If you wish to study our project management courses in Milton Keynes, then our state of the art venue will help you to enhance your career in one of the best venues in the United Kingdom. We provide high quality PRINCE2® Training in Milton Keynes, MSP® Training in Milton Keynes, ITIL® Training in Milton Keynes and many more to choose from. Our trainers have over 5 years of experience in their chosen fields and will be able to help you to become successful within the examination.
Datrix Training also provides training with an onsite option. If you are working in Milton Keynes and wish to have training at your business, then Datrix Training can send a professional instructor to where you work and teach you or a group of colleagues. The onsite training option is very popular if you wish to be trained and a group as this saves money, travel time and you learn in an environment that you are comfortable studying in.
Our online training courses are also very popular within the training industry. Datrix Training’s online courses lasts for 90 days which gives you plenty of time to study your course at your own pace and time in any place that has internet. The online training option is very popular with our clients at Datrix Training as it’s quick, easy and stress free. You can also save a lot of money by training online without thinking of travel costs.
Milton Keynes is a large town situated in Buckinghamshire, England. It is locally known as MK and was formally a new town in 1967 with the design brief to become a “city” in scale. The town is located 45 miles away from the north-west of London and is fantastic for transport links in and out of the city.
The British town has covered a land which has had a vast amount of history. The Milton Keynes area was mainly farmland and villages dating back to the Bronze Age. Before Milton Keynes was constructed, every area was under archaeological investigation. This provided a interesting view into the history of a large sample of landscape of the south of England uncovering evidence form the Iron Age, Romano-British, Anglo-Saxon, Anglo- Norman, Medieval and Industrial Age. The biggest part of Milton Keynes’s history is that Bletchley Park was the site of the World War II British code breaking and Colossus, the world’s first programmable electronic digital computer.
Milton Keynes also has a fantastic music scene with the open air National Bowl being its largest venue. The National Bowl has a capacity of a huge 65,000 people hosting multiple music acts such as Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Queen, Metallica and Michael Jackson to name a few. The Milton Keynes Theatre is also a very popular and modern venue opening in 1999. The Theatre can seat about 1,000 people and the stage has been designed to adapt to different sizes as the ceiling can be lowered depending on the scale of the production. The theatre has hosted a number of West End productions, opera and ballet performances to name a few. There is also a very popular music venue in Milton Keynes which is called The Stables. The venue has a 400 seat auditorium and an 80 seat studio space. On the 40th February, The Stables celebrated its 40th Anniversary on the 6th February 2010 with a gala concert.
Milton Keynes is also home to the famous Formula 1 team Red Bull Racing, Milton Keynes Dons FC and the ice hockey team, Milton Keynes Lightning. Milton Keynes Dons are a professional football club which started in 2007. The club was based at the National hockey Stadium and then moved to its current home which is Stadium MK. Milton Keynes also has a very famous Formula Fast Indoor Karting centre where the famous Lewis Hamilton trained.
One of the most famous buildings in Milton Keynes is the Xscape. The Xscape building in Milton Keynes is the second tallest building in the city and has a 170m ski slope inside. Other features that the building has includes a 16 screen cinema, a climbing wall, shops and restaurants and an indoor skydiving centre called Airkix.
A large amount of famous people have lived in Milton Keynes which include footballer Dele Alli, Olympic gold medallist Greg Rutherford and anchor correspondent for CNN Errol Barnet.
Milton Keynes is also known for its beautiful canals. The Grand Union Canal between London and Birmingham delivers a major axis in the design of Milton Keynes. The city has five railway stations which is provided by inter-city services. Milton Keynes is also known for having a large amount of roundabouts which come to over 300 of them. The nearest airport is London Luton Airport.
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