London

London needs little introduction. The city draws a huge number of visitors every year (estimated at 19 million in 2023). It's wide range of hotels, things to see and do and of course its transport links, make it an ideal location for work or leisure. We deliver Bespoke Project Management Courses on client premises right across London. We also offer live Virtual Classroom or Distance Learning courses for project managers at all stages of their careers.
05
Aug
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Programme
  • £1,650.00 excl. VAT
14
Aug
Project Managment Professional (PMP)®
  • £1,260.00 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
09
Sep
Project Managment Professional (PMP)®
  • £1,260.00 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
06
Nov
Project Managment Professional (PMP)®
  • £1,260.00 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 London. All of our trainers conduct courses across the country. For more information on all of our trainers see our Trainers page

John Bolton

Chairman of Parallel

John Bolton is a highly experienced project and programme manager, accomplished trainer, and co-founder of Parallel. With a career spanning diverse industries globally, including travel and transportation, education, health, construction trades, military, science, research, and government sectors, John has led projects with multi-million-pound budgets. Since 2005, he has been instrumental in advancing project manager development, training, and education through his leadership at Parallel Project Management Limited.

Expertise and Achievements:

  1. Specialist Areas: John specializes in project and programme management across a wide spectrum of industries, providing strategic leadership and oversight.

  2. Industry Experience: With extensive international experience, John has managed projects in travel and transportation, education, health, construction, military, science, research, and government sectors. His breadth of industry exposure enriches his training and consulting capabilities.

  3. Training and Education Leadership: As a published author and renowned trainer, John has been at the forefront of project management education since 2005. He has nurtured Parallel into a leading provider of project management services, impacting industry practices and developing project management professionals globally.

London needs little introduction. The city draws a huge number of visitors every year (estimated at 19 million in 2023). It's wide range of hotels, things to see and do and of course its transport links, make it an ideal location for work or leisure. We deliver Bespoke Project Management Courses on client premises right across London. We also offer live Virtual Classroom or Distance Learning courses for project managers at all stages of their careers.

About London

London, the capital city of England, needs little introduction. Located in the South-east of the country, on the banks of the river Thames and just 50 miles upstream from its estuary with the North Sea. The city can trace its roots back as far as Roman times and offers a wealth of incredible architecture. From iconic “Big Ben” to the imposing Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey to the London Eye and the incredible panoramic views that it offers over the South Bank and the rest of the city, London draws a significant number of visitors every year. Its number of hotels, things to see and do and of course its transport links make it an ideal location to attend a project management course.

London is served by a very wide-ranging transport network, making it a very accessible city. London has 6 airports, all of which are linked to the city centre with good public transport links. These airports link London not only to other cities within the UK but also to Europe and the rest of the world, with flights arriving continually – around 128,000 passengers use Heathrow every day. As the centre of an extensive travel network London is served by four main train lines which link it to every corner of the UK. St Pancras International Station also links London to France and further afield via the Eurostar train.

National Express coaches run regularly to London from cities all over the UK as well, and from the coach station, there are plenty of public transport options to travel across the city.

London is also easy to reach by road. The M1, M3, M4, M11, M20, M25 and M40 motorways are all in or near London and connect it to the rest of the country in all directions. If you are considering driving to London, however, it is worth reading up on both the congestion charge and the low emissions zone, both of which are in operation within the city centre.

 

 

Many project management courses can last several days, so finding local accommodation is a good idea. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to hotels in London.

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, 200 Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7UT

The Park Plaza is located right in the heart of London, and a short walk of under 10 minutes away from two underground stations. There is onsite parking however, this is very expensive. The rooms have all been decorated to a very high standard and benefit from all the amenities you would expect from a 4-star hotel. There is free wifi throughout, and the hotel has a 24-hour business centre and meeting rooms which can be hired for training courses. Its central location places it near to plenty of restaurants and places of interest.

Hyatt Regency Stratford, 10A, Chestnut Plaza, London E20 1GL

The Hyatt Regency is situated about 5 miles from the centre of the city, but within close proximity to several stations. Reasonably priced onsite parking is also available. The hotel has its own restaurant, a fitness centre and a wealth of business facilities, including meeting rooms and a business centre. Its central location and proximity to public transport, as well as its good range of business services, make this a very good option for a training course where you want to keep everything in one location.

Melia White House Hotel, Albany St, London NW1 3UP

Another centrally located hotel, the Melia White House Hotel, is a 12-minute walk from London Euston Station, and 2 minutes from the nearest underground station. This is an eco-friendly hotel, participating in EarthCheck, with electric car charging points for those guests with electric cars who choose to drive to the hotel. Most electric vehicles are exempt from congestion charges within the city. With its own small shopping centre and a range of business services including a number of meeting rooms, the hotel is a great base for any type of training course.

You are sure to want to take advantage of the range of opportunities that London offers whilst you stay here for a project management training course.

Restaurants in London

London is well known for its range of incredible restaurants, and you are certain to find almost every type of cuisine you can imagine here. There are over 100 restaurants in London’s Chinatown (located in the City of Westminster, with Soho to the north and west and Theatreland to the south and east). It is also home to over 70 restaurants with Michelin stars, and The Harwood Arms (Walham Grove, SW6 1QJ) is the only pub in London with a Michelin star. Amongst the most popular Michelin star restaurants that you may want to consider are Hélène Darroze at The Connaught (in Mayfair at 16 Carlos Place, W1K 2AL) for a more traditional French menu, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal (in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel at 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LA) for a very modern twist, and Restaurant St Barts (in Smithfield at 63 Bartholomew Close, EC1A 7BF) where the menu focuses on foraged ingredients. If, however, you would like to find somewhere a little more unusual to eat, then Inamo in Covent Garden, home of the world’s first interactive ordering service where menus are beamed directly onto the table, is sure to delight with its Asian fusion food.

Entertainment

London’s West End is well known all over the world for its concentration of theatres and is a great place to take in one of the many shows that are on in London. From musicals, both operatic and rock, dramas and plays, the West End of London has been home to some incredible long running titles over the years, including The Phantom of the Opera and Agatha Christies The Mousetrap – the world’s longest-running play, with over 28,915 shows under its belt at the last count. As you might imagine, the social scene in London is a thriving one with a range of pubs, wine bars, and clubs to be found throughout the city centre and its outskirts. As a major tourist attraction, it is also home to a wide variety of different attractions, and you may want to try and squeeze at least a few into any spare time that you have. Popular choices include The London Eye, at Riverside Building SE1 7PB, for its great vistas across the city, Buckingham Palace, Harrods Department Store, St Pauls Cathedral and Tower Bridge.      

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