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Courses You Might Want to Revisit

1 September 2016

Ever regretted not going back and finishing a course at school or college? Perhaps you completed a course but didn’t get the mark you wanted? The good news is that you’re never too old to revisit a course and get the result that you deserve.  ...

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Top 10 Tips to Creating Your Own Study Space

3 August 2016

Gathering the energy and concentration to revise, or complete an assignment can sometimes be a struggle. However, creating the perfect environment to study in will make it easier to keep procrastination at bay and concentration levels at an all-tim...

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What is Distance Learning?

26 July 2016

If you’d love to study from home or work, rather than having to attend a college or university in person then a distance learning course could be just what you’re looking for. With home study courses you can study remotely, at your own pace and...

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What is the difference between GCSE and IGCSE?

19 July 2016

In 2013, 78,000 pupils took the IGCSE English Language exam compared with 17,000 the year before. The IGCSE is becoming more popular, with some schools even enrolling students on both traditional GCSE and the IGCSE. However, they can also be a sour...

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How to Become a Garden Designer

1 July 2016

If you're a plant-lover with a creative streak, garden design might be the career for you. You may not have previously realised that there's a job out there that lets you use an interest in plants while exercising your creativity and even a bit of ...

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How to Become a Carer

27 June 2016

Caring is quite simply one of the most rewarding careers that a person can participate in, but it doesn’t come without it’s fair share of hard work. First and foremost, caring is a role that holds a huge amount of personal responsibility. You act o...

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The Counselling and Psychotherapy Course

27 May 2016

People will often turn to a Counsellor or Psychotherapist to talk about hard-hitting topics that a regular doctor may not be equipped to deal with. These can include bereavement, stress, depression, eating disorders, and alcohol or drug abuse. B...

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Learning a Foreign Language

26 May 2016

Whether you are thinking of studying abroad and need to brush up on the local dialect, or you just want to improve your lingual skills before you travel, it can be very rewarding to learn a foreign language. Not only does it allow you to communicat...

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10 Awesome Revision Tips

16 May 2016

Ever wondered what your exam results would have been like if you had revised more? According to a recent survey, almost a quarter of 15 to 23-year-old students wait until the day before an exam to start revising! However, research also...

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April Prize Draw Winner

4 May 2016

Congratulations to Emilia Finamore who is our latest DLC Feedback Prize Draw Winner and has won a Kindle Fire HD7. Emilia had completed the Counselling & Psychotherapy - Level 4 Course and gave the following feedback: "The course was amazing...

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