Jade Ransley works at a Suffolk stables based in Newmarket and has recently completed a course in mentoring run by the National Association of Racing Staff (NARS) which is helping her support fellow stable staff.
National Association of Racing Staff (NARS)
Last Friday the National Association of Racing Staff (NARS) held its presentation night for the first cohort of racing staff to be awarded their certificates after passing the Level 2 Mentoring, Leadership and Team Skills course.
Dominique Tortice is the Union Learn Project Assistant at the National Association of Racing Staff (NARS) and assists with providing free training courses to help racing staff improve their qualifications and training. In this blog Dominique talks about how the union is supporting staff build their skills.
Students embarking on a new course offered by the National Association of Racing Staff (NARS) were given a preview of their new learning facility at the Racing Centre in Newmarket on Friday evening 7th September when it was formally opened by the Rt. Hon. Matt Hancock Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and Member of Parliament for West...
A brand-new facility at The Racing Centre in Newmarket that will accommodate the first intake of racing staff studying a new course in mentoring, leadership and team skills, will be formally opened by the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, on Friday, 7 September.
Introduction of traineeships to the horse racing industry has helped both trainers and their new staff since the previous training model was overhauled three years ago.
The National Association of Racing Staff (NARS) is set to expand its educational programmes to include a qualification in Mentoring, Leadership and Team Skills after securing a £100,000 funding partnership agreement with the country’s largest independent bookmaker, Jenningsbet. Up to 28 Students each year will have the chance to study for the ILM...
Once again we have been confirmed for further funding for the next year taking the project into its sixth year with the opportunity to also expand further. In 2017 we have successfully run courses in Middleham which has seen many people take part.
Kevin Parsons, ULF Project Manager with the National Association of Stable Staff (NASS) is in the running for a top racing industry award after being announced as a finalist for the 2017 Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards this month. Kevin has been shortlisted for the ‘Rory MacDonald Community Award’, which was launched last year. This award...
The centre is a community hub for Racing Staff and the wider community, with a gym, physio, bar, hall and other facilities.