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Internet Safety Seminars

May 9th, 2016
by Alain

After decades as an Information Technology professional, Alain has facilitated learning for teens and adults, on the topics of Internet Safety, Information Security Systems and Personal Development. His passion, as always is helping people make the most of the potential they have and this includes making the most of the technology available to them.

As a parent of three adults children and 2 ‘bonus’ children, Alain is passionate about teaching others how to protect their family and loved ones from the dangers of Internet Predators, Scammers, Identity Thieves, Cyber Bullies and Pornography.

In this information-packed 3 hours workshop:

  • you will learn to recognize the signs and dangers that your family may be facing on the internet.
  • you will know how you can apply the latest technology & information to protect your family.
  • you will acquire easy-to-use tools and tips that you can use for your own computers, tablets and smartphones.

Finally, you will be presented with a few external resources that you or your children can use for confidential help -if you think you or your loved ones may be involved with dangerous activities online.

Contact us for booking information.

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Make an online course

August 20th, 2015
by Alain

Here a great webinar from Iman Aghay on important points to consider when creating an online course.

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The Science of Studying

July 18th, 2013
by Alain

The Science of Study
Source: Best Education Degrees

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How to create a video article on your blog

July 15th, 2013
by Alain

Here is my first video article for this site. Coincidentally, it is a video tutorials on how to create your own video article.


How to create a video article for your blog

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Where is Alain?

June 5th, 2013
by Alain

Wow, it’s already been 5 months since I wrote my last post here. What have I been up to and where was I?

Over the past 6 months, I have been busy developing and producing a series of video lessons to help teens and young adults prepare for Successful Independent Living.

As part of this interesting project, I have had the privileged to interview some really passionate people. As you know, I am passionate about what I do and when I meet other people passionate about what they do I am in heaven. Just today, I interviewed one of those passionate person, her name is Nancy F.

Nancy runs an agency that helps kids prepare for successful independent living. Her passion and love for these young people really affected me in a positive way today, her passion is infectious. To hear Nancy talks about “her” kids and how excited she is when they succeed is inspiring. However, what impressed me the most is to hear her talking about when they fail, and how she stick by them through these valleys and never closes the door on them. Like many heroes, she gave all the credit to her staff and their commitment to the young people they work with on a daily basis.

Today I heard so many great stories about our young people that it really encouraged me a lot. Some of these kids have gone through dramatic events in their lives, event that would have crippled many of us. Yet, they overcame! The future belongs to them and I feel great about what they will achieve.

Their stories reinforce my belief that our history is not our destiny.

Are you so passionate about your career, jobs or vocation that the success of your “clients” is “your success”? If you are one of those person that put your client, student or staff first then, you are a hero in my world. I applaud you, continue to spread your passion around and be a service to others. Investing in people’s lives is a worthwhile goal. What you give to others, what success you help others achieve will be your legacy to this world.

May God bless you and your team Nancy F. of Edmonton.

For my part, I will try to write more often.

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