Belfast training firm Uni Learning sets up at city's latest business centre
ONE of Britain and Ireland's leading providers of personal training and fitness qualifications has set up at Belfast's newest business centre.
Uni Learning, which provides courses for those who want to embark on a career in the fitness industry, has become the latest organisation to set up at Away to Work, which opened earlier this year on University Street.
The new deal means that six of the eight office suites at Away To Work have now been let following a significant investment and renovation project at the traditional townhouse office building in south Belfast.
Uni Learning, founded in Belfast in 2016, provides full-time, part-time and online courses across the UK and Ireland, with 1500 students so far gaining nationally and internationally recognised qualifications in the health and fitness industry.
Uni Learning head tutor, Harry McMahon said they hope to grow the business at the new location, following the move from the Innovation Factory in west Belfast.
"Moving to Away to Work means that we're now based at a central location, which provides modern facilities for an organisation all within close proximity of major transport routes," he said.
“I'm delighted that we're based at Away To Work and look forward to delivering many more training courses here in Queen's Quarter."
One of the founders of Away To Work, Carl Whyte added:
“Away To Work, Queen's Quarter provides state-of-the art office facilities in a traditional townhouse setting for health and training professionals, third sector organisations and SMEs.
"Located just three minutes from Botanic Station and seven minutes from main motorway networks, Away To Work allows your organisation quick and easy access to markets and customers right across Northern Ireland.”