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Getting here

Walking: 14 minutes from Chorlton Road coach station.

Walking: 21 minutes from Oxford Road train station.

Walking: 15 minutes from Piccadilly train station.

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PRINCE2 course Manchester

Choose to study the popular PRINCE2 with a PRINCE2 course in Manchester.

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 Manchester

PRINCE2 Agile training is for people working in an agile environment.

Choose from PRINCE2 Agile Foundation or Practitioner courses in Manchester.

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More information about Manchester

Training in Manchester

Manchester is the most populated city in North West England and Greater Manchester. It is fringed by the Cheshire Plain to the south, the Pennines to the north and east, and an arc of towns with which it forms a continuous conurbation.

If you’d like to attend training at our Manchester location, you can find our training venue at Swan Buildings, 20 Swan Street, Manchester M4 5JW, United Kingdom.

Oxford Road Station Manchester

Manchester Craft and Design Centre

Our classes are neat the Near Manchester Craft and Design Centre, just a 20 minute walk from either Chorlton Road coach station, Oxford Road train station or Piccadilly train station.

Travel to and from Manchester

Rail

Manchester Liverpool Road was the world’s first purpose-built passenger railway station. Its buildings now form part of the Science & Industry Museum.

London Heathrow Airport

Manchester Piccadilly Station

Manchester is at the centre of an extensive county-wide railway network with two mainline stations: Manchester Piccadilly station and Manchester Victoria station,

Air

Manchester Airport serves Manchester, Northern England and North Wales. Services cover many destinations in Europe, North America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia

The smaller City Airport Manchester lies to the west of Manchester city centre. Today, it is a flight school, and home to both the Greater Manchester Police Air Support Unit and the North West Air Ambulance.

Manchester Airport

Things to do in Manchester

Music

Manchester Arena

The city’s main music venue is Manchester Arena, it is the largest arena of its type in Europe. It is also the busiest indoor arena in the world with more visitors than the The O2 Arena, London.

Other venues include Manchester Apollo, Albert Hall, Victoria Warehouse and the Manchester Academy.

Smaller venues include the Band on the Wall, the Night and Day Café, the Ruby Lounge, and The Deaf Institute.

Manchester Academy – Manchester University Students Union

Performing arts

Manchester Opera House

Manchester has a thriving theatre and dance scene A number of large performance venues, including Manchester Opera House, Palace Theatre and the Royal Exchange Theatre feature touring shows and West End productions.

The city has hosts the Manchester International Festival, a twice-annual arts festival with a focus on original work, is housed at The Factory, named after Manchester’s Factory Records.

Museums

Manchester’s museums celebrate Manchester’s history, industrial heritage and its role in the Industrial Revolution.

Museum of Transport Manchester

Imperial War Museum North

The Museum of Transport displays a collection of historic buses and trams, Trafford Park is home to Imperial War Museum North, while the Manchester Museum has notable Egyptology and natural history collections.

Other exhibition spaces and museums in Manchester include Islington Mill in Salford, the National Football Museum at Urbis, Castlefield Gallery, the Manchester Costume Gallery at Platt Fields Park, the People’s History Museum and the Manchester Jewish Museum.

National Football Museum

Manchester trivia

Manchester Cathedral

During the Second World War casting and machining expertise at locomotive factories in Gorton was switched to bomb making. Rubber works in Chorlton-on-Medlock made barrage balloons and in Trafford Park, engineers made Avro Manchester and Avro Lancaster bombers.

Manchester was the target of heavy bombing by the Luftwaffe. The biggest raid took place during the Christmas Blitz in December 1940.

A large part of the historic city centre was destroyed, including 165 warehouses, 200 business premises, and 150 offices. 376 were killed and 30,000 houses were damaged. Manchester Cathedral, Royal Exchange and Free Trade Hall were seriously damaged.

Regeneration began in the late 1980s, two bids to host the Olympic Games were part of a process to raise the profile of the city.

Large city sections from the 1960s have been demolished, re-developed. The 47-storey Beetham Tower was the tallest UK building outside London for some years.

Royal Exchange