Winter Road Training

Meteorological expertise to help you optimize road maintenance

MeteoGroup provides you with the most comprehensive data available to help you make better critical weather-related decisions. However, you also need to make sure your staff is trained to make the best use of this information. Winter road training courses provide your staff with all the knowledge they need to make confident decisions in tricky weather situations.

Learn from experienced and expert meteorologists

Experienced meteorologists working in our in-house weather rooms, your trainers are familiar with your networks and understand the extreme weather conditions you face.

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Flexible Scheduling and Location

We offer you a range of course options, including standard and advanced levels, refresher courses and half-day courses. Trainings are available at your desired location.

Regularly Updated Content

Trainings cover the wide range of weather and treatment challenges you may face. Trainings are as realistic as possible, featuring recent winter conditions.

Accredited Training

Training courses are approved as Continuing Professional Development by the Institute of Highway Engineers.

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What our customers say

MeteoGroup is the first place to go if the weather can impact your business. Keep up the great work and thank you to the staff.

Simon Cardy Senior Meteorologist, SSE

We have been working with MeteoGroup for over the past 18 years and three separately awarded contracts. The services we receive from MeteoGroup form a critical part of our day to day operations and decision making. I would not hesitate in recommending their services to any other Highway Winter Operation teams.

Robbie Jamieson Winter Service Manager, Essex Highways

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