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This short course will introduce users to GDPR, its functions and more on how to protect your data.

General Data Protection Regulation eLearning

10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course provides training for Officers/officials/Practitioners experienced in data protection issues, for new Data Protection Officers who need to be trained in data protection matters and for any person who, in the carrying out of his duties, processes personal data, including personal data representatives, chief information officers, IT Managers, compliance officers, internal auditors, records managers, human resources managers, administration officers and marketing managers.    The training programme is intended for individuals working in the public or the private sector. This could include all industries including the financial services and i-gaming sectors. Course outline Module 1: The GDPR; The Data Protection Act, 2018 (Cap.586); and related legislation including the ePrivacy Directive   Module 2: Privacy Impact Assessments and Data Protection Audits   Contact hours - 40   Self-Study hours - 60   Hands-on hours - 16   Assessment hours - 2 Lectures are 3 hours each and are held once a week.   Prerequisites   A good command of the English language to an approximate MQF level 3 standard. Previous exposure to office environments including roles in finance an advantage.

  Learning outcomes     By the end of the course, participants will have achieved:   An understanding of the way that the Act, and related legislation, works; An understanding of what has to be done to achieve compliance; The ability to review practices and procedures and introduce Data Protection controls in business processes; The ability to conduct on his/her own initiative Data Protection Audits and Privacy Impact Assessments and be able to take part in initiatives relating to information security   FORMATIVE Formative feedback is provided throughout the course using a choice of dedicated email or e-learning platform discussion and personal messaging.

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This course is split into 4 modules

  • Module A - My new course intro
  • Module B - I learn FAST
  • Module C - I do not learn at all
  • Module D - Finally the course is over

This course is ideal for those that have no clue about Course Descriptions

  • 2 years experience in accounting
  • Diploma in nuclear energy

This is a certification at MQF Lev 20

  • 30 contact hours
  • Assignment
  • Test
  • Reading and research time

Preparation prior to course

    List of reading material:
  • Book by Charlene Borg
  • Article by Bernice Carabott
  • Podcast by Marika
06-Oct-2020
1000 – 1200hrs
2 hours
Professional
The Hub or Blended (part online part classroom)
Eur300

hello – this is the course description here

This course is split into 4 modules

  • Module A - My new course intro
  • Module B - I learn FAST
  • Module C - I do not learn at all
  • Module D - Finally the course is over
  • Module E - The course start over again

This course is ideal for those that have no clue about Course Descriptions

  • 2 years experience in accounting
  • Diploma in nuclear energy

This is a certification at MQF Lev 20

  • 30 contact hours
  • Assignment
  • Test
  • Reading and research time

Preparation prior to course

    List of reading material:
  • Book by Charlene Borg
  • Article by Bernice Carabott
  • Podcast by Marika
30 Aug 2046
1000 – 1200hrs
2 hours
Professional
The Hub or Blended (part online part classroom)
Eur300

The Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH v10) program is a trusted and respected ethical hacking training Program that any information security professional will need. 

Since its inception in 2003, the Certified Ethical Hacker has been the absolute choice of the industry globally. It is a respected certification in the industry and is listed as a baseline certification on the United States Department of Defense Directive 8570. The C|EH exam is ANSI 17024 compliant adding credibility and value to credential members.

C|EH is used as a hiring standard and is a core sought after certification by many of the Fortune 500 organizations, governments, cybersecurity practices, and a cyber staple in education across many of the most prominent degree programs in top Universities around the globe.

Hundreds of Thousands of InfoSec Professionals as well as Career Starters have challenged the exam and for those who passed, nearly all are gainfully employed with successful careers, but the landscape is changing. Cyber Security as a profession is evolving, the barrier to entry is rising, the demand for Skilled Cyber professionals continues to grow, but it is being refined, demanding a higher level of skill and ability.

EC-Council raises the bar again for ethical hacking training and certification programs with the all new C|EH v10!

This course in its 10th iteration, is updated to provide you with the tools and techniques used by hackers and information security professionals alike to break into any computer system. This course will immerse you into a “Hacker Mindset” in order to teach you how to think like a hacker and better defend against future attacks. It puts you in the driver’s seat with a hands-on training environment employing a systematic ethical hacking process.

You are constantly exposed to creative techniques of achieving optimal information security posture in the target organization; by hacking it! You will learn how to scan, test, hack and secure target systems. The course covers the Five Phases of Ethical Hacking, diving into Reconnaissance, Gaining Access, Enumeration, Maintaining Access, and covering your tracks.

The tools and techniques in each of these five phases are provided in detail in an encyclopedic approach and absolutely no other program offers you the breadth of learning resources, labs, tools and techniques than the C|EH v10 program.

