The 112-hour digital Blockchain Certificate Program provides learners with knowledge, strategies, tools and skills related to the use of Blockchain in the workplace. Blockchain skills are required in a variety of fields including government, health, education, financial services, logistics, real estate, start-ups, oil and gas, the non-profit sector and business.
Using a digital pedagogy approach that integrates theory and practical application, learners use Blockchain tools, techniques and platforms to gain an understanding of this technology. Learners are provided with the essentials of Blockchain technology including how to use it and how it can add value within businesses and society.
Graduates of the Blockchain Certificate Program are qualified to write the Blockchain Professional (BCP) exam as part of the Foundation Technologies Institute credentialing process.
Instructor and speaker George Levy is focused on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Levy helps learners and organizations understand and envision what is possible with blockchain technology and effectively translate that knowledge into positive business results.
- BC secondary school graduation, or equivalent, or 19 years of age and out of secondary school for at least one year as of the first day of classes.
- English 12 with 60% or alternatives.
- A minimum grade of 60% in one of: Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus Grade 10, MATH 070, or in both Adult Basic Education MATH 071 and MATH 072
Learners must attain a minimum grade of 60% in all courses in the program.
Learners must pass the Final Exam with a minimum of 60% to receive the certificate.
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