[Bf-education] About certification...
hodges at tablechairwall.com
Thu Dec 6 05:21:32 CET 2007
Welcome to the Bf-education mailing list. I didn't see a reply to your
question on the list itself but perhaps someone has already contacted
you off the list. In any case, I wanted to let you know that an
educational review board has just been set up to design and implement
the certification program. I'm a member of this new board and hope that
we will have an official certification process soon. You sound like a
perfect example of the kind of educator that would benefit from the
I'd also point you in the direction of tosmi.org This is a series of EU
funded trainings on open source for media professionals, that is in part
designed to combat the kind of piracy that you reference. A new session
of these trainings will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria and Thessaloniki
Greece in 08. If you're interested in learning more about this feel
free to contact me off the list at hodges at tablechairwall.com
ranma saotome wrote:
> I'm newbie to Blender, just 4 or 5 months, and for a long time I'm
> using 3d studio max (about 6 years). Also I'm teaching CG in Moscow
> state mining univercity. My bosses wants me to have an Autodesk
> certificate to start public cources and I'm agree with them. But now
> as far as understand Blender is more powerful than 3d studio max
> without 3rd-party plugins. Liquid simulation finally bought me :)
> Of course, 3d studio max with a lot of plugins costs like a good car
> and I can't honestly recommend my students to use 3d studio max.
> Russia isn't country where anybody can buy anything he needs, it's a
> reason for high piracy, when poor student wish to learn high
> technologies but have money only for one computer or laptop but not
> for a mountain of proprietary software (I saw a lot of computers where
> total cost of software was more than $100000).
> Now I wish to have a Blender Traner Certificate more than anything
> from Autodesk. I saw
> http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Bf-education/certification, and I'm
> very interest to become BFCT. Now I have one important question: is
> there a hardcopy of certificate? Russians trust to paper more than to
> web-page and I need a hardcopy if it possible.
> Thank you.
> Sorry for my bad English.
> Daniil Romanov.
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> Bf-education at blender.org
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