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  1. english

    English and Maths – Are they really that important?

    Do you look forward to the time when your Maths and English skills will cross paths with your studies here at The College of Animal Welfare (CAW), or maybe you dread the thought of it? Either way, we’re here to make sure that you’ll never have to panic at the thought of applying your Maths […]


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    Health and Fitness Tip of the Month: The Benefits of Meditation

    Why is meditation important? We have all heard that meditation reduces stress, however doctors are now suggesting that it can help improve creativity, improve sleep, decrease anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and even addiction. So how do we meditate? First, find a comfortable place where you can sit without distractions for at least 2 minutes and […]



  3. #NAW2018 National Apprenticeship Week: 5-9 March 2018

    This week is National Apprenticeship Week, and this year the theme is ‘Apprenticeships Work’! And work they do – each year hundreds of thousands of people up and down the country choose an apprenticeship to start their working life, change career or upskill in their current employment. #NAW2018 aims to showcase real life apprentices to […]



  4. LGBT History Month – How can you get involved?

    February is LGBT history month, and this year’s theme is ‘Geography-mapping the world’ and is all about OUTing the past! The badge for this year, designed by Cristian-Emanuel Buda, features two compasses facing each other; which he says demonstrates LGBT people finding their way in the world, whether it is accepting of them or not. […]


  5. Coaching and Mentoring

    ILM Coaching and Mentoring qualifications at CAW

    Coaching members of staff can be extremely rewarding but also challenging at times. Do you struggle with any of the following? Setting boundaries and being assertive? Setting goals and getting the best out of newer members of staff? Dealing with things when they don’t go to plan? Balancing your own workload with your coaching responsibilities? […]