Work for us

Due to the continued growth and evolution of Haddon Training, we are often looking for new talent to join our team.  All available roles will be posted below, please click on a title to see full details and how to apply.

If you are interested in joining the team please proactively drop an email to careers@haddontraining.co.uk including your CV and an overview of the areas of interest so that you can be considered for available roles.

Available roles
  • Equine Trainer Coach - Full Time (South-east)

    Vacancy: Equine Care Trainer Coach / Assessor
    Location: South-east area
    Reports to: Area Manager
    Working pattern: Full time, permanent
    Start date: Immediate start

    Due to continued growth within our equine sector, we are looking to strengthen our delivery team with the appointment of a new team member based in the South-east area. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with a passion for equine who would like to work within an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Government Funded Work-Based Training Provider.

    Haddon Training, est. in 1997 primarily works with 16-24 year olds who are employed and undertaking a work based Traineeship or Apprenticeship programme. We offer these programmes within the Equine, Animal Care, and Business Services sectors, delivered by a national network of highly qualified industry Trainer-Coaches. We work with over 800 employers in both England and Wales.

    We are looking for a high performing, qualified, experienced and enthusiastic individual to join the team. Experience of delivery on Apprenticeship Standards and the differences in the sector post reforms is highly desirable.

    You will manage a caseload of learners based in the south-east, supporting the entire learner journey, including:

    • Enrolment/induction and initial assessment.
    • Equine teaching, learning and assessment.
    • Coaching/mentoring.
    • Contextualised embedding of maths and English.
    • Supporting the wider curriculum (PREVENT, British Values, Safeguarding, ICT, Information, Advice and Guidance, etc.).
    • Completing interim and mock End Point Assessments.
    • Correct completion of mandatory paperwork to evidence all aspects of the learner journey to an auditable standard.

    You will work closely with learners and employers and report to the Area Manager. You will work closely with the Curriculum Specialist for Functional Skills and IQAs to ensure a high level of quality throughout the delivery of all equine programmes.

     

    Essential industry-specific qualifications and experience:

    • Minimum of five years’ recent experience working in the relevant equine sector and the occupational route that they would be assessing. Must be able to cover a minimum of two pathways consisting of generic equine pathways, racing or breeding.
    • Passion for work-based learning.
    • Up-to-date, relevant, deep and broad experience of working within the equine industry.
    • Experience at a level within the equine industry that is above Senior Groom or equivalent (Level 3 +).
    • Experience in the occupational area of apprenticeships including practical and current knowledge of working practices, infrastructure, tools and technologies to support applications.
    • Occupational competence with a comprehensive and proven track record of service in the equine industry supported by a detailed and documented CPD record.
    • Extensive knowledge and experience of horse anatomy, physiology and welfare.
    • Comprehensive experience of best practice for workplace saddlery, equipment and clothing used and how to maintain it.
    • Demonstrable knowledge of safe working practices in an equine environment including routine yard, field duties and horse husbandry.

     

    Essential qualifications and experience:

    • Minimum BHS Stage 3 including Riding or Level 3 equivalents.
    • Experience in working with and maintaining quality assurance processes and complying with regulatory requirements.
    • Commitment to continuous professional development relevant to the industry area being assessed.

     

    Essential knowledge and skills:

    • An understanding of Apprenticeship Standards, with specific knowledge about the relevant industry area for the role.
    • Excellent integrity and interpersonal skills.
    • Customer-focused commercial awareness.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with substantive experience of providing supportive, concise feedback to learners, assessors and key stakeholders.
    • Experience in producing clear, accurate and concise written reports, including remarks/enquiries about results.
    • Ability to offer guidance on careers advice and next steps after completing a Traineeship or Apprenticeship.
    • Organisational skills and the ability to prioritise effectively.
    • Excellent investigative skills.
    • Analytical, critical thinking skills.
    • Proficient IT skills that include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
    • Ability to work independently but also as part of a team.
    • Driving licence with access to own car.

     

    Desirable:

    • Holding or working towards an assessor qualification (A1/A2/D32/D33/TAQA or equivalent qualification).
    • Level 2 Functional Skills in English, maths and ICT.
    • Experience in preparing for and presenting to a target audience.
    • Experience in marking and grading assessments.
    • Relevant teaching qualification (minimum PTTLS) or Education and Training Level 3 or 4.

    This is an exciting time to join a growing team in a friendly, people-orientated business.

     

    You will be rewarded with: 

    • A competitive salary.
    • Car allowance, roadside recovery and generous business mileage rate.
    • 23 days annual holiday, plus Bank and Public Holidays. Your holiday entitlement will increase by one day for each year of service (up to 30 days).
    • Your birthday off.
    • Investment in your CPD and development.
    • Pension Scheme – with contributions up to 10%.

    Please email your CV to careers@haddontraining.co.uk

    Haddon Training are an OFSTED Grade 1, Matrix accredited and award-winning Training Provider.

