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Oxford training courses and certification

Knowledge Train Oxford,
Clarendon House,
52 Cornmarket Street,
Oxford OX1 3HJ,
United Kingdom.

Getting here

11-minute walk from Oxford Railway Station.
5-minute walk from Oxford Bus Station.

More information about Oxford

Training in Oxford

Oxford is an English city. It is Oxfordshire’s county town and the county’s lone city. It is located 56 miles north-west of London, 64 miles south-east of Birmingham, and 61 miles north-east of Bristol. The city is home to the University of Oxford, the world’s oldest university; it includes structures in every form of English architecture dating back to late Anglo-Saxon times. Automobile manufacture, education, publishing, information technology, and science are among the industries of Oxford.

Oxford City

Travel to and from Oxford


Oxford Airport contains the CAE Oxford Aviation Academy and airline pilot flight training facilities, the largest air training school in Europe. Airbus Helicopters UK headquarters utilise the airport’s helipads.

There are direct trains from Oxford station to London Paddington, which serves Heathrow Airport. Some cross-country trains provide direct service to Birmingham International and Southampton Airport Parkway.

Oxford Airport

Oxford boasts one of the most extensive urban park and ride networks in the UK. Its five facilities in Pear Tree, Redbridge, Seacourt, Thornhill, Water Eaton, and Oxford Parkway feature a total of 4,930 parking spots.

Oxford Bus began operating services under contract for Oxford Brookes University with a fleet of 20 new buses equipped with flywheel energy storage in 2014. Hybrid buses also began to be used in Oxford in 2010, and their usage has been expanded.

Oxford hybrid bus

Oxford has three major railway stations: Oxford station, Oxford Park station, and Didcot Parkway station. The Oxford train station is located west of the city centre and services destinations such as Bournemouth, Manchester Piccadilly, and Newcastle. Great Western Railway manages the station, which is also served by CrossCountry and Chiltern Railways services. The Sheepwash Channel Railway Bridge spans the Sheepwash Channel to the north.

Oxford Railway Station
River and canal

Oxford was formerly a major port on the River Thames, with this portion of the river known as the Isis; the Oxford-Burcot Commission sought to improve transportation to Oxford in the 17th century. Iffley and Osney locks are located within the city limits. The Oxford Canal was developed in the 18th century to connect Oxford with the Midlands. Commercial activity on the river and canal has given place to leisure use.

River Thames in Oxford
Map showing Oxford station

Things to do in Oxford

Museums and galleries

Oxford is home to several museums, galleries, and collections, the majority of which are open to the public. The University of Oxford owns and manages most of them.

The Oxford University Museum of Natural History, sometimes known as the Oxford University Museum or OUMNH, is a museum on Parks Road in Oxford, England, that houses many of the University of Oxford’s natural history collections. It also has a lecture theatre, which is utilised by the university’s departments of chemistry, biology, and mathematics. The museum is the only public entrance to the adjacent Pitt Rivers Museum.

University Museum of Natural History
Other museums in Oxford
The Story Museum
42 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 790050
History of Science Museum
Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3AZ, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 277293
Ashmolean Museum
Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2PH, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 278000
Bate Collection of Musical Instruments
University of Oxford Road, St Aldate’s, Oxford OX1 1DB, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 276139
Pitt Rivers Museum
South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PP, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 270927
Map showing museums in Oxford
Art galleries

Oxford’s art galleries include the Ashmolean Museum, Christ Church Picture Gallery, and Modern Art Oxford. William Turner (called “Turner of Oxford,” 1789-1862) was an Oxford-based watercolorist who painted landscapes. In 1891, the Oxford Art Society was founded. Ken Messer, a later watercolorist and draughtsman, has been called “The Oxford Artist” for his architectural paintings across the city. The Oxford Art Book published in 2018 included numerous modern local painters and their portrayals of Oxford settings.

Ashmolean Museum
Other art galleries in Oxford
Whitewall Galleries Oxford
125 High Street, Oxford OX1 4DF, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 201778
Carey Blyth Gallery
8 Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6HT, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 07798 526252
Castle Fine Art
Unit L27b, Westgate, Oxford OX1 1TR, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 689862
Oxford Ceramics Gallery
29 Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6AA, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 512320
Map showing art galleries in Oxford

The country’s first music hall is said to be the Holywell Music Room. The Holywell Music Room is the city of Oxford’s chamber music hall, located on Holywell Street in the city centre, and is part of Wadham College. Oxford has a plethora of classical and contemporary music venues. Many of its theatres are occasionally converted to welcome local and visiting orchestras. Modern artists are well encouraged in Oxford, thanks to its huge student population, and the city’s concert venues are frequently packed with touring performers.

Holywell Music Room
Other music venues in Oxford
O2 Academy Oxford
190 Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1UE, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 813500
New Theatre Oxford
24-26 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AG, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 0333 009 6690
Music at Oxford
One St Aldate’s, Oxford OX1 1DE, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 244806
Headington Hill Hall
Headington Road, Headington, Oxford OX3 0BP, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 741111
Oxford Town Hall
St Aldate’s, Oxford OX1 1BX, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 252195
Map showing music venues in Oxford

Places to stay in Oxford

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

George Street Hotel
15-19 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AB, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 957800
Best Western Plus Linton Lodge Hotel
11-13 Linton Road, Oxford OX2 6UJ, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 0333 003 4194
St Margarets Hotel
41 St Margaret’s Road, Oxford OX2 6LD, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 433864
Bath Place Hotel
4-5 Holywell Street, Oxford OX1 3SU, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 791812
Premier Inn Oxford City Centre (Westgate) Hotel
Greyfriars Court, Paradise Square, Oxford OX1 1BE, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 0333 003 8101
Royal Oxford Hotel
Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HR, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 248432
Mercure Oxford Eastgate Hotel
73 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BE, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 248332
Westgate Hotel
1 Botley Road, Oxford OX2 0AA, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 726721
Courtyard by Marriott Oxford City Centre
15 Paradise Street, Oxford OX1 1LD, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 306900
Newton House
82-84 Abingdon Road, Oxford OX1 4PL, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 240561
Acorn Guest House
260 Iffley Road, Oxford OX4 1TA, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 07549 851858
Athena Guest House
255 Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1XQ, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 425700
Rasa Sayang House
131, 141 Iffley Road, Oxford OX4 1EJ, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 07897 011817
Lakeside Guest House
118 Abingdon Road, Oxford OX1 4PZ, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 244725
The Ridings Guest House
280 Abingdon Road, Oxford OX1 4TA, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 721626
White House View Guest House
9 Whitehouse Road, Oxford OX1 4PA, England, United Kingdom.
Phone: 01865 721626
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