[Bf-education] Certified Trainer Program
Jason van Gumster
jason at handturkeystudios.com
Thu Sep 21 20:34:44 CEST 2006
This looks like a very good start. My only concern is the application
process. Are they getting certified for that particular tutorial, or
in general? If it's the former, then do they have to spend $50 to
certify each tutorial that they create? If it's the latter, then how
do we determine if their other work is within the bounds of
Also, so much more can be covered in a live, physical workshop; much
more than be covered in a tutorial (wiki, video, or otherwise). Is a
certification for a wiki/video tutorial combo supposed to allow them to
be certified for workshop-style instruction? If not, how does that get
covered? If so, is there any sort of oversight to make sure they're
not talking trash during their presentations?
On the whole, though, I really like it. Thanks for writing it up!
David Millet <spiderworm at blendernation.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'd like to propose getting the Blender Certified Trainer program
> started. Please take a look at my proposal:
> http://mediawiki.blender.org/index.php/Bf-education/certification .
> Let's discuss this, make some decisions, and start it up.
> David Millet (aka spiderworm)
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