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Training in Plymouth
Plymouth has several luxury locations in which anyone can complete their training. Being a waterfront city, the views in the city of the sea are fascinating, making it a wonderful place to complete a course. The trainers at The Knowledge Academy will thoroughly guide every student individually through their course, ensuring that they are comfortable and are fully prepared for their exam at the end of the course. The prices of our courses considering the luxurious venues, globally trained professional trainers and quality of the courses themselves, are exceptional and therefore the courses are of an extremely good value for money. The Knowledge Academy deliver a huge variety of courses such as PRINCE2 training and ITIL Training in Plymouth so that people who live in Devon and Cornwall don’t have to travel far to take a professional training course.
There are several high quality schools and universities which can be found in Plymouth. In the city, there are two main, large colleges: The City College Plymouth and The Plymouth College of Art. The City College Plymouth gives around 26,000 students courses which range from the most basic courses available to Foundation degrees.The original Plymouth College of Art was founded on 21st January 1856. However, the college was situated in various places around Plymouth over time. Eventually, the college ended up being located in Tavistock Road in 1892.In terms of universities, the University of Plymouth is the 22nd largest university in the UK since it enrolled 25,895 students in 2014/2015. 3,000 staff are employed per year, with an income of around £160 million per year. The courses at the university revolve around careers related to the city, i.e. they will encourage and push students towards careers on the waterfront and relating to the ocean. For example, their courses range from marine biology and Earth, ocean and environmental sciences, shipping and logistics, surf science and maritime business. Its rankings in the UK are very high, with it being ranked 8th out of 30 universities in the United Kingdom for medicine. It also has a dental school, and this was established in the year 2006, providing free dental care to those living in the South West to greatly improve access to dental care in the local area.
Plymouth is a city located on the South coast of Devon, England. The city’s history dates back to the Bronze Age in which there was a settlement at Mt. Batten.A waterfront town, Plymouth’s role in the industrial revolution was being a commercial shipping port, exporting local minerals such as arsenic, lime, copper, tin and china clay. Plymouth also handled passengers and imports from the Americans. Devonport, Plymouth’s neighbouring town, was a strategic Royal Naval shipbuilding and dockyard town.Plymouth’s population was measured at approximately 261,546 people in 2014. This makes it, in the South West of England, the 2nd largest city and it is also the 30th most populated built-up area in the United Kingdom.The economy of Plymouth is strongly sourced from its shipbuilding and seafaring industry, ferry links to Brittany and Spain included. However, the economy has leant towards an economy based on service since the 1990s.There are around 150 churches in Plymouth along with a Roman Catholic cathedral. Although predominantly Christian (58.1%), the city has small numbers of Muslims and other religions. The percentage of people who are not religious is 32.9% which is well above the average in the UK which is 24.7%. As a result, Plymouth has a large amount of diversity and is a very unique town with many attractions.There are several historical, authentic tourist attractions to be found in Plymouth. These include Smeaton’s Tower (a lighthouse), the Naval War Memorial, The Parade, The Mayflower Steps Memorial and the Saltram House. All of these are significant to the war due to Plymouth’s important role during WWII.
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