We are delighted to offer First Aid Training in one of Glasgow’s most iconic buildings just a street away from Glasgow’s famous George Square. The Corinthian Club today stands on the site of The Virginia Mansion which was built in 1754 for prominent City Merchant George Buchanan and was known to be one of the finest private residences in Glasgow. 
In 1842 The Virginia Mansion was demolished to make way for the Glasgow and Ship Bank, and later the Union Bank of Scotland. In this David Hamilton created one of the city’s most elaborate and richly decorated buildings, both internally and externally. 
In the 1920’s the building was converted into judiciary courts and with some of the finest Victorian interiors hidden from public view behind false walls and ceilings. From 1999 until today the Corinthian Club has been painstakingly restored to its former glory with details such as elaborate cornicing, 26 foot dome, sculptured plasterwork and free standing classical figures. 
The iconic Corinthian dome remains a focal point in Tellers Bar and Brasserie along with the new Flying Scotsman Bar opened at the end of 2014 with its architectural elegance which features a vaulted auditorium, balconies and private dining rooms. 
Why not book a 3 day course and become a qualified first aider with one of our new Early Bird offers from £119. We have QCF Accredited and Certified 3 day, 2 day and 1 day first aid training courses running every month in the Corinthian. Book now and enjoy your course in beautiful surrounding’s in the heart of Glasgow with our qualified training professional.