Datrix Training provides high quality training in Aberdeen so that you can learn their professional courses in a location near you. Our trainers at Datrix Training have over 6 years of experience in their chosen subjects and will be able to support you and help you with anything you need throughout the training programme. Our venue in Aberdeen is equipped with the latest technology so that you can study the likes of PRINCE2® Aberdeen and ITIL® Aberdeen in one of the best learning environments in Scotland.
If you have a business which is based in Aberdeen and you would like training to take place at your workplace, then the onsite option is highly recommended with Datrix Training. By taking onsite training with Datrix Training, you will receive a highly qualified professional to teach your staff some of the most globally recognised courses so that your business can run more productively and efficiently.
Datrix Training also delivers globally accredited training courses on an e-learning platform. The online courses are hugely popular with Datrix Training as they last for 90 days which gives you plenty of time to learn professional courses such as PRINCE2® and pass the examinations. Studying Datrix Training’s courses online gives you the opportunity to learn anywhere that has Wi-Fi giving you the freedom to learn in any environment.
The Scottish city of Aberdeen is the third largest city in Scotland having a population of over 190,000 people living there. Aberdeen is the 37th largest city in the United Kingdom and has many different names for it which include; Granite City, The Grey City and The Silver City with the Golden Sands. Aberdeen is also known as the Oil Capital of Europe as the discovery of the North Sea Oil was found there during the 1970’s.
The first evidence of Aberdeen’s settlement was founded over 8000 years ago as prehistoric villages were built by the rivers Dee and Don. The city began as two separate settlements which were called old Aberdeen and new Aberdeen. New Aberdeen was a trading and fishing settlement at the time. During the 1300’s Aberdeen was transformed into a financially independent community where the town’s main source of income was from the city’s food production. Throughout the times of Scottish independence, Aberdeen was under English rule until Robert the Bruce invaded Aberdeen castle in 1308 and retook the Scottish town. Aberdeen was then burnt down in 1336 by Edward III and then was rebuilt to be called New Aberdeen. Throughout the Wars of the Three Kingdoms in the 1600’s, Aberdeen was assaulted by both sides as the city was taken and then robbed by Royalist troops. Throughout the 19th Century, huge infrastructure links that were built in and out of Aberdeen led it to becoming bankrupt. Later on, the city had a major increase of income as the shipping and fishing industries developed into a harbour.
The Robert Gordon University and University of Aberdeen are the main Universities which are located within the Scottish city. The University of Aberdeen was originally King’s College which was founded in 1495 but then it was redeveloped to become a University. The university is the fifth oldest in the English speaking world as is consistently ranked in the top 200 universities in the world. The public research university has over 13,000 students which includes many international students learning course such as cultural history, philosophy, sociology, anthropology and biological sciences to name a few. The Robert Gordon University (also known as RGU) gained university status in 1992 and was voted as the best modern university in the United Kingdom by the Times Good University Guide in 2013. The Scottish university also has a huge employment rate of 97.2%.
Aberdeen is also very famous for its football club which is called Aberdeen FC. The Scottish football club was hugely successful in the 1980’s by winning the European Cup and the European Super cup in 1983 under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson. The football club have won the Scottish Premier League four times and the Scottish cup seven times.
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