Yeah, Centennial usually offers really practical training, which is one of the reasons I was happy they began offering a diploma course in this field.
This particular thing is a "sexy" career field, which I am a bit concerned about - a lot of people are trying to enter it right now unprepared to actually have to do *ugh* WORK. However, I'm aiming at leveraging some prior skills to have a slightly different end job aim than most people in the course. As well as which I'll be able to use the skills for my own projects.
I might have to take a couple of targeted night classes afterwards to really do what I want (and make the really good money too... muahaha).