ASPIRE invites you to Kick-Start Your Career for the New Year
10th January 2020
ASPIRE is encouraging the public to “kick-start their career” this new year with the delivery of a variety of learning and training opportunities.
ASPIRE, a Fermanagh and Omagh District Council led employability initiative, provides employability support and training to anyone aged 16 years old and over and is seeking paid work.
In the latest recruitment drive for the New Year, ASPIRE will be offering a range of free learning and training opportunities in fields such as Health and Safety, Classroom Support, Construction, Health Care, Professions allied to Health and Administration packages, with Job Search Preparation, CV Development and Interview Skills to suit all career choices.
Speaking about the ASPIRE Programme, the Chair of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Chairwoman, Councillor Siobhán Currie said: “The New Year is a great time to make a change and to focus on personal and professional development.
Guided by experienced mentors, ASPIRE offers tailor-made training and support to maximise chances of getting employment in the individual’s desired field. If you are feeling like you need a change in career direction, or if you’re looking to kick-start your career, I would recommend contacting the ASPIRE programme to discuss the range of opportunities available.”
The ASPIRE Employability Programme is part funded by the European Social Fund 2014-2020 and the Department for the Economy. The programme operates in partnership with the Western Health and Social Care Trust, the Education Authority for the Western Region and its delivery partner, Fermanagh Rural Community Initiative (FRCI).
For further information on the ASPIRE Programme, please contact the Omagh Office on 028 8224 6535 or the Enniskillen Office on 028 6632 6478 to speak to a member of the ASPIRE team. Alternatively, you can find us on Facebook – Aspire Employability Programme.