M Training can be found at Manchester Science Park, a state-of-the-art campus. We have dedicated training rooms within the Greenheys Building, and can use facilities across the campus including the recently-opened Bright Building.
Home to businesses from start-ups to large corporates, Manchester Science Park is a great place to undertake training. Outside your training hours you can visit the cafe, and spend time in the communal workspace.
We are at Greenheys, Manchester Science Park, Pencroft Way, Manchester, M15 6JJ. (SatNav note: Please use Pencroft Way rather than the postcode).
There is parking at the front of the Greenheys building. Although we try to accommodate as many visitors as possible, visitor parking is limited and subject to availability. Please let us know your registration plate and driver name in advance.
You can park in any parking bay except 50 to 58, and please remember to sign in at reception with your car registration.
If there are no spaces there are public car parks (both about 15mins walk) at:
Grafton Street Car Park (706 spaces) Grafton St, Manchester, M13 9WG
University of Manchester (963 spaces) Booth St West, Manchester, M15 6PB
By Bus -
Catch buses from Piccadilly Gardens bus station to Greenheys Lane, which is right next to the Greenheys Building. Bus numbers 85, 101, 102, and 103 will take approximately 15-20 minutes, depending on traffic, and depart Piccadilly Gardens on a regular basis.
Alternatively, hop on the 41, 42, 141, 142, or 143 down Oxford Road and walk the 5 minutes through the University of Manchester campus.
More information can be found on the Transport for Greater Manchester website.
By Train -
The nearest train station to Manchester Science Park is Oxford Road, only one mile away.
Other trains come in to Manchester Piccadilly Train station, from where you can catch a cab or walk but it is about 1.5 miles.
If you are walking it is best to head down Oxford Road and cut through the University - it is marginally longer but a nicer walk past cafes and University buildings.
All M Training's courses are available in Manchester. See the whole list here, or browse by course category;
Friska - Image courtesy of BDP
We provide lunch for anyone attending our courses, but if you have some time before or after your course why not visit one of the many nearby cafes. Here are some of our faves:
Friska - Manchester Science Park (MSP)'s very own cafe, with a tasty range of hot and cold food and drink options. There is spacious communal seating as well as secluded private work areas.
Kro Bar - 5 minutes from MSP on Oxford Road, this rustic and airy cafe serves great food and has lots of outdoor seating for those sunny days. A student favourite.
On The Eighth Day - Vegetarian/vegan cafe and wholefood store, which offers everything from salad to curry for the meat-free diner. A short walk from Oxford Road Station down Oxford Road.
Hatch - A collection of pop-up cafes, restaurants and bars in converted shipping containers on Oxford Road. Grab a coffee at Takk Espresso Bar or get your pasta fix at The Mac Shack.
Need to sleep over as part of your visit? Get some rest at one of these local hotels;
There is the brand new Stalybridge Suites (the closest to our offices) - a bit pricey at over £100 per night but you might bag a bargain.
Crowne Plaza Manchester Oxford Road - A 10 minute walk from Manchester Science Park and close to the bars and eateries on Oxford Road.
Holiday Inn Express Manchester CC - Oxford Road - Budget hotel two minutes from Oxford Road Station, and close to city centre highlights including Central Library and Albert Square
The Principal Manchester - Upmarket lodgings in a Grade II listed Victorian building, opposite Oxford Road Station.
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Manchester - Piccadilly - Close to Piccadilly Train Station in the heart of the city centre, guests can also visit the bars and restaurants of the nearby Northern Quarter.