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Coronavirus Notice

We would advise all clients to contact the appropriate department direct through the CONTACT US facility - this applies to Technical Support, Sales Assistance, Invoicing & Administration. You can also contact us on 01 2917900 but we are experiencing a high number of support/assist calls so please work with us and we will tackle this crisis together.

On careful consideration of current Government announcements - PC Peripherals will remain open to support our customers in your efforts to supply essential IT equipment to frontline services that need assistance in setting up their employees to work from home and provide general IT support during these difficult times. However it should be noted that supplies of certain items, such as mobile devices, are in very high demand and supplies are limited.

With the health and safety of customers and staff in mind we have taken the decision to close (temporally) our walk-in reception/store however we will continue to get goods out to our clients via a PCP and 3rd party courier service. We do ask that you remain patient as we work to get your product delivered in as much of a timely process as possible.

There are no doubt difficult days ahead for us all but, whilst working within government guidelines, the directors and staff of PC Peripherals are committed to our frontline service obligations and will continue to offer you the best support we can. Please contact us directly if you think we can help you further.

In all the turmoil - we hope that you and your family keep safe and well as we all look forward to better days ahead.

Thanking you – PC Peripherals – Your Partner in IT.

12th May, 2015

Minister for Education and Skills announces €7m in grants to 450 post-primary schools to support implementation of Design and Communication Graphics programme

The Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O'Sullivan TD, has today announced that she is making available €7 million in grants for schools to help implement the Design and Communication Graphics (DCG) curriculum.

DCG, introduced in 2007, is one of the main Leaving Certificate subjects where information technology is a central requirement in assessment methodology. Last year, over 5,400 students sat the subject for the Leaving Certificate, and it is studied in 450 schools.

Announcing the grants, Minister O'Sullivan said: "My Department recognises the importance of DCG as it directly contributes to the key skills required in Ireland's knowledge-based economy. It incorporates principles of science, materials, manufacture, design, technology and information technology".

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