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Training In Leeds
At PRINCE2 Training we offer courses in many different locations across the UK including places such as Leeds. Certifications such as PRINCE2 Leeds, Agile Leeds and MSP training in Leeds will help anyone in the area to enhance their knowledge and save money by not travelling far distances. Our state of the art venue in Leeds is very popular with the latest equipment to develop your skills. If you would like to find out any more information about training in Leeds, please contact us on 0800 0355 832 or send us an email to email@example.com
The city of Leeds is located in West Yorkshire, England and can trace its history back to the 5th century, today Leeds is a commercial centre which is served by four universities and also has the third busiest railway station in terms of passenger numbers in England. Leeds is the largest legal centre in the UK and has more and more tourists visiting the city each year.
Leeds Bradford International Airport is located 8 miles away from the city centre and takes about 40 minutes by car, you can take public transport as well which normally takes around 50 minutes or so.
Public transport in Leeds mainly consists of frequent bus services that operate throughout the city and stop at tourism areas such as shopping centres, attractions, landmarks and places of interest. You can also find numerous taxi services scattered throughout Leeds that are more direct than public transport and stop at locations which the bus service might not.
You can find an exciting variety of shopping areas and centres in Leeds that cater to shoppers of all varieties, Trinity Leeds is the city’s newest shopping centre and is host to over 120 shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, it is also home to the only Everyman cinema in the north of England.
There are many exciting attractions and places of interest in Leeds such as the recently revamped Corn Exchange which is host to a variety of shops and boutiques that sell unique items like handmade jewellery, confectionery, gifts, gourmet hot dogs and more. Leeds City Museum is just a 15 minute walk away from the city centre bus station and provides tourists with a variety of interesting exhibits that cover natural history, world history and of course the history of Leeds as well.
You can find many carnivals and festivals that are hosted throughout the year such as Leeds Carnival, The Leeds Festival, The Leeds Asian Festival, The Otley Folk Festival, The Leeds International Pianoforte Competition and The Leeds International Film Festival which is the largest film festival in England outside of London.
Leeds City College and The University of Leeds are the main education centres in the city and together have a combined student population of over 50,000.