Here at Datrix Training, we offer a large variety of professional classroom based courses within Glasgow. Our instructors have over 5 years of experience within their field of work and will be able to help you to pass your exam. Our courses include PRINCE2® Glasgow, MSP® Glasgow and ITIL® Glasgow so that you can enhance your career and take a step ahead of the competition. Our venue in Glasgow is modern and is equipped with the latest technology so that you can study in one of the best learning environments in the United Kingdom.
If you work in a company in Glasgow and wish to have training to be taken at your workplace, then Datrix Training provides an onsite training option. With the onsite training option, Datrix Training will be able to send a professional instructor to help you learn our professional courses such as PRINCE2® in Glasgow, MSP® in Glasgow, ITIL® Glasgow and many more. If you wish to have training at your venue or place of work, please enquire on the Datrix Training website.
At Datrix Training, we also deliver training courses online so that you can study wherever you like (with internet connection). Our online training courses last for 90 days which gives you plenty of time to learn the course and pass the exam.
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the UK having a population of over 2 million people. The River Clyde runs through the city and across the country’s West Central Lowlands. The Scottish city grew from a small rural settlement to become the largest seaport in Britain.
The current location of Glasgow has been settled since the prehistoric times becoming the furthest downstream fording point on the River Clyde. The settlement was part of the Kingdom of Strathclyde after the Romans left Caledonia. The capital of the Kingdom of Strathclyde was Dumbarton which merged in the 9th century with other regions to create the United Kingdom of Scotland. The importance of Glasgow was increased throughout the 10th and 11th centuries as the location was reorganised by King David I of Scotland and John, Bishop of Glasgow. The Scottish town expanded throughout the centuries to become one of the biggest cities in the United Kingdom.
Glasgow is hugely focused on education having four Universities within 10 miles of the city centre: The University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of the West of Scotland. The University of Glasgow is the one of the oldest English speaking Universities in the world and was founded in 1451. The University was part of the Scottish Enlightenment during the 18th Century. Glasgow University was also part of the international network of research universities group. The Scottish University focuses on core subjects such as law, medicine, civil service, teaching, science and engineering. The main campus for the University of Glasgow has been located in the city’s high street in the west end of the city. Another University in Glasgow that focuses on research is the University of Strathclyde. The university was founded in 1796 by the Andersonian Institute and received its Royal Charter in 1964 as the UK’s first technological University. It is the third largest University in Scotland by population and was awarded the University of the Year in 2012 and 2013 by the Times Higher Education.
There are many places to visit throughout the Scottish city such as exploring the Glasgow city chambers. The Glasgow city chambers are the focal point of George Square and one of the city’s most iconic buildings. The Chambers tells the story of the wealth and industrial prosperity of the Second City of the empire. More than 1.5 Million tiles have been laid by hand within the vaulted ceilings and domes in the Chambers and has the largest marble staircase in Western Europe. There is more marble in the City Chambers than the whole of the Vatican. Glasgow’s Cathedral is also a stunning building to visit with some beautiful Scottish Gothic architecture presented throughout the building. There is a crypt within the famous Cathedral which was constructed in the 1200’s to house the tomb of St Kentigern.
Glasgow is well known for its sport. The first international football match was hosted in Glasgow in 1872 where Scotland drew with England 0-0. Glasgow is also one of four cities to have had two football teams in European finals in the same season, with Celtic FC competing in the European Cup Final and rivals Rangers FC competing in the Cup Winners’ Cup Final. Rangers were the first football club in the UK to reach a European final in 1961. Glasgow has three professional football clubs: Celtic, Rangers and Patrick Thistle. Glasgow is also home to five women’s football teams: Glasgow City FC, Celtic LFC, Rangers LFC, Patrick Thistle Ladies and Queens Park LFC.
There has been also some famous people who have come from Glasgow which include actors Gerard Butler and Peter Capaldi and comedians Frankie Boyle and Billy Connolly.
If you wish to find out any more information about our professional courses in Glasgow, please contact us on our website.