ASPIRE Fermanagh

ASPIRE is the Fermanagh & Omagh District Council led Employability Programme supporting people into paid employment.


Part funded by the European Social Fund and Department for the Economy, the ASPIRE Programme operates in partnership with the Western Health and Social Care Trust, the Education Authority for the Western Region and delivery partner  Fermanagh Rural Community Initiative.


ASPIRE operates across the Fermanagh & Omagh District Council area and is open to people aged 16 years and upwards, currently unemployed or economically inactive and seeking employment.


Are you looking for a job?

Project Activities and Support:

‚Äč Personal mentor to support you throughout the programme

Qualifications and training opportunities that match your employment objective

A work placement in a job role of your choice to develop the necessary experience and skills

Health & Well-Being events

Opportunity to meet people socially and make friends

Job Search, CV Building, Interview Skills

After Programme Support

How Does ASPIRE Work ?

3 Easy Steps To Get Started:

1. Call in or telephone with your initial enquiry 

                                    2. Attend a 1-1 information session with a member of the team         

                                          3. Work with your Project Officer to develop your Personal Action Plan  


ASPIRE Currently Offer Training Opportunities In:

Classroom Support Package


Industry Specific Training


Employability Boosters

Linguistic Phonics OCR IT User Skills CSR Card IAB Computerised Bookkeeping Interview Skills
Autism Awareness OCN Social Media One Day Forklift Training IAB Computerised Payroll CV Development
Child Protection Design and Production of Office Documents Food Safety Awareness in Catering Time Management Application Form Support
Paediatric First Aid Time Management Manual Handling Meeting Protocol Presentation Skills
Food safety Awareness in Catering Communication Skills Infection Control Communication Skills Preparation for Recruitment Tests
ICT for the Classroom   Health and Well-Being    
    Essential Skills Assessments Numeracy and Literacy    
    ESOL Classes    

Contact Adrian on 028 66326478 or call into the office Monday-Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm