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Once upon a time we made a television advert. and for your viewing pleasure, it's made it's way to Youtube!

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Thoughts on Corporate Gift Giving

With the festive season approaching it’s time for businesses to take stock of their successes for the year and look to reward those employees who have contributed most to the business in the last twelve months. It’s true that most employees will happily take a cash bonus as a business or corporate gift but what

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October Newsletter

Just a snap shot of what happens here Staff hard at work packaging course material for an ADL Higher Advanced Diploma in Applied Animal Science – a very lucky student! We're always available, please do not hesitate to get in touch! If you're interested in any of these courses, please just drop us a line,

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Royal Horticultural Society Student Success

Congratulations! Congratulations to all our RHS students who passed their June exams! The Royal Horticultural Society have released the marks given by the exam boards and we could not be more pleased with the results achieved by learners on our courses.  The hard work and dedication put in by all of our students is in

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What actually is Animal Behaviour?

Behaviour is any externally observable activity of an animal. It is generally more useful to study animals in their natural habitat as we get a more “natural” view of their behaviour. But of course, this is not always possible. In general, animal behaviour includes: • Movement of parts of the body • Stopping expected movement

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What actually is AI and how does it work?

The term Artificial Intelligence (AI) was first coined by John McCarthy in 1956, and further published in 1959 entitled Programs with Common Sense in the Proceedings of the Teddington Conference on the Mechanization of Thought Processes. He discussed artificial intelligence in terms of “thinking machines”. John McCarthy was known as the “father of AI”.  According to the English Oxford

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Counselling and Sigmund Freud: An Introduction

The value and relevance of psychotherapy to counselling has been debated, with some arguing that it is beyond the scope of counselling, and should only be applied by psychologists or psychotherapists.   There is also some disagreement about the usefulness of this approach after all.  Since it focuses on uncovering repressed memories and experiences from

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How to get your poetry to speak to people

Poetry is a beautiful art form. Unfortunately, despite being poignant and deeply personal, we sometimes still imagine something akin to “An ode to a small lump of green putty I found under my armpit one midsummer’s morning”. But the good news is that poetry is still alive and vibrant today! You might even be able

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Have You Tried Aromatherapy?

Many of us are finding additional ways of looking after ourselves. For example, have you considered that aromatherapy is a good option for self-care and therapy? Of course, we know that we should seek advice from our doctors for medical problems, but there are many ways to increase our sense of wellbeing and positive mental

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