Hull

The full name of this port city is Kingston-upon-Hull but it is usually abbreviated to Hull. It is a vibrant city with plenty to offer visitors, and makes an ideal location for those attending project management training courses. We deliver Bespoke Project Management Courses on client premises in Hull and right across the UK. We also offer live Virtual Classroom or Distance Learning courses.
03
Jul
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Programme
  • £1,650.00 excl. VAT
15
Jul
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)
  • £815.00 excl. VAT
05
Aug
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Programme
  • £1,650.00 excl. VAT
16
Aug
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Exam Resit Webinar and Exam
  • £600.00 excl. VAT
19
Aug
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)
  • £815.00 excl. VAT
19
Aug
APM Project Professional Qualification (PPQ) Excluding Assessment
  • £1,250.00 excl. VAT
03
Sep
APM PMQ Conversion Workshop
  • £950.00 excl. VAT
12
Sep
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Programme
  • £1,650.00 excl. VAT
16
Sep
APM PPQ Resit Workshop
  • £300.00 excl. VAT
16
Sep
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)
  • £815.00 excl. VAT
30
Sep
APM Project Professional Qualification (PPQ) Excluding Assessment
  • £1,250.00 excl. VAT
09
Oct
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Programme
  • £1,650.00 excl. VAT
14
Oct
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)
  • £815.00 excl. VAT
25
Oct
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Exam Resit Webinar and Exam
  • £600.00 excl. VAT
11
Nov
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)
  • £815.00 excl. VAT
11
Nov
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Programme
  • £1,650.00 excl. VAT
18
Nov
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Programme
  • £1,650.00 excl. VAT
02
Dec
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)
  • £815.00 excl. VAT

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Here is some information about just one of our trainers who conducts courses in Hull. All of our trainers conduct courses across the country. For more information on all of our trainers see our Trainers page

Adrian Taggart

Training Consultant

Adrian Taggart has an extensive record of achievement in the project management environment both as a practising project manager, and also as a widely respected consultant and trainer within the discipline. He offers the following skills and attributes:

  • Direct experience of the management of a variety of high profile national and international infrastructure projects, in both client and supplier roles.
  • Wide ranging academic (post-graduate) and professional qualifications in the discipline of project management.
  • Broad experience as a consultant to a range of UK clients advising, supporting and training their project management communities.
  • Contributed to the development of the profession by writing a number of published articles and arranging open seminars.
  • Natural empathy and talent for teaching and mentoring roles.

Key Achievements:

Adrian started his career within the UK defence sector (MOD) and after graduating focused on engineering projects, progressing to the management of multi-million pound projects installing hydro power stations in many of the more remote locations around the world. The logistical, technical, commercial and cultural aspects of these endeavours provided a major project management challenge.

Adrian then successfully stepped into the academic sector where he developed and delivered the “People in Projects” module of the M.Sc. in Project Management at Leeds Met. University. His wealth of practical experience and natural communication skills made him a popular and valued member of the academic team.

Stepping back into the commercial sector, Adrian now offers consultancy and training in the field of project management to various corporate clients such as Transport for London, Scott Wilson and Thames Water.

 

Experience:

Transport For London (TFL) - Adrian was one of the principal trainers delivering the events that made up “Project Pyramid”. This bold and extensive initiative of TFL offered a suite of opportunities to its Project and Programme Management community to provide them with full-career development and the support needed to deliver a £13billion improvement programme for public transport in the capital.

Scott Wilson - Adrian has become established feature within the graduate programme for Scott Wilson. The content of the programme has evolved over the years to meet the changing needs of the business, the delegates and the larger society with its increasing focus on the environment and sustainability. The objective of these interventions is not to nurture project managers but to assist delegates understand the particular challenges, demands and opportunities of the project environment within which they operate, and appreciate how it differs from other conventional employment environments.

Thames Water - Adrian was able to use his experience of commercial engineering projects to author a detailed case study, in some instances using professional actors, that formed the basis for a series of observed workshops. These provided an opportunity for the members of the project management community to explore aspects of both their technical knowledge of the discipline and their behavioural competence with peers and consultants.  Detailed feedback offered bespoke advice on appropriate professional development for each of the delegates.

The full name of this port city is Kingston-upon-Hull but it is usually abbreviated to Hull. It is a vibrant city with plenty to offer visitors, and makes an ideal location for those attending project management training courses. We deliver Bespoke Project Management Courses on client premises in Hull and right across the UK. We also offer live Virtual Classroom or Distance Learning courses.