  • Equine Trainer Coach - Full Time (South-west)

    Vacancy: Equine Care Trainer Coach / Assessor
    Location: South-west area
    Reports to: Area Manager
    Working pattern: Full time, permanent
    Start date: Immediate start

    Due to continued growth within our equine sector, we are looking to strengthen our delivery team with the appointment of a new team member based in the South-west area. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with a passion for equine who would like to work within an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Government Funded Work-Based Training Provider.

    Haddon Training, est. in 1997 primarily works with 16-24 year olds who are employed and undertaking a work based Traineeship or Apprenticeship programme. We offer these programmes within the Equine, Animal Care, and Business Services sectors, delivered by a national network of highly qualified industry Trainer-Coaches. We work with over 800 employers in both England and Wales.

    We are looking for a high performing, qualified, experienced and enthusiastic individual to join the team. Experience of delivery on Apprenticeship Standards and the differences in the sector post reforms is highly desirable.

    You will manage a caseload of learners based in the south-east, supporting the entire learner journey, including:

    • Enrolment/induction and initial assessment.
    • Equine teaching, learning and assessment.
    • Coaching/mentoring.
    • Contextualised embedding of maths and English.
    • Supporting the wider curriculum (PREVENT, British Values, Safeguarding, ICT, Information, Advice and Guidance, etc.).
    • Completing interim and mock End Point Assessments.
    • Correct completion of mandatory paperwork to evidence all aspects of the learner journey to an auditable standard.

    You will work closely with learners and employers and report to the Area Manager. You will work closely with the Curriculum Specialist for Functional Skills and IQAs to ensure a high level of quality throughout the delivery of all equine programmes.

     

    Essential industry-specific qualifications and experience:

    • Minimum of five years’ recent experience working in the relevant equine sector and the occupational route that they would be assessing. Must be able to cover a minimum of two pathways consisting of generic equine pathways, racing or breeding.
    • Passion for work-based learning.
    • Up-to-date, relevant, deep and broad experience of working within the equine industry.
    • Experience at a level within the equine industry that is above Senior Groom or equivalent (Level 3 +).
    • Experience in the occupational area of the apprenticeships including practical and current knowledge of working practices, infrastructure, tools and technologies to support applications.
    • Occupational competence with a comprehensive and proven track record of service in the equine industry supported by a detailed and documented CPD record.
    • Extensive knowledge and experience of horse anatomy, physiology and welfare.
    • Comprehensive experience of best practice for workplace saddlery, equipment and clothing used and how to maintain it.
    • Demonstrable knowledge of safe working practices in an equine environment including routine yard, field duties and horse husbandry.

     

    Essential qualifications and experience:

    • Minimum BHS Stage 3 including Riding or Level 3 equivalents.
    • Experience in working with and maintaining quality assurance processes and complying with regulatory requirements.
    • Commitment to continuous professional development relevant to the industry area being assessed.

     

    Essential knowledge and skills:

    • An understanding of Apprenticeship Standards, with specific knowledge about the relevant industry area for the role.
    • Excellent integrity and interpersonal skills.
    • Customer-focused commercial awareness.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with substantive experience of providing supportive, concise feedback to learners, assessors and key stakeholders.
    • Experience in producing clear, accurate and concise written reports, including remarks/enquiries about results.
    • Ability to offer guidance on careers advice and next steps after completing a Traineeship or Apprenticeship.
    • Organisational skills and the ability to prioritise effectively.
    • Excellent investigative skills.
    • Analytical, critical thinking skills.
    • Proficient IT skills that include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
    • Ability to work independently but also as part of a team.
    • Driving licence with access to own car.

     

    Desirable:

    • Holding or working towards an assessor qualification (A1/A2/D32/D33/TAQA or equivalent qualification).
    • Level 2 Functional Skills in English, maths and ICT.
    • Experience in preparing for and presenting to a target audience.
    • Experience in marking and grading assessments.
    • Relevant teaching qualification (minimum PTTLS) or Education and Training Level 3 or 4.

    This is an exciting time to join a growing team in a friendly, people-orientated business.

     

    You will be rewarded with: 

    • A competitive salary.
    • Car allowance, roadside recovery and generous business mileage rate.
    • 23 days annual holiday, plus Bank and Public Holidays. Your holiday entitlement will increase by one day for each year of service (up to 30 days).
    • Your birthday off.
    • Investment in your CPD and development.
    • Pension Scheme – with contributions up to 10%.

    Please email your CV to careers@haddontraining.co.uk

    Haddon Training are an OFSTED Grade 1, Matrix accredited and award-winning Training Provider.

Haddon Training is an award-winning,  training provider, delivering high-quality apprenticeships and work-based vocational qualifications in England and Wales since 1997. Click below for more information on the business sectors we work in

Equine (England)
Equine (Wales)

Animal Care (England)
Animal Care (Wales)

Business