In the article our Managing Director Chris Hewlett discusses our equine apprenticeships and the benefits of work-based training for young people.
“A career in the equestrian industry is very rewarding and fulfilling for those who have a real passion for the animals. It offers a chance to work in a dynamic, ever-expanding industry with progression and opportunities across a range of sectors, such as journalism and nutrition, as well as managing equine enterprises.” Chris Hewlett
Chris began Haddon Training having previously owned Haddon Stud for 25 years, where he identified the need to support staff in their development of the core skills required to succeed and progress in the industry. Haddon Training offers a range of equine, animal care and business traineeships and apprenticeships, as well as qualifications for transporting horses in the UK.
“It is a great place to learn and develop life and work skills, including communication, confidence and professionalism,”
Issue one features some inspirational and informative articles from, British Equestrian news and updates, a celebration of all things Tokyo 2020 in pictures, to The Seeds of Change show how horses can transform lives and an inside look at the British Showjumping National Training Centre
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