Established in 1859, the Irish Masters of Foxhounds Association (IMFHA) represents the interests of 41 foxhunting packs in Ireland. It governs all matters connected to foxhunting legislation, regulation, conservation, education, communications and finance.
About the IMFHA
- For the attention of all Point to Point Committees -
UCD CENTRE FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SCIENCE IMMEDIATE CARE TRAUMA COURSE (IRISH HORSERACING REGULATORY BOARD)
DATE: Saturday 12th May 2018
VENUE: Midlands Park Hotel, Jessop Street, Portlaoise, Co Laois
This course has been provided by UCD Centre for Emergency Medical Science since 2010 and brings the IHRB trauma training course in line with the range of Immediate Care Courses delivered by UCD. Underpinning the course are the Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) of the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC).
For course information, fees and details on how to book please download the PDF.
The IMFHA invite applications to the apprenticeship scheme for the season 2018/2019.
The apprenticeship scheme is aimed at those who are interested in pursuing a career in hunt service. The successful candidate should have a genuine passion for hunting and a desire to learn all aspects of employment within a hunt, by working with an experienced huntsman in a well run kennel.
All applicants must be over 18 and be committed to spending a year with a carefully selected hunt.
The start date is 1st May 2018.
Please forward your CV and a covering letter detailing all relevant experience and up to date references to email@example.com or IMFHA Office C/o New Thatch Farm, Scarteen, Knocklong, Co. Limerick.
Closing date for applications is the 15th March 2018.
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