EFI APPOINTS COACHING DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
The Equestrian Federation of Ireland has appointed Alison Corbally, B.Ed., M.Eq.S., as its full-time Coaching Development Manager.
Alison, who will be working with the EFI's Coaching Committee, will be responsible for the further development of the National Coach Education programme in Ireland.
The programme, which is delivered in conjunction with the National Coaching and Training Centre, already has extensive support throughout the country, and has delivered both Introductory and Level 1 courses to date, with Level
2 courses due to come on stream next year.
A native of Dublin, Alison took a Bachelor of Education Degree at Trinity College, and then completed a Masters in Equine Studies at UCD, remaining there for a further three years to co-ordinate the Equine programmes and lecture to Equine, Agriculture and Veterinary Students.
She has just concluded a three-year contract with the pioneering breeding company, Irish Sport Horse Development, as the company¹s Executive Director.
In addition, Alison has worked extensively for the Irish Horse Board, attending many international events to promote Irish horses, and contributes regularly to equestrian publications with particular emphasis on breeding and performance issues.
She may be contacted for quotes at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at the EFI Head Office, Dublin, telephone (01) 8688222