AITT eSports was established out of a clear need to provide skills and pathways for those interested in participating in one of the fastest growing industries in the world today - the eSports industry.
AITT eSports offers the most exciting pathways for students.
AITT (Australian Institute of Technology Transfer) has been proudly Australian owned and operated for over seventeen years. We are a competency based training organisation driven entirely by the needs of our clients, and the needs of industry.
We have helped government organisations, private and public enterprises, institutions, professionals, and jobseekers attain pathways to success.We have awarded thousands of qualifications from over 500 different organisations, and in more than 14 countries.
“If I spend all my time gaming and don’t make it as a professional, I am not sure what I will do after that.”
Many young people all over the world today face unique challenges when they contemplate beginning a career in eSports. Some of the challenges we hear include:
Our mission is to build pathways for all individuals interested in an eSports related career.
We will achieve this by:
Hanif's career spans from consulting in mining, oil & gas to business & strategy. He spends A LOT of his income on gaming gear, which sadly doesn't improve his K/D ratio.
Arian is a gaming enthusiast from Stockholm, Sweden with a Bachelors of Commerce. He has a passion for competitive gaming & CS:GO.
Liam is a designer who has spent more time gaming than designing. He went pro in 2001 by winning his school's Pokémon tournament and never looked back.
Chris doesn't really play games. He's too busy being a part-time coder and a full-time punk.
Gaye's passion lies in coaching and mentoring, and acquiring positive results through hard work and commitment through the right attitude.
Asanka is responsible for managing the day to day finances of AITT eSports. Basically he is really important because he ensures we all get paid on time.
Jason has helped people build strong teams, make good decisions and share knowledge. His approach is to give people control over their learning and support them.