London height safety centre is a key regional centre, purpose designed to serve industries in the London belt, south east and south west area. To book a course online, see upcoming courses.

Recognised industry certification is available for:

ARQIVA for telecoms
Global Offshore Wind (GWO)
Industrial Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA)

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London is conveniently located in Neasden, North West London, at Falcon Park Industrial Estate. From the end of the M1 follow signs for the A406 Wembley West, taking the north circular to Nesden A4088 turn off.

Mainline rail stations Euston, Kings Cross and Paddington connect through via the London Underground to Neasden tube station, on the Jubilee Line. Neasden tube station is approximately two minutes walk away from the centre.

Airports closest to the centre are London City and Heathrow.

Distances to our London Training Centre:

  • Oxford - 50 miles
  • Southampton - 80 miles
  • Bristol - 120 miles
  • Birmingham - 120 miles
  • Nottingham - 120 miles


Unit 11, Falcon Park Industrial Estate
Neasden Lane
NW10 1RZ

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We moved to a brand new training centre just down the road from Brent Cross to our new site at Falcon Park, Neasden, just off the A406 north circular.

Our new centre is bigger, better and much more accessible. With a floor area of over 8000ft², the centre incorporating a greater range of purpose built training structures, enabling us to broaden our training portfolio to include more Global Offshore Wind (GWO), Confined Space courses, Advanced Hub Rescue and WTG lifting courses.

We are also increasing the frequency of courses, therefore your height safety and rescue training courses will be more readily available.

The site itself offers additional free parking spaces for customers, somewhat of a premium in London, yet the centre is just a two-minute walk from Neasden tube station.

Our London centre also utilises our outdoor training site at Kelvedon Hatch for clients wish to extend their training under real site conditions.

Key industries served from this centre include construction, wind, entertainment, telecoms, fire and rope access.

Training structures specific to London:

  • Interior flat roofs
  • Internal lattice tower
  • High internal walls
  • Confined space gallery with multiple entries
  • Walkways / high platforms
  • Internal scaffolds / suspended lifting beams
  • Telecoms rigging dishes and antennae
  • Vertical ladders with a variety of fixed protection systems
  • Horizontal lattice beam
  • Suspended lighting truss

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