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This is fully residential at The British Racing School in Newmarket and all your training is provided FREE of charge.
To obtain an Apprentice (flat) jockey's licence an application is made to the BHA. The first step is completion of the Level 2 Diploma Apprenticeship.
To obtain a Conditional (jump) jockey's licence an application is made to the BHA. The first step is completion of the Level 2 Diploma Apprenticeship.
There are 2 types of Amateur Riders' Permits which allow someone to ride in public. A Category A Permit and a Category B Permit.
There are 2 types of Amatuer Riders's Permits which allow someone to ride in public. A Category A Permit and a Category B Permit.
A full days intensive training for riders intending to ride in the up and coming Point to Point season.
This course is designed for Amateur jockeys who would like to develop and improve their race riding technique
The Advanced Apprenticeship is a highly valued, industry recognised, advanced qualification of Level 3 Diploma.
The Flexible Learning Programme (FLP) is a 2 year course offered to 14-16 year olds as a one day release from school.
The trainers courses consist of 3 modules which you need to undertake in order to apply to the BHA for a trainers licence.
The trainers courses consist of 3 modules which you need to undertake in order to apply to the BHA for a trainers' licence.
The Assistant Trainers Course is a residential course run over three days. The aim of this course is to illustrate the importance of an assistant trainers' role both in the yard and on the racecourse.
The Yard Managers course is suitable for anyone who currently supervised staff in a racing yard or stud farm.
The Course has been created for secretaries new to racing and anyone considering working in this role. It provides knowledge of the role of a racing secretary.
The British Racing School is now running a bookkeeping course aimed at the Racing Industry.
This is a full day course held at different racing centres around the country.
Animal welfare legislation requires that some people who transport horses may need to hold a Certificate of Competence.
These courses are designed to improve the standard of riding in the workplace providing guidance and advice on how to develop work riding skills.
The British Racing School is the main provider of jockey training in Great Britain. We deliver bespoke training to jockeys who come recommended by their industry authority.
The British Racing School is running half day training courses aimed any rider wishing to perfect their falling technique.
Come and use our excellent facilities and take advantage of our expert tuition to help you get ahead in Pony Racing!
This is a programme for young people aged 13 to 15 years old who want to take part in Pony Racing but due to financial or other constraints, are unable to partake in the sport.
A week long residential camp for children aged 11 - 15 years who want to learn more about pony racing.
The Advanced Pony Racing Training is an 'invitation only' course for Pony Racing Jockeys who have shown they have what it takes to be a licenced jockey in the near future.
The Academy provides meaningful, results driven management development, specific to the racing industry.
The Racing Industry Course is a week long residential course designed to teach everything you need to know about the Horse Racing Industry.
The British Racing School has joined forces with Warwickshire College to bring you the first Foundation Degree for the Horseracing Industry.
If a career in an exciting, high-profile and challenging industry sounds appealing, then the Graduate Development Programme may be of interest to you.
This informative course gives delegates an insight into British Horseracing.
If you are aged 21 or over and wish to ride out in a racing yard this is the course for you!
This is a half day course at The British Racing School
This is a half days training at the British Racing School
This course is aimed at racecourse groundstaff who may, during the course of a race meeting, have to deal with equine emergencies such as loose or injured horses.
The British Racing School provide training for jockeys who hold their professional licence but have not yet ridden out their claim.
The progress of a Conditional Jockey is monitored by the British Horseracing Authority.
An Apprentice Jockey who has ridden 20 or more winners will be required to attend a four day Advanced Training course at The British Racing School.
A Conditional Jockey who has ridden 20 or more winners will be required to attend a four day advanced training course at The British Racing School.
The provision of a Jockey Coach to all Apprentice and Conditional Jockeys to support and develop young jockeys into professional sports people.