The Behaviour & Welfare Series
The Behaviour & Welfare Series is split into 4 mini-modules. You can complete each mini-module as a standalone course or sign up to further mini-modules to complete the Series.
As part of the mini-module, you will undertake a group Theory Day, a home-study section and a marked assignment. You will need to have use of a computer and access to the internet for the home-study element. Each mini-module costs £50.
You will receive an Attendance Certificate for each Theory Day you attend and The Behaviour & Welfare Series Achievement Certificate upon passing all 4 mini-modules. Complete the 4-part Series and receive complementary membership of the Why Do Horses Club, where you can access free Masterclasses and other exciting resources!
The 4 mini-modules in the complete Behaviour & Welfare Series are:
1) Evolution: Horse in the Making
2) The Modern Horse: Behaviour & Management
3) Through the Lens: Monitoring & Recording Behaviour
4) In Practice: Welfare & Ethics
Evolution: Horse in the Making
Saturday 26th August 2017
The Modern Horse: Behaviour & Management
Through the Lens: Monitoring & Recording Behaviour
In Practice: Welfare & Ethics
Exciting workshops designed for Grassroots riders and Novice competitors...
How To Get Started in Pleasure Riding
Thinking about doing some Pleasure Rides but not sure how to get going? Find out what you need to know to get involved!
Join our interactive workshop which covers the basics for Pleasure Riding. Session includes...
- Info on making entries and rules for Endurance GB Pleasure Rides
- Basic map reading
- Equipment and preparation for ride day
- How to trot up for the Vet
- What to expect on the day
Get into Graded Riding!
Done some Pleasure Rides and curious about Graded Rides? This is for you!
Join this workshop to find out about...
- How Endurance Grading works
- Making entries, paperwork and rules for Graded Riding
- Preparing for ride day
- Crewing - equipment and how to
- Pre- and post-ride vetting
Intro To TREC
Intro to TREC Clinic for riders looking to get started at Level One! Two-hour session including a shared group coaching session and an off-horse theory session. The indoor ridden session (max 4 riders per group) will include PTV obstacles and Control of Paces training. This will be followed by an off-horse navigation and info training session. This interactive session includes info on TREC competitions, basic map skills, a look at TREC equipment and how to get started!
Next workshop dates:
Intro To TREC
Tuesday 7th April 2015. Cross Oaks Farm, East Wellow, Southants.
Book tickets: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/intro-to-trec-tickets-16365898844