Learning materials for Unity Certified User certifications
Preparing your students for certification is a big responsibility, so let Certiport make your job easier and more effective with official resources. There are a number of learning resources available to help prepare for the exam: Unity Certified User Courseware, Create with Code course and Unity Learn. Learners can complete any combination of these resources including a practice exam to prepare themselves for the certification.
Unity Certified User courseware
The Unity Certified User courseware, within GMetrix, provides a structured, self-study program that includes everything a student would need to tackle the Unity Certified User exams. Students will learn the Unity platform, C# programming and game development fundamentals by following the hands-on production of multiple working projects in both 2D and 3D including:
- 12 video-based modules with accompanying text references for key concepts (88 videos, approximately 10 hours)
- 3 distinct complete projects with associated assets that you or your students will complete in the Unity Editor
- Endless Runner - A 2D platformer game in the "endless runner" genre
- Bunny Ball - A third-person, 3D, physics-based arcade game
- Crash Scene - A low-poly 3D neighborhood scene with dynamic cameras and cut-scenes
- Embedded challenges and quizzes to reinforce learning
- The course should take about 20 hours to complete independently
The Endless Runner is one of the games that students learn to build as part of the Unity Certified User course within GMetrix. See the demo video below.
Create with Code course
Create with Code
is a self-paced course designed for students to master the fundamentals of computer science and programming in C# over a series of projects. Students apply computer science fundamentals that they learn in the course along with learning project management skills as they make fun mini-games. Students also leverage their own creativity, as the course culminates with building their own personal game.
- 5 main video-based units with accompanying materials
- Driving Simulator: A car that can steer down a road, avoiding (or hitting) obstacles in the way
- Feed the Animals: A top-down game where you throw food at animals, who are charging towards you
- Run and Jump: A side-scrolling game where the player needs to time their jumps over oncoming obstacles
- Sumo Battle: A game where the player tries to knock off waves of enemies, using power-ups to help defeat them
- Quick Click: A game where the player needs to click on objects tossed in the air before they fall off the screen
- Each unit includes creating a distinct prototype with a challenge and a quiz
- The course ends with a lab where students complete their own personal project, a game of their own design
- The course should take about 40 hours to complete independently
is a free learning platform and home to Unity’s award-winning learning materials with a collection of hundreds of free projects and tutorials.
- Easily search learning materials by topic, content type, and level of expertise to find exactly what you need including two new beginner projects – Ruby’s Adventure: 2D Beginner and John Lemon’s Haunted Jaunt: 3D Beginner
- Track your own learning journey progress and completion
- Tutorials have an improved presentation that puts the how-to instructions, video clips, and code snippets front and center, making it easier to switch between Unity Learn and the Unity Editor
Get started with free Unity software
Individuals can download the Personal edition to their own computer for free. Educators and schools can request a site license and qualifying not-for-profit educational institutions and programs can receive a free version. Learn more at Unity Education.
*These materials are not comprehensive across all the exam objectives.