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Riding Instructor Role and Responsibilities

     COURSE DESCRIPTION:

          You can prevent injuries and accidents, safeguarding both horses and riders, by assessing your facilities, your horses and yourself.  (Liability insurance is required, so avoid extreme costs.)

          You will enhance your good name by having safe practices.  Riders will feel comfortable and parents will be happy to leave their children and horses in your care.  Horses must remain injury free so they can work and assure your income and keep veterinary costs at a minimum.  This course provides a checklist to determine the safety of your facility.

          In Riding Instructor Role and Responsibilities you will learn the different styles of instruction, communication and different ways to effectively get your message across.  You will learn about body language and how to give positive feedback.

          This is your introductory course.

                    1. Risk Management
                        A. Creating a safe environment for horses
                        B. Safety for riders and instructors.
                        C. Choosing the right horse for the job.

                    2. The Role of the Riding Instructor.
                        A. Becoming the best instructor you can be.
                        B. Communications skills

        Riding Instructor Role and Responsibilities is a prerequisite to the
Teaching Techniques course.


HOW TO TAKE THE COURSE
Professional Riding Instructor Certification
     Earn a certificate after passing the course and then work towards becoming a certified Professional Riding Instructor
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                                Start any program at anytime - no waiting for a semester to begin
                                Work at your own pace - you will not be "locked out" if you do not complete the course
                                  within a specific time.
                                Work one-on-one with your instructor
                                You can take just one course. 



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