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NEWS: ITBA reveals 2019 educational programme
on 07 June 2019
The programme aims to support and advocate quality thoroughbred horse production

THE Irish Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association has released an outline of its 2019 educational programme. Funding for the programme comes from the Department of Agriculture’s equine technical support and breeding scheme project.

It is designed to support and advocate quality thoroughbred horse production, while educating and informing both established and emerging breeders.

The programme includes a number of QQI (Level 4) accredited courses. QQI is the national agency responsible for qualifications and quality assurance in further education and training and higher education.

Further details of the 2019 series will be published next week, ahead of the ITBA’S summer educational series of course which take place at the association’s Co Kildare office.

ITBA 2019 educational programme

  • Summer Educational Series at ITBA offices (July 1st-8th)
  • Health & Safety workshops at regional stud farms (mid-July)
  • Management Development Programme in tandem with Local Enterprise offices (August)
  • Foal Sales Preparation Workshop in conjunction with Irish National Stud (mid-September)
  • Autumn/Winter Veterinary Lecture Series, with CVE accreditation (October/November)
  • Breeding Season Preparation Workshop in conjunction with Irish National Stud (mid- December)
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