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Getting here

Walking: 8 minutes from Bournemouth railway station.

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PRINCE2 course Bournemouth

Choose to study the popular PRINCE2 with a PRINCE2 course in Bournemouth.Courses include 2-day PRINCE2 Foundation for beginners, and 4-day Practitioner for students wanting to apply PRINCE2.
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PRINCE2 Agile courses Bournemouth

PRINCE2 Agile training is for people working in an agile environment.Choose from PRINCE2 Agile Foundation or Practitioner courses in Bournemouth.
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More information about Bournemouth

Training courses in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is a town on the south coast of England, most known for its architecture, historical relevance and its two universities – Bournemouth University and Arts University Bournemouth,Bournemouth’s location has made it a popular destination for tourists, attracting over five million visitors annually with its beaches and popular nightlife. The town is also a regional centre of business, home of the Bournemouth International Centre.

Arts University Bournemouth


Bournemouth International Centre

If you’d like to attend classroom training at our Brighton location, you can find us at 19 Oxford Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth BH8 8GS. Our training venue is just an 8 minute walk from Bournemouth railway station.

Travel to and from Bournemouth


The main route into Bournemouth is the A338 spur road. The A31 joins the M27 at Cadnam and from there the M3 to London. The A350 in the borough of Poole provides the only northern route out of the city


Public bus routes serve Bournemouth Travel Interchange & Bournemouth University. There are frequent departures to London Victoria Coach Station and Heathrow and Gatwick Airports


There are two railways stations in the Bournemouth, the Bournemouth railway station and Pokesdown railway station. Parts of western Bournemouth can also be reached from Branksome station. All three stations can be reached from London Waterloo.

Bournemouth Railway Station


Bournemouth Airport exterior.

Bournemouth Airport

London Heathrow Airport

Bournemouth Airport is situated near the village of Hurn in Christchurch, Dorset, the airport is 7 kilometres from Bournemouth. There are direct flights to and from 23 international destinations in nine countries

Travel to and from Bournemouth


Bournemouth has three Grade I listed churches, St Peter’s and St Stephen’s in the town centre and St Clement’s in Boscombe.Other listed churches include St Mark’s Church in the historic Talbot Village and the 12th-century St. Andrew’s Church in Kinson.

St Mark’s Church in Bournemouth


Bournemouth Pier

Bournemouth Pier is close to the town centre. After World War II, the pier was strengthened to allow for the addition of a Pier Theatre, which was turned into a climbing adventure centre in 2000. A redevelopment programme also saw the addition of a large two-storey, entrance building.Visitors with some spare time may also want to see the shorter but architecturally more important Boscombe Pier – 2494 Undercliff Dr, Boscombe, Bournemouth BH5 1BL.
Other Victorian hotels in Bournemouth include the Royal Bath Hotel and the Norfolk Royale Hotel in Richmond Hill.Built in 1929, the Pavilion Theatre was at the time considered to be the greatest ever public entertainment grounds. Still a popular venue, it is now a Grade II listed building.

Royal Bath Hotel in Bournemouth



Dean Court – Boscombe, Bournemouth

The town has a professional football club, AFC Bournemouth. AFC Bournemouth play at Dean Court near Boscombe in Kings’ ParkBournemouth Cricket Club also plays at Bournemouth Sports Club and is one of the biggest cricket clubs in the country.The BIC has become a venue for a round of the Premier League Darts.The Bournemouth Rowing Club is the oldest sporting association in the county. The club regularly competes in regattas which take place on the South Coast of England between May and September.Other watersports popular in Poole Bay include sailing and surfing, and there are a number of local schools for the beginner to learn either sport.Bournemouth has the third largest community of surfers in the UK and an artificial surf reef, one of only four in the world.