City and Guilds 90-Credit Diploma in Horse Management Level 3

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This course offers a wonderful opportunity to explore and develop a wide range of equine subjects. The course offers different activities including related visits, guest speakers and demonstrations. The enrichment, along with the variety of units, helps to prepare students for employment within the equine industry or higher education. Students are also offered guidance to train and take BHS exams as we are an approved 'where to train' and exam centre. Five Reasons to Study this Course at Chichester 1. Ofsted outstