A cookie is a small file which asks permission to be placed on your computer’s hard drives. Once added with your agreement cookies help to analyse web traffic and they can help a site respond to you as an individual in some cases. In general cookies help to improve your browsing experience and make your experience of using our website better.
We use system cookies that are required to run our website. These are essential for your browsing experience. These cookies run as part of the website, so are essential.
These cookies are:
- Stripe Payments System
- EU cookie consent
- WordPress test cookies
Other Cookies – GA (.gstatic) – Google analytics cookie
We use traffic cookies only to identify which pages of our website are being used. This is to help us analyse how our web site is used and how best to improve our website to suit your needs.
We use this information for statistical analysis. These cookies help us to improve our website by providing feedback about how our website is used.
The data collected by cookies on this website is collected anonymously. These cookies do not contain any sensitive data or allow us to access any other information about you. We only receive personal data when you choose to share it with us, for example by subscribing to our newsletters or sending an enquiry or booking a course through our contact forms.
this is set by your browser, to help with your browsing experience, not just on our website but all browsing you do with Google.
Our website may from time to time contain links to other relevant websites. Please note, that if you use these links to leave our site, we do not have control over the cookie policies of any other website you subsequently visit and therefore we cannot be responsible for the control and protection of your data once you have left this site. Such sites will be governed by their own cookie and privacy policies.