THE COLLEGE OF ANIMAL WELFARE LIMITED
- Trading names:
- College of Animal Welfare
About this provider
The College of Animal Welfare was established in Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire in 1989 by a leading animal welfare charity to further animal welfare through education and training.
Today the College is an independently managed institution and one of the leading providers of animal care and veterinary nurse education, operating from four training centres across the UK. The College has gained a well-earned reputation for excellence, delivering quality training and education to those wishing to start a career in the animal care or veterinary nursing industry.
In 2012, the College expanded by establishing CAW Business School, offering a range of business and accountancy programmes to those throughout the Eastern region and beyond.
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- Communication with employers (2)
- Improving apprentice skills (2)
- Reporting on progress of apprentices (2)
- Getting new apprentices started (1)
- Working with small numbers of apprentices (1)
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16 Apprenticeships offered
|Business and Administration||Framework||2||Details|
|Business and Professional Administration||Framework||4||Details|
|Customer service practitioner||Standard||2||Details|
|Nursing Assistants in a Veterinary Environment||Framework||2||Details|
|Operations / departmental manager||Standard||5||Details|
|Professional accounting taxation technician||Standard||4||Details|
|Team leader / supervisor||Standard||3||Details|
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Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)