Training provider shortlisted for two major awards
A Marlborough-based equestrian training provider is in the running for two prestigious awards.
Haddon Training, which delivers work-based apprenticeships in horse care, animal care and business, has been shortlisted for the Times Education Supplement’s Further Education Awards, and in the Apprenticeship 4 England Awards.
The renowned TES FE Awards celebrate and reward the dedication and expertise of the people and teams who continue to make a significant contribution to improving the skill levels of young people and adult learners. The awards are open to anyone working in the UK FE sector.
Haddon Training has been shortlisted in the Training Provider of the Year category. The winners will be announced on April 22 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London.
The Apprenticeship 4 England Awards recognise and reward training providers and employers who are dedicated to delivering quality Apprenticeships.
Haddon Training are hoping to repeat their success last year, when they won the Small Prime Award. Due to the company’s recent growth, it will be competing this year in the Medium Prime category.
The awards will be presented at the Emirates Stadium, London on February 25.
Locally, Haddon Training has made it to the next stage of the Wiltshire Business Awards in the Small Business of the Year category.
Chris Hewlett, managing director, said: “To be shortlisted in two national awards makes me so proud of the whole team at Haddon Training. We are a niche training provider that strives to raise the standards of the industries in which we deliver qualifications.
“It is very humbling to know that the company, who delivered their first qualification 19 years ago, has now been shortlisted for two prestigious awards in the further education sector.”