Details have been announced for the 2012 Racing Industry Course.

The British Racing School will be hosting the five-day programme in Newmarket next year.

The course, to be held from the 30 January to 3 February 2012, will feature seminars, interactive sessions hosted by racing figures as well as visits to Darley, Tattersalls and a top trainer’s yard.

The British Horseracing Authority course, which is sponsored by Lycetts for 2012, covers the key aspects of the racing industry and is aimed at UK and international delegates from middle management upwards, either those new to the industry or who are looking to broaden their knowledge and understanding of racing.

It will cover a wide range of topics from breeding, training and welfare through to the funding of racing, racing’s relationship with the media and integrity in the sport

Duncan Gregory from the British Racing School said: “We are fortunate that so many influential speakers address the course and provoke discussion on the key issues facing racing today. Spaces are limited and increasingly the course is over subscribed, so if you are interested in the 2012 course don’t delay”.

The five-day course is residential with all meals, accommodation and excursions included.

For more information visit: www.brstric.com.