[Bf-education] Trainer Certification Entry
pim de groot (mifune)
blenderonline at gmail.com
Fri Apr 20 16:54:41 CEST 2007
i can agree with giving out certificates to people who have proven
themselves in the community. they have shown that they can teach (with
tutorials, videotutorials and/or workshops) and that they know blender.
pim de groot (mifune)
On 4/20/07, Ton Roosendaal <ton at blender.org> wrote:
> Hi Pim,
> Thanks for the offer to help out, that's appreciated a lot!
> > it basicaly comes down to that we can't test online if somebody can
> > teach and that we should take another aproach (more focussing on
> > knowledge).
> Yes, that is why I also proposed to just accept it that people have
> proven knowledge in one way or another online.
> I don't want to be too picky for the first certicates... we need to get
> things going. The proposed structure (certificates are only valid when
> on blender.org, and only granted for 1 year) will allow us to correct
> mistakes and improve in due time.
> Can you agree on that?
> > also id like to point out that i'm still interested in organizing the
> > creation of the certification program. Ive got some experience with
> > project management and i think i can make this much more structured. I
> > only need a mentor that kicks my ass once in a while.
> > Pim de groot (mifune)
> > On 4/20/07, Jason van Gumster <jason at handturkeystudios.com> wrote:
> >> Ton Roosendaal <ton at blender.org> wrote:
> >> > Question: who on this list wants a certificate too, and qualifies in
> >> > one way or another?
> >> Ooh! Ooh! Me! Me! ;)
> >> Seriously, though, I would like to be officially certified and I would
> >> also very much be interested in helping shape the future of the
> >> certification program.
> >> Assuming that everyone approves of the current/original certification
> >> plan... at least as a starting point to evolve from (how do we
> >> determine
> >> this? a vote?), what's the next phase?Assemble an official
> >> 'certification team' and offer certifications in the e-shop?
> >> -Fweeb
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