A blockchain course is now offered in an Australia primary school which aims to provide the younger generation with the exposure of emerging technology of blockchain and cryptocurrency. The Wooranna Park Primary School located in the eastern state of Victoria is conducting an educational cryptocurrency program in collaboration with Victoria’s Melbourne Blockchain Centre.
As an effort to increase the awareness and the education regarding cryptocurrency and blockchain, BlockSparks have come up with the cryptocurrency confidence community. The CEO of BlockSparks, Maya Middlemiss said, “We launched the Crypto Confidence Podcast in autumn of 2019, in an effort to share the personal enthusiasms we feel about the work we’re doing, with a wider consumer audience.”
The initiative, named Blockchain A-Z aims to help people get into the crypto and blockchain industry from a more academic perspective. The project will be in partnership with King’s College London. Developer Marketing Lead at Zilliqa, Saiba Kataruka said “This will equip them with the necessary foundational knowledge to work in one of the most exciting areas of the tech industry today.”
Seoul School of Integrated Sciences And Technologies, a business school in South Korea, have announced that they now begin to offer a “Crypto MBA” inspired by other prestigious educational institutions that also offer a blockchain-course. In an official statement, the school explained that the aim of the blockchain-related course introduction is to increase the academic research on emerging industry.
The New York University is the first to provide a major in blockchain technology. The NYU Stern School of Business also provides undergraduate courses on the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. A professor also expressed that they would develop the groundwork for students under the new course to help them understand the implications and use cases.
A college located in Toronto, George Brown College launches its first blockchain technology course. The increasing demand of blockchain technology and skilled workers motivated the institution to introduce the three-semester blockchain development program. The creator of the course Albert Danison believes, “we should really be in this landscape as a leader, not as a follower.’
The Linux Foundation revealed that enrolment has been opened for a new advanced training course for Hyperledger Fabric blockchain technology. The Foundation’s Clyde Seepersad explained, “After seeing more than 100,000 students take our free introductory Hyperledger course, we knew it was time for more advanced training options, and certification exams to demonstrate the extent of professionals’ knowledge.”
One of the researchers in Oxford, Joshua Broggi has revealed the desire to develop a blockchain powered university in Malta. In a recent interview with Forbes, Broggi explained, “We use a blockchain to create efficiencies by managing custodianship of student tuition, enforcing regulatory compliance for accreditation, and automation a number of processes.”
Õpet reveals its plan to improve the performance of the teenagers attending high school with the innovative blockchain technology and artificial intelligence (AI) by developing a chatbot. According to the report, Õpet believes that the blockchain-powered AI will help the students in bringing efficiency to their revision as well as cutting the cost of hiring their own private tutors.
The one day course called ‘Cryptocurrencies for Investigators’ has been launched by the City of London Police’s Economic Crime Academy. It is aimed to enhance the skills and wisdom of officials to understand and manage cryptocurrencies during the investigations. It would also provide insights into the detections, seizure, and investigations pertaining to cryptocurrencies.