploma of Web Development Plastic Studio

Jeremy Bates

Diploma of Web Development


James McDougal

Diploma of Web Development


Libby Riley

Diploma of Graphic Design Diploma of Web Development The Church

Robyn Sorenson

Diploma of Web Development

Diploma In Digital Filmmaking (Advanced) Inspiration Education

Bryony Hawkhead

Diploma of Graphic Design Diploma of Web Development OPNZ



Diploma in Video Post Production (now Digital Filmmaking) graduate Manuel Payan is now a senior graphic

designer at advertising company Interbrand DDB Group, where he creates graphic executions for brands. “The practical skills I gained at Yoobee are a

constant in my everyday workload, particularly those in graphic design and after-effects. “Another key learning was time and workflow

management. These are extremely important for the successful completion of any project. “The typical Yoobee graduate has a hyperactive

mind, making them both ambitious and productive. They’re known for great execution, delivering high-quality product with an eye for detail.

“My tutor was the most imaginative and over-productive artist I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. Every project run by her was an absolute blast.”



Graphic Design graduate Jess Holdaway is now running her own business, FRANK stationery. It’s a fantastic start-up that gives to children in need in NZ. For every piece of stationery you buy, FRANK will give the same item to a child living in poverty. “All the technical skills I learnt at Yoobee have been great and have

enhanced our business, but the most valuable thing I took away from my time at Yoobee was work ethic. Be diligent, be on time, and stick to deadlines. Plan and make room for your creativity. It’s about letting boundaries and deadlines enhance you creativity, not stunt it. “My tutor at Yoobee was great. Accessible, easy to talk to and

always willing to give me more time. Yoobee classes are small so you get to know all the other students around you too. “My advice is, if you are going to be a designer, be a good

one. Work hard and take the opportunities to learn. You can make the decision to be average or exceptional. Take the feedback, good or bad, and learn from it.”

You can support Jess and NZ children in need at www.frankstationery.com


We are a caring and connected community that supports your journey in the creative industries. Our friendly and supportive staff take the time to ensure you are playing to your strengths and always headed in the right direction.

visit our campus – know your

way round before you start

You’ll have plenty of opportunities to visit our campus before your course starts. Come to one of our Yoobee open days, enrol in a taster workshop or make an appointment for a guided tour of the campus. When your course begins, you’ll attend an orientation, getting the opportunity to meet your classmates and ask any burning questions.

creative community – keeps you

headinG in the riGht direction

Students of all ages and backgrounds study with us. Some are school-leavers while others have taken time out from the workplace to retrain. Our strong international reputation attracts a number of overseas students as well. This diverse mix of experience and cultures gives Yoobee a truly unique feel and strengthens our inclusive creative environment.

small classes – Quality time with

your tutor

Our tutors are here to help. Most classes are taught in small labs and all classes have an average of 20 students. Yoobee insists on this high staff to student ratio because it allows you quality time working closely with our experienced tutors. You’ll have your own work station and access to professional video and camera equipment when you need it.

tutor assistants – help from people

who Get it!

If you’re having difficulty with any part of your course, Yoobee can provide you with a free tutor assistant. These are senior students who excelled in their studies. Maybe you will even be a tutor assistant yourself one day.

student representatives

– you Get to have your say

We like to listen, and this is your chance to help us ensure we’re getting it right. Our student representatives meet with Yoobee management staff regularly to give feedback and discuss present new ideas.

intakes throuGhout the year

– don’t wait start now

We have several intakes throughout the year. This means you can start your course when it’s right for you. We don’t have long semester breaks, so you can complete your Yoobee course in 35 to 41 weeks.

on-campus activities – your student

years are meant to be fun

Yoobee campus activities include everything from culture celebrations to Xbox game competitions. There is a student committee on each campus that helps organise these events, so get involved.

employment support

– we help you Get there

Our student employment coordinators work closely with industry to find employment and internship opportunities for you. They also give support and advice to help you apply for jobs and move into industry.

international students

– specialised staff to help

It’s exciting to travel to a new country and experience a new way of life, but sometimes all those new challenges can be overwhelming. Our supportive and approachable team are ready to assist. We meet you when you arrive, arrange accommodation and help you with all sorts of practical advice. We want you to feel welcome and to enjoy your Yoobee experience.

Each Yoobee campus has a dedicated liaison officer to assist international students and advocate on their behalf. English language support is available on all three campuses, and our Auckland campus has a full time English teacher.




Yoobee SChool of DeSign iS a loT




Code of Practice

Yoobee School of Design has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students. Copies of the Code are available from the NZQA website at www.nzqa.govt.nz


Full details of immigration requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available from Immigration New Zealand. This can be viewed on their website at


Eligibility for Health Services

Most international students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand. If you receive medical treatment during your visit, you may be liable for the full costs of that treatment. Full details on entitlements to publicly funded health services are available through the Ministry of Health, and can be viewed on their website at www.moh.govt.nz.

