Use the summer months to plan your training agenda

Invest in knowledge and interest will soon accrue in terms of chance of survival, business performance and, crucially, employee satisfaction. If a business has a culture of ongoing professional development and is willing to invest in their employees, it is more likely that staff will remain engaged and committed to the company for the long term.

In 2017, the SFA is focusing our course offering on the areas that will most benefit a small business. No matter what stage of development your business is at, these courses are designed to address your needs. Based on your feedback, the courses are short and are offered at very reasonable rates.

Avail of the training opportunities presented in the SFA ‘Unlock your potential 2017’ brochure to bolster your competitiveness and equip your business for the future.

Next available courses:

  • Foundations in Management, two-day course, 7-8 September, Dublin, €370 for SFA members
  • Project Management, one-day course, 15 September, Dublin, €190 for SFA members

To book your place, visit

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Use the summer months to plan your training agenda