ONLINE Equine Behaviour (recognising behaviour, learning, implications for domestication / care / work)

About the course

Introduction:

This course is designed to help you understand more about the horse and why it behaves in the way we commonly experience. You will also learn about the impacts the environment has on the horses behaviour.

What are the entry requirements?

Interest in horses.

How long is the course?

2 Hours

What will the course involve?

A theory based course delivered on line.

How long will I be learning?

2 Hours

What equipment will I need?

A suitable computer device to interact with your tutor.

How will I know if I am making progress?

You will develop a deeper understanding of horse behaviour and discover how the horses behaviour impacts on the activities we wish them to undertake

What course work will I be expected to complete?

None

What can I expect to learn from this course?

You will learn about the horse’s behaviour and what drives the horse to behave in certain ways. In addition to how the horses’ natural behaviour can be used to help us work with them.

What other training programmes and progression opportunities are there?

This day course is one of a series including Feeding and Equine Health (10% fee refund if all 3 of these are booked and attended) . We are also running short courses on Perfecting your Plaiting, Clipping and Developing your Long-reining.

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Equine Studies

The equine industry in the United Kingdom is expanding rapidly, with a turnover approaching £1 billion per year. It encompasses many different sectors, from racing, driving and endurance to dressage, horse trials and show jumping. These areas are supported by a large ancillary industry which provides extensive career opportunities.