Accident Insurance

The Accident Compensation Corporation provides accident insurance for all New Zealand citizens, residents, and temporary visitors to New Zealand, but you may still be liable for all other medical and related costs. Further information can be viewed on the ACC website at www.acc.co.nz

Medical and Travel Insurance

International students (including group students) must have appropriate and current medical and travel insurance while in New Zealand.




unitec in auckland

Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) graduates can apply for direct entry into Year 3 of Unitec’s 3-year Bachelor of Design and Visual Arts (Graphic Design and Animation) degree.

Requirements:In gaining Yoobee’s Digital Media (Advanced) diploma, Unitec requires you to have passed all three theory modules in the course – Art History, Design History and Professional Practices.

waikato institute of technoloGy

(wintec) in hamilton

Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) graduates can apply for direct entry into Year 3 of Wintec’s 3-year Bachelor of Media Arts (Visual Arts) degree.

Requirements:A grade of at least 60% in Yoobee’s Digital Media (Advanced) course. Submit an application to study and undertake an interview.


DegRee PaThWaYS in PlaCe







whitecliffe colleGe of arts

and desiGn in auckland

Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) graduates can apply for direct entry into Year 3 of Whitecliffe’s 4-year Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Requirements:Whitecliffe will consider allowing Digital Media (Advanced) graduates who have produced an exceptional standard of work to enter at Year 4. All applications are treated on a case-by-case basis and some additional courses may be required.

whitireia community

polytechnic in porirua

Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced) graduates can apply for direct entry into Year 3 of Whitireia’s 3-year Bachelor of Applied Arts (Visual Arts and Design) degree.

Requirements:Yoobee applicants must submit a portfolio including visual diary research and evidence of writing ability.

Yoobee is constantly looking to extend the number of degree pathways it can offer its graduates. As new agreements are finalised they will be added to the summary of degree pathways that can be found on the Yoobee website – yoobee.ac.nz.




short courses

We offer a variety of day, evening or weekend short courses throughout the year at all our campuses. They are designed for people interested in learning new skills for personal or professional development. Some students undertake short course study as a pathway to diploma study, or to assist in meeting entry criteria for diploma study. Some secondary schools choose to use their funding to provide opportunities for their students to attend these courses. We also offer one-on-one tuition and can customise training to suit individual, school or industry needs. Our fees are competitive, hours flexible and we have highly qualified tutors. Visit yoobee.ac.nz for more information.

books and diGital resources

Yoobee digital resources are software specific and developed for educational institutes and design

professionals internationally. Topics covered include graphic design, illustration, image manipulation, web design, animation and digital video. Software includes InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, plus many more. These step-by-step guide-books are ideal for teachers, facilitators and educators of courses that include graphic arts, computer based design, web development or movie making with digital video and animation.

online courses

Yoobee School of Design is now online.

Our online campus offers you all the Yoobee School of Design teaching and content expertise – online, anywhere, anytime. Yoobee is the only provider in New Zealand offering digital design short courses online, and one of the few in the world providing an interactive, real-time learning environment. Yoobee Online provides a combination of live

classroom sessions, video presentations, individual virtual tutor sessions and supportive forums where students can engage with each other and share achievements, challenges, questions and work. These state of the art classes can be designed to suit your students learning needs, and taught at a time to suit your schedule. They will provide an engaging, interactive



louise cook,

sales manaGer

“We’ve employed at least ten Yoobee graduates at our Christchurch digital creative agency. They’ve taken on a wide range of roles from graphic design (web), to front end developers (website integration) and project management (digital). “Yoobee graduates come to us with

a strong understanding of digital trends in this fast-moving industry. “They are cross-trained in both

design and the more technical aspects of web development. “They have a good working

knowledge of industry

requirements, learn our processes quickly and adapt well to change within our evolving organisation.”

cal marsh,


“Our whole digital creative team are Yoobee graduates. “We prefer Yoobee grads because

we know exactly what they’ve been taught and to what level. This means we work very well together and carry the same qualities when it comes to programming. “We’ve employed more than a

dozen Yoobee graduates in jobs from junior and senior developers to UI/UX experts and SEO teams. “Essentially, they’re ready to hit

the ground running from the day they come to work for us.”

cade oGle,

wellinGton reGional manaGer

“We’ve hired six Yoobee graduates in the past three years in roles including colour operator, pre-press, design and sales. “Yoobee graduates have a

strong drive to do well and impress. They don’t come in with a big head. They try hard and are willing to learn.”



1. Complete the application form. We need a verified form of ID with your application. 2. We will contact you to make an appointment

for an interview.

3. Bring with you examples of your work, as outlined in the entry requirements for the course you want to study. 4. We will review your application and discuss

your planned study pathway.

5. You will be offered a place in an appropriate course. You will receive a letter of confirmation which also outlines payment methods.

6. You arrange fee payment.

7. A first day letter is sent 3-4 weeks before course starts, outlining the programme for the first day. 8. Congratulations! You are now a Yoobee Student!

neeD helP ChooSing The RighT


The aPPliCaTion PRoCeSS?

0800 66 55 44 yoobee.ac.nZ








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reQuirements ENTRY – iCreate OR – Portfolio

AND – illustration and digital imaging software experience

PLUS – Previous experience with a computer programming or scripting language, logical thinking and/or problem solving.

where to from here?

