Welcome to Regional Staff Development Programme

This area of Racing2Learn will explain about the Regional Staff Development Programme (RSDP) which provides local and regional training opportunities for stable and stud staff. Removing barriers such as cost, time away from work and travel, the RSDP brings training to the workplace. 

The vision is to create an experienced, motivated workforce that has access to opportunities to consistently develop themselves within their roles and provide career progression. 

You will be able to follow the links to find out further information.

You may also be interested in seeing an overview of training in the Horseracing Industry Training Courses by clicking here 

Courses and Resources

Overview of the Regional Staff Development Programme For the Racing Industry

The Regional Staff Development Programme (RSDP) provides regional and local education and training for stud and stable staff.
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Racing Welfare Mental Health Courses

Racing Welfare currently provides two types of of mental health courses. Click here to find out more information below to help you decide which course is best for you.
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Basic Principles of Racehorse Welfare

This course is about the basic principles of racehorse welfare. The BHA has established a comprehensive strategy to safeguard the welfare of racehorses before, during and after they leave the sport and to ensure all those who are involved with racehorse care and management fully understand their res…
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Coaching Matters

Explore coach learning opportunities and find out what continued professional development activities are available. Keep up to date with newsletters, recent case studies and bulletins. 
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Regional Staff Development Programme Resources

Along side the eLearning and face to face courses, you can also view and download further industry information to develop and widen your knowledge. This includes workbooks, PDF's, fact sheets and other additional resources to support your learning.
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