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To book a workshop(s) please complete the below form.

If you experience any difficulty with the form you can also book a workshop(s) by emailing bc.studentrecruitment@northumbria.ac.uk with your name, school/college, contact details and which workshop(s) you would like delivered. 

Once we have received your booking we will create a programme based on workshop choices and available time. 

Please refer to the workshop descriptions for more information.

Bookings will be dealt with on a first come, first served basis and are subject to availability.

 

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