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Inclusive and accessible options when training animal care staff

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Everyone learns in different ways – methods that work for some, may not work for others. This is why making education as inclusive as possible is so important. The continuous development of apprenticeship programmes has provided students who struggle with the academic side of learning with a more practical alternative.

Apprenticeships are an inclusive option for both employers and students – so, if you’re looking to train new staff, why not consider hiring an apprentice?

Level 2 Animal Care and Welfare Assistant Apprenticeship

Animal care workplaces can vary considerably, meaning content that is relevant to some students, may not be relevant to all students. This is why the Level 2 Animal Care and Welfare Assistant Apprenticeship offers the choice of seven further learning pathways – to tailor your apprentice’s learning to your workplace.

What makes the animal care apprenticeship so accessible?

There are many factors contributing to the accessibility and inclusivity of the Level 2 Animal Care and Welfare Assistant Apprenticeship. Some of these include:

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