Discover your Potential

Most Popular Courses

Man in hard hat smiling at camera


The CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme course is aimed at project managers, site managers and supervisors, business owners and clients. 

Woman in hard hat and goggles looking at a clipboard

IOSH Managing Safely

The IOSH Managing Safely course is aimed at people in positions of responsibility, including supervisors, managers and team leaders

Man clipping safety harness onto banister

PASMA Towers for Users

This course is aimed at candidates who will be responsible for assembling, dismantling, moving, inspecting and using mobile access towers.

Person giving a test dummy CPR

Qualsafe Awards First Aid at Work

This course is suitable for people aged 16+ who might need to provide first aid by responding to a wide range accidents, injuries and illnesses that they could encounter in their workplace. 

Why train with ATS

Advanced Training Solutions (ATS) delivers high quality training to the Tay Cities Region at our Dundee training centre. We’re committed to the upskilling of young people, and creating growth opportunities for all businesses, of all sizes.

Our directors have over 50 years’ experience, and fully understand the crucial need for quality training and development opportunities for all employees. Contractors, business owners and employees are constantly seeking a skilled workforce, but until now, there has never been an organisation like ATS who is ready and well placed to deliver this unique service. 

ATS Consultancy

Advanced Training Solutions is delighted to offer a training management service, to ensure that you and your team’s qualifications never expire. We offer a rounded package, that includes a review of your existing training, as well as advising on ways this can be improved or enhanced. We also arrange the relevant courses, as well as managing the refresher and follow up training courses, ensuring that you can have complete peace of mind that your training is always current and valid.

Three people in hard hats walking away from the camera