A little bit about...




TME (Technology Made Easy) is a web site that is accessible to everyone, whether you’re a teacher, a parent or just interested in gadgets

The aim of TME is to help you to use your latest purchase from the gadget world. We are going to create video tutorials on a regular basis to teach you how to use your latest purchase. If you have bought an iphone and would love to learn how to put music on to it or download an app make sure you check back here on a regular basis as we will have simple, easy to follow tutorials showing you how to do it and the best part its all FREE.

So why did we create TME.ie? We believe that the generation gap between adults and technology is getting wider. Kids are fantastic with technology, for example my nephew who is only 2 already knows how to use the latest iPad from Apple. Now he is by no means an expert but he knows how to “unlock” the screen (using his finger to “swipe” the touch screen) and navigate to the application that plays his favorite videos. There are a lot of adults out there who wouldn’t be able to do what he can. In fairness it’s not their fault they did not grow up in a world of touch screen, computers or the internet. As a result I have decided to create TME to help those who have fallen behind, we are going to teach you how to use all of your recent purchases.

We will be posting video tutorials on how to use your iphone, iPad and many many other gadgets, so remember to check back on a regular basis. Please feel free to post additional questions at the end of each post. If you ask the questions we will answer them for you.

Enjoy the learning.

Thomas Creighton

Thomas Creighton training

Thomas Creighton, is a  Professional Development Training Specialist with years of experience working in Education, Communications and Business sectors. He aims to combine his experience in all of these industries to ensure that the Training he delivers is Effective and Engaging for all concerned.

Thomas Creighton Training (TCT) has provided training support to teachers - who have begun using new technologies in their classrooms. By increasing teacher's confidence and abilities when using these technologies, educators have unleashed the creative potential, and have found the enormous potential of these new tools within the classroom.

Thomas is an Apple Professional Development Consultant - recognised by Apple for his experience in delivering quality training to Education establishments, and has presented on the prestigious Apple Learning Tour (Apple's leading education event in Europe) for two years. He is also a Microsoft Partner in Learning Trainer and works across a spectrum of devices and institutions providing a combination of technical and soft skills professional development training for educators and those involved in the education sector. He helps teacher's to assess their Learning activities to blend them with technologies, in a way that keeps the focus of the lesson on subjects and not the technology itself. 

He delivers 21st Century Learning Skills workshops to help leaders and teachers shape their classrooms and activities to deliver key areas identifed by UNESCO in their vision for 21st Century Classrooms.

To learn more about about Training solutions to suit your needs, please visit www.thomascreightontraining.com

 Casually leaning against walls for over 15 years...

Casually leaning against walls for over 15 years...

If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.
— John Dewey