- 28th Sep 20 - 29th Sep 20
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh City Centre is located in the heart of the historic Royal Mile in Edinburgh’s old town, just a short walk to major city centre attractions. Walk to the iconic Edinburgh Castle, National Museum of Scotland, the Scottish Parliament, and Edinburgh’s famous shopping thoroughfare, Princes street.
Free teas and coffee is provided throughout the day and complementary still water is available in the training room. A healthy cooked lunch is provided in the venue restaurant.
Airlink buses leave from the airport regularly, and it’s about a 30-minute ride to the Waverley Bridge stop just 400 meters from the hotel.
Take a convenient tram ride to the Princes Street stop, which leaves you a quick 800-metre walk to the hotel.
The hotel is a quick 250-meter walk from Edinburgh Waverley, the city’s central railway hub.
Located by St Andrews Square, Edinburgh Bus Station is the main bus route into the city and is only a 1km walk from the hotel.
You can park at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh City Centre for a fee of £12.50 per night. They have car parking space for 131 vehicles, available on a first come, first served basis.
When approaching the hotel southwards from Princes Street, turn left from North Bridge and continue to the first set of traffic lights. Turn right down St Mary’s Street, then take your first right at the traffic lights onto the Cowgate, and then right up Blackfriars Street.
Tom is a highly experienced certified trainer and coach whose insights into the Agile mindset make his training and coaching both effective and genuinely transformative.
He has spent more than 30 years working in IT, with a track record of success at major blue chip clients, and has focused on Agile since 2007. Today, as a certified Scrum trainer, certified Kanban trainer, Agile coach, Organisational Relationship Systems Coach and Personal/Life Coach, he draws on these and other practices to help individuals and teams embrace smart new ways of working that deliver remarkable results.
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