Equine Management Level 1 Certificate

Sporting Schools Ltd

 

Area’s support can be offered

Sandwell   Dudley   Wolverhampton   Central   Walsall

contact us

grahamcoffey@icloud.com
george@sportingschools.com

where is it?

This course will be delivered at our equine centre in Coven, near Wolverhampton.

Duration?

1 day per week – 5 weeks – 10 – 4.

Overview of Support offered

Once the level one award has been completed the young people can move to the level one certificate
You will gain a variety of qualifications during this course all accredited by the Association of British Riding Schools and Open College Network.
Stable Management course 2
Know the names and positions of the markings of the horse. Name and point to all parts of the saddle.
Demonstrate knowledge of the different types of girth.
Know what to do to a horse’s back after riding and why. Explain what problems you would look for.
Untack a horse and demonstrate how to take the tack safely back to the tack room, wash the bit and hang up bridle, store saddle on a saddle rack.
Discuss and name at least 5 things to check before using a field for horses.
Describe/demonstrate the safe method used when releasing a horse into a field.
Describe the safe method for catching a horse in a field. You will also be introduced to the basics of riding a horse in the indoor and outdoor ménage.
You will be planning an activity. Managing a team. Learning about the importance of responsibilities at work.

Is this activity linked to;

Increasing confidence   Increasing motivation   Increasing Optimism   Improving employability

Where does this support fit into my journey?

Engagement   This is me   I’m up for it   I’m ready   I’m on my way

Session type

Individual   Group
Minimum No. 5   Maximum No. 8

Outcomes expected

The young people will develop time management skills, resilience, problem solving and develop leadership skills. They will be working using their own initiative on some daily tasks. There is also the opportunity to further develop riding skills by having lessons, once the day’s work and study has been completed.