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AI Training for Educational Businesses and Organisations

Harness the potential of AI for your educational business or organisation with Professor Rose Luckin's AI Roadmap

Learn in your own time:

AI Essentials for You and Your Organisation: The AI Planning Bootcamp


This course has been designed to provide you and your educational business or organisation with your first AI roadmap that details the next steps you need to take to design and deploy an AI solution for a challenge you are currently facing.

Format: Asynchronous

Price: £99

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If you want your training performed live online:

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Create an AI Plan for Your Organisation

Format: Synchronous

Price: prices start from £999

Our live training is delivered online as 5 x 2-hour workshops.  Your organisation will join a cohort in creating opportunities to share experiences, network and learn from each other.

Cohort Timeline:

  • The cohort runs for 5 sessions over three weeks

Terms & conditions

  • If you wish to cancel a booking or transfer a booking please refer to our cancellation policy here

Meet your AI Training team

Professor Rose Luckin, Founder & CEO

Rosemary (Rose) Luckin is a Professor at University College London and Founder of Educate Ventures Research (EVR) who has spent over 30 years developing and studying AI for Education. She is renowned for her research into the design and evaluation of educational technology and AI. She was named as one of the 20 most influential people in education in the Seldon List in 2017, the only non-US winner of the ISTE Impact Award, and one of Computer Weekly’s top 50 most influential women in technology for 2023. Rose regularly provides expert evidence to policymakers like the UK Parliament's House of Lords and House of Commons select committees and the European Commission.

Rose has published widely in academic journals, at international conferences, through books, and in news media (TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines). Her 2018 book, Machine Learning and Human Intelligence: The Future of Education for the 21st Century, has been translated into Mandarin and influenced many of China's leading AI companies. Her most recent book, AI for School Teachers (2022), is an essential and accessible guide to AI for anyone in education.

Professor Rose Luckin

Morgan Dee, Director of AI & Data Science

Morgan Dee is the Director of AI and Data Science at EDUCATE Ventures Research.  She leads the Data Science team in using data and AI to extract meaningful insights about human learning.  She holds a Master's degree in Data Science with AI from The University of Exeter, where she received recognition for her outstanding academic performance.  She also trained as a secondary school Physics teacher at the Institute of Education after completing her Master's degree in Astrophysics from The University of Manchester.  With a decade of teaching experience spanning across diverse locations including the UK, Nepal, Malawi, Hong Kong, and Japan, Morgan has developed a deep commitment to the ethical use of AI in Education.  Her primary goal is to unlock the full potential of every learner, ensuring their growth and success.

Morgan Dee, Director of AI & Data Science

Ibrahim Bashir, Technical Projects Manager

Ibrahim Bashir is a Software Developer currently working as a Data Engineer.  Ibrahim is a Fulbright fellow and has a Masters in Computer Science from Louisiana State University.  His work in the last 9 years has focused on the intersection of Big Data, Machine Learning and IoT. Once a passionate hobby roboticist, he hasn’t gone near one in years after 9 of the 12 machines he built from scratch for a swarm robotics project wouldn’t play nice and fried their circuit boards. 

Ibrahim Bashir, Technical Projects Manager

Dr Madiha Khan, AI & Data Science

Madiha is passionate about the EdTech sector, and the development of high-quality products which improve access to education.  Her combined academic and commercial experience enable her to take an evidence-based, yet commercially astute approach towards supporting her clients.  

Madiha is completing a PhD at the UCL London Knowledge Lab, focusing on the monitoring of co-regulation of learners by human tutors in an online classroom.  In parallel to her academic experience, Madiha has over ten years of experience as a strategy consultant, in the EdTech sector amongst others.  She has worked closely with educational technology firms, private equity firms and accreditation bodies to develop corporate strategy, reporting at board level.

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