Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) is committed to supporting and developing education and training opportunities at every level of the industry. Through the Careers and Racing Education (CARE) Department, HRI will support and advise anyone who would like to work in the industry about the available training and study opportunities. As for the many thousands of people who currently work in the industry, CARE will ensure that relevant and appropriate training and development  opportunities are available to all. Follow us on facebook and twitter to keep up to date with all developments. 

  • Insights on a range of careers in the industry

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    Working in the Industry

    Information on all the welfare options available to people working in the industry

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    Industry Welfare

    Looking for a job or looking to post a job in the racing industry?

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    Jobs

    Details of upcoming CPD courses

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    CPD

    Details of all equine study options available in Ireland

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    Education
  • Our People

    Carol Nolan

    Carol is HRI's Director of People and Industry Education. Carol established the Careers and Racing Education Department with the support of the HRI Board in Spring 2015. The role has the responsibility for setting the strategy and vision for careers, education and training for the racing and breeding industry working in consultation with industry stakeholders, employers and individuals employed in the industry. A commitment to open up the possibilities of a career in the racing and breeding industry to more people living, working and studying in Ireland is at the heart of Carol's vision. 

    Patrick Ryan

    Patrick is the Education & Training Co-ordinator in HRI. The role involves assisting in the evolution of an Education, Learning and Development Strategy for the industry at large by supporting initiatives that promote Ireland internationally as a world-class equine educational provider. The role also involves ensuring that the educational and training interventions in place are relevant, fit for purpose, future proof and nationally accessible through strategic partnerships at national level.

  • Updates

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