The end user security awareness training is designed to help you effectively understand the nature of the threats impacting you and your organisation. Sept 2020.

This course is split into 4 modules

  • Keeping your data safe
  • Vulnerabilities and impact
  • Confidentiality and integrity
  • Scenario analysis on everyday activities
  • Tips on protecting data

This course is ideal for those that have no clue about Security aspects

  • No qualified experience required to follow this course

This is a 1-hour long elearn

  • You can follow this elearn at any time - 24/7
  • elearn contains no Quiz or Assignment

Preparation prior to course

    List of reading material:
  • Basics of Office Security
1 hour
Professional
Online course
Eur40

Overview

  • Understand the history, role and structure of the standard-setter, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)
  • Comprehend the objectives and concepts of financial reporting
  • Identify the different steps in the standard-setting process
  • Understand IFRS and its applicability in a worldwide context

Detailed Objectives

A) Components of IFRS financial statements:

  • Distinguish the different components of IFRS financial statements
  • Understand the criteria and guidance for each component

B) IFRS standards relevant to banks:

  • Learning about the typical composition of a banks statement of financial position
  • Guide you through the different standards relating to financial instruments accounting
  • Actively applying your knowledge in an exercise

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

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Overview

  • Understand the history, role and structure of the standard-setter, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)
  • Comprehend the objectives and concepts of financial reporting
  • Identify the different steps in the standard-setting process
  • Understand IFRS and its applicability in a worldwide context
 


Detailed Objectives

A) Components of IFRS financial statements:

  • Distinguish the different components of IFRS financial statements
  • Understand the criteria and guidance for each component
 

B) IFRS standards relevant to banks:

  • Learning about the typical composition of a banks statement of financial position
  • Guide you through the different standards relating to financial instruments accounting
  • Actively applying your knowledge in an exercise

Overview

Understand the difference between measurement at amortised cost and at fair value.


 

Detailed Objectives

A)  Amortised cost:

  • Understand the concept of amortised cost measurement and the importance of the effective interest rate method.
  • Obtain an understanding of how to calculate amortised cost.
 

B)  Fair value:

  • Understand the concept of fair value.
  • Describe the different valuation techniques and the factors that should be considered in fair value measurement.
  • Identify various levels of the fair value hierarchy.
 

C) Disclosures

  • Explain fair value disclosure requirements under IFRS 13.
  • Explaining IFRS 13 disclosure requirements for fair value measurements.

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

Overview

Understand the difference between measurement at amortised cost and at fair value.


 

Detailed Objectives

A)  Amortised cost:

  • Understand the concept of amortised cost measurement and the importance of the effective interest rate method.
  • Obtain an understanding of how to calculate amortised cost.
 

B)  Fair value:

  • Understand the concept of fair value.
  • Describe the different valuation techniques and the factors that should be considered in fair value measurement.
  • Identify various levels of the fair value hierarchy.
 

C) Disclosures

  • Explain fair value disclosure requirements under IFRS 13.
  • Explaining IFRS 13 disclosure requirements for fair value measurements.

Overview




  • Covering definitions of debt and equity
  • Presenting IAS 32 scope and approach to these concepts
  • Testing the gained knowledge through exercises
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Classification principles of debt and equity

  • Understand and apply the criteria for classification of a financial instrument either as a debt or equity
  • Identify various principles of the classification as debt or equity and exceptions
  • Identify compound financial instruments which have both debt and equity features

 

B) Practical applications

  • Distinguish debt from equity
  • Understand how the accounting treatment differs depending on classification as debt or equity
 
At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.


Overview

  • Covering definitions of debt and equity
  • Presenting IAS 32 scope and approach to these concepts
  • Testing the gained knowledge through exercises
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Classification principles of debt and equity

  • Understand and apply the criteria for classification of a financial instrument either as a debt or equity
  • Identify various principles of the classification as debt or equity and exceptions
  • Identify compound financial instruments which have both debt and equity features

 

B) Practical applications

  • Distinguish debt from equity
  • Understand how the accounting treatment differs depending on classification as debt or equity


Overview

  • Understand the importance of the concept of derecognition of financial instruments for banks
  • Recognise for which balance sheet line items is the concept of derecognition of financial instruments applicable

 

Detailed Objectives


A) Derecognition:

  1. Liabilites
  2. Assets – decision tree
  • Distinguish between the derecognition of financial liabilities and financial assets
  • Understand the assessment for derecognition of financial liabilities
  • Critically evaluate the different steps of the derecognition decision tree for financial assets
  • Understand the assessment of derecognition for financial assets
 

