For this website to function and display pages, etc. as intended, cookies were used. In order for the website’s functionality to be optimal and to provide you with the user experience we hope will promote your visit to us here and now as well as for repeat visits, you must accept the cookies that were used here.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files created by websites you visit that are stored on your computer or mobile device. They simplify your online experience by saving browser information. With the help of cookies, you can remain logged in to websites, website settings are saved and locally adapted information is shown to you. Cookies can also save login information for the website you visit. That is cookies remember your login if you so wish for a specific website. You will then avoid repeating the login details every time you visit the same website.
You can allow or block cookies saved by websites. You do this in your browser under ”settings”.
Most websites that require you to log in to interact with the website will function incorrectly if you do not allow the website to save its cookies. This also includes this website as we have a login procedure for our courses. These cookies are used for, among other things, technical functionality on the website.
Cookies on this website cannot be completely excluded if you wish to access the website’s courses, media and other information as you may also need to register to access certain parts of our websites.
If you visit our home page, we will set a temporary cookie to check whether your browser accepts and is able to display our website as intended. This cookie does not contain any personal data and it disappears when you close your browser.
Cookies are also created when you register and log in with your own username and password on this website. Cookies are also created to keep track of when you are logged in.
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