The Australian Equine Institute are now ready to commence a series of clinics
The Australian Equine Institute are now ready to commence a series of clinics so that students are able to complete a unit of competency from our Certificate III in Horsemanship Qualification over a two day period. The clinic will be made up of classroom based face to face training and then a riding and horse handling component.
The first one will be held on the 23nd & 24th of November at Corrabare Park in the Hunter Valley. Unit covered will be TIGPH301A Introduction to the Evolution and Psychology of Equine Behavior and how this knowledge will be invaluable when transitioning into the saddle. No matter what your discipline this insight will have the partnership between you and your horse leaps ahead of where you are now.
Presented by Debbie Pritchard who is an expert in animal and equine behavior and works as a VET nurse at Dubbo and Taronga zoo, Debbie has also very high ranked in all forms of horse disciplines and now trains and shows horses at an elite level.
This must do clinic is only open to 12 positions so get in early and walk away with not only great knowledge on equine behavior but also a national recognized Statement of Attainment from our Certificate III in Horsemanship.
There are a series of 12 clinics all up so get in and try the first one and I am sure you will be chaffing at the bit to complete them all.
Clinic cost is $300.00 which includes camping and shower facilities, morning & afternoon teas lunch both days and a BBQ dinner on Saturday evening.
AEI promises to revolutionise the way clinics are done and presented and stand by our motto if you are not 100% satisfied that you have not learnt anything we will refund your clinic fees.
Stand above the rest and build a better bond with your EQUINE BUDDY!