A Halifax company which specialises in training people who work at height is poised for a record year following recent expansion.
Boss Training has made several recent appointments to deal with the growth it is forecasting for 2014.
Following the appointments of Relationship Manager Tom Burwell and administrator Afeefah Shabir in late 2013, Boss has now announced it has appointed twenty-six-year-old Dean Parker to the role of Operations Manager.
The company, which delivers safety training across the UK, has recently secured contracts to provide working at height training to British Airways, The National Trust and construction giants Balfour Beatty.
Launched by managing director Andrew Murphy in 2005, Boss has enjoyed rapid growth and is on target to achieve an annual turnover of £1m within the next 18 months.
Andrew, 47, puts the company’s success down to their responsive, personal service, nationally accredited training courses and the practical experience of their qualified safety trainers.
“The recent expansion of our head office team will enable us to better focus on the long term training needs of our national clients.
“Over the next 18 months, we are planning for continued growth which will further secure our position as one of the leading providers of safety training in the North of England.”