B) Consolidation

  • Understand the IFRS principle for consolidating entities within a group as provided in IFRS 10
  • Understand the specialised case of agent v.s. principle as part of the assessment
  • Obtain basic understanding of why the concept of consolidation is closely related to the concept of derecognition of financial instruments


 

C) Specialized topics:

  1. Secruitisation
  2. Factoring
  • Gain better understanding of the relationship between consolidation and derecognition and how this assessment can be applied in the case of structuring of so called structured entities
  • Obtain understanding of the assessment of structuring products
  • Obtain understanding of applying the concept of derecognition in the case of factoring transaction





•Obtain understanding of applying the concept of derecognition in the case of factoring transaction

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

Overview

  • Understand the importance of the concept of derecognition of financial instruments for banks
  • Recognise for which balance sheet line items is the concept of derecognition of financial instruments applicable

 

Detailed Objectives


A) Derecognition:

  1. Liabilites
  2. Assets – decision tree
  • Distinguish between the derecognition of financial liabilities and financial assets
  • Understand the assessment for derecognition of financial liabilities
  • Critically evaluate the different steps of the derecognition decision tree for financial assets
  • Understand the assessment of derecognition for financial assets
 

B) Consolidation

  • Understand the IFRS principle for consolidating entities within a group as provided in IFRS 10
  • Understand the specialised case of agent v.s. principle as part of the assessment
  • Obtain basic understanding of why the concept of consolidation is closely related to the concept of derecognition of financial instruments


 

C) Specialized topics:

  1. Secruitisation
  2. Factoring
  • Gain better understanding of the relationship between consolidation and derecognition and how this assessment can be applied in the case of structuring of so called structured entities
  • Obtain understanding of the assessment of structuring products
  • Obtain understanding of applying the concept of derecognition in the case of factoring transaction


Overview

  • Covering the definition of a financial instrument and a derivative
  • Covering the scope of IAS 32 and 39.
  • Testing the gained knowledge through exercises and questions.


 

Detailed Objectives

A) Recognition, classification & measurement, reclassification:

  • Understand and apply the criteria for initial recognition of a financial instrument
  • Understand and apply the criteria for classification and measurement of a financial instrument
  • Understand that classification of financial instruments drive the measurement of financial instruments
  • Understand when reclassifications are allowed or required
 

B) Derecognition, equity versus debt, embedded derivatives

  • Covering the criteria for derecognition and testing the gained knowledge through exercises and test questions.
  • Covering the criteria for the difference between equity and debt and testing the gained knowledge through exercises and test questions.
  • Covering the criteria for embedded derivatives and testing the gained knowledge through exercises and test questions.


 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

Overview

  • Covering the definition of a financial instrument and a derivative
  • Covering the scope of IAS 32 and 39.
  • Testing the gained knowledge through exercises and questions.
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Recognition, classification & measurement, reclassification:

  • Understand and apply the criteria for initial recognition of a financial instrument
  • Understand and apply the criteria for classification and measurement of a financial instrument
  • Understand that classification of financial instruments drive the measurement of financial instruments
  • Understand when reclassifications are allowed or required
 

B) Derecognition, equity versus debt, embedded derivatives

  • Covering the criteria for derecognition and testing the gained knowledge through exercises and test questions.
  • Covering the criteria for the difference between equity and debt and testing the gained knowledge through exercises and test questions.
  • Covering the criteria for embedded derivatives and testing the gained knowledge through exercises and test questions.

Overview

  • Understand to which financial instruments impairment applies
  • Link impairment rules to classification and measurement under IAS 39
 

Detailed Objectives



A) Concept of impairment under IAS 39:

  • Understand the incurred loss model under IAS 39
  • Realise the implications of the incurred loss model
  • Identify the different steps in the impairment process
 

B) Objective evidence of impairment:

  • Understand what is objective evidence of impairment, being step 1 in the impairment process
  • Understand that there are different impairment indicators for debt and equity instruments
 

C) Calculate recoverable amount:

  • Understand how to determine the recoverable amount, being step 2 in the impairment process
  • Distinguish the different approaches for doing so, depending on the classification and measurement of the financial asset
  • Understand the concept of collective provisioning
 

D) IAS 39 in perspective:

  • Distinguish an incurred loss model from an expected loss model
  • Understand the basic differences between impairment under IAS 39, compared to CRR/CRDIV (prudential reporting)
  • Understand the basic differences between impairment under IAS 39, compared to IFRS 9 (the future financial instruments standard)





 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

Overview

  • Understand to which financial instruments impairment applies
  • Link impairment rules to classification and measurement under IAS 39
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Concept of impairment under IAS 39:

  • Understand the incurred loss model under IAS 39
  • Realise the implications of the incurred loss model
  • Identify the different steps in the impairment process
 

