February Mid Term 2021 online computer classes via Zoom Improve your child’s computer skills with this new and interactive computer class via Zoom. Topics covered: Design and create presentation slides with confidence. Learn how to use spreadsheets, find out by formulas and functions. (Level 2 only) Learn how to compose an email, reply, forward…More Detail
Halloween 2020 online computer classes via Zoom Improve your child’s computer skills with this new and interactive computer class via Zoom. Topics covered: Design and create a presentation slides with confidence. Learn how to use spreadsheets, find out by formulas and functions. (Level 2 only) Learn how to compose an email, reply, forward and…More Detail
Summer online computer course via Zoom – June and July 2020 Summer online computer course using Zoom. Monday to Friday – 2 hours per day. Searsol is now offering a new online computer course using Zoom over the months of June and July. The course is aimed at students who want to improve their computer…More Detail
Searsol Easter Computer Camps April 2020 in Dublin and Cork. Looking for something productive for your child to do over the Easter 2020? Why not enrol them in our Searsol Computer skills Easter camps where they will learn a range of computer skills which will help them through school and beyond. There are two levels…More Detail
Wondering what to do with your teenage daughter or son over the summer months? Why not a Searsol computer teen camp level 2. Improve their computer and typing skills over the summer months. Our level 2 Computer camp is suitable for children from the age of 13 to 18 years old who are…More Detail
Searsol computer Camps run over the month of July 2019 in Dublin and Cork. Looking for something productive for your child to do over the Summer? Why not enroll them in our Searsol computer skills camps where they will learn a range of computer skills which will help them through school and beyond. There is…More Detail
We currently live in a day and age where innovation penetrates pretty much every part of our society. Grown-ups work with a desktop computer, students work on assignments on their laptops, and even elementary school students fill in worksheets on iPads. Computer proficiency is along these lines a basic aptitude that kids need to move…More Detail
Easter computer skills camps – 2019 Easter computer camps available in Dublin for those students who want to improve their computer skills. The course runs over the Easter period for three hours per day. The emphasis is teaching your child the fundamental skill of touch typing along with other appropriate computer skills appropriate to their…More Detail
Now that you have been awarded a laptop exemption to type out your Junior or Leaving cert – what do you do next?
Now that you have been awarded a laptop exemption to type out your Junior or Leaving Cert – what next? Having to sit through State exams answering questions with pen and paper for hours at a time is all very well for those for whom writing poses no problems, but what about students who struggle…More Detail
Why learning in a Searsol after school centre is more beneficial than learning how to touch type at home.
It is more beneficial for your child to learn how to touch type at Searsol’s after school typing centres than at home for the following reasons: Nationwide network of after school typing centres Searsol offers a nationwide network of after school typing centre. We cover all the major cities in Ireland and are currently expanding…More Detail
What is the benefit of having a typing speed of 10, 25 and 40wpm? For most people, learning to type is as much about developing a typing speed as it is about discovering what fingers to use on alphabet keys on the keyboard. After all, while typed copy allows for a more professional printed presentation…More Detail
Hunt and Peck typing method versus touch-typing. Which method is preferred when learning how to type?
Touch-typing is a skill that grows from training your fingers to automatically hit the correct characters on a keyboard in order to type the words and sentences you wish to compose. The method is called touch-typing because, over time, your fingers are trained to find the relevant letters by touch – so that you no…More Detail