Diploma in Graphic Design Diploma in Web Development Diploma in Digital Media (Advanced)



Pg 16

reQuirements ENTRY – iCreate OR – Portfolio

where to from here?

Diploma in Interactive Design Diploma in Digital Media (Advanced) Diploma in Web Development




Pg 12


ENTRY – iCreate OR – Portfolio

AND – illustration and digital imaging software experience

where to from here?

Diploma in Digital Filmmaking (Advanced) Diploma in Animation (Advanced)




Pg 28


ENTRY – Open

Basic computer skills required



Pg 10


ENTRY – Open

Basic computer skills required

where to from here?

Diploma in Graphic Design Diploma in Interactive Design Diploma in Web Development Diploma in Animation & Digital Video


eVeRYone haS


anD aSPiRaTionS

foR TheiR CaReeR

anD TheY haPPen aT

DiffeRenT STageS.

That’s why at Yoobee we offer a range of courses at different levels with pathway opportunities for students to broaden their skills with further study or gain entry straight into the workforce. You have the option of several entry and exit points and we structure the timing of our courses so it is easy to finish one course and move straight into the start of a new one.



Pg 14


ENTRY – Level 5 or 6 Diploma OR – work experience





Pg 22


ENTRY – Diploma in Animation & Digital Video OR – Showreel

where to from here?

Diploma in 3D Graphics (Advanced)



Pg 20


ENTRY – Diploma in Animation & Digital Video OR – Showreel

where to from here?

Diploma in 3D Graphics (Advanced) Diploma in Digital Filmmaking (Advanced)



Pg 24


ENTRY – Diploma in Animation (Advanced) OR – Showreel



Pg 26


ENTRY – Any Level 6 Diploma AND – Portfolio

where to from here?

Bachelor of Applied Science at Yoobee



Pg 28


ENTRY – Successfully completion of: Diploma of Computer Graphic Design Or Diploma of Web Development And Diploma of Digital Media (Advanced)

entry criteria

A basic level of computer skills and creativity is required for entry to all Yoobee School of Design courses. For entry to some diplomas, you must first complete a course at an earlier level, or be able to demonstrate your knowledge of specific software through examples of your own work.

To apply for any of our programmes, you must submit an application and be interviewed.




If English is not your first language, you will be required to demonstrate your English language competence. The test we prefer is the International English Language Test System (IELTS).

Certificate in English and Design – IELTS 5.0 (no subtests lower than 5.0)

Certificate in Digital Media (iCreate) – IELTS 5.5 (no subtests lower than 5.0)

Diploma in Animation and Digital Video Level 5 – IELTS 5.5 (no subtests lower than 5.0) All Level 6 and 7 Diplomas – IELTS 6.0 (no subtests lower than 5.5)

Alternatively, we can provide an online English placement test, and will also consider some English for Academic Purposes (EAP), TOEFL, Cambridge results, and New Zealand high school English credits. Contact us for more details.


2014 FEES






$1,076 $7,500 FEB, MAY, SEP JAN MAR, SEP JAN, MAY, SEP




$6,697 $18,375 FEB, APR, MAY FEB, JUL FEB, APR, MAY








$6,697 $18,375 FEB, APR, JUL,




$6,484 $18,375 FEB, APR, JUL MAY, JUL FEB, JUL




$6,697 $18,375 APR APR APR



(ADVANCED) $7,566 $18,375 APR APR




$7,355 $19,250 FEB — —




$6,916 $19,250 MAR, JUL FEB APR, JUN




N/A $9,000


all content is subject to chanGe. please check our website for updates.


Each of our three campuses in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch run a number of open days, open weeks and taster workshops throughout the year. These are designed to help you find out more about Yoobee School of Design before enrolling with us. Visitors are welcome, just give us a call.


Our open days give you the chance to come on campus, take a personal tour and check out our facilities. We have examples of the great work produced by our students on display and you can talk to our friendly staff about specific courses and career options in the digital design industry. Check the web for dates and times.


We offer FREE workshops to people interested in our courses. These give basic hands-on experience with industry-standard software as well as the opportunity to meet our tutors, learn more about Yoobee and have any questions answered. Book in now. These workshops are in high demand!


Our exhibition weeks are a chance to see a showcase of the new work produced at each of our campuses. They also allow Yoobee graduates to meet and talk to employers about job opportunities. These events are run at different times during the year at each campus.


NZ fREEPHONE 0800 66 55 44

INTERNATIONAL +64 3 379 7120



Level 4, 3 City Road PO Box 68011 Auckland, 1010 Tel +64 9 303 3120 Fax +64 9 302 4124 auckland@yoobee.ac.nz


Level 2, 20 Kent Terrace PO Box 6845 Wellington, 6141 Tel +64 4 384 9624 Fax +64 4 384 9626 wellington@yoobee.ac.nz


Level 2, Otakaro Building University of Canterbury Dovedale Ave PO Box 13824 Christchurch, 8141 Tel + 64 3 377 1978 Fax +64 3 377 3232 christchurch@yoobee.ac.nz



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