Turning Talent Into Skill

Tullos Training Limited is a long established engineering training organisation providing advancement of vocational and further education in the development of individual capabilities, skills and understanding. The company delivers high quality training to nationally recognised standards and is an accredited centre through SQA, SEMTA. EAL, City & Guilds, ECITB and SummitSkills.

Registered in Scotland with charitable status, the company is a non profit distributing organisation and is entered on the Scottish Charity Register in compliance with the requirements of the Charities & Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005.

Founded in 1968 (originally Aberdeen & District Engineering Group Training) as an employer led training provider, Tullos Training remains at the forefront of engineering training in North East Scotland and operates from a fully equipped training centre in the West Tullos district of the City of Aberdeen.

The centre has extensive training workshop facilities specialising in electrical engineering and installation, electronics, welding/fabrication, mechanical engineering, machining manufacture, and under building services; air conditioning & refrigeration, plumbing and heating & ventilating. In addition to national training programmes the centre offers a wide variety of short courses.

Learners and Modern Apprentices on the Tullos Training register are working with with employers in a wide range of sectors including energy, aviation, paper making, building services engineering, local authorities and hospitals.

At this site you will find details of our services but should you require further information on any aspects of our services please contact us via the enquiries page or telephone 01224 872316.



Annual Awards Ceremony Nominees

We are excited to announce the nominees for our 2024 Annual Awards Ceremony.


Careers Fair

Thank you for supporting our 2024 Tullos Training Careers Fair


Annual Awards Ceremony Success

Read the full list of 2024 Annual Award winners.

First Intake of New Apprentices








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