In line with our philosophy for continuous development, AKTO introduces the two year vocational training programmes – IEK to its programmes of study, covering almost all the educational levels in Applied and Fine Arts, Design and Media. The vocational studies programmes – IEK offer greater flexibility both in attendance and fees, with the status and credibility of AKTO – the most specialized educational institution in Art & Design in Greece.
Philosophy of the programme
In today’s times, the extensive use of computers and the rapid development of technology and software programmes, have given enormous capabilities to the moving image sector. Animation plays an important role in this, especially in the domination of Visual Communication and information, broadening important applications fields.
The subjects taught during your studies, are the following:
History of Art, Graphic design, Drawing-Colour-Sketch, Print & Multimedia Production Technology, Digital manipulation of image, Graphic Arts Colour, Digital manipulation of models, Illustration-Storyboarding, Script-Directing, Music, 3D Animation.
Upon successful completion of the two year cycle of studies, graduates are awarded the Vocational Studies Certificate, giving them the right to take part in the certification examinations undertaken by E.O.P.P.E.P. (National Organisation for the Certification of Qualifications & Vocational Guidance) leading to the Vocational Diploma. With the acquirement of a recognized diploma, the graduate is able to participate in competitions announced by ASEP.
Graduates of all I.E.K. in Greece, public and private, can equally participate in the examinations by E.O.P.P.E.P., both on a theoretical and practical level. The Vocational Training Certificates issued by private I.E.K. are, in all aspects, equal to those issued by the public I.E.K.
Graduates of the programme are employed in advertising films production companies, television and cinema, multimedia production companies, film production companies for television and cinema, research institutions and museums working on the construction of representational models.