First Aid Training throughout Scotland


We can provide the full range of first aid training from 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work, 3 day First Aid at Work, 16 hour Outdoor First Aid, Forestry First Aid and Paediatric First Aid.

All of our courses are fully accredited and externally regulated to ensure that you are always getting training and certification that meets the required levels within the legislation. We have venues in Dumfries, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Bristol, Carlisle, Newcastle and Yorkshire

First responder and prehospital training


Our prehospital training gives the candidates skills above basic first aid, and are used as a stepping stone to higher medical training.

We provide first responder training such as FREC and ProTrainings IPOS, we can also deliver Medical Gas Administration, ILS (Immediate Life Support) and work with various security teams to develop their skills for their deployments.

off road driver training Scotland


Specialist Off-Road Driver Training from 4x4 to ATV/UTV, winch operator, skidsteer, 8x8, tracked vehicles etc. We deliver RoSPA accredited training across the UK, and internationally. Working primarily within the emergency services network, we deliver the highest training possible to keep our emergency services safe and efficient.

​Our partnerships allow us to offer a large range of driver training to clients. From B+E (Car Trailer) right through to CE (Class 1 HGV) and D1 (Minibus) up to D (Bus). For those that are already professional drivers are require to keep your DCPC hours up to date, we can also arrange these courses too.

Online health and safety training


Our range of online training courses is very impressive. We know that it is not always possible to send people away all day to a classroom. We have courses that are purely theory-based and can be done 100% online in the comfort of your own home or office. And we also provide blended training to allow the theory to be done online and then come along to be assessed on the practical elements. Courses such as fire awareness with practical fire extinguisher use, or manual handling with practical assessment on lifting and moving techniques. This minimises the time away from the workplace and still ensures that the employer's responsibilities are met in keeping certification current to give a safe working environment and increased staff efficiency.