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Walking: 16 minutes from Leeds railway station.

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PRINCE2 course Leeds

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Courses include 2-day PRINCE2 Foundation for beginners, and 4-day Practitioner for students wanting to apply PRINCE2.

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Training courses in Leeds

Leeds is the largest city in the county of West Yorkshire. The city forms the main area of the City of Leeds metropolitan borough, which also includes Horsforth, Morley, Otley, Pudsey, Rothwell and Wetherby.

If you would like to attend classroom training at our Leeds location, you’ll find our training venue just a 16-minute walk from Leeds railway station at the University Business Centre, 15 Queen Square, Leeds LS2 8AJ near First Direct Stadium and Leeds Beckett University.

First Direct Stadium Leeds

Travel to and from Leeds

Public Transport

Leeds City Bus Station

Leeds City bus station has long distance bus services to nearby towns and cities and a small number of local area services.

The Yorkshire Coastliner service runs from Leeds to surrounding towns.

Rail

Leeds currently has the third busiest railway station in the UK with 16 railway stations. Trains run to Leeds’ suburbs, the wider Leeds area, and has other national as well as international connections.

Leeds Railway Station

Air

Leeds Bradford International Airport

Leeds Bradford International Airport is located in Yeadon, and has direct flights from 8 UK destinations and 70 international destinations.

There is also a direct rail service from Leeds to Manchester Airport.

Things to do in Leeds

Shopping

Briggate is the main shopping street where one can find many well-known British stores. The Victoria Quarter is notable for its luxury goods and architecture. 70 stores line the Victorian arcades. The Queen Victoria Street arcade has the largest stretch of stained glass in Britain.

Leeds is home to one of the largest indoor markets in Europe – the Leeds Kirkgate Market. Leeds also has various regular local markets in Otley, Pudsey, and Yeadon.

Corn Exchange – Call Ln, Leeds

Parks

Roundhay Park – Mansion Ln, Roundhay, Leeds

Roundhay Park is one of the largest city parks in Europe with more than 700 acres of lakes, woodland and gardens.Other parks in the city include Golden Acre Park, Middleton Park, Potternewton Park, Pudsey Park, Temple Newsam, Western Flatts Park and Woodhouse Moor.There many smaller parks scattered around the city, which make up 21% of the city’s total area.

Museums

Leeds’s main museum, the Leeds City Museum, showcases the city’s collections of local history, natural history, archaeology and arts.

Leeds City Museum – Millennium Square

Armley Mills Industrial Museum Leeds

Armley Mills Industrial Museum includes industrial machinery and railway locomotives. This museum also shows the first 2 moving pictures in the world which were taken in the city called a Roundhay Garden Scene and of Leeds Bridge.

The Royal Armouries Museum, the UK’s national collection of arms and armour Part of its collection was transferred from the Tower of London. It is located a short distance from the city centre at Leeds Dock.

Leeds Art Gallery houses important collections of British art while next door, The Henry Moore Institute is dedicated to sculpture.

Royal Armouries Museum Leeds

Leeds trivia

Elland Road Stadium Leeds

The city has teams representing all the major national sports. Leeds United F.C. is the city’s main football club, other clubs include Guiseley AFC and Farsley Celtic. Leeds plays at the Elland Road Stadium in Beeston. Guiseley plays at the Nethermoor Park Stadium in Guiseley. Farsley Celtic plays in the National League North and their stadium is Throstle Nest.

The Yorkshire County Cricket Club plays at Headingley Cricket Stadium and is the most successful cricket team in England, with 33 County Championship wins.

Leeds is home to a number of field hockey clubs. These include Leeds Hockey Club, Leeds Adel Carnegie Hockey Club, the University of Leeds Hockey Club and Leeds Beckett University Hockey Club.

Royal Armouries Museum Leeds