Arbroath Training and Consultancy strikes Gold with Armed Forces Accolade

The Arbroath-based firm is one of 100 companies from both the public and private sectors throughout the UK, and one of a number from Scotland – including Aberdeenshire Council, Edinburgh Napier University, Knockhill Racing Circuit, Police Scotland, Stirling Council and Wood Plc – to receive the prestigious award this year. IED Training Solutions’ Managing Director

IED TRAINING BOLSTERS TEAM WITH APPOINTMENT OF RENOWNED TRAUMA SPECIALIST

Internationally renowned trauma specialist, Professor David Alexander, who has worked all over the world with people affected by major incidents, including the Piper Alpha disaster, has been appointed Clinical Advisor to Arbroath-based IED Training Solutions. The appointment of Professor Alexander – who takes up his new role with immediate effect – significantly strengthens IED Training’s

New Training Suite Takes Shape

IEDs recent investment in new improved premises has given the company a significant boost. In the photo, we welcome our much valued clients from Esk Glazing to the Emergency First Aid at Work course.  

IED Support Wood’s Armed Forces Networking Event

IED were delighted to attend and contribute to Wood’s Armed Forces Networking event. We provided the keynote speech at a collaboration session with other forces-friendly companies in the North East of Scotland. Our focus was on teamwork, adversity, resilience and transitioning into civilian life.

Arbroath Company Proud to Return to Afghanistan

Arbroath-based IED Training Solutions has become the first UK training consultancy to deliver IOSH-approved courses in Afghanistan. IED Training, which was founded by former Royal Marine Ian Clark, was commissioned by a Scandinavian-based logistics organisation to facilitate delivery of 11 IOSH-approved Working Safely and Managing Safely courses to employees working in a number of locations

Busy Period for IED

IED have encountered a whirlwind start to the new year. A visit to the MoDs Whitehall building at the request of the country’s most senior Reserve Forces rank was an opportunity to provide a presentation on IEDs background and service provision. Supporting the armed forces community continues to be an extremely important part of our

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