All 200-Level Course Bundle

All 200-Level Course Bundle

Pricing in Canadian Dollars. In light of COVID-19, in our effort to help professionals learn and develop critical skills through these challenging times, we are offering our programs online and also providing a significant discount for the time being. Please note that these promotions will end shortly and pricing can change at anytime. We wish everyone health during these times.


What you will learn: This is the collection of all five 200-level courses that are required to complete the CCBP certification, all of the 100-level course knowledge is required for the CCBP certification. 


  • 5 Live Stream courses
  • Level:  Courses 201, 202, 203, 204, and 205
  • Certification: CCBP and CCBA
  • Pre-requisite: Course 101 or Equivalent Understanding


Dates and Times: All sessions are Live Streamed in the Eastern Time zone (Toronto, Canada) and Available Globally


Sept 29 - Oct 13 Cohort:


  • 201. Blockchain Trust & Consensus: Sept 29: 3:00 PM
  • 202. Blockchain Eco-system & Technology: Oct 01: 2:00 PM 
  • 203. Intro to Smart Contracts: Oct 06: 3:00 PM
  • 204. Blockchain Solution Design: Oct 08:  3:00 PM 
  • 205. Blockchain Strategy & Business Case: Oct 13:  2:00 PM 


Nov 30 - Dec 08 Cohort:


  • 201. Blockchain Trust & Consensus: Nov 30: 3:00 PM 
  • 202. Blockchain Eco-system & Tech: Dec 01: 2:00 PM 
  • 203. Intro to Smart Contracts: Dec 02: 3:00 PM 
  • 204. Blockchain Solution Design: Dec 03: 3:00 PM 
  • 205. Blockchain Strategy & Business Case: Dec 08: 2:00 PM 


Optional Blockchain Course Book: Participants can optionally order the course workbook. Please note that the workbook covers the material for all 200-level courses. You only need to order the book once and NOT for each 200-level course you take for the CCBP certification. 

  • Interactive Workshop Content

    With all new disruptive technology innovation strategy development framework - used by leading management consultants including McKinsey, Bain and BCG.

    Pre-learning materials will be provided ahead of the course.

    201. The Blockchain Construct - Trust, Decentralization and Consensus

    This course digs deeper into how trust is established in decentralized and distributed Blockchains. You will learn how several important Consensus mechanisms work, when and how they are applied to establishing trust and overcoming security threats.

    3 Hour Live Stream

    • How is trust established in Blockchains?
    • Trust in centralized vs. decentralized systems
    • Considerations for decentralized and distributed networks
    • Consensus mechanisms - PoW, PoS, dPoS, PBFT and derivatives, Round Robin
    • Consensus (PoW) in Bitcoin: Hashing and SHA 256, how transactions are added to blocks and blocks mined onto the Blockchain. 
    • Differences between different consensus mechanisms
    • Deeper understanding of PBFT and use for permissioned Blockchains
      • Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT) consensus
      • XFT
      • Federated BFT

    202. Blockchain Eco-system, Technology Platforms and Solutions

    This course introduces the Blockchain ecosystem and key products and solutions across each of the 4-layer Blockchain architecture. We will deep dive into the capabilities of major Blockchains including Ethereum, Hyerledger family of DLTs and Tools, and Ripple. Important developments in interoperability, Sidechains and Blockchain as a Service (Baas) offerings from AWS, Azure, IBM, etc., are covered. You will also learn how different Blockchains rate for enterprise readiness, developer mindshare, development tools and licensing requirements.

