Cardiff Training Venue
Taylor Mason Training are pleased to announce two new venues in Cardiff for open courses. Courses and information about dates are available on-Book Open Courses
The Training rooms in Brunel House, Cardiff offer some amazing views of the city. Cardiff has experienced major transformation over recent years, emerging as an exciting, vibrant and attractive European capital city. Although Cardiff’s skyline is pierced by some of Europe’s most iconic buildings, life in the city is as much about the great outdoors, clean fresh air and healthy living. The meeting rooms are in the heart of Cardiff with all the city’s amenities and transport links on the doorstep.
Spacious, air-conditioned and comfortable, attentive staff which provides a superb place for your training.We are delighted to have 15 locations for you to learn. Lunch & refreshments, all course materials are provided.
Open Training Courses let staff members develop the versatility that will allow them to add new tasks to their repertoire so that they stay interested in their jobs. When a staff member is making a lateral move in the business, training can help them be prepared for their new position, benefiting both the business and the staff member themselves.
A group is led in a training session by an instructor during Open Training Courses. Sessions may be structured as presentations, followed by questions and answers, or they may be more like a workshop or seminar or offer exercises to be completed as in a typical classroom. None of them excludes the other, and a public training course can include all the above mentioned components in a day-long session. Open Training Courses work with the group as a whole, from leading mind-mapping exercise to building team cohesion through role playing, all of which can be customized to meet the needs of all members.
Cardiff is a city proud of its culture, history and language which has undergone a fascinating journey over the last 2000 years. Discover Cardiff’s progress from a small settlement, to the world’s busiest port, to the modern capital city it is today. Learn about Cardiff Bay, its history and its future as well as what’s on offer now.
To enhance your taste of Wales, visit Instant Welsh lesson page. Here you’ll find a quick introduction to the Welsh language as well as where you can go to learn more.
When arriving in Cardiff, Wales or even the UK for the first time, it’s good to have a bit of background knowledge. Our Essential Information page has everything you’ll need to know such as currency, geography and politics.
Things to Do
Cardiff is a city of attractions, sport, culture and entertainment. Within the few square miles of the city-centre alone, you’ll find a wealth of things to do, whatever your tastes, and in the surrounding areas, you’ll find everything from abseiling to whisky tasting.
With world-class attractions which draw people from all over the UK and abroad you’ll be spoilt for choice in Cardiff. Choose from historic houses and castles or wildlife and water sports.
Cardiff Bay is home to the new BBC Wales studios and is the filming location for Doctor Who, Casualty, Wizards vs
Aliens & Pobol y Cwm. Just next door is the Doctor Who Experience.Packed with amazing special effects and exclusive filming with Matt Smith this multi-sensory experience is fun for the family and fans alike.
As a host of Olympic football during the 2012 games, Cardiff has notched up a fine reputation as a sporting capital thanks to the quality of the events and facilities. Whether you want to watch or play, Cardiff’s sporting offer beats many of its competitors. With world-class stadiums for rugby, football, cricket and athletics and an International Sports Village offering an Olympic size swimming pool, ice rink and Cardiff International White Water Centre – an Olympic standard canoe slalom, Cardiff is a sports fan’s dream come true.
You’ll find a lively entertainment scene in and around Cardiff, which features opera, ballet, musicals, and live music
from world-class acts. Across the city, there are a range of theatres,galleries, museums, arts and live music venues. From the traditional to the ground-breakingly modern, from seating thousands to cosy intimate spaces, Cardiff can satisfy every taste.
If you’re new to Cardiff and Wales, then why not let someone else take the lead. Taking a guided tour can take the leg-work out of sight-seeing – literally. Having a guide who knows their subject can really make a difference, giving you an insight to local history, culture, language and legends. Tours can be specific to Cardiff, or further afield, and can focus on wildlife and the environment, ghostly goings-on, or Welsh culture.