Course Coordinator and Tutor Р£20,000

A centre of excellence in training staff for the horseracing industry, the British Racing School has been judged Outstanding by OFSTED. We now require a Course Coordinator and Tutor to organise the administration of industry courses and deliver sessions on life skills to the trainees at the British Racing School.

The successful applicant will be required to work 28 hours per week, ideally over 5 days but we can offer some flexibility.

They will be expected to carry out the following general duties:

Coordinate and plan industry courses at the BRS such as Trainers Modules, Racing Secretaries, Yard Managers etc.

Coordinate and teach some modules of the Life Skills Electives Programme (non exam) to trainees on the Foundation Course. Modules to be taught include:

  • Basic IT Skills
  • CV/Interview Techniques
  • Leadership Skills
  • Horse Project

Coordinate the Kickstart Scheme

Essential Skills

  • Knowledge of the horseracing industry.
  • Candidates must have excellent administration and organisational skills.
  • Confidence to prepare and deliver lessons to trainees on the Foundation Course and/or Kickstart Scheme.

Desirable Qualifications

Level 3 Diploma in Racehorse Care and Management.

Teaching/Teaching Assistant Qualifications.

The School is an equal opportunities employer. Successful candidates will be required to undergo a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. The British Racing School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of trainees and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment

Applicants must download the  application form Download Here and return it via email

Closing Date for Applications is midday on Monday 21st June 2021.

Volunteers – Newmarket Pony Academy

The Newmarket Pony Academy is a new project designed to give young people the opportunity learn new skills such as team work, confidence and resilience. It is based at the British Racing School in Newmarket. We will be running week long courses designed to introduce children to ponies and using a different learning environment we will strive to engage them in core subjects along with equine care. Further to this we will be running breakfast, afterschool and holiday clubs for local young people. We really believe in the social and mental health benefits from this type of learning and are incredibly excited to empower these young people.

We are looking to recruit a team of reliable volunteers who have a passion for helping young people learn and develop as individuals. Volunteers must have a positive attitude, work well within a team and be able to interact confidently with people from a wide range of backgrounds. Previous experience with horses is important for the role and experience with young people in an education or non-educational setting would would be very desirable. Training can be given to an individual with the right attitude as well as help to develop their own personal skills.

We are also looking for someone who would drive our mini bus delivering children to and from the British Racing School for their courses.

All volunteers with receive a full induction and will need to be DBS checked due to the nature of the role. The NPA believes in equal opportunities for staff, volunteers and all young people. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of trainees and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.

If you are interested please get in touch with Applications will only be accepted on a Volunteer Application form which can be downloaded from here.