Blockchain Masterclass training is a 12 hours long Instructor-led and guided training for blockchain enthusiasts, business owners, business executives, business users, finance users, accounting users, non-techies to be taught over 3 weeks, 2 sessions per week, 2 hours per session.
The medium of instruction is English.
All Published Ticket Prices are in US Dollars.
Features and Benefits
3 weekends, 6 sessions, 12 hours of total Instructor-led and guided training
Training material, instructor handouts and access to useful resources on the cloud provided
Whether it's managing complex workflows and supply chains, securing and simplifying trading, handling billing, royalties, payments, governance, reporting, and adhering to regulation, Blockchain can be exploited for efficiency, growth, and creating real value across a range of business activities and industries.
Blockchain is already reshaping our world and being used to solve real-life challenges, especially in business. Companies worldwide are looking for ways to harness the innovative power this foundational technology can open up, and the new opportunities to transform the way businesses operate.
Blockchain Masterclass is designed for leaders, managers, and professionals who want to prepare for the future of business and formulate dynamic action plans that drive real value in the new Blockchain dominated world.
Whether your aim is blockchain readiness, future-proofing your operations, or unlocking the hidden potential of decentralized innovation, this is the masterclass for you.
The Masterclass Is for You
If you are aspiring to learn new technology, interested in a career in a blockchain technology company, and want to understand the potential impact of Blockchain on business, the economy, and society as a whole, you should take this masterclass.
CEO's, Boards, Senior VP's, business executives, and managers
Government officials, regulators, and other public sector professionals
Consultants and Professional Service Providers
Leaders of research and development or innovation
High school and college students