You have to realise that you are asking the wrong questions.
Of course, copying documents without the copyright holder's permission is illegal in most places, and morally wrong. Tthat is something that everyone needs to learn. However it is not something that has a technical solution.
(And while we are on the subject of things people would do well to learn about information, I would add: the advantages of options like creating commons and open source licenses.)
I am also looking to stop right click and print. I understand there will always be a way of copying (cameras etc.), but I would like to make it a little more difficult. Would you know how to prevent right clck copy and print?
Please excuse my bluntness but it is thinking about things from the wrong angle completely. Yes there are things you can do to make it more difficult but the workarounds for these tricks are mostly trivial. Add to this that if your material has any value then your users will soon find the workaround. If they don't bother to ask Google for the workaround then is the material of any value in the first place?
Sure, I agree, but I still want the functionality for certain aspects of the course, ie. assessments. It is not my wish but that of the accrediting body. I just needd to get this done.
I have found some software for doing this, would you know if this is any good?
Are you sure you need a technical solution?
If it's about a -the accrediting body- of some kind. Than it could be that you need legal advice about how to handle the legal stuff and to find out if the technical stuff is really needed.
Expect there’s a more non-technical solution to this.
Disable Opera users - EXCLUSIVE!
People using the Opera browser will be able to use the right-click menu on protected page even if "Disable right mouse button" option has been applied. This option gives you the ability to block all Opera users from viewing your pages.
Disable Mozilla users - EXCLUSIVE!
People using Mozilla based web browser (Netscape 6.X, Netscape 7.X and FireFox, etc) will make some protection options useless. You may choose this option to prevent Mozilla users from accessing your pages.
So some (most?) of their protection mechanisms are useless unless you prevent people from using certain browsers. Sounds like a very bad idea.
(Yes, it does seem to be fairly trivial to get around their basic protection under FireFox.)
Not to mention the fact that some of the points on that page are complete nonsense. (e.g. "This disables the ability to save your page to local cache. It is useful to prevent e-mail grabbers from extracting the addresses from your site.")
I know this is no help whatsoever but I wouldn't take on a job where the client insisted on something so crazy.
Have you thought about just putting the basic outline of the courses online so that no one would be able to copy the exact version of your course because there is not enough information to copy? Also, maybe trying different methods of course delivery such as teleconference, webinars and/or podcasts that are only available for limited amounts of time?
Unfortunately, if things are on paper, there are always going to be those people who can figure out how to access it without authorization.