Datrix Training has a state of the art venue located Chelmsford so that you can study globally accredited courses such as PRINCE2® Chelmsford and ITIL® Chelmsford in a nearby location. Our professional instructors at Datrix Training have over 6 years of experience within their chosen subjects and will be able to help you with anything you need to pass the training programme.
If you have a company located in Chelmsford and you wish to have training to take place there, onsite training option would be highly recommended to take with Datrix Training. By choosing the onsite option, Datrix Training will be able to send a professional instructor to your workplace and teach you globally accredited courses to improve your business’s productivity for many years to come.
We also provide training on an online platform which is very popular with our clients at Datrix Training. The online courses lasts for 90 days which gives you plenty of time to learn the fundamentals of your chosen subject. Datrix Training also provide free walk in clinics so that you can talk to a professional within your chosen subject, who will help you with anything you need throughout the training programme.
The city of Chelmsford is located in the county of Essex in the East of England. The British city is about 30 miles away from London and has a population of over 110,000 people. Chelmsford was granted city status from Queen Elizabeth II on the 6th of June 2012.
The first settlement of Chelmsford was recorded during the Neolithic age in the Springfield suburbs. The town was occupied by the Romans and a fort was built in 60 AD. The town was then developed in into a market place of Caesar which was in honour of bearing the Imperial Prefix. After the Romans left, the town disappeared until the 13th century when the settlement was redeveloped as a county town of Essex. Throughout World War II, Chelmsford was an integral point for light engineering for aircraft of the Luftwaffe and by missile. The worst attach on Chelmsford was on the 19th December 1944, when a rocket hit a residential street killing 39 people. The attack was meant for the Hoffman’s ball bearing factory which was key to the war effort. Since the 1980’s, military defence industries declined and hit Chelmsford’s economy badly and the majority of war industries were sold to BAE. The British town is now part of a major redevelopment plan which includes a new bus station, luxury apartments and a shopping centre known as the “Marconi Plaza”.
There are many historical places to visit in Chelmsford which includes the beautiful 18 arch Victorian railway viaduct which was built in 1842. The Chelmsford Cathedral is also a stunning place to visit as it is the second smallest in the United Kingdom. The cathedral is dedicated to St Mary and was built in 1914 becoming the seat of the Bishop of Chelmsford. The Chelmsford Museum is a very popular place to visit for tourists and the museum has a £5 million extension. The new extension includes exhibits and interactive displays describing the development of the city.
The Anglia Ruskin University is located in Chelmsford which was founded 1551 by Kind Edward VI. The University is focused on the Arts and Technology and was awarded Entrepreneurial University in 2014 during the Times Higher Education Awards. The British University also has a Gallery which contains historic and contemporary art words form students and staff.
If you would like to find our dates and prices in Chelmsford, please look at the schedules below for our most popular courses in the city.