Haddon Training were announced winners at the Apprenticeship 4 England Training Provider of the Year Awards 2015 on Tuesday 3rd March. The awards were presented at the Apprenticeship 4 England Black Tie Gala Dinner at prestigious Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden, London.
Haddon Training were shortlisted to the final four in the Prime Small 275-500 apprentices in learning category in January, with the winner to be announced at the awards ceremony. This is the first awards of its kind that Haddon Training entered; the result is both rewarding and gratifying.
Since 1997 Chris has been the driving force behind Haddon Training, striving to raise the standards of training and good practice throughout the equine industry. Apprenticeships enable members of staff to work full time and gain a nationally recognised qualification.
“I am delighted that Haddon Training has been recognised for this national award. Making the finals recognises the hard work and dedication of every member staff within the company. We are proud to be at the forefront of raising the standards and profile of the equine industry within the education sector.” Chris Hewlett MD
The Gala Dinner and Awards ceremony was fantastic, with first class entertainment throughout the evening.
Haddon Training is a Grade One ‘Outstanding’ Training Provider who support qualifications in Horse Care, Animal Care and Business. Haddon Training work with over 400 employers all over England and Wales to support them to deliver high quality training to their staff.