Louise Bezuidenhout, Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, Oxford: Projects such as the CODATA-RDA School for Research Data Science highlight the need for building capacity in research data skills around the world. Indeed, without these key skills it is likely that many disciplines and communities will continue to miss out on the benefits of a growing pool of open data resources online. Educating researchers in data skills is thus fundamental in maximizing the benefits of Open Science, but it is also an opportunity to shape the future by educating for responsible data science. This talk will examine the ethics/Open Science component of the CODATA-RDA school and highlight how the commitment to responsible research underpins all areas of instruction. It will also discuss some of the difficulties of educating for data ethics and responsible practice in a field that is multi-disciplinary and multi-national. Finally, the talk will cover the practice-oriented, modular approach to ethics that has been developed in the CODATA-RDA school to specifically address these challenges.