Aspire & Shipley

Aspire Centre, Burford

Contact the Aspire Centre: 01584 811789 or email

The Aspire Centre, Tenbury Wells is a thriving centre for technical engineering and motor vehicle training based in superb facilities on the Shropshire, Herefordshire, and Worcestershire border.

The Aspire Centre attracts students from a wide catchment area, with transport available from Ludlow and Stourport. Many students progress to full-time programmes at the Centre having successfully completed a 14-16 course funded by their school.

The Centre benefits from spacious and well-equipped workshop facilities, which are ideally suited to practical training.

The Aspire Centre is located next to the Burford Business Park and offers superb, modern facilities in an environment which is designed to prepare students for the transition in to the world of work. The team members at Aspire are passionate about their subject areas and are dedicated to the success of every student.

If you are interested in pursuing a career in engineering, we recommend you visit the Aspire Centre to see for yourself and find out more. You will receive a friendly welcome and be impressed with our facilities, our team and our commitment to excellence.

Shipley Campus, Bridgnorth Rd

Contact the Shipley Campus: 01902 709840 or email

The Shipley Campus is a thriving centre for education and training within easy reach of Bridgnorth, Telford, Wolverhampton and the Shropshire/Staffordshire border villages. Thanks to significant capital investment in recent years, the centre now offers a superb range of specialist full-time courses in animal management, and a range of part-time programmes in IT, Floristry and courses for leisure. Shipley students benefit from a friendly and mature environment, supported by a team of highly committed tutors who treat every student as an individual.

The Shipley Campus is located in an idyllic rural setting (adjacent to Gardenlands) but is easy to get to, with regular buses from Bridgnorth and
Wolverhampton and direct College transport from various pick-up points in south Telford. With excellent facilities, dedicated staff and a personalised approach to learning, you will be sure of a very warm welcome.



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