SMSTS Edinburgh

SMSTS Edinburgh

SMSTS Edinburgh

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Edinburgh
Novotel Edinburgh Centre
80 Lauriston Place
Edinburgh
EH3 9DE
Course Location Dates Total Cost (All inc.)
SMSTS (5 Day) Edinburgh Mon 14th Nov 2016 – Fri 18th Nov 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) Edinburgh Mon 5th Dec 2016 – Fri 9th Dec 2016 £495.00
SMSTS (5 Day) Edinburgh Mon 9th Jan 2017- Fri 13th Jan 2017  £495.00

More Details About the Edinburgh SMSTS Course

  1. Course Overview
  2. Training Venue
  3. Timetable

Training Venue

 

 

 

Edinburgh

 

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Additional Information About the Course

The Site Management Safety Training Scheme is run in the Hilton Hotel, Edinburgh. With business conference rooms and meeting rooms, it provides a comfortable atmosphere with easy access to its facilities.
Situated in the city centre it is only 200m away from Haymarket Train Station, and a walking distance from such landmarks as Edinburgh Castle, Princes Street and the Royal Mile. There are bus stops to all areas of the city and it also close to Edinburgh Train Station for students who may travel from across the country.
As one of Europe’s most cultural and captivating cities, it provides a great environment for learning and training, particularly with the growing industries of construction, design and engineering.

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SMSTS Edinburgh

The SMSTS Edinburgh courses (CITB) runs in the Hilton Hotel’s meeting rooms.  Running in the capital of Scotland, the course is popular with the country’s growing construction and design industries. There is easy access to shops, cafes, attractions, and events in this popular cultural hub of Scotland.

Situated in Scotland’s central belt, there is easy access from many of the country’s main towns and cities and also has a large transport service including numerous train stations across the city.

The city hosts the largest performing art festival in the world, with various comedy, music, art, film and book events, alongside its diverse culture of historic monuments, museums, galleries, film, theatre, music and sport.

 

The Site Managers Safety Training Scheme is run in the Hilton Hotel, Edinburgh. With business conference rooms and meeting rooms, it provides a comfortable atmosphere with easy access to its facilities.

Situated in the city centre it is only 200m away from Haymarket Train Station, and a walking distance from such landmarks as Edinburgh Castle, Princes Street and the Royal Mile. There are bus stops to all areas of the city and it also close to Edinburgh Train Station for students who may travel from across the country.

As one of Europe’s most cultural and captivating cities, it provides a great environment for learning and training, particularly with the growing industries of construction, design and engineering.

 

The training venue for the SMSTS Course in Edinburgh is held in the Hilton Hotel in the West end of the city centre. With easy access to public transport including numerous rail stations and bus stops to all areas of the city, it sits at the heart of one of Europe’s cultural hubs.

Edinburgh is renowned for the diverse events and attractions, many of which are just a walking distance from the venue. There are shops and cafes nearby, and plenty of parks and grounds to relax.

Situated in the Central Belt of Scotland it is close to some of the larger towns and cities of the country with links to Falkirk, Glasgow, Dundee, Perth, East Kilbride, Carlisle and many others.

 

Held in the Hilton Hotel in the capital city of Scotland, our Site Managers Safety Training Scheme is hugely popular with the country’s growing construction, design and engineering sectors. The venue is situated in the city centre, within walking distance of the numerous main rail stations and easy access to buses and trams. The favourable location also means students have various choices of places to eat and relax.

The thriving economic, social and cultural scenes put Edinburgh at the top of Europe’s cities for development. It has also been named as the strongest economy and the most popular tourist attraction outside of London, exemplified by the world’s biggest annual international arts festival that is the Edinburgh Festival.

Being placed in Scotland’s Central Belt is beneficial for students who come across the country, as the capital is close to most of the main cities such as Falkirk, Glasgow, Dundee, Perth and many others.