LYNWOOD VETS LIMITED
London, Manchester, Coventry
Listed here is the locations where the Training Provider can provide apprenticeship training. All apprenticeship standards are not necessarily offered in each location.
Type of provider
Type of training provider
There are four types of training provider:
A National Provider is a training provider that is able to offer apprenticeship training in any location across England. Some national providers might also offer training in the devolved nations, i.e. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
An FE college is a state-funded provider that can offer a broad range of training options in a particular location to a range of employers.
A Specialist Provider is a training provider that is not state-funded and tends to offer training in specialist sectors or locations.
Universities offer training for Degree Apprenticeships or Higher Apprenticeships, sometimes running specialist courses for apprentices on a particular standard.
The Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary nursing enables student veterinary nurses to complete their training on a day release basis whilst employed in an RCVS approved training practice. Entry requirements - Students must be 16 years or older to commence training and must have achieved a minimum level of education qualifications either 5 GCSE's at grade C or above or 5 Scottish grades 1 to 3. These passes must include English Language and 2 Science subjects (or 1 science plus 1 mathematics).
For the level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing, students cannot apply to come onto the diploma unless they have secured a position within an RCVS training practice as an employed member of staff on a full time basis or part time basis.
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