That is what we were going for.
We're also giving you the Dutch and English versions of these names (when applicable).
Fun anecdote: these are the names of some of the team members' loved ones. We decided that that would give the course a nice personal touch, and it also serves as a tribute. :)
Just a suggestion, I get that Willem is the equivalent of William in English, but I feel like you should have to leave it as Willem in the translation since it's a name and not a word. (eg. Just because someone introduces themselves in Spanish as "Alejandro", I'm not going to refer to them as "Alexander" when I speak in English). But it IS cool too see Dutch names thrown in there!