    5 Hour Live Stream

    • Types of Blockchains and DLTs
    • Permissionless and Permissioned - Open, Federated and Closed
    • Overview of Blockchain ecosystem as part of 4-layer architecture stack
      • Application, Services & Middeware, Network & Protocol, and Infrastructure layers
      • Traditional N-tier architectures and Blockchain architecture comparison
    • Application Layer – applications, user experience and interface, functionality, and integration
    • Services and Middleware Layer and examples of different services and solutions
      • Factom
      • Blockstream
      • Monax
      • MetaMask
      • Remix IDE
      • Etherscan and explorers
    • Blockchain Protocols
      • Bitcoin Blockchain
      • Ethereum Blockchain
        • Ethereum 2.0 Roadmap
        • Ethereum Enterprise Alliance
      • Ripple
        • Fund transfer via SWIFT vs. Ripple vs. Bitcoin
      • Hyperledger Project
        • Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain/DLT
          • Functionality and key elements of Identity Management, Privacy, Processing of Transactions, Chaincode functionality, Modular design and state database design
          • Participants, assets and transactions in Fabric design
          • ACLs
          • Nodes – Peer committers and endorsers, and Orderers
          • Fabric Architecture
          • What is in-scope/out of scope for Fabric
        • Hyperledger DLTs (Indy, Besu, Sawtooth, etc.)
        • Hyperledger Tools (Avalon, Cactus, Explorer, etc.)
        • Hyperledger Libraries (Aries, Usra, etc.)
    • Infrastructure Layer  and other
      • IPFS
      • Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) solutions
        • Microsoft Azure Blockchain and WorkBench
        • IBM Cloud Blockchain
        • Amazon AWS Managed Blockchain and QLDB
        • Oracle Blockchain Cloud
        • SAP Blockchain Service
      • Sidechains
        • 2-way pegging
        • Security and federation
        • Examples – Rootstock, Liquid, and Loom
    • Important considerations for Enterprises
      • Consortium Blockchain implantations
      • Blockchain Infrastructure for enterprise applications
        • Enterprise readiness
        • Developer ecosystem
        • Licensing
        • Developer toolkits and support
      • Comparison of Blockchain Platforms for implementation readiness and developer community – Ethereum, Fabric, Corda, Ripple, Quorum, Bitcoin, Multichain, etc.

    203. Introduction to Smart Contracts and Decentralized Applications

    This course introduces immutable smart contracts and decentralized applications on Ethereum and covers some of the important considerations for application design with use of Oracles as well as frontend, middleware and backend. You will set-up MetaMask wallet for use with Blockchain apps, use Faucets to get test Ether, and explore the Remix development environment for smart contracts. Important considerations for solution development using smart contracts will be highlighted. Enterprise options with Hyperledger Fabric Chaincode will be reviewed. Requires no coding experience and is suitable for non-developers.

    3 Hour Live Stream

    • ​​​​​​​Introduction to Smart contracts
    • Smart contract development and management
    • Example of smart contract
    • Construct and guidelines
    • Smart Oracles
    • Smart contracts with Ethereum
        • Set up MetaMask
        • Testnets
        • Funding your smart contract using faucets to get test Ether
        • Explore smart contract on the Remix development environment
        • Developing and running your first smart contract
    • Smart contract tips
    • Considerations for Enterprise applications with Hyperledger Fabric Chaincode

    ​​​​​​​204. Enterprise Blockchain Solutions Design Workshop

    This workshop reviews important enterprise considerations in designing Blockchains solutions through use of applications to Finance, Real Estate, Healthcare, Telecoms and Media, Decentralized Finance and Tokenization, etc. Participants can contribute their use cases for real-time discussion and solution design. Aspects of business, application, data and technology design will be addressed in conjunction with regulatory and privacy compliance such as HIPAA and AML/KYC, etc. Techniques to identify and prioritize features, determining what goes on Blockchain and what is designed to operate off-chain, use of 3rd party capabilities and internal databases and systems (i.e., ERP, records management), and key management will be highlighted.

