Team Building in St Helens

Team Building in St Helens

St Helens is a fantastic location in Merseyside for any sort of team building program, team awayday or corporate event that you may wish to participate in. St Helens is situated in an enviable position having the best of both worlds when it comes to scenic beauty and corporate commercial activity.

In today’s modern business world communication skills, leadership skills, self motivation, problem solving and teamworking are critical personal skill-sets that every business requires in order to thrive. This is the case with many of the businesses that we run team building events for in St Helens each year. This has allowed St Helens to become not only a regional financial centre but also an international financial centre. The training programmes that we run each year allow participants to develop these skills so that general productivity, motivation and profitability of the organisation are increased.

At Fire Events we will do everything we can to make your event less stressful and less work for you, whether it is finding venues for team building in St Helens or creating instruction packs for delegates on how to get there. Nothing is too much for us.

Fire Events has a wealth of knowledge, skills and expertise when it comes to designing, creating and implementing teambuilding courses, team awaydays, management development programs and corporate events around the UK. We were established in 1998 as a corporate development training company with our background being firmly rooted in the adventurous outdoor world. The team building events that we have run around St Helens and the UK since our incorporation have included events as diverse as family fun days, team away days, icebreaker exercises, conference energisers through to large sponsored charity events.

About St Helens

St Helens is a large town in Merseyside, England. It is the largest settlement of the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens with a population of just over 100,000 of an urban area with a total population of 176,843 at the time of the 2001 Census.

Historically a part of Lancashire, the area grew during the 18th and 19th century as a significant centre for coal mining, and glassmaking. Both prior and during this time it was also home to a cotton and linen industry (notably sail making) that lasted until the mid 19th century as well as salt, lime and alkali pits, copper smelting, and brewing.

The town and borough is notable for being the site of the first fully man made canal opened in autumn 1757, and also the first competition for steam locomotives, in Rainhill Trials.