Training Timetable for term 1 2015

Training Timetable for term 1 2015

I am booked for three training courses at PICAL on Philip Island next term starting Thursday Feb 19th for 8 weeks.

These are :-

  • iPad for beginners (Thursday Morning)
  • Photo Editing for beginners (mainly Picasa) (Thursday afternoon)
  • Photo Editing  advanced, using Lightroom and Photoshop. (Thursday evening)

Contact Pical at (03) 5952 1131 for more information and booking details.

Training Timetable Term 2 2014

Training Timetable Term 2 2014

I am booked for three courses at Pical for term 2 2014.

These take place at Picals training facility in Cowes Philip Island, and are open to everyone .

Using the Internet (Wednesday Morning)

iPad Introduction (Thursday Morning)

iPad advanced (Thursday AAfternoon)

Go to picals website at http://www.pical.org.au for full details and how to book.

All course start during the week begining 5th May and are 8 weeks duration.

Training Timetable Term 2 2013

Training Timetable Term 2 2013

The two courses I am teaching at PICAL, Phillip Island this term are fully booked and are well underway.

In term 3, starting in late July I will again be conducting the courses “Introduction to the Internet”, “iPad for beginners” and also “developing your own Web site” a beginners introduction to WordPress. If you wish to attend any of these contact PICAL on 03 5952 1131 or go to their web site http://www.pical.org.au.

I also undertake individual tuition at my office in Wonthaggi or can conduct training for organisations either at their place of work or at my office.

Tips to help protect you from cyber criminals

Tips to help protect you from cyber criminals

A great article in todays Melbourne Age:-

Don’t give cyber punks a free pass

The main conclusions from the article are:-

  • Use passwords that look like gibberish
  • Don’t use the same password for everything
  • Choose difficult security questions
  • Don’t trust people who call, or links in emails
  • Don’t use the same email address for everything
  • Turn on two-factor authentication

Beware Scammers

Beware Scammers

Most people recognise the Nigerian or 419 scams but unfortuantely these criminals are as ingenious and creative as the people trying to block their deads as the following article in The Melbourne Age illustrates.

http://www.theage.com.au/digital-life/consumer-security/from-nigeria-with-love-20120717-228bi.html

Just remember “If it seems too good to be true it probably is”