BFCT is the Blender Foundation's official certified trainers program.
Requisites for becoming a certified member are listed at blender.org
BFCT Membership is renewed annually, along with updating your knowledge on new topics Blender might cover.
If you are a BFCT already, you can request a Freelance account on the Blender Network. More info here.
A certified trainer should target at least one of the following audiences:
A certified trainer cannot give BFCT status to people who have attended their classes, however they are fully free to define their own courses or own student certification programs.
The Blender Foundation encourages applicants from any and all linguistic backgrounds. Multi-language support is indeed a vital part of supporting the use of Blender everywhere.
Nonetheless, as the language of the BFCT review board is English; the board requires that a letter of interest and summary of professional experience be submitted in English.
It is the applicant's responsibility to secure translation if they do not personally possess the necessary English skills to produce such a document. Additionally, the review board thanks non-English language applicants for their patience as supporting materials submitted in another language may require more time to be properly reviewed.