The technology industry is moving towards a reality in which quantum computing is accessible and manageable. But beyond technology, you have to have a prepared workforce.

To do this, IBM has announced the Quantum Educators program , which introduces quantum computing in the classroom.

This initiative gives access to the quantum computers of the Blue Giant to both teachers and students .

Teachers will be able to connect and share information with each other, as well as take advantage of tools to start programming and experimenting with machines. For example, tracing practical classes with quantum systems . Students will be able to experience things like noise and quantum coupling .

To complete the teaching material, IBM offers the open source textbook «Learn Quantum Computing using Qiskit» , with examples to run algorithms in real quantum systems.

The Quantum Educators program is aimed at all types of teachers, from high school to university and graduate level teachers.