We are excited to announce that a brand new, purpose-built training facility will be opening in Aberdeen this Spring, expanding our presence in Scotland.
Situated to the south side of Balgownie Road in Bridge of Don, just 2 miles from Aberdeen city centre with easy access to the A90 and about 6 miles from Aberdeen airport. Our third training centre in Scotland, it offers purpose built indoor training facilities for our full suite of working at height, first aid and confined space training courses.
The new state-of-the-art training centre will offer all the services and training you know and expect from us, including accredited training for Working at Height, Confined Spaces, First Aid and Advanced First Aid for the renewables, oil & gas and construction industries. And our highly skilled specialist rescue teams can provide cover for high-risk operations such as confined spaces and working at height, both on and offshore.
As well as 6 classrooms, facilities at the new training centre will include a 17m high work at height tower, a mock wind turbine hub, sloping roof and ladders to practice climbing. And for our confined space and rescue training there will be many meters of crawl spaces with multiple access points above to simulate various confined space environments.
With a large free car park, the centre is 2 miles from Aberdeen City Centre with easy access to the A90 and about 6 miles from Aberdeen airport.
Meet our team
Errol Parrish Director of Operations in Scotland
Experienced Operations Director with a demonstrated history of working in the professional rescue, training and coaching environment.
Andy Watson Operations Manager
Bringing years of mining, rescue and health and safety experience to the effective running of the North Scotland centre.
Nicola Carstairs Office Manager
Great problem solver whose initiative facilitates the smooth working of the Scotland office.
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Travelling from the South, stay on the A90 until it becomes the A92. Then keep on the A92 which brings you onto Anderson Drive, which merges into North Anderson Drive. At Haudagain roundabout, stay on the A92 and straight on at the next roundabout over the Persley Bridge. Straight over the next roundabout you will see a Tesco on your right-hand side. Follow the road and go straight over the roundabout at Gordon Bray. Take the next right on to Balgownie Road and keep going until you see the sign for Campus One.
Travelling from the North. Stay on the A90 until it becomes the A92. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Ellon Rd/A92 and at the next roundabout, take the third exit onto The Parkway/A92. Then turn left onto Balgownie Rd and turn right onto Campus One.
Travelling from Inverness, take the A96 all the way to the Haudagain Roundabout and then follow directions from here as per The South.
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