The Racing Groom is an integral part of the team in a racehorse yard.
2 Practical Days and Online Evenings
Fully funded for most learners - contact us to discuss
Equestrian Assistant Coaching Certificate (Level 1 Racing)
Not only does the work-rider coaching opportunity increase the skills of the workforce, it also increases the wider understanding of equality and diversity through the completion of the following:
|Current First Aid Certificate||1||1|
|PVG (Protection of Vulnerable Groups)||1||1|
|Completion of Child Welfare and Protection Course||1||1|
|Completion of Scottish Disability Sport module - ‘STEP’ (Space, Task, Equipment and People) and ‘AIM’ (Activity Inclusion Model)||1||1|
The Rider coaching course was rolled out in England as part of the Regional Staff Development Programme (RSDP) and in 2020, this was extended to include Scotland.
The Scottish Coaching qualifications are industry recognised and enable senior members of stable staff to become instrumental in the development of key skills of those just starting out in their careers in racing. The Equestrian Assistant Coach Certificate (Level 1 Racing) is being rolled out in early Autumn and the Equestrian Coach Certificate (Level 2 Racing) course is being developed for a 2022 rollout. The assistant coaching course is delivered using a model of blended learning with a mix of self-directed learning and face to face sessions. Assessment is carried our ongoing throughout your course by the tutor, through observations of coaching, discussions and assignments.
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