When your child has to take the next step in their education, we understand that you want to make sure it is the best decision for them.
Since 2016 young people aged 16 and 17 must, by law, must stay in education. Apprenticeships are structured training programmes which give your child a chance to work (literally) towards a qualification.
This scheme will help them gain the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in their chosen industry. Getting into employment earlier means there’s lots of potential for them to progress in their career quickly, with hands-on training helping grow their confidence in a work environment while still learning and earning a good salary.
As an award-winning, Ofsted Grade 1 ‘Outstanding’ training provider, for the past 20+ years we have been delivering high-quality apprenticeships and work-based vocational qualifications in both England and Wales. With a team made up from the industry we are both highly qualified, as well as deeply experienced. 100% of our learners would recommend us to a friend which is testament to the programmes we run, we are also the first provider in the UK to see learners go through End Point Assessment for Equine Groom Level 2.
We have 100% Pass First Time rate for Equine Groom Level 2.
48% of our learners have received a Distinction in at least one element of End Point Assessment. (scoring over 90%), with 14% receiving an overall distinction (scoring over 90% in all three assessments)
We have put together some answers that our Recruitment Team have answered in the past, if you can’t see the answer you require, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.
If you would like to learn more about apprenticeships, please click here for the government guide to apprenticeships
We would advise that your child should have some basic experience with horses.
Occasionally, some yards will take on apprentices with no experience. If your child has no experience with horses and are keen to work in the Equine Industry, they might be best suited to a traineeship.
Yes, but your child will need to get in touch with us a month before they finish school. We cannot guarantee that the vacancies we have live on our system will still be available when they have finished school.