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Belfast training courses and certification

Knowledge Train Belfast,
Forsyth House,
Cromac Street,
Belfast BT2 8LA,
Northern Ireland,
United Kingdom.

Getting here

6-minute walk from Lanyon Place Train Station.
13-minute walk from Great Victoria Street Train Station.

More information about Belfast

Training in Belfast

Belfast is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, located on the east shore of the River Lagan. It is the 12th biggest city in the United Kingdom and Ireland’s second largest. Belfast was an important harbour by the early nineteenth century. It played a key part in the Irish Industrial Revolution, momentarily being the world’s largest linen manufacturer, earning it the title “Linenopolis.”

It was a prominent centre of Irish linen manufacture, tobacco processing, and ropemaking by the time it was awarded city status in 1888. Shipbuilding was also prominent; the Harland and Wolff shipyard, which produced the RMS Titanic, was the largest in the world.

Belfast City Centre

Travel to and from Belfast


Belfast is a car city, with 77% of all trips taken by automobile, 11% taken by public transportation, and 6% taken on foot. This is backed up by a robust road network, including the 22.5-mile M2 and M22 motorways. In the city, black cabs are popular. Private hire cabs much outnumber them.

Black cab in Belfast
Bus and Rail

Belfast’s bus and train public transportation systems connect residential regions to the city centre via 12 high-quality bus routes that operate along major radial highways.

Northern Ireland Railways runs metropolitan services via Belfast’s northern suburbs to Carrickfergus, Larne, and Larne Harbour, eastwards to Bangor, and south-westwards to Lisburn and Portadown.

Belfast has a direct train service to Dublin, but no train services to other cities in the United Kingdom due to a lack of bridge or tunnel connections.

Great Victoria Street Station

There are two airports in the city. Domestic and international flights are available at Belfast International Airport, which is located northwest of the city near Lough Neagh.

The George Best Belfast City Airport is closer to the city centre by rail from Sydenham and serves domestic and international flights inside the United Kingdom.

Belfast International Airport

Belfast has a port for shipping cargo and passenger ferries. Stena Line uses standard boats to make frequent services to Cairnryan in Scotland. Stena Line also has a service to Liverpool.

Train and bus stations in Belfast

Things to do in Belfast

Parks and gardens

Belfast is surrounded by mountains, which give an ideal microclimate for horticulture. Belfast has a lot of parkland and woodland parks, which are a big part of the city’s history and home to a lot of indigenous species.

There are about 40 public parks in Belfast. The Botanic Gardens in the Queen’s Quarter is one of the most popular. The Botanic Gardens Palm House, built in the 1830s, is one of the first examples of a cast-iron glasshouse. Rose gardens and live music concerts are among the park’s other attractions.

The International Rose Garden at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park, to the south of the city centre, draws thousands of tourists each year. Its 128-acre grounds include a Japanese garden, a walled garden, and the Golden Crown Fountain, which was built in 2002.

Belfast Botanic Gardens

Belfast Zoo is one of the few zoos in the United Kingdom that is supported by the local government. The zoo is one of Northern Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions, with over 295,000 visits each year.

Because of the loss of their natural habitats, most animal exhibitions are classed as ‘at risk’ species. The zoo shelters around 1,200 animals from 140 distinct species and participates in European and worldwide breeding programmes that serve to secure the survival of several endangered species.

Belfast Botanic Gardens
Other parks in Belfast
Ormeau Park
Ormeau Road, Belfast BT7 3GG, United Kingdom.
Main Phone: 028 9032 0202
Botanic Gardens
1 Colenso Parade, Belfast BT9 5AN, United Kingdom.
Main Phone: 028 9031 4762
Map of parks in Belfast

Many significant museums in Belfast proudly showcase the city’s legacy. HMP Belfast is a former jail located on Crumlin Road in north Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is also known as Crumlin Road Gaol and the Crum. It has been the last Victorian-era jail in Northern Ireland since 1996.

