Wall Street Blockchain Alliance Certification Framework Progress Announcement
Ever since the blockchain technology has taken off and entered the financial sector, educational resources have been crucial, and alliances have been formed to push along the adoption and deployment.
One such alliance, notably named the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA), is a New York-based blockchain advocacy group. In June, they had created their WSBA Certification Framework (WCF) program which serves as a platform to educate and increase the availability of the blockchain technology in the financial markets. The WCF is stated to serve as an education platform for blockchain tech, project management, business analysis, strategy in more. Due to the success of this program, the WSBA just announced in a press release, that they’ve added continued content development in Build-Engineering, Build-Architecture, and Deploy and Operate class content.
Read on for the full release:
*** PRESS RELEASE ***
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wall Street Blockchain Alliance Certification Framework Progress
Educational Program Proof of Concept Expands in Response to Growing Demand.
New York, New York (July 18, 2016) –
Since its initial launch in June, the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance Certification Framework
(WCF) has added additional content and enhancements, in response to positive program feedback and continued content development, conducted in conjunction with strategic partners and subject matter experts.
Notes Andrew Kasaija, Managing Partner of Positrust, WSBA’s strategic partner managing
WCF, notes: “One consistent recurring theme is the fact that this technology continues to evolve at an exceptionally rapid rate, which validates the Proof-of-Concept approach of continual course content review. The launch has been very well received, with recent sessions allowing for program improvements, including the integration of the Core Foundation and Plan IT classes, resulting in immediate actionable skills for WCF students. This change goes into effect in August and is expected to serve as a model for program class development in subsequent Build-Engineering, Build-Architecture, Deploy and Operate class content.”
The WCF has been designed to develop the core body-of-knowledge required to effectively plan, build and deliver on the potential of the Distributed Ledger Technology in the financial services sector.
For information about the certification program, contact the WSBA program administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Media inquiries may be directed by email Jennifer Massing
Harris at email@example.com.
For information about WSBA membership, please visit www.wsba.co or email to