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Hi, excuse my ignorance on this, but I was wondering how I register for a course. I have an option to make an enquiry about the course and to see more information. Is there something specific I'm supposed to do

Hi Richard, To register for a course you need to contact the course provider. We don't run any of the courses advertised on this website, we simply advertise them on behalf of course providers. You can view details about courses and then contact the college or course provider regarding registration. Contacting can be done via the forms or from the college pages which lists the phone numbers for colleges/course providers..







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