iPET Network partners with training companies to offer endpoint assessments for apprenticeships – FE News

It’s National Apprenticeship Week (#NAW2022), and this year the iPET Network has plenty to celebrate with some exciting training news.

The awarding body, which creates the Ofqual regulated qualifications for the animal sector, has recently been authorized to provide final assessments for apprenticeships.

iPET Network has previously partnered with Haddon Training and Keits Training Services to offer the Apprentice Assessments at organizations such as Pets At Home, completing the Animal Care and Welfare or Dog Grooming Apprentice Standard.

And they hope that even more employers who offer apprenticeships will now choose the iPET Network as their endpoint assessment organization because of their profile in the grooming and pet industry.

Fern Gresty, Co-Director of the iPET Network, said: “This National Apprenticeship Week, we are delighted to be assessing apprentices across the UK.

“Apprenticeships are a great way to get straight to work in your industry of choice, and industries benefit from having enthusiastic interns working hard to gain the skills and qualifications they need.”

Sarah Mackay, Co-Director of the iPET Network added:

“Adding endpoint assessments to our services demonstrates our continued commitment to the industries we support and shows the world the high level of competence of our industries.”

National Learning Week 2022 is the 15th annual celebration of learning in the UK.

From February 7-13, 1,200 virtual and in-person events will take place across England to demonstrate the impact of learning.

Find out more at https://www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/influencers/naw2022-events-listing

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