The Northern Ireland War Memorial opened at Talbot Street in 2007, replacing a previous structure known as Memorial House, which was demolished during the Blitz in 1941. It houses the Home Front Exhibition as well as the first national monument to the hundreds of people murdered during the Belfast Blitz.

Crumlin Road Gaol
Other museums in Belfast
Ulster Museum
Botanic Gardens, Belfast BT9 5AB, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9044 0000
Irish Republican History Museum
5 Conway Place, Belfast BT13 2DA, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9024 0504
Titanic Belfast
1 Olympic Way, Queen’s Road, Belfast BT3 9EP, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9076 6386
Map of museums in Belfast

Windsor Park is home to the Northern Ireland national football team. Crusaders, the 2017-18 Irish League winners, are based in Seaview, in the city’s northwestern outskirts. George Best, the 1968 European Footballer of the Year, and a former Manchester United player, was born in Belfast and died in November 2005. There are around twenty Gaelic football and hurling clubs in Belfast. The Antrim County teams play at Casement Park in west Belfast, which has a capacity of 32,000, making it the second largest Gaelic Athletic Association venue in Ulster.

Ulster Rugby, the 1999 Heineken Cup champions, play at Ravenhill Stadium in the city’s south. Stormont Cricket Ground has been in Belfast since 1949, and it hosted the Irish cricket team’s first-ever One Day International against England in 2006. The Belfast Giants are one of the largest British ice hockey clubs. The Giants were created in 2000 and play in the Odyssey Arena, which seats 4,000 to 7,000 people.

Windsor Park
Other sports venues in Belfast
SSE Arena Belfast
2 Queens Quay, Belfast BT3 9QQ, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9076 6000
Shaftesbury Community & Recreation Centre
97 Balfour Avenue, Belfast BT7 2EW, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9031 2377
Map of sports venues in Belfast

Places to stay in Belfast

When planning to attend a course in Belfast, consider staying at one of the hotels or B&Bs below.

Maldron Hotel Belfast City
20 Brunswick Street, Belfast BT2 7GE, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9600 1680
AC Hotel by Marriott Belfast
Donegall Quay, Belfast BT1 3FE, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9531 3180
Hampton by Hilton Belfast City Centre
15 Hope Street, Belfast BT12 5EE, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9031 3335
Grand Central Hotel Belfast
9-15 Bedford Street, Belfast BT2 7FF, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9023 1066
Hotel ETAP Belfast
35 Dublin Road, Belfast BT2 7HE, United Kingdom.
Phone: 020 7660 1796
Europa Hotel
Great Victoria Street, Belfast BT2 7AP, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9027 1066
The Malone Hotel
60 Eglantine Avenue, Malone Road, Belfast BT9 6DY, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9038 8000
Premier Inn Belfast Titanic Quarter hotel
2A Queens Road, Belfast BT3 9DT, United Kingdom.
Phone: 0333 321 9207
Bullitt Hotel
40a Church Lane, Belfast BT1 4QN, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9590 0600
LWR Ormeau Cafe & Guest House
144-146 Ormeau Road, Belfast BT7 2EB, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9023 0888
The Gregory Belfast
30 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast BT9 6DX, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9066 3454
Windermere House
60 Wellington Park, Belfast BT9 6DP, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9066 2693
Titanic Guest Boutique
149 Templemore Avenue, Belfast BT5 4FQ, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9521 5656
Maranatha House
254 Ravenhill Road, Belfast BT6 8GJ, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9046 0200
Citi North Guest House
41 Cliftonville Road, Belfast BT14 6JN, United Kingdom.
Phone: 07934 578788
Camera House
44 Wellington Park, Belfast BT9 6DP, United Kingdom.
Phone: 028 9066 0026
Springfield Bed and Breakfast
16 Springfield Road, Belfast BT12 7AG, United Kingdom.
Phone: 07711 971188
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