National Development Programme for Coaching Excellence

Aimed at coaches who sustain and grow participation in equestrian sports

The National Development Programme for Coaching Excellence is aimed at coaches working with adult and young people who participate in equestrian sport for competitive recreation motives. Coaches wanting to join this programme will be ambitious in improving their own performance and will already have success in getting more people participating in equestrian sport and retaining them in the sport by creating enjoyable coaching environments. This is a cross discipline programme involving; British Showjumping, British Dressage, British Eventing.

For further details on the programme download the application form below, which includes more information. 

How to apply

Application to this programme is via the application form below. Please look closely at the criteria for the high-performing grassroots coach so that you are able to show how you currently demonstrate some of these.

Dates and timescales

2nd August 2019

Deadline for applications

Weeks commencing 26th August and 2nd September 2019

Interviews

21st and 22nd October 2019

Workshop days

10th and 11th December 2019

Workshop days

11th and 12th February 2020

Workshop days

21st and 22nd April 2020

Workshop days

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