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Members in Northern Ireland can take advantage of a heavily subsidised practical leadership and management training programme designed to help you boost your business performance, resilience and long-term growth.

Help to Grow: Management is a 12-week programme which is 90 per cent subsidised by the government and is aimed at business owners, leaders or senior managers of small or medium-sized enterprises (SME) from all business sectors.

Ulster University Business School, along with other world-class business schools, will deliver the programme designed to be undertaken alongside full-time work through a combination of online and face-to-face sessions.

The in-depth high-quality curriculum will support you to build your capabilities in leadership, innovation, digital adoption, employee engagement, marketing, responsible business, and financial management.

By the end of the programme, you will develop a business growth plan, supported by dedicated programme mentors, to help you lead your business to release its full potential.

With a one-off fee of £750 upfront, Help to Grow: Management is a small investment that can play a big part in securing the future of your business.

For more details and to register for the first cohort starting on September 7, click here.

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