Who can undertake this Equine Course?
The course is suitable for those interested in improving their knowledge of equine health and care. This includes both owners who are seeking a greater understanding of their horse’s physiological and psychological requirements, as well as professionals who work with horses as part of their everyday occupation.
The course is designed to be highly accessible, students do need to have prior experience of horse care and management to benefit from the education provided.
The Horse Course is relevant for various careers working with horses. It is also of interest to anyone wanting to learn more about the welfare, behaviour and care of horses. The course provides suitable training for working in stables, horse charities and in the private equine care sector.
Learn about equine psychology, horse care & welfare, behaviour, transportation of horses, nutrition and environmental enrichment.
This course provides a comprehensive, in-depth education for those seeking to improve their knowledge of equine care.
Horses have lived alongside humans for thousands of years and have served a variety of purposes. From roles as methods of transport to modern leisure riding, the relationship between horses and humans is long-established.
During the thousands of years of co-existing with horses, humans have garnered a wealth of information regarding equine health and well-being. By undertaking a Horse Care, Behaviour and Welfare Diploma Course, you will benefit from this plethora of human knowledge on the correct care, management and maintenance of horses.