B) Objective evidence of impairment:

  • Understand what is objective evidence of impairment, being step 1 in the impairment process
  • Understand that there are different impairment indicators for debt and equity instruments
 

C) Calculate recoverable amount:

  • Understand how to determine the recoverable amount, being step 2 in the impairment process
  • Distinguish the different approaches for doing so, depending on the classification and measurement of the financial asset
  • Understand the concept of collective provisioning
 

D) IAS 39 in perspective:

  • Distinguish an incurred loss model from an expected loss model
  • Understand the basic differences between impairment under IAS 39, compared to CRR/CRDIV (prudential reporting)
  • Understand the basic differences between impairment under IAS 39, compared to IFRS 9 (the future financial instruments standard)

Overview



Introducing you to the theory of the three models of IFRS hedge accounting

 

Detailed overview

A) Hedge accounting requirements and specific hedge accounting topics

  • Understand that to ensure transparency about derivatives under hedge accounting and those not under hedge accounting, IFRS requires documentation at the inception of hedge accounting. Furthermore, effectiveness testing is required.
  • Introducing you to several practicalities

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

Overview



Introducing you to the theory of the three models of IFRS hedge accounting

 

Detailed overview

A) Hedge accounting requirements and specific hedge accounting topics

  • Understand that to ensure transparency about derivatives under hedge accounting and those not under hedge accounting, IFRS requires documentation at the inception of hedge accounting. Furthermore, effectiveness testing is required.
  • Introducing you to several practicalities

Overview

Showing you when hedge accounting can be useful and the application of hedge accounting

 

Detailed Objectives

A) Eligible hedge items:

  • Identify eligible hedged items for cash flow hedge accounting
 

B) Eligible hedge instruments:

  • Identify eligible hedging instruments for cash flow hedge accounting
 

C) Requirements:

•Understand the requirements of applying cash flow hedge accounting.
 

D) Specific hedge accounting related topics:

•Providing you with practical examples of issues encountered while applying cash flow hedge accounting.

 

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

Overview

Showing you when hedge accounting can be useful and the application of hedge accounting


 

Detailed Objectives

A) Eligible hedge items:

  • Identify eligible hedged items for cash flow hedge accounting
 

B) Eligible hedge instruments:

  • Identify eligible hedging instruments for cash flow hedge accounting
 

C) Requirements:

•Understand the requirements of applying cash flow hedge accounting.
 

D) Specific hedge accounting related topics:

•Providing you with practical examples of issues encountered while applying cash flow hedge accounting.

Overview

Showing you when hedge accounting can be useful and the role of fair value hedges

 

Detailed Objectives



A) Eligible hedged items:

  • Discussing the definition of eligible hedged items and testing you with an exercise.


 

B) Eligible hedged instruments:

  • Discussing the definition of hedging instruments and getting into more detail through a series of exercises.
 

C) Requirements:

  • Discussing the qualifying criteria for hedge accounting and showing you practical examples.
 

D) Specific hedge accounting related topics:

  • Get familiar with more complex fair value hedge accounting topics.



 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

Overview

Showing you when hedge accounting can be useful and the role of fair value hedges

 

Detailed Objectives



A) Eligible hedged items:

  • Discussing the definition of eligible hedged items and testing you with an exercise.


 

B) Eligible hedged instruments:

  • Discussing the definition of hedging instruments and getting into more detail through a series of exercises.
 

C) Requirements:

  • Discussing the qualifying criteria for hedge accounting and showing you practical examples.
 

D) Specific hedge accounting related topics:

  • Get familiar with more complex fair value hedge accounting topics.



Overview

  • Understand the basics of hedge accounting
  • Understand how the macro fair value hedge model is positioned in IAS 39
  • Understand the MFVH model relates to other hedge accounting models
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Why macro fair value hedge?

  • Understand why an alternative MFVH-model is necessary for banks to effectively apply hedge accounting
  • Which assets and liabilities are eligible hedged items in a macro fair value hedge accounting model
 

B) MFVH process steps

  • Understand the various steps that are part of a standard MFVH model: bucketing, designation, effectiveness testing, MFVH adjustments, amortisations & releases and pull to par adjustments
 

C) Journal entries:

  • Understand the macro fair value hedge accounting adjustments
  • Post amortisation adjustments and releases of MFVH-adjustments
 

D) Impact on Practical considerations:

  • Understand what practical difficulties banks face when applying a macro fair value hedge accounting model
 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

Overview

  • Understand the basics of hedge accounting
  • Understand how the macro fair value hedge model is positioned in IAS 39
  • Understand the MFVH model relates to other hedge accounting models
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Why macro fair value hedge?

