Lite Limited is a specialist training provider for the animal care industry. Established in 1985, we deliver high quality apprenticeship training which is reflected in our high apprenticeship achievement rates and high scores in both learner and employer satisfaction surveys.
We retained our Ofsted grade 2 (Good) in June 2018 when Ofsted Inspectors identified particularly high success rates in Veterinary Nursing and praised apprentices development of a wide range of good quality work skills. View the full report here.
Our staff/tutors are all well qualified in their field having worked in the veterinary environment/kennel and catteries and related animal care employment for a number of years. They follow a regular programme of CPD to ensure that they are up to date with new practices. We have fully equipped classrooms with White Boards and interactive assessment systems. We provide additional support using our own Virtual Learning Environment.
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Become an Apprentice
Apprenticeships combine practical training in a job with study.
As an apprentice you will:
work alongside experienced staff
gain job-specific skills
get time for study related to your role (usually one day a week)
To begin training as an apprentice, you will need to be employed in a suitable position for a minimum of 30 hours per week.
Apprenticeships take 1 to 5 years to complete depending on their level.
Current Apprenticeship Vacancies
Our current apprenticeship vacancies can be found here:
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Additional Courses/Qualifications Lite has to offer
Lite Limited are an approved City & Guilds Centre and are registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) as a Veterinary Nursing Assessment Centre (VNAC). We are also an accredited school of Veterinary Nursing with ACOVENE.
"The support I have received from Lite Ltd has been wonderful. I can not thank them enough for helping me with my studies to become a Veterinary Nurse"