- The Concept
The White Frog concept
For many users of BIM software, training is an add-on to the process of acquiring a particular application – you purchase a copy of your chosen software and then source the cheapest available method of gaining the essential skills to operate it.
Even those practices that recognise the cost-effectiveness of good training are often herded towards what we affectionately call BAG training which stands for Basic, Advanced and Good luck!
Our ethos and deliverables are based not just on years of experience training and successfully implementing BIM software, but on listening to what people actually want. For several years, the White Frog team have been working alongside some of the largest design and construction firms in the world, looking at training from a strategic perspective.
We believe that the problems and solutions encountered in that environment are as relevant to a three-person partnership as they are to a multi-national corporation, and the principles explored there are what lead to the development of this process.
We did not set out to tear up the rule book on delivering training, but in refining our process we have ignored preconceived laws of what training courseware should look like and how it should be delivered.