David Burt on fintech
House: Hundreds take fintech training
Fintech training has been taken up by hundreds of Bermudians, David Burt told the House of Assembly this morning.
The Premier said more than 300 registered for training, launched in January, while 130 completed introductory courses. Eighty took part in the Comparing Blockchain and Creating Fun Tokens courses, 75 people took the two-day Business Boot Camps, 25 people participated in the Technical Boot Camp hosted by ConnecTech, and 45 joined four Compliance lunch and learn sessions.
A further 167 have enrolled in the next phase of free online courses.
• To read David Burt’s statement in full, click on the PDF under “Related Media”
Planning pains for walk-in clinic
‘I just want to better myself’
Drink-drivers banned from roads
Front Street flies the flag for Pride
Man admits robbing store with pocket knife
Hot and bothered about lack of AC on buses
Boys build ‘buddy benches’
Back to school shopper reduces the hassle
Take Our Poll
- "What is the most significant reason for Bermuda residents choosing to leave the island?"
- Too small
- Different way of life
- Cost of living
- Gang activity and general crime
- Jobs/professional advancement
- Attitudes towards gays
- Total Votes: 5235
- Poll Archive