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Course to aid parents

Wednesday, 6th December, 2017 6:03pm

An online course has been launched to help parents in the area of cyber safety.

Cork company Quality Services International Ltd is running the course as it says that for some parents this is an unknown territory due to the advances in technology and social media. The company also said that becoming more knowledgeable in cyber safety and security will be on top of many parents’ agendas before Santa arrives.

Managing Director, Pat McCarthy and his team came up with the course called Surfing Online Safely A Parent’s Guide to Cyber Security.

This course is free and is also suitable for teachers and others working with young people. This course is online which means it can be taken anywhere and at any time. You can also test your knowledge at the end of the course with a short quiz.

To sign up email or visit

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