This online course will equip you with the skills required to successfully develop and oversee blockchain teams across a number of different industries and applications.
10849NAT Diploma of Applied Blockchain
This course is designed for experienced professionals with basic experience in business planning, blockchain and distributed ledger technologies wanting to formalise or further their skills in this area. This course will equip you with the skills required to successfully develop and oversee blockchain teams across a number of different industries and applications.
According to recent workforce data from LinkedIn, blockchain was the most in-demand hard skill of 2020 with the small supply of qualified professionals in this area currently in high demand. This course will teach you how to work with teams to analyse the technical and non-technical aspects and limitations of blockchain and create value by applying blockchain technology, and the tenets of blockchain, to a blockchain business model. You'll also discover how to determine operational readiness and develop a plan to implement opportunities for disintermediation.
The course also covers how to: develop a blockchain business model implementation plan; apply big data and blockchain technologies to the Internet of Things (IoT); develop a team business model that aligns team operations with a blockchain business model; identify and apply big data to enable marketing strategies within a blockchain ecosystem; and develop, monitor and maintain a governance policy within a blockchain network.
Successful completion of this course will allow you to seek work in a range of management or operational roles applying blockchain technologies within new and existing organisations.
This course is delivered in partnership with leading blockchain education body the Blockchain Collective and is designed to meet industry demand for professionals who can understand the strategic approach to applying blockchain and distributed ledger technologies to new and existing businesses.
Our courses are delivered by passionate industry experts with years of experience in the ICT sector. Our teachers understand the technical aspects of the job and are ahead of the game in innovation and development, preparing you for the next big thing in the industry.
The successful achievement of this qualification requires you to complete all core and 2 elective units from the list below.
|UNIT CODE||UNIT NAME|
||Establish a blockchain framework for decentralised peer to peer consensus and innovation|
||Apply the tenets of blockchain to create value|
||Plan for a blockchain business model implementation|
||Plan for disintermediation within a blockchain business model|
||Develop a blockchain team business model|
||Apply big data to blockchain marketing strategies|
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