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THE COLLEGE OF ANIMAL WELFARE LIMITED

Employer reviews

Good (70 reviews)

Employer review details
Statement Percentage of employers that selected this as a "strength" Percentage of employers that selected this as "needs improvement" Total number of employers that selected this statement
Communication with employers 59% 41% 56
Reporting on progress of apprentices 40% 60% 45
Getting new apprentices started 67% 33% 33
Providing the right training at the right time 78% 22% 27
Improving apprentice skills 80% 20% 25
Working with small numbers of apprentices 67% 33% 15
Training facilities 86% 14% 14
Initial assessment of apprentices 82% 18% 11
Adapting to my needs 73% 27% 11

Apprentice reviews

Good (44 reviews)

Apprentice review details
Communication
Statement Percentage of apprentices that agreed with this statement Percentage of apprentices that disagreed with this statement
Communicating clearly with you 43% 57%
Ensuring you understand the requirements of your end-point assessment 59% 41%
Organisation
Statement Percentage of apprentices that agreed with this statement Percentage of apprentices that disagreed with this statement
Organising well-structured training 57% 43%
Providing accessible training resources 93% 7%
Balancing online learning with classroom-based training to suit your apprenticeship 66% 34%
Taking into account your previous learning 64% 36%
Giving you relevant training that helps you perform your job better 80% 20%
Providing Off The Job training that takes up at least 20% of your total apprenticeship time 73% 27%
Support
Statement Percentage of apprentices that agreed with this statement Percentage of apprentices that disagreed with this statement
Helping you learn new skills and develop existing ones 82% 18%
Supporting you and your apprenticeship 66% 34%
Resolving any issues you have 61% 39%
Preparing you for success in your future career 77% 23%

Provider overview

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.

Apprenticeship training course

Accounts or finance assistant (level 2)

58% achievement rate (out of 20 apprentices)

54% national achievement rate

Explain achievement rate
The percentage of apprentices who successfully achieved their apprenticeship when trained by this provider on a course in this subject area. This rate uses data from the 2022 to 2023 academic year.

Apprenticeship location

Canterbury, Kent Remove location

THE COLLEGE OF ANIMAL WELFARE LIMITED’s training options

Head office 89.4 miles away

Headland House, Chord Business Park, London Road, Godmanchester, Huntingdon, PE29 2BQ

  • not available At apprentice’s workplace
  • available Day release: 89.4 miles away
  • not available Block release

Day release address

Headland House, Chord Business Park, London Road, Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire, PE29 2BQ

Contact this provider about this course

Telephone
01480422060
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