BHS exam training courses 2016
Stage 1, 2, 3 & PTT training courses are run regularly.. Also riding and road safety training.
As a BHS Training & Examination Centre our role is to train grooms and instructors for the industry
Stages 1 & 2
Stage 1 twelve week course starts on March 11th 2016 and is followed by the Stage 2 course on 3rd June 2016, Friday evenings 18.00 - 20.30. We are able to run additional Stage 1 & 2 courses on Thursday evenings if numbers permit.
This course runs Sundays for 24 weeks January 17th - June 26th, 15.00 - 18.00. Training includes a jumping class, flatwork and stable management. Riders will need to be comfortable jumping a 1 metre showjump & cross-country course & be able to ride a dressage test at Elementary level.
Additional Stage 2 / 3 training Wednesdays 14.00 - 16.00
Stage 4 / Intermediate Teaching
Training starts on Sundays from September 25th - 14.00 - 18.00 for 12 weeks. There is often additional training on Thursdays. Call us for details.
Although the courses are aimed for students wishing to obtain the BHS exams they are equally suitable for those just wanting to improve their riding and horse knowledge & care.
Please call us for details of training courses and costs.
Training with Donald Kear (BHS Exam Assessor)
Fridays 14.00 - 16.00. Dates from February 2016
£40 per hour (group lesson)
Up and coming Riding and Road Safety Course!
Course (8 hours) - 18.00 - 20.00 Monday 9th May - Thursday 12th May 2016.
Exam - Monday 16th May 13.00
The Preliminary Teaching Test
This course is Sundays 15.30 -18.00 from 3rd July - September 18th 2016
Additional PTT Training Thursdays 09.00 - 13.00
All the courses end with a mock exam with a BHS Examiner. There is generally a BHS Exam for that level at the Centre the following week. Please contact the BHS Exams Office for further details. Exam dates & syllabus on their website www.bhs.org.uk
Certificate in Equine Transport & Loading Day
With Caroline Baldock 9.30 - 13.00
- Dates to be advised
This workshop will investigate the problems horses face when asked to load into a trailer or horsebox.
We will be schooling the horses to accept this change in environment by putting the horses through a series of desensitization exercises.
It is important to understand what concerns the horse and what reaction he is likely to have when asked to deal with these concerns.
With Minta Winn 14.00 - 16.30
This qualification meets the EU regulations covering the welfare of animals during transportation. It is essential for anyone travelling horses in connection with their business and also ideal for all caring and keen horse enthusiasts. It is designed to assess the knowledge and understanding of those transporting horses and covers animal welfare legislation, horse health, food, rest & water.
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