Digital Innovators Programme

Are you a student in Guernsey with a passion for Tech? 

Are you ready to step into the forefront of innovation? Whether you are aiming to study Computer Science at University, kickstart your career in the Digital Sector or fuel your passion for technology, then this course is for you. Taking place over six 1-hour virtual sessions the course will see students take a deep dive into the topic of Artificial Intelligence with leading tutors from University College London. 

We are pleased to be offered a limited set of fully funded placements for this course as part of this years Digital Innovators Programme which is kindly powered by First Central Group. 

The programme will consist of six 1-hour extra-curricular virtual learning sessions taking place at the Digital Greenhouse at 4:15pm. Students will also be able to join from home or school. The full schedule of topics and dates can be found below.



Session Topic



Introduction to AI revolution

Prof Philip Treleaven

25th Jan 2024

Harnessing AI in the workplace

Tim Barnes

1st Feb 2024

Fundamentals for using AI tools for education

Jean R Bott

8th Feb 2024

Ethics of AI usage

Dr E M (TBC)

29th Feb 2024

Further use of AI tools for education and future careers

Prof M M (TBC)

13th Mar 2024

AI and the future of work

Dr Dan Brown

13th Mar 2024


Student Summit

We are pleased to announce the Digital Innovators Student Summit taking place on Wednesday 13th March 2024 at the Digital Greenhouse. This summit is open to all students looking to further their understanding of AI and how it is changing the future of work. 

Find out more and register 

Applications are now closed for the 2024 Digital Innovators Programme

Programme powered by

The Digital Innovator Programme sees over 150 post-14 students taking part annually, from across the islands schools and colleges developing key creative problem solving, tech and entrepreneurial skills.

“We’re proud to power the Digital Greenhouse’s Digital Innovators Programme. The programme invites students to tackle a skills problem statement using technology-based solutions. Our students are the island’s future, so it’s important we provide them with opportunities to engage with digital technologies.”

John Davison, Chief Information Officer at First Central Insurance & Technology Group