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Haddon Training

About this organisation

Haddon Training is an award winning, Ofsted Grade 1 ‘Outstanding’ training provider. We’ve been delivering high quality apprenticeships and work-based vocational qualifications in England and Wales since 1997.

We strive to deliver quality, hands-on training to young people and adults, giving them a strong foundation for a rewarding career.

To undertake an apprenticeship, you’ll need to be employed for a minimum of 30 hours per week. You’ll be learning on the job. There are no course fees, no day release to college and you’ll earn a wage whilst training.

It’s an opportunity to gain practical work experience, knowledge, skills and behaviours for your chosen job role; skills that are recognised by industry employers all over the country.

In summary, as an apprentice:

You’ll be an employed member of staff working a minimum of 30 hours per week.
You’ll have an employment contract outlining your wages and holiday allowance.
You’ll be part of a Government funded and recognised educational programme.
You’ll receive training on the job to ensure that you meet the requirements of the Apprenticeship Standards.
You’ll complete coursework assignments to show your knowledge and understanding.

Haddon Training offer the following Apprenticeships:

Animal Care and Welfare Assistant Level 2
Animal Care and Management Apprenticeship Level 3
Hound Welfare Apprenticeships
Business Apprenticeships
Equine Apprenticeships
Type: Training provider
Founded: 1997
Industry: Apprenticeships, Traineeships
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