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PwC Introduces New Courses Related To The Blockchain Technology.

The largest four auditing Company’s ‘WaterhouseCoopers (PwC)’ recently announced the launch of its new coaching programs for staff on the blockchain related technologies.

As per a news published by a tech Publication ‘Digiday,’ the new course “Digital Accelerators” is a two years course offered by the company which is said to start from Jan. and will train over a thousand employees on everything from drones, blockchain, and 3D printing.

According to head of program at PwC ‘Sarah McEneaney’:

“My job is to future proof our workplace. It just seems table stakes at this point that people should have more technology skills. It’s needed for us to remain competitive and to be responsive for what our clients are also going through.”

Every collaborating participant is needed to pay around 10 hrs. per week in Digital Accelerator courses no matter their past responsibilities. The course of study would consists of three basic key areas with knowledge and analytics together with blockchain at the initial level, drones, increased reality, and cybersecurity at intermediate level, followed by AI and machine learning.

McEneaney declared that, with these new introduced courses, employees’ responsibilities are going to be on consumer work that’s centered digitally, that she says may be a “new role” for them. Roughly more than 3,000 staff employees have applied for a spot during this program since after the rollout of this application earlier this year.

The categories designed would include both onsite as well as virtual coaching.

Increasingly, blockchain experience is turning into a highly-sought-after skill among employers in an exceedingly sort of industries. Consequently, additional universities and trade faculties are also giving this emerging field of blockchain technology, an importance in their academic programs.

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