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Northern Ireland training company Square Box lands UK-wide deal

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Front row: Square Box training consultant Lorraine Campbell, Jenna Devine, Caroline Lavery and Hayley Beattie. Second row: Lisa Bower, SHS CEO Elaine Birchall, Kerry Henry and Adam Megahey. Third row: Peter Grimley, David Gavin, Aaron Campbell and Torr Coggan

Front row: Square Box training consultant Lorraine Campbell, Jenna Devine, Caroline Lavery and Hayley Beattie. Second row: Lisa Bower, SHS CEO Elaine Birchall, Kerry Henry and Adam Megahey. Third row: Peter Grimley, David Gavin, Aaron Campbell and Torr Coggan

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Front row: Square Box training consultant Lorraine Campbell, Jenna Devine, Caroline Lavery and Hayley Beattie. Second row: Lisa Bower, SHS CEO Elaine Birchall, Kerry Henry and Adam Megahey. Third row: Peter Grimley, David Gavin, Aaron Campbell and Torr Coggan

Square Box Training Consultancy has agreed a deal to deliver training to consumer goods firm SHS Group's employees across the UK.

The deal, worth an undisclosed sum, follows on from Square Box's work with the company as part of the UK Apprenticeship Levy.

The Antrim-based firm's training programme involves coaching, workshops, project work and presentations.

All employees will be allocated internal mentors for the duration of the training, which will be delivered across all of SHS's sites in the UK.

Square Box founder Harry Harpur said: "While the enquiry was initially for a Northern Ireland cohort only, the success of the first programme and the positive response received in terms of our training delivery, as well as the fun and practical approach we use, meant we were asked to roll out the training across the UK."

Belfast Telegraph