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Training Provider celebrating 3,500 Early Years apprentice achievers

3,500 Early Years apprentice achievers

London-based training provider, Hawk Training (@Hawk_Training), will be celebrating the achievement of 3,500 apprentices to have completed their early years apprenticeship programme with them, by hosting a celebratory event on Friday 21st May.

The virtual celebration will include industry-led guest speakers, experiences from recent learner achievers and their employers and an update on Hawk Training’s new Level 5 Early Years Lead Practitioner programme.

The 60-minute event will be held online from 10am on Friday 21st May. 

Managing Director, Crawford Knott, is proud of Hawk Training’s achievement:

“We are absolutely thrilled to have met this milestone and are looking forward to the continued sustained growth and development of our early years programmes.

“I am exceptionally proud of all staff at Hawk Training who put their heart and soul into developing an innovative, learner and employer focused programme. The introduction of the new Level 5 programme for senior early years professionals is also fantastic news for employer and learners alike, so that all learners have a clear progression route beyond their level 3 programme.”

In 2005, Hawk Training decided to enter the early years apprenticeship sector in response to employers bemoaning a shortage of quality providers in the local area of Twickenham, south-west London. After successfully delivering programmes locally, and achieving Ofsted Outstanding for their apprenticeship provision in 2013, they expanded their offer to provide nationwide coverage throughout England from as far north as Newcastle-upon-Tyne to Chichester on the south coast.

Hawk Training, who have also just been nominated as finalists at the AAC Apprenticeship Awards, in the category of Education & Childcare Apprenticeship Provider of the Year, will soon be launching their new level 5 Early Years Lead Practitioner apprenticeship following years of successfully delivering their level 2 and 3 apprenticeship programmes to childcare professionals.

The new programme is aimed at developing proactive and influential practitioners, who work directly with children, skilfully leading day to day practice at an operational level.

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