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This was a very good course with such a friendly teacher. Learnt a lot in a very relax atmosphere. It was perfect !... read more

Christine - 18-NOV-14

Informal fun course. 13 attendees. Well organised and very informative. A step by step demonstration on how to make macaroons, followed by each... read more

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Nine reasons you should leave your sofa this autumn

Nine reasons you should leave your sofa this autumn

As the nights draw in and we get ready for winter, curling up in front of the TV has never looked more appealing. Talk in the office turns to X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing, and it seems we are not alone in our wintery wish...read more

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Our favourite free courses

Here at Hotcourses we believe that the best things in life really are free and that this should include learning. There is nothing like trying before you buy and going along to a taster session to find out more about a subject....read more

Paul Hill – advice for wannabe plumbers

Paul Hill – advice for wannabe plumbers

Choosing a course sometimes feels like booking a holiday; you scroll through pages of course descriptions, read hundreds of reviews, shortlist your favourites and eventually book one. Yet unlike the teenage week in the sun you...read more

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Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts

Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts

Mountview Summer Courses for Amateur Actors and Directors read more

Pitman Training in London and Manchester

Pitman Training in London and Manchester

Nationally recognised, flexible office skills based read more

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