Cookies & Privacy


In accordance with the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), coming to effect from 25th May 2018, users have the right to know how their data is used and stored.

What data we have:

We only hold your name, email address or website details provided to us through the website Contact Page.

What we do with it:

We use your contact details as a means of direct communication with people who have made enquiries through our site Contact Page.

We do not transport, process or share personal information on any individual that has made contact through the website Contact Page. Our system will automatically retain a name and email address (in the usual way) so that we may respond to those who make contact. We do not (and will not) spam.

We do not currently create newsletters, nor will we advertise our general services as a direct result of contacting us.  We may get back in touch with individuals regarding specific courses or services previously requested.

Your control over your data:

You have the right to update or delete your personal information at any time. If you wish to do so please email us at



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