  • Understand why an alternative MFVH-model is necessary for banks to effectively apply hedge accounting
  • Which assets and liabilities are eligible hedged items in a macro fair value hedge accounting model
 

B) MFVH process steps

  • Understand the various steps that are part of a standard MFVH model: bucketing, designation, effectiveness testing, MFVH adjustments, amortisations & releases and pull to par adjustments
 

C) Journal entries:

  • Understand the macro fair value hedge accounting adjustments
  • Post amortisation adjustments and releases of MFVH-adjustments
 

D) Impact on Practical considerations:

  • Understand what practical difficulties banks face when applying a macro fair value hedge accounting model

Overview


  • Discussing the scope of IFRS 9.
  • Providing an overview of the relevant first time adoption dates and the impact for banks.

 

Detailed Objectives

A) Classification & Measurement:

  • Understand the basic concepts of the classification and measurement requirements under IFRS 9.
  • Providing an overview of the type of financial assets and liabilities and how they are classified
  • Discussing the business model assessment and the SPPI test for financial assets.


 

B) Impairment:

  • Understand the general impairment model
  • Providing the general model and testing your understanding through some  exercises.

 

C) Hedge Accounting:

  • Identify the changes in hedge accounting guidance compared to IAS 39.
  • Discussing each of the three hedge accounting models including the changes therein compared to IAS 39.



 

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

Overview


  • Discussing the scope of IFRS 9.
  • Providing an overview of the relevant first time adoption dates and the impact for banks.

 

Detailed Objectives

A) Classification & Measurement:

  • Understand the basic concepts of the classification and measurement requirements under IFRS 9.
  • Providing an overview of the type of financial assets and liabilities and how they are classified
  • Discussing the business model assessment and the SPPI test for financial assets.


 

B) Impairment:

  • Understand the general impairment model
  • Providing the general model and testing your understanding through some  exercises.

 

C) Hedge Accounting:

  • Identify the changes in hedge accounting guidance compared to IAS 39.
  • Discussing each of the three hedge accounting models including the changes therein compared to IAS 39.



Overview

  • Understand the overall model of classification and measurement of financial assets
  • Understand and apply the concepts of business model assessment and SPPI test, relevant to debt instruments
  • Identify the different business models for debt instruments: hold to collect, hold to collect and sell and other
  • Understand the classification and measurement of equity instruments



 

Detailed Objectives

A) Derivatives:

  • Understand classification and measurement of derivatives under IFRS 9
  • Identify the differences between IAS 39 and IFRS for embedded derivatives
  • Actively applying your knowledge in exercises throughout the e-learning



 

B) Financial liabilities:

  • Understand classification and measurement of liabilities under IFRS 9
  • Apply the fair value option under IFRS 9, for both financial assets and financial liabilities


 

C) Reclassifications:

  • Understand when reclassification is applicable under IFRS 9
  • Identify when there is a change in business model
  • Understand the accounting impact of different reclassification scenario’s



 

D) Impact on banks:

  • Understand how banks will be affected by classification and measurement under IFRS 9


 

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

Overview

  • Understand the overall model of classification and measurement of financial assets
  • Understand and apply the concepts of business model assessment and SPPI test, relevant to debt instruments
  • Identify the different business models for debt instruments: hold to collect, hold to collect and sell and other
  • Understand the classification and measurement of equity instruments


 

Detailed Objectives

A) Derivatives:

  • Understand classification and measurement of derivatives under IFRS 9
  • Identify the differences between IAS 39 and IFRS for embedded derivatives
  • Actively applying your knowledge in exercises throughout the e-learning


 

B) Financial liabilities:

  • Understand classification and measurement of liabilities under IFRS 9
  • Apply the fair value option under IFRS 9, for both financial assets and financial liabilities

 

C) Reclassifications:

  • Understand when reclassification is applicable under IFRS 9
  • Identify when there is a change in business model
  • Understand the accounting impact of different reclassification scenario’s


 

D) Impact on banks:

  • Understand how banks will be affected by classification and measurement under IFRS 9


Overview


  • Providing an overview of the differences between IAS 39 and IFRS 9
  • Discussing the approach for  the general model, the model for purchased or originated credit-impaired asset and the simplified approach model
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Expected credit loss model:

  • Understand the general impairment model and the basic concept of each stage of the model
  • Obtain a basic understanding what is meant by a significant increase in credit risk
  • Obtain a basic understanding of the calculation of expected credit losses
  • Identify the difference between regulatory probability of a default (PD) and IFRS 9 PD
 

 

B) Disclosures:

  • Understand the disclosure requirements for expected credit losses viewed from different stakeholder groups.

