Overview

Kingsland University – School of Blockchain is an award winning global edutech provider. Accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS-CASI), Kingsland is an internationally-recognized higher education institution. Kingsland is the world’s first accredited blockchain training program in the world and this accreditation not only ensures that their programs are delivered to the highest standard but also allows them to partner with other tertiary and higher education programs. Led by experts around the world for shared program delivery.

Kingsland University – School of Blockchain appointed Kingsland Technology Singapore Pte. Ltd. to be the Asian entity to execute blockchain related courses in Singapore and to certify graduates as appropriate. The course in Singapore comprises both online and 36 hours of classroom components.

Learning Outcome

Course attendees will gain practical skills in:
  • Developing smart contracts using Ethereum and Solidity
  • Writing Solidity code: contracts, functions, data, events, payments
  • Designing and developing decentralized apps (DApps)
  • Accessing the Ethereum network and invoking smart contracts
  • Using Solidity framework and tools: Truffle and Ganache
  • Using decentralized storage systems like IPFS

Who should Attend?

  • Software developers who are interested in developing for blockchain
  • Programmers who are interested in blockchain programming

Eligibility Criteria

Course attendees are expected to have:
  • Understanding of JavaScript development (promises, Node.js, npm, basic JavaScript front-end)
  • Object-oriented programming, working with classes and objects (e.g. C#, Java, Python, JavaScript or C++)
  • Experience in Web development and REST APIs (build simple server-side Web apps)
This course is endorsed under Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) Programme.
To find out more about CITREP+ Funding, please refer to Programme Support under CITREP+ page


Information is accurate as of 4 September 2018