We can provide Equine and Agricultural Colleges with the appropriate guidance and resources necessary to set up or improve their Equine Programs.
We can prepare and develop training tools and assessments especially for your organisation, create full understanding of the course requirements, and demonstrate how to set up your Equine course in depth for the easiest delivery suitable for the type of students you teach. This can help you with internal and external moderation and validation.
Hard copy Equi- training learning guides can be purchased with fully compressible, easy to read step by step guides and questions for students to answer.
Units that are available include: -Identify and develop a career path in the equine industry -Work in an equine organisation -Handle horses safely Provide daily care for horses -Horse riding or driving I -Horse riding or driving skills II – Specific equine discipline -Care for mares and foals in the equine industry -Identify horse breeding principles and assist in practices -Relate Equine Form to Function -Determine nutritional requirements for horses -Respond to equine injury and disease -Equine anatomy and physiology -Ride horses and care for equipment -Provide daily care for horses -Handle young horses -Assist with natural mating procedures and parturition
To compliment your equine course the "2013 My Equine Diary" is also available for purchase. You can use this tool for multiple assessments and it becomes part of your evidence required for the Training Accreditation Council and also WACE employability skills requirements. The diary can be used for the general public or for students completing equine courses. It has been trialed and adjusted for 2013 and is available to view online at http://au.blurb.com/books/3992292-my-equine-diary-2013.