About Hull

Usually abbreviated to Hull, the full name of this port city is Kingston-upon-Hull. It is located in the East Ridings of Yorkshire and sits on the River Hull at the point where it meets the Humber Estuary. It is the fourth largest city in the Yorkshire area. The city can trace its roots back to mediaeval times and in more recent times has been a prospering port dealing in the export of wool and woollen cloth and the importing of timber and wine. It is a vibrant city with plenty to offer to visitors, it has a good tourist industry and makes an ideal location for those attending project management training courses.

Hull is easy to get to by train with a journey from London taking a little over 2 hours 30 minutes. From Manchester the journey is just over 2 hours. The train station is centrally located, making it a good destination for many of the city centre hotels.

The closest airport to Hull is Humberside Airport, located 22 miles away from the city centre. There are buses connecting the airport to the city centre, however this is not a quick journey, and the train station is 3 miles away. Taxis offer a much more efficient, and reasonably priced alternative for getting to the city centre. Humberside Airport offers direct flights to and from a number of destinations across Europe and also the rest of the UK.

Hull is easily accessible by road and the M62 connects the city to Liverpool, Warrington, Manchester, Huddersfield, Leeds and Halifax to name just a few within the immediate North of the country. There are also good motorway links to both the South and Scotland.

As a port city it is also worth noting that Hull is the entry point to Yorkshire for anyone arriving on the ferry from Belgium or the Netherlands.

Face-to-face project management courses often last for several days, making it necessary to find accommodation nearby. Here are just some of the four star hotels in Hull that you may want to consider.

Doubletree by Hilton Hull

This is a centrally located hotel a very short walk from the station. It also benefits from onsite payable parking with both electric vehicle charging bays and accessible parking spaces available. This is a very modern hotel with a contemporary feel. It has all of the modern conveniences you would expect from a Hilton brand hotel and also offers a range of business services as well. The hotel offers both a restaurant and a bar for the convenience of its guests but there are also a number of restaurants in the nearby vicinity.

Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel

For those who prefer to visit Hull by car and do not mind being a little distance from the city centre, Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel is a fantastic choice with plenty of free onsite parking. The location of this hotel on the outskirts of the city makes this a good choice for those who are looking for a single location for their accommodation and training courses as the hotel has a number of meeting rooms which can be hired for this purpose. There are also a number of restaurants located nearby.

Holiday Inn Hull Marina

Overlooking Hull marina, this hotel is just a couple of minutes walking distance from the waterside. It is located 650 yards from the station and not far from the city centre. Parking at the hotel needs to be booked in advance and there are a number of electric vehicle charging points. The hotel offers a range of business facilities and is modern and spacious inside.

Whilst you stay in Hull for a couple of days it is well worth taking some time to explore the local area and there is certainly plenty to keep you occupied.

Restaurants

The diverse culture of Hull and its unique geography is reflected in its cuisine, here you will find everything from good pub grub to chain restaurants, fish and chips to Asian flavours. There are no Michelin starred restaurants in Hull itself. However, there are two restaurants in nearby Beverly which is just 11 miles away which have merited a mention in the Michelin guide. The first of these is Westwood (HU17 7AE), which serves modern British food. The chef owners like to mix traditional dishes with more contemporary ideas. The restaurant itself is located in a wing of a former courthouse which makes for some interesting surroundings. The second is Whites which offers a modern menu that likes to showcase the best ingredients that Yorkshire has to offer. The contemporary dining space is neutral to better show off the stunning artwork that the owners have chosen for the walls. Within Hull itself popular restaurants include Ambiente (HU1 1TG) which serves a range of tapas style dishes, Gusto da Gianni where you will find an incredible array of Italian inspired dishes and Shoot the Bull where you will find an unusual selection of restaurant-style street food dishes.

Entertainment

Within the centre of Hull you will find all of the usual evening options that you would expect with a good range of traditional pubs and more contemporary bars. There are also a number of comedy clubs offering a good variety of comedy acts most evenings. There is also a theatre and a cinema in the city and again you will find a good range of different options with something to suit most individuals. If however you are looking for something a little different you may want to consider a booking with Enigma – Live Escape rooms. This is a franchise offering escape room experiences for small groups and makes a great, and unusual, team building experience. You may also want to consider Game of Throwing where you will be able to try your hand at some axe throwing. Whatever you are looking for there is a good chance that you will find it in Hull.  

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