Apprenticeships - England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Apprenticeships involve a partnership between the apprentice, employer and training provider.

Apprenticeships...

  • Are available to learners of all ages
  • Generally available at two different levels
  • Take between 1 – 3 years to complete, depending upon the industry and the level
  • Can be supported with public funding.

 

Review of Apprenticeships

Lantra are currently reviewing the following SVQ's and Modern Apprenticeships for Scotland:

  • Trees and Timber SVQs SCQF Level 5 and 6 and SCQF Level 5 and 6 Modern Apprenticeship,
  • Gamekeeping Level 2 and 3 SVQs and Level 2 Modern Apprenticeship,
  • Equine SVQs SCQF Level 4, 5 and 6 and SCQF Level 5 and 6 Modern Apprenticeship.

 

As well as review the current SVQ's and MA's, Lantra is also developing a NEW SCQF Level 8/9 SVQ in Rural Skills,with the intention to develop a new Higher Modern Apprenticeship in Rural Skills in 2018.

If you are interested in becoming involved in the review or development, please following the link to the Scotland Apprenticeship page to find out more inforamtion about the review.

 

Development

 

Animal Care and Welfare Assistant Trailblazer Standard

The industry has developed this practical standard to challenge apprentices and ensure competent staff are trained for the Animal Care industry. Specific details for testing the apprentices will be developed as part of the assessment standard.

The standard specifies the knowledge, skills and behaviours which are required by a competent Animal Care and Welfare Assistant at the end of their apprenticeship, with specific options for Animal Interaction & Handling, Rehoming, Movement and Transportation, Operation/Reception, Breeding, Zoos, Aquaria & Exotics, Working Dog Handler and Wildlife Rehabilitation. Please note the knowledge required is aimed at giving the apprentice an overall picture of the industry, so the skills they are learning can be put into context.

 

Animal Trainer Trailblazer Standard

 

The animal care industry has developed this practical standard to challenge apprentices and ensure competent staff are trained for the industry. Specific details for testing the apprentices will be developed as part of the assessment standard.

The standard specifies the knowledge, skills and behaviours which are required by a competent Animal Trainer at the end of their apprenticeship. Please note the knowledge required is aimed at giving the apprentice an overall picture of the industry, so the skills they are learning can be put into context.

 

Contact

 

To speak to the Apprenticeship Team, give us a call on 02476 696 996 or e-mail  us.