 

C) Implementation issues:

  • Understand the key elements to consider in modelling ECL

 

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

Overview

  • Providing an overview of the differences between IAS 39 and IFRS 9
  • Discussing the approach for  the general model, the model for purchased or originated credit-impaired asset and the simplified approach model
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Expected credit loss model:

  • Understand the general impairment model and the basic concept of each stage of the model
  • Obtain a basic understanding what is meant by a significant increase in credit risk
  • Obtain a basic understanding of the calculation of expected credit losses
  • Identify the difference between regulatory probability of a default (PD) and IFRS 9 PD
 

 

B) Disclosures:

  • Understand the disclosure requirements for expected credit losses viewed from different stakeholder groups.

 

C) Implementation issues:

  • Understand the key elements to consider in modelling ECL

Detailed Objectives

A) Case 1 - Scoping

  • Identify the account balances that would potentially be impacted by IFRS 9 
  • Recognise which subtopic of IFRS 9 (i.e. impairments or classification and measurement) is potentially relevant for each account balance and what balance sheet and income statement   volatility could be expected.

 

B) Case 2 – Classification & Measurement:

  • Decide on an individual assessment versus a portfolio assessment
  • Apply the BM (business model) and SPPI (solely payments of principal and interest) tests for debt instruments
  • Apply the classification and measurement assessment to equity instruments
  • Identify information sources and processes relevant for the classification and measurement assessment
 

C) Case 3 - Impairment

  • Identify the level at which the impairment assessment is to be performed (portfolio, sub-portfolio, instrument)
  • Identify (relevant) triggers for significant increase in credit risk
  • Identify (relevant) information for calculating ECL (expected credit losses)
  • Evaluate relevance of (new) information for IFRS 9 application

Overview

  • Explaining the 3 main criteria that should be met to apply hedge accounting
  • Requesting you to do certain exercises

 

Detailed Objectives

A) Eligible hedge items and hedging instruments:

  • Understand which asset or liability, unrecognised firm commitment or highly probable forecast transaction can be designated as a hedged item.
  • Be able to determine which financial instruments qualify as hedging instruments.
 

B)  Specific hedge accounting related topics:

You will learn in this e-learning that hedge accounting under IFRS 9 is complex and comes with a significant number of detailed rules. It may be difficult to achieve in practice. In this chapter there will be focus on several practicalities.

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

Overview

  • Explaining the 3 main criteria that should be met to apply hedge accounting
  • Requesting you to do certain exercises

 

Detailed Objectives

A) Eligible hedge items and hedging instruments:

  • Understand which asset or liability, unrecognised firm commitment or highly probable forecast transaction can be designated as a hedged item.
  • Be able to determine which financial instruments qualify as hedging instruments.
 

B)  Specific hedge accounting related topics:

You will learn in this e-learning that hedge accounting under IFRS 9 is complex and comes with a significant number of detailed rules. It may be difficult to achieve in practice. In this chapter there will be focus on several practicalities.

Overview

The general accounting for financial instruments under IFRS leads to a mixed model of accounting: certain positions like derivatives are accounted at fair value through PL, while other financial instruments are at cost or at fair value but with re-measurement through OCI in equity. The purpose of hedge accounting is to bridge these mismatches. From other modules the basics of hedge accounting are repeated to refresh your memory.


 

Detailed Objectives

A) Similarities

  • Introducing you to the main similarities of hedge accounting under the two standards
  • Performing some exercises

 

B) Differences

  • Introducing you to the main similarities of hedge accounting under the two standards
  • Performing some exercises

 

C) Transitioning to IFRS 9 for hedge accounting

  • Introducing you to several practicalities
 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.




Overview

  • Understand the impact of risks in banking and the relation to prudential regulation
  • Understand the difference in objectives between financial reporting and prudent regulation
  • Understand how prudent regulations are implemented in Europe
  • Understand the objective of the main prudential ratio’s
 

A) Capital ratio:

  • Understand the need for the capital ratio
  • Understand the link between the financial statements and the ratio
  • Understand the calculation of the capital ratio (on a high level)
 

 

B) Leverage ratio:

  • Understand the link between the financial statements and the leverage ratio
  • Understand the calculation of the leverage ratio (on a high level)
  • Showing the transformation process from financial statements to the leverage ratio


 

C) Liquidity coverage ratio:

  • Understand the need for the liquidity coverage ratio
  • Understand the link between the financial statements and the liquidity coverage ratio
  • Understand the calculation of the liquidity coverage ratio (on a high level)



 

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

Overview

  • Understand the impact of risks in banking and the relation to prudential regulation
  • Understand the difference in objectives between financial reporting and prudent regulation
  • Understand how prudent regulations are implemented in Europe
  • Understand the objective of the main prudential ratio’s
 

