British Eventing is proud to offer top-class training and education opportunities across the country for riders, coaches, volunteers, officials and more. Our regional structure enables us to provide training of excellent quality to members and non-members all over the country.
Training is organised by region which enables a wide variety of high quality courses to be offered across the country. Take a look at the 12-21 training regions and training regions maps below for more information or to find out which region you are situated in. Please note that the 12-21 and Under 18 Programme has slightly different regions to the standard training regions:
|Training Region||12-21 and Under 18 Region|
North Wales & West Midlands
|Wales & West Midlands|
South Wales & Central
Each region is managed by its own regional committee, which consists of:
- The regional chairman is the current regional coordinator and will bring a broad insight and knowledge of their region, providing an overview at regional level of all of BE’s activities. They are responsible for ensuring the committee functions effectively to maximise the potential of each area.
- Regional development officers (RDOs) work closely with the regional committee members and the overarching Training & Education (T&E) Committee and T&E Team at BE Head Office, coordinating and administrating training courses in the region.
- U18 regional coordinators, assistants and U18 coaches provide technical input to the RDO and committee on U18 matters, and will also work closely with the RDO to implement training.
- Regional coach educators provide input to both the committee and RDO on coaching issues to ensure there is adequate training and development for the Coaches within each region. Coach educators are also responsible for providing support to UKCC candidates in their region.
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