Learn to understand EU AI act
The AI Regulation course

Learn essential knowledge about the EU AI act in record time

Artificial intelligence (AI) opens up unprecedented opportunities for businesses, but it also carries significant risks. In order to successfully exploit the potential of this new technology, these risks must be controlled and the desired quality of AI must be ensured.

With the AI Act, the EU is creating a framework for trustworthy AI. The legislation aims to ensure that ethical principles and human rights are respected.

The AI Act takes a risk-based approach. It defines four risk categories – from low risk to unacceptable risk. The higher the risk, the higher the requirements for companies. The AI Act is expected to come into force in late 2023 or early 2024. Once the AI Act is passed, affected companies will have 24 months to comply with the requirements for each AI system.

Failure to comply could result in fines of up to €30 million or 6% of annual turnover. We therefore recommend early action.

Establishing appropriate governance processes can be a painstaking process.

But it can also be an opportunity to be seized!

What can you expect in the course?

What is your specific benefit?

How is the course structured?

Who the training is for

For anyone involved in the development and deployment of AI systems:

What you will learn

Week 1


Week 2

The requirements for high-risk systems



  • what is included:
  • 10 teaching units
  • helpful checklists


My recommendation
  • everything from the BASIC package
  • PLUS
  • Slack Channel for shared exchange
  • weekly questions / answers sessions
  • Bonus Material: Determine Risk Class


  • everything from PREMIUM package
  • PLUS
  • 2 individual coaching sessions of 45 min each


No one wants to pay for something they don’t need or want. That’s why I guarantee that if you contact me after watching two lessons and decide that the course is not for you, you will get your money back (no ifs or buts).


The course is planned for early 2024. More details will follow.

Frequently asked questions

The AI Act is expected to come into force in late 2023 or early 2024.
The AI Act’s basic requirements for AI systems are clear. They will be changed only slightly. As the introduction of AI governance will take about three years, it is important to start early.

Yes, if you have completed all course units, you will receive a certificate of participation.

On the one hand, determining the risk class is quite complex. It requires a more detailed analysis to be able to assess it. On the other hand, AI systems can also change their risk class, for example through “concept drift” or through applications that have not been thought through. So it is good to be on the safe side.

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