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Katie Harvey
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Hi, We are just inquiring about the different BSL courses that are available. We work in a school and our intentions are to create a BSL after school club. We would like to know, when purchasing any courses, whether these are purchased individually and can only be used for one person with one certificate given at the end, or whether one course can be purchased and used for a group of 5 people (making sure all attending have a certificate at the end.) We have seen the BSL course for groups but because we are under 6 people, we are unable to sign up for that particular course. 

Any advice would be brilliant. Thank you in advance for your time. 

 

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