Our team of experts are here to provide the best high ropes training and working at heights training in Scotland and the North of England. Our purpose built facilities are designed to help you learn to use the skills you require in your working life – so we can guarantee you won’t be stuck in a classroom!
The purpose-built 17m high tower enables us to complete working at heights training in realistic conditions whilst helping to ensure their employees receive the training required. We also have a wind turbine, used as part of our training courses for the Renewable industries. This allows us to train course attendees in realistic conditions – important when learning practical skills.
Our state-of-the-art confined space training courses allow you to train in ‘real life’ situations – so you can practice putting what you’re taught into action. During the course, you’ll learn how to work in a confined space and what do in an emergency situation. Our trainers are rescuers, so you can trust you’re learning from the best.
We can come to you
We’re based in Dunfermline, Scotland – but we can come to you!
If you’re looking to train a large group of employees or if you require tailored training don’t hesitate to contact us. We have a state of the art, high quality mobile training unit – so we can replicate our confined space training courses at your site or offices. Experience the best training, without having to travel.
We can also travel to your location to provide group first aid training, group health and safety training and group fire fighting training.
Our Scotland Central Belt Training Centre location
We’re located in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.
Our Scotland training centre is only a 45 minute drive from Edinburgh and only a 60 minute drive from Glasgow. We have a large, free car park – so no need to worry about extra costs.
Our location is close to the following cities:
Scotland is at the forefront of renewable energy in the UK, with over 5000+ wind turbines onshore and offshore. Our close proximity to major cities like Edinburgh means we’re close to popular tourist destinations like Edinburgh Castle and Glasgow Science Centre.
Meet our team
Errol Parrish Operations Manager
Experienced Operations Director with a demonstrated history of working in the professional rescue, training and coaching environment.
Liam Parrish Assistant Manager
Extensive health and safety knowledge and experience that benefits the running of the Fife centre.
Nicola Carstairs Office Manager
Great problem solver whose initiative facilitates the smooth working of the Scotland office
I thoroughly enjoyed the course. Our instructors certainly made us feel at ease and impressed me with their knowledge on the subjects covered.
John Kane, Scottish Ambulance Service
3 day first aid course taken by Trever was outstanding very knowledgeable man and also made it fun but serious at the same time would recommend to anyone looking to get this course done
Aaron Leslie, FMC Technologies
The training course at MRS was excellent, a very knowledgeable instructor and a great mix of practical and theoretical learning. I would recommend MRS as a training provider to anyone looking for professional, quality training.
Jeff Davies, FCC Environment
Well prepared team, very helpful and professional even in the freezing cold conditions experienced.
, Briggs Marine
I had 2 courses which included safety passport and confined spaces. Both was good with a professional and enjoyable lecturer
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From the South M90: After crossing the Forth Road Bridge, take Junction 3. Follow signs for Glenrothes and St Andrews. On dual carriage-way, stay on the right hand lane and follow signs for Crossgates. In Crossgates, take a left at traffic lights signposted for Hill of Beath. After you pass the petrol station, we are on the right hand side.
From the North East A92: Follow A92 towards Dunfermline. Take 1st exit from roundabout (signposted for Crossgates). In Crossgates, take a left at traffic lights signposted for Hill of Beath. After you pass the petrol station, we are on the right hand side.
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