The White Frog
team of authors is a group of independent consultants and recognised experts-in-practice who are pushing the boundaries of the Revit Suite of Software from a customer perspective. Several members of the team have been involved with Revit since the very early days, as product specialists, users, trainers and adoption advisors. We have magazine columnists and blog authors as well trade event speakers from around the world. This material represents therefore, many years of cumulative experience and know-how.
The White Frog Modular Programme works on the principles that the trainer can sit with the client and define the outline requirements for the training, then match those to the modules available.
The techniques and methodologies discussed within these modules are constantly adapted and updated to keep pace with the latest developments in the software and the workplace, with advice often devised and revised in the process of working alongside some of the largest design and construction companies in the world.
This professional training programme provides quality, consistency and industry recognised training material that ensures delegates acquire a thorough understanding of the software in relation to real-world usage and established industry-recognised best practice
The White Frog international training content is set out to create new training material for the processes around BIM and to break down several of the preconceived rules surrounding training delivery. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a methodology which is at the core of the modern construction process, influencing the way in which popular software applications are used. The White Frog training courseware takes the stance of teaching BIM methodology and processes using the available tools in task-based modules. In this way, delegates and students learn best practice in tandem with a design application.
A new approach to learning
The Blended Training Syllabus – Our conclusions from reviewing this market research provided the basis of a specification for a training syllabus unlike any other we had come across, and over the last three years we have honed this specification into something that answers many of the requirements that we encountered. This is not to say that we have a perfect product and can rest easy – the quest to improve and develop new material and better delivery mechanisms continues.
In essence, what we have created is a task-based, modular training curriculum available in a wide selection of formats. Each module is stand-alone and can be taught out of the context of a default course, perhaps as a lunchtime CPD session in the office, or as part of a project-specific consultant visit. Alternatively they can be brought together in order to create an unlimited number of agenda variations to suit particular users, projects or environments but which can still be repeated time and time again.