    3 Hour Live Stream


    • ​​​​​​​The paradox of architecting a Blockchain solution for enterprises
    • Architecting solutions to ensure data privacy
    • Permissioned, Permissionless and hybrid approaches with Open and Closed models
    • Addressing Business Challenges with Blockchain
      • Blockchain use cases in private sector – examples from:
        • Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, and Media
        • Real estate application use case solution design
          • Use case identification and current/future state outline
          • Identify key functions, users, roles and responsibilities, assets and transactions
          • Identity management and multi-sig set up, AML/KYC compliance, privacy and record data management, overall solution design considerations for user interface, business logic, and smart contract development. Key management, database and storage, compute resources, possible Blockchain implementation options
      • Blockchain use cases in public sector
        • Digital identity, records management, healthcare, provenance, title deeds
        • Case study review of Citizen identity management
        • Case study of health records management and solution design
          • Use case identification and current/future state outline
          • Identify key functions, users, roles and responsibilities, assets and transactions
          • Identity management and multi-sig set up, privacy (HIPAA) compliance, EHR data management, overall solution design considerations for user interface, business logic, and smart contract. Key management, database and storage, and compute resources, possible Blockchain implementation options
      • Open Design workshop
        • Participants can suggest use cases which will be designed live during the workshop as a group.

    205. Blockchain Transformation Strategy & Business Case Framework Workshop

    This workshop is for enterprise and start-up executives, consultants, strategy and product leads who are tasked with leading the development of the Blockchain Strategy as part of the organizational Digital Transformation initiative or as a disruptive start-up. Key principles of Design Thinking, Management Consulting hypothesis driven strategy development, various analysis methodologies including PESTEL, SWOT, weighted average and prioritization techniques, Solution Architecture current/future state and gap analysis will be introduced and leveraged to develop a detailed strategy. A use case with IoT and Blockchain will be leveraged in a supply chain to teach the principles and then participants will devise their own strategy as part of the exercise.

    5 Hour Live Stream

    • ​​​​​​​Planning for Digital Transformation
    • Design Thinking and customer-centric design
    • External analysis
    • Organizational and business impact analysis
    • Use case identification and prioritization
    • Does Blockchain make sense - when and how to use it for the use case
    • Enterprise strategy development/alignment
    • Blockchain business model identification
    • Selecting the Governance Model
    • Blockchain technology and solution architecture
    • Data management
    • Regulatory and policy impact identification
    • PoC/Pilot/Production planning
    • Identifying risks and risk mitigation

    Other Courseware Material

    • Basic concepts of Finance and Economy
    • What is money, currency, legal tender, ledgers
    • History of Money
    • Economics of Bitcoin (Monetary policy)
    • Bitcoin White Paper
    • Concept of Inflation, Deflation and Disinflation
    • Hedging currency against Gold
    • External factors analysis (PESTEL)
    • Internal Capabilities analysis
    • SWOT/TOWS Analysis
    • Weighted Average and Use-case Prioritization
    • Strategy development
    • Lean business model canvas


  • Important Information

    Audience: Open to business and technology professionals who are learning about Enterprise Blockchain and Digital Transformation. 

    Methodologies and Tools: The following management / business / technology methodologies and tools may be used during this workshop. In cases where these tools are used, either a brief introduction to the concepts and/or supporting material will be provided to help develop the strategy/plan (not to teach the tools themselves):

    • Methods for determining disruptive forces and trends
    • Digital transformation journey planning
    • Design thinking and journey mapping 
    • PESTEL Analysis
    • SWOT/TOWS Analysis
    • Weighting average
    • Business Transformation Model 
    • Your cell phone / your laptop

    Certification: This course provides the foundational knowledge needed for all of the certifications. Certification requires successfully passing the online multi-choice exam. CCBP certification candidates also receive a capstone (Blockchain strategy and lean business model) template and receive feedback on the capstone. Successfully completing the capstone is needed for the CCBP certification only.

    Cost for Certification: Please note that there is an additional fee for review of the capstone project and the certification exam. This will be kept to a minimum and shall not exceed $300 for those registered for the bootcamps. Bootcamp participants will be emailed a coupon code to reduce certification costs. 

    Pricing and Discounts: Discount and coupon codes are for limited time only and may be discountinued at any time. Expect the price for any given course to increase closer to the date of the course.

    Refund Policy: Refunds are issued less processing and creditcard/Paypay fees as long as cancelation is received 30 days in advance of the event.Unfortunately we are not able to provide refunds within 30 days of event. 

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