Develop Your Business Skills

With the best non-profit SME/SMB trainers enables you to quickly and effectivly develop the leading edge skills necessary to succeed in enterprise and empower communities.


Course of the week


If your non-profit employs staff, then be aware of the areas that can cause problems in the employer/employee relationship.

Hire appropriately, manage fairly and motivate effectively if you wish to retain productive staff.

60 days access

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This was an amazing experience. The trainer was so knowledgeable about the topic at hand. I have no hesitation in recommending BFS.

Sam Knowles

Irish Web HQ

Course undertaken
Growing Trading Income (community & Social Enterprise)

A very practical course! Easy to follow. Will definitely be able to put what I've learned into practice.


Charity Board Member

Course undertaken
The Role of Company Secretary

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