Reproducibility. Openness. Communication. The high connectivity of the digital age has made it easier than ever before to work collaboratively and share our research with a global audience. The Open Science movement has an instrumental role to play in this, by driving the development of data-sharing infrastructure, methodologies and licensing practices. Policy changes are starting to happen at the level of research councils and publishers, but we now need to ensure that openness can thrive at all levels of academia, requiring open science education. Openness in academia needs to be supported both by top-down policy change, and by bottom-up training of new recruits. At opensciencetraining.com, we aim to tackle the second of these, by helping you to integrate open science training into your existing teaching framework.