Why should I put up testimonials from past participants?
-Testimonials are a great way to give other people a sense of feeling how participants coped in the workshop and what was learnt
-To help you make a decision whether you should come to a class
-To give you an idea on the seriousness of the content that is discussed by all
-For advocacy of Niall Mulrine who created and delivered these workshops.
Parents Feedback from the workshops
“It made me more aware of possible “Danger Areas” and triggers to look for in children.I found the amount of children being bullied was very high” – Collette McGee, Parent
“A lot of parents don’t realise what the kids are looking up or doing”- Martina Carr, Parent
“Two 16 year old’s know more than I do and a nine year old” -Bernadette Mc Gettigan, Parent
“I think all schools should have this presentation” – Marie Kearney, Parent
“I recently attended a talk by Niall Mulrine on the internet and cyber bullying and as a parent, who thought they had
a pretty good idea of how to protect their children on the internet, I had my eyes opened.
I heard about network sites I hadn’t heard of before and how easy it is to dupe a child into situations that can and have been life threatening. As well as cyber bullying, other subjects were covered such as anti virus software and general computer safety. I found the talk very informative and delivered in a friendly and non patronizing manner. Niall also gave a talk to teenagers the night before which my 15 year old daughter attended and she described it as ‘brilliant’.
That in itself is a testimonial as to how Niall was able to interact with the young as well as the adults. In fact my daughter changed some of her Facebook settings as soon as she returned home from the talk.
I would certainly recommend that all adults and children who have anything to do with computers should attend a talk or seminar by Niall, They will not be disappointed and chances are they too will have their eyes and ears opened and maybe in learning about the dangers as well as the good things about the internet, a child’s life could be saved.” -Kathy McFadden, Parent
What Children are saying
“For this class I learned a lot and thought it as a laugh and experience” – Kieran Garagh, Student, 15 year old Male
“Made the class think about bullying. Good made me think what I wouldn’t want my sister/brother to go through that” – Student, Anon
“Good help learnt to check my friends”- Student,Anon 14 year old male
“Really helpful and educational worthwhile and learned new stuff about Facebook”- Student, Anon 15 year old male
What teachers are saying
“Niall provided an engaging and eye-opening look inside the world of social networks for our staff and Parents Association. Highlighting the dangers and pitfalls associated with this online revolution h elped prepare parents and teachers to protect both their own online presence and that of their children.”– Pauric O’Donnell, Teacher, St Eunan’s College,Letterkenny.
“Niall Mulrine of PC Clean offers an excellent talk for Parents on Internet & Social Media Safety. This issue has been identified by the Parents in our school as one which causes much anxiety and concern, especially for the Parents of children in the Senior Classes. Niall’s presentation is informative, thought provoking and unapologetic in the clear message which it gives to Parents. The talk was well attended and is one which we will definitely host every few years. I would highly recommend it to school authorities throughout the region.” -Fintan Keating, Principal, St. Mary’s Primary School, Stranorlar, Co. Donegal.
“I recently booked Niall Mulrine for a talk in our school on cyber bullying and internet awareness. The night was informative and interesting. The presentation was exactly what I was looking for and Niall answered questions on the night posed by parents. I would have no hesitation in recommending this service for any interested school.” -Paul Barron, Principal, St. Patricks NS, Maugherow, Co. Sligo
“Relevant and worthwhile presentation. All student conerns were addressed. The presentation was suitably pitched at the students level” – Helen Hickson, Teacher, Clongowes Wood College, Clane, Co. Kildare