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Friday, July 21, 2017


AASE

The Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence  (AASE)                        

2017-2018 Intake:

Unfortunately due to Governmental changes we are going to have to postpone the AASE programme for the next intake, Haddon will be running  an intermediary course to find out more please visit http://www.haddontraining.co.uk/.

British Showjumping will also be lowering the age of the Step up to Gold programme for any riders that are eligible so that they have the opportunity to still apply for a talent training programme. 

As soon as we know more about the future intakes you will be updated. 

 

Run in partnership with Haddon Training Ltd

Aim:

An apprenticeship scheme allowing talented riders to gain recognised qualifications whilst developing their ridden skills. Includes training camps throughout the year which are a combination of written work and ridden training from top coaches.  Each cohort are on the programme for 1 year.

 

 

Topics covered include:

  • Jumping and Pole Work
  • Flatwork for Jumping
  • Rider Fitness and Physiotherapy
  • Equine Nutrition and Physiology
  • Human Drug Control
  • Athlete Nutrition
  • Sports Psychology
  • Career and Financial Planning
  • Lifestyle Management
  • Media and Communications

Age

16-19    

Eligibility

Potential to achieve GCSE level Maths and English if they do not currently hold these qualifications.

Not be attending University during the AASE programme.

Live or work in England and be available to attend all training camps

16- 17 year olds at time of application closing:
• jumped 2 double clears on horses at 1.30 OR
• jumped 2 double clears on horses at 1.20 showing progression with the reference from a coach
• have a horse on the equine pathway OR
• have a horse that has attended young horse training with the reference from a coach
(Where stated reference from a coach is required please ensure reference is included with the application)


18 – 19 year olds at time of applications closing:
• jumped 2 double clears on horses at 1.40 OR
• jumped 2 double clears on horses at 1.30 showing progression with the reference from a coach
• have a horse on the equine pathway OR
• have a horse that has attended young horse training with the reference from a coach

No. selected

Max. 30          

 

Programme Personnel

Justine Naylor – Programme lead

Corinne Bracken – Programme manager

Stephanie Toogood - Admin

Andrew Saywell – Showjumping coach

Matt Lanni – Assessor

Targa Hammond – Assessor

 

Riders 2016/2017

Abbie Summers

Alexandra Somerville-Cotton

Annabel Carthy

Ashlea  Silk-Jones

Brook Roberts

Carla Jane Rolfe

Daniella Johnston

Eleanor Nightingale

Emily Rowe

Harrison Hatteea

Holly Coles

Isabelle Smith

James Winter

James Ingham

Jasmin Collins

Jodie Hall-Mcateer

Joe  Veitch

Kate Lewis

Leo Lamb

Leonie Aitkenhead

Maximillian Swanne

Millie Dickinson

Molly Baker

Natasha Dawson

Olivia Leaning

Rhiannon Lawrence

Scott Dollemore

Tabitha Dean

Tara Byrtt

Will Edwards

 

How to Apply

Applications for the 2017/2018 TBC. For more information please contact the Sport Team on 02476 698812 or sportteam@britishshowjumping.co.uk.

Or visit http://www.haddontraining.co.uk/equine/equine-apprentices/advanced-apprenticeship-sporting-excellence/


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