The British Horseracing Authority hosts this one day informative seminar 3 times a year at a variety of venues in the UK. This year's seminars are being hosted by Mike Cattermole and Simon Mapletoft, both well known broadcasters.
The course provides a general introduction to the world of racing and is ideal for anyone who wants to expand their knowledge of racing or develop their career in the industry and covers a variety of interesting topics.
It is ideal for those who have just started their job in the industry and would benefit from learning about the structure of the industry and how all the different organisations work together. It will help build your confidence and make you more effective in your role by improving your knowledge.
You can also use this seminar to help you study for the Level 1 Award in An Introduction to the Horseracing Industry or the Level 2 Certificate in the Structure of the Horseracing Industry.
The packed agenda features talks from key industry figures, covering many aspects of this complex and historical sport. Subjects covered include:
"I found this day interesting and informative - mostly what it demonstrated to me was how much people enjoy working in racing. I attended to find out more about how the various organisations worked - and it convinced me that is defintely industry that I want to get more involved in"
"To the point, infomative talks on the main aspects of the industry - very beneficial"
"Being new to the industry I found the day informative, relevant and very enjoyable"
The dates and venues for the Seminars to be run in 2013 are:
1st May Weatherbys, Wellingborough hosted by Simon Mapletoft
25th July Northern Racing College, Doncaster hosted by Mike Cattermole
26th November British Racing School, Newmarket hosted by Mike Cattermole
The seminar costs £90 per person and that includes VAT, lunch and refreshments. Payment is to be received before the seminar.
To book a place or for more information, please contact Michelle Douglas on 020 7152 0020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .