Working with Ireland's schools to make our children's digital lives safer.

Smart phones, tablets and social media apps are now part of everyday life for our children and teenagers. As parents, teachers and guardians, it is our ongoing responsibility to ensure their safety online and on digital devices. We created the immunizeNet interactive school workshops and our constantly updated resource library to help educate all children to become safe, smart digital citizens.


Our school workshops.

immunizeNet student workshop

immunizeNet workshops are designed to empower and equip pupils and parents with the ability to take positive actions to improve their online safety and protect their privacy. We provide the skills, knowledge and resources that will help them become smart and safe digital citizens. Our workshops are trusted and endorsed by schools, parents and pupils and we are now taking bookings for all of our 2016 courses


Trusted by schools, parents and pupils

“The immunizeNet training workshops are accessible, educational and eye-opening! They are a vital source of information, helping to show parents simple, effective methods to keep our kids safe online. They should be a go-to resource for all Irish Schools. I highly recommend them!”
— Stephanie Ruth - Secretary, Sacred Heart PA
“All pupils agreed that yesterday’s workshop was outstanding! They were able to tell me what they learnt from it and what they will do differently now. A resounding success! ”
— Eileen Dineen - Vice Principal Scoil Mhuire, Cork

Who we are 

All of the founders, partners and team members at immunizeNet are parents of school going children and teenagers with over 50 years combined experience in technology at global and senior level as well as experience in social enterprise


About our online resource centre & "how to" tutorials



Feedback about our tutorials

“This is the most brilliant resource available for child & teen online safety”
— Tracey Devlin - Cork, Ireland
“The immunizeNet website is an outstanding resource for all parents/guardians, in equipping them with the necessary skills to help make their children safer when online. It is a website that all parents are advised to view regularly.”
— Brendan Walsh - Vice Principal Sacred Heart Secondary School Clonakilty, Ireland


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