A) Capital ratio:

  • Understand the need for the capital ratio
  • Understand the link between the financial statements and the ratio
  • Understand the calculation of the capital ratio (on a high level)
 

 

B) Leverage ratio:

  • Understand the link between the financial statements and the leverage ratio
  • Understand the calculation of the leverage ratio (on a high level)
  • Showing the transformation process from financial statements to the leverage ratio


 

C) Liquidity coverage ratio:

  • Understand the need for the liquidity coverage ratio
  • Understand the link between the financial statements and the liquidity coverage ratio
  • Understand the calculation of the liquidity coverage ratio (on a high level)




Overview

  • Understand the basic principle and objective of accounting for income taxes
  • Distinguish the taxes that fall in or outside the scope of IAS 12
  • Identify some of the key areas of the standard which require significant judgement



 

Detailed Objectives

A) Recognition & measurement

  • Understand the basic concepts of the current tax provision
  • Determine the tax base of an asset of liability and the resultant temporary difference
  • Identify exceptions within IAS 12
  • Understand and apply the recognition criteria of deferred taxes
  • Understand where income taxes should be recognised in the financial statement



 

B) Presentation & disclosure

  • Understand and apply the presentation criteria of IAS 12
  • Understand and apply the offsetting criteria for both current and deferred taxes
  • Understand the disclosure requirements of IAS 12


 

C) Bank specific topics

  • Understand the basics and the tax treatment of certain bank specific topics, such as financial instruments at fair value and compound financial instruments



 

 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

Overview

  • Understand the basic principle and objective of accounting for income taxes
  • Distinguish the taxes that fall in or outside the scope of IAS 12
  • Identify some of the key areas of the standard which require significant judgement


 

Detailed Objectives

A) Recognition & measurement

  • Understand the basic concepts of the current tax provision
  • Determine the tax base of an asset of liability and the resultant temporary difference
  • Identify exceptions within IAS 12
  • Understand and apply the recognition criteria of deferred taxes
  • Understand where income taxes should be recognised in the financial statement



 

B) Presentation & disclosure

  • Understand and apply the presentation criteria of IAS 12
  • Understand and apply the offsetting criteria for both current and deferred taxes
  • Understand the disclosure requirements of IAS 12


 

C) Bank specific topics

  • Understand the basics and the tax treatment of certain bank specific topics, such as financial instruments at fair value and compound financial instruments



Overview

Understand the employee benefits covered by IAS 19


 

Detailed Objectives

A) Pension plan classification

  • Understand the difference between defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans
  • Understand the classification of insured benefits, collective defined contribution plans and multi employer plans

 

B) Pension valuation

  • Understand the difference between the measurement of defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans
  • Understand the determination of the pension expense and the pension provision of defined benefit pension plans

 

C) Pension disclosures

  • Understand the required disclosures in the financial statements of defined contribution and defined benefit pension plans

 

D) Introduction to accounting of provisions

  • Understand when a provision is required to be booked
  • How to measure provisions


 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

Overview

Understand the employee benefits covered by IAS 19


 

Detailed Objectives

A) Pension plan classification

  • Understand the difference between defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans
  • Understand the classification of insured benefits, collective defined contribution plans and multi employer plans

 

B) Pension valuation

  • Understand the difference between the measurement of defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans
  • Understand the determination of the pension expense and the pension provision of defined benefit pension plans

 

C) Pension disclosures

  • Understand the required disclosures in the financial statements of defined contribution and defined benefit pension plans

 

D) Introduction to accounting of provisions

  • Understand when a provision is required to be booked
  • How to measure provisions

Overview



Explaining the three part definition of a lease

  • Providing you with a decision tree that will help you identify if a contract contains a lease
 

Detailed Objectives


A) Lessee accounting model

  • Understand how to initially calculate the right of use asset and lease liability
  • Understand the subsequent accounting measurements required under the new guidance
  • Distinguish between accounting for a lease modification as a new lease or as an adjustment of an existing lease



 

B) Lessor accounting model

  • Identify if a contract contains an operating or a finance lease
  • Understand how to calculate the finance lease receivable
  • Distinguish between accounting for a lease modification as a new lease or as an adjustment of an existing lease



 

C) Other topics of interest

  • Identify multiple practical expedients offered by the IASB
  • Understand the financial statement presentation and KPI impact due to the new guidance





 

At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 

 

Overview




  • Explaining the three part definition of a lease
  • Providing you with a decision tree that will help you identify if a contract contains a lease
 

