British Eventing greatly values the work of all of our volunteers – the sport simply couldn’t survive without them. For this reason, all of our volunteer training courses are completely free. From our Jump Forward Programme for young people interested in volunteering to our Access All Areas dates, we have many courses available to choose from.
British Eventing runs training for volunteers whether you are taking your first steps into volunteering or are a seasoned volunteer. Our next volunteering sessions are coming up as follows:
- 12 January 2020 – Oxton Village Hall, Nottinghamshire BOOK HERE
- 20 January 2020 – Suffolk Food Hall, Ipswich BOOK HERE
- 26 January 2020 – Somerford Park Farm, Cheshire BOOK HERE
- 6 February 2020 – Wellington Riding, Hampshire BOOK HERE
- 13 February 2020 – Moreton Village Hall, Dorset BOOK HERE
- 16 February 2020 – Bishop Burton College, East Yorkshire BOOK HERE
- 20 February 2020 – Northallerton EC, North Yorkshire BOOK HERE
- 1 March 2020 – Alnwick Ford Farm, Northumberland BOOK HERE
- 5 March 2020 – Angus RDA, Angus BOOK HERE
- 8 March 2020 – Summerhouse Equestrian Centre, Gloucestershire BOOK HERE
- 9 March 2020 – Champfleurie Equestrian, West Lothian BOOK HERE
- 10 March 2020 – West Wilts EC, Wiltshire BOOK HERE
- 16 March 2020 – Ian Stark EC, Selkirk BOOK HERE
What role is for me?
There are many ways to volunteer in the sport, with multiple roles available in some of the most stunning locations across the UK. With positions including fence judging, dressage writing, score collecting, scoring, marshalling, stewarding, being an entries secretary or doing the all-important tea run, there's something for everyone - find out more about what each role involves and whether it might be the right fit for you!
Young Equestrian Leaders Award
The Young Equestrian Leaders Award recognises young people who volunteer in equestrian sports. Whether you help at your local riding school or give your name to a horsey charity such as the Riding for the Disabled Association, you can get your volunteering recognised and rewarded by the British Equestrian Federation and Sport England.