Job Type: Business Management / Equine Studies / Racehorse Management / Sports & Performance
The BRS is a Centre of Excellence for training in the horseracing world. The aim of the BRS is to provide a range of training of the highest standard to meet the needs of the racing industry, and to meet the needs of our learners.
The BRS was established in 1983. It is owned by a Charitable Trust and therefore any income generated is re-invested back into the School.
The original aim of the School was to provide purpose built facilities to promote and encourage young people who had the potential to ride as professional jockeys.
Since then, the School has developed and flourished to its current position as the Centre of Excellence for training in the racing industry, providing a whole range of different courses and training.
Courses on offer:
This course is for those aged between 16 and 22, and if you want to work full time in a racing yard it’s compulsory for those aged 16-18. It also falls in line with the government requirement to stay in education or training until you are 18. The course starts with a 14 week residential period where we teach you to ride and look after racehorses. Completion of this initial residential period guarantees you a job in a racing yard, where you will work towards your Level 2 Diploma Apprenticeship. Courses start throughout the year and we run monthly open days.
The course is run over three days, with speakers ranging from organisations such as The International Racing Bureau (IRB), The National Trainers Federation (NTF), The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) and Weatherbys. An experienced and well established racing secretary will give a practical insight into fulfilling this demanding role, as well as sessions on Health & Safety and Payroll.
Course dates: 05 Feb – 07 Feb 2019
The course is run over 3 days and is taught by an ACCA qualified accountant. It is suitable for anyone regardless of your background and will give an insight in to bookkeeping and using Sage Line 50 in an equestrian office. This is not a formal qualification but you will learn about Basic bookkeeping, profit & loss and Balance Sheets/double entry, sales and purchase invoicing, payroll journal posting, balancing the bank and cash balances, nominal ledger, posting on Sage and VAT returns.
Course dates: TBC
The Racing Industry Course (TRIC) will take place on 28th January – 1st February 2019. TRIC is a British Horseracing Authority programme, planned and delivered by the British Racing School and sponsored by Lycetts.
The week long course is unique and covers all of the major aspects of the racing industry. The course would be suitable for a wide range of people, ranging from those new to racing through at a middle manager level or anyone who simply wants to broaden their knowledge of the British and International racing scene. It is a fascinating course which is also a brilliant networking event.
Contact Cath Goff for more information on this course email@example.com or 07766 051545
Run by the Peplow Group, the programme is designed to meet the needs of those who aspire to manage, are about to take on their first management role, or who are already first line managers, but have had no development opportunity. The program consists of four one day workshops spread over twelve weeks.
Run by the Peplow Group, the programme will suit those who aspire to senior roles within an organisation, or those who wish to become more effective in their current role. The programme runs over 8 months and is designed to increase the effectiveness of management and leadership.
For more information on any of the above or any of our other multitude of courses please visit our website www.brs.org.uk/course-and-training or call us on 01638 665103