Detailed Objectives


A) Lessee accounting model

  • Understand how to initially calculate the right of use asset and lease liability
  • Understand the subsequent accounting measurements required under the new guidance
  • Distinguish between accounting for a lease modification as a new lease or as an adjustment of an existing lease


 

B) Lessor accounting model

  • Identify if a contract contains an operating or a finance lease
  • Understand how to calculate the finance lease receivable
  • Distinguish between accounting for a lease modification as a new lease or as an adjustment of an existing lease


 

C) Other topics of interest

  • Identify multiple practical expedients offered by the IASB
  • Understand the financial statement presentation and KPI impact due to the new guidance







Overview

  • Providing a summary of the most important items in IFRS 15
  • Providing the background and purpose of the new standard
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Scope of IFRS 15 (for banks)

  • Identify contracts not in scope of IFRS 15
  • Identify the banking specific PL items in scope of IFRS 15

 

B) Application of the revenue model

  • Apply the 5 step approach of IFRS 15
  • Identify the customer in the asset management industry
  • Identify performance obligations in customer contracts

 

C) Up-front fees

  • Determine timing of revenue recognition for upfront fees
  • Understand the potential impact of IFRS 15

 

D) Variable consideration

  • Apply the ‘constrained’ threshold
  • Apply the IFRS 15 guidance on management fees
  • Apply the IFRS 15 guidance on performance based fees
 
At the end of the e-learning an exam tests your knowledge of the topics discussed during the e-learning.

 





Overview

  • Providing a summary of the most important items in IFRS 15
  • Providing the background and purpose of the new standard
 

Detailed Objectives

A) Scope of IFRS 15 (for banks)

  • Identify contracts not in scope of IFRS 15
  • Identify the banking specific PL items in scope of IFRS 15

 

B) Application of the revenue model

  • Apply the 5 step approach of IFRS 15
  • Identify the customer in the asset management industry
  • Identify performance obligations in customer contracts

 

C) Up-front fees

  • Determine timing of revenue recognition for upfront fees
  • Understand the potential impact of IFRS 15

 

D) Variable consideration

  • Apply the ‘constrained’ threshold
  • Apply the IFRS 15 guidance on management fees
  • Apply the IFRS 15 guidance on performance based fees




11-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course contains elearn on VAT in the context of the Maltese Islands.

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

Calvin test image

A computer based exam about basic cost accounting. Looking at preparing information for management to use in planning and decision-making.

A computer based exam about financial accounting and double-entry accounting techniques.

This includes preparing basic financial statements (including consolidations) and interpretation of financial statements.


An exam about the tax system for individuals, single companies, and groups of companies.

A numbers and words based exam about accounting standards and the theoretical framework in the preparation of financial statements (including groups).

Also how to analyse and interpret those financial statements.


An exam about the financial reporting principlesand practices in a range of business contexts and situations.

An exam about giving advice to individuals and businesses on the impact of the major taxes on financial decisions and situations.

10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

PRINCE2® is a process-based approach for project management providing an easily tailored and scalable method for the management of all types of projects. The method is the de-facto standard for project management in the UK and is practiced worldwide.

The continued international development of PRINCE2® examinations, training and course material is contributing significantly to the recognition of PRINCE2® as a truly international standard. The PRINCE2® Foundation introduces the PRINCE2® method whilst the Practitioner teaches how to apply it practically to the running and managing of a project within the PRINCE2® environment.

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

testing environment 

Testing Questions

General Course description

This course provides general overview of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to answer the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • Bullet 1
  • Bullet 2

In this course, participants will cover.

  • Bullet 1
  • Bullet 2

In this course, participants will cover.

  • Bullet 1
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In this course, participants will cover.

  • Bullet 1
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01-Jan-2020
12am-12pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online/Classroom/Blended Learning
€375 for this session
Should attend
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

Course Description: This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is an overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises.

This course provides a general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

Course Structure: In this course, participants will cover.

  • Course Structure - What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Course Structure - Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

Should attend: In this course, participants will cover.

  • Should attend - What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Should attend - Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • Participants will cover - What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Participants will cover - Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

Qualification: In this course, participants will cover.

  • Qualification - What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Qualification - Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
19-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
20-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
30-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
10-Apr-2020
9am-5pm EST(SGT)
8
Professional
Online | Virtual instructor
€375 for this session

This course is designed for non-technical business executives who tasked with making business decisions about leveraging Blockchain in their businesses. This course is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain an understanding Of Blockchain technology implementation or programming level depth. Since this is overview course, this does not contain hands-on labs or programming exercises. calvin is testing

This course provides general overview Of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to the following questions:

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

In this course, participants will cover.

  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)

BigBlueButton is a global teaching platform. This open source virtual classroom software was developed in a school, not in a boardroom.