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ADL is committed to expanding the boundaries of Distance Learning and broadening the opportunities for students across the world to study new and exciting disciplines through the power of the internet. Today we are proud to announce the new courses commencing at the end of April 2014.
 

Certificate of Applied Ninjitsu AFJ1001
In today’s cutthroat world of business you need an edge. Preferably three foot long and made of steel. However, since it is typically illegal in most small thinking countries to carry swords in public it is important to think smarter not harder.

Our Certificate of Applied Ninjitsu takes the ancient Japanese arts of stealth and deception and updates them for use in the modern world. Across eight easy lessons you will learn important and useful skills ideal for any office environment such as:
 

  • How to make a smoke bomb in a cup of coffee to escape dull staff meetings.
  • How to poison a rival going after your promotion and frame your other rival.
  • Nine ways to kill a man with a ballpoint pen.

Get ahead of the competition at work by literally removing their head! Take the Certificate of Applied Ninjitsu – with ADL!

Advanced Alchemy I & II – AFJ1002
Graduates of our previous Alchemy course have long been asking for a new course to further develop their academic knowledge of this most noble of ancient disciplines, and we at ADL are glad to oblige.

Introducing our new Advanced Alchemy course, your complete starting point for getting started in this fascinating discipline. Through the use of chemicals you too can create potions, elixirs and tonics that magically combine the power of shampoo and conditioner in a single handy bottle!

But wait, there’s more – across ten lessons you’ll go from novice to master performing such exciting experiments as dissolving low value coins in soda and turning lead into gold!

Graduates of both courses are eligible for membership in the Royal College of Alchemists and will receive both a letter of achievement and philosopher’s stone to mark their attainment.

Diploma in Taxidermy.
Everybody loves animals. Unless you’re some sort of heartless monster. And how better to love animals than to ensure that they can be with you forever and ever and ever…

Taxidermy is the art of taking a dead animal, pulling out all the yucky innards and then stuffing it full of nice, hygienic material to reform it into a life like statue made from the corpse of a once living beast. Thanks to this miraculous art, your beloved cat or dog need never leave your side again!

Across six modules of ten lessons each you will learn and gain in experience allowing you to confidently undertake larger and more complex animals. Begining with something simple, like a hamster or Jack Russell Terrier you’ll advanced shortly to cats and real dogs and more. As your final task, you’ll be required to submit a hands on project demonstrating what you have learned from one of the following three creatures – Elephant, Panda or Politician.

Don’t let something as small as death keep your beloved pet from you. Begin your diploma in Taxidermy from ADL today!

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