Find out more here!


It is an interdisciplinary programme for post primary schools which encourages the development of key life skills and supports young people, their teachers and parents as they navigate major transitions and life moments. Key features include:
• 1 easy to use online portal
• 270+ free digital educational resources for students, teachers, and parents across Guidance Related Learning and Wellbeing, Business, Accounting, Economics, TY, Home Economics, Financial Education, and more
• 65 inspirational life skills TV episodes and podcasts, Future Sparks TV
• Regular digital ezines and resource sharing
• Free interactive ‘Stay Safe’ fraud awareness presentations for your school
• Partnership with and the AIB Career Skills Competition

Simply register your interest using the contact form on the bottom of this page or alternatively email us at or call 01 522 4880. A member of the team will get back to you within working hours (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm) with your school’s unique access code. From here, you can use this code to create your very own teacher account.

The AIB Future Sparks Programme has been primarily designed as a resource bank for teachers to assist in the teaching of life skills as part of curricular work. All the resources on the website are ‘pick up and teach’ and some resources are available for students to use directly or for parents. Simply register to gain access to your unique AIB Future Sparks Teacher Account and School Account, log in, have a look around, and enjoy!

During the year, simply log on, select which resources you would like to use and enjoy!

The AIB Future Sparks Programme has resources for every year group from 1st Year right up to 6th Year, including TY and LCA students. Subjects include: Guidance Related Learning and Wellbeing, Business Studies, Business, Accounting, Economics, Home Economics and Financial Education subjects, LCVP, and Transition Year modules.

No, AIB Future Sparks is completely free!

AIB have seen the move towards skills-based learning in recent years, especially with the introduction of the Framework for Junior Cycle in 2015, and emphasis on developing students’ talents and ‘skills’ in the ongoing Senior Cycle Framework, and we believe that learning life skills today will future-proof lives, careers and our economy for tomorrow. Post pandemic, we believe that this type of education environment where students develop key transferable life skills through their engagement with the curriculum will be more important than ever and we want to do our part.