Professional Writing Academy Ltd uses cookies to make our site easier for you to use each time you visit us.

Cookies are small text files that are transferred to your computer, smartphone or tablet when you visit certain websites. They help the website to remember you so that the next time you visit you can use the site faster.


We use them to:

  • Remember the notifications you’ve seen, so that we don’t show you them again
  • Help you to complete repeat bookings or our contact forms faster when you visit it us again

We don’t store your private information and our cookies won’t harm your computer, smartphone or tablet. Most web browsers accept cookies. If you want to block them, or only want to accept them from certain sites, you can change the settings on your browser. By continuing to visit our site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.


These are the cookies that we use on this website and what we use them for. We use these cookies for analytics purposes and to see how our website is used:

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These help us offer the online purchase of our courses and products:

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This cookie helps us detect whether our website is being accessed by a real person:

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These help us manage the sign-up to our mailing lists:

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These storage items help us deliver the online purchase process on our website:

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The full name of these cookies may vary but they will always start with the letters given above. The purpose of the cookie remains the same regardless of the name you see.


Third-party cookies

We use YouTube (Google) and Vimeo to display videos on our website and we use Twitter to display our latest tweets. These third parties may add cookies to your computer when you visit our website and the ones they use may change from time to time. Their privacy policies explain which cookies they use and what they do:


How to find out more

If you want to know more about cookies and how they are used, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website has a lot of good, clear information. The ICO is the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.