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Morson Vital Training


TRACK SAFETY WITH MORSON VITAL TRAINING | Explore the track safety elements, as well as the internal and external facilities, of Morson's platinum training provision - elected the best in the UK by the National Skills Academy for Rail >

Morson Vital Training delivers professional training programmes for individuals working in the UK’s rail industry. This includes training and assessments for apprentices, rail operatives and managers. We understand our responsibilities in addressing the national skills shortage and actively work with our clients to build diverse, long-term talent pipelines.

Morson Vital Training is the only holder of the NSAR Platinum Training Provider Award. The platinum award is recognition of our  best in class standard; MVT demonstrated an exceptional commitment to sharing best practice within the training community, and leaders within the business are seen as acting as role models for integrity, social responsibility and ethical behaviour both internally and externally.

What we offer:

  •  Network of 12 rail safety trainers and over 40 health and safety trainers and advisors.
  • Eight training centres around the UK; Manchester, Glasgow, Canning Town, Farnham, Chelmsford, Aylesford, Doncaster and Bristol.
  • UK’s number one training provider as awarded by the National Skills Academy.
  • Network Rail training provider.
  • Selection of courses to choose from, including rail specific courses such as PTS, PICOP, and COSS, to general health and safety courses such as first aid, fire marshall, manual handling.
  • Mobile e-learning facilities.
  • Both classroom facilities, and outside space with fully functional, multipurpose track layout.
  • Fully Link Up approved and members of the association of railway training providers ltd.

Network Rail

As the UK’s first and only “platinum” level training provider, MVT stand for more than just a solution to training needs. With dedicated training and assessment specialists with skills ranging from PTS right through to SPICOP and machine operation and controllers, we offer an all-encompassing service that stands for quality above all else.

Transport for London

MVT’S London operation offers a truly unique service as one of the UK’s only externally accredited training provider of TFL based training. The centre incorporates a fully accredited and approved training facility that combines both a theoretical learning environment and a proactive training area. Here our delivery team offer an exclusive opportunity for a reactive and customer focused training solution. MVT has an ever growing portfolio of delivery, making it the UK’s fastest growing training provision in rail.

For further information download our latest TfL & MVT Flyer.

Apprenticeships & Traineeships

MVT offer the ability to enhance your current workforce whilst creating the necessary skilled talent pool for the future of the industry. With national vocational training and assessment provision, MVT are able to offer fully funded training solutions to meet the needs of any growing workforce. Also, as an approved register of apprenticeship training provider (Roapt) alongside the City and Guilds approved centre, all training and assessment is fully assured and of the highest quality.

For more information or to contact us call: 0161 836 7000 


Why Morson Vital Training?

Additional NEET support  •  First and only platinum award winning NSAR training provider  •  ROAPT approved training provider 
Bespoke training programmes    •   Innovative online training support   •   Network Rail preferred supplier for track safety
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    Morson Sponsor 'F1 In Schools' Blackout Team

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