We make sure your people are prepared with the right training.
We deliver bespoke and standardised training for defence, emergency, corporate and private clients in the UK and around the world.
Highly experienced practising doctors, paramedics and nurses lead our training courses. Beyond helping our students achieve internationally recognised qualifications, we design bespoke training programmes to address challenges specific to locations, organisations, roles and environments.
Our unique facility is an unrivalled learning environment for medical training, and here we recreate the kinds of situations your staff may have to negotiate. We can also deliver high-quality training experiences on location with clients worldwide.
Staying with us
Our comfortable bedrooms are all ensuite and have TV and broadband facilities. There is also an on-site gym which includes an extensive weights collection, a state of the art treadmill, cross trainer and rowing machine.
Accommodation is available on a first-come-first served basis for students attending training at Prometheus' Hope-under-Dinmore training facility.
The Old Rectory was designed by John Gray, Hereford County Surveyor, in 1859. It is built from local stone, is symmetrical and in Jacobean style with shaped gables. The Rev. Graine, Vicar of Hope under Dinmore, moved into the property in March 1862.The Vicarage or Parsonage, as it was originally known, was commissioned and paid for by Sir John Arkwright of Hampton Court who also built the Church. The estate of Hampton Court was granted by Henry IV to Sir Richard Lenthall who built the original Manor House in 1427. Hampton Court was purchased by Richard Arkwright, the son of the famous inventor, in the early 19th century.