Business Applications

1 day
Certificate of Completion
Blockchain for Business
Available Date: TBC

What you learn on completion:

The principles of how blockchain works

Be able to confidently communicate the impact of blockchain to colleagues

Understand how blockchain technologies are being used today to resolve business problems

Recognise the regulator's view of blockchain

Map a clear strategic roadmap to leverage the benefits of this new technology

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
  • Blockchain and distributed ledger core concepts
  • Blockchain current state
  • Blockchain connectivity
  • Blockchain and its application
  • Emerging themes

Who is this course for?

This course has no pre-requisites and can be tailored to the specific needs of your organisation. Useful for executives, managers and others seeking a better understanding of blockchain technology and its applicability, this course will give participants confidence when speaking about the technology, and demonstrate how you assess its suitability within your organisation. The course will highlight the numerous sectors where Blockchain is already being successfully utilised and how it is changing the landscape of how businesses operate today.

Please note:
We can only hold these courses if we reach a minimum number of students.
We reserve the right to cancel the course and fully refund any tickets where we have not had enough tickets for the course.

About the Instructor

Gary Nuttall

With over 25 years of commercial experience in a variety of industries, including retail, pharmaceuticals, commodities trading and insurance, Gary has acknowledged expertise in Business Intelligence, Data Analytics, and Business Analysis. He is a Chartered IT Professional (CITP) registered with the British Computer Society (BCS). He successfully completed the B9Lab course “Blockchain Business Strategy” in 2016 with a score of >80%. He additionally holds the ISEB Diploma in Business Analysis.

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