The workshops are called ‘Good to Know’ and will be run in the PC Repair Centre over the next few months
The first workshop will take place on Saturday afternoon at 2pm on July 21st at their business in Unit 10, Blackthorn Business Park.
Dalton Dullaghan who owns the company told the Dundalk Democrat that the
“Motivation behind the workshop is to educate & answer some of the more common questions we receive from customers at our workshop when they visit us. Good IT house-keeping is crucial to keeping your PC secure and your system running at peak performance.”
The team will cover a range of topics on the day, they will offer tips and advice to users about how to stay safe online and provide parents and users with tools to help them choose what content their children see online.
They will advise people on how to keep good back-up procedures and how to avoid the most common pitfalls of spyware & viruses and keep your PC up to date with an antivirus.
The PC Repair Centre will have a team of technicians presenting on the day and the course runs from 14:00 - 16: 30pm in their office at Blackthorn Business Park on the Old Coes Road.
Places are limited so if you wish to reserve a place, contact 042-9335355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The PC Repair Centre was founded by Dalton Dullaghan in 200 and can provide either annual contract agreements or a simple by-hour callout service to all types & sizes of businesses. Whatever your range of IT skills, The PC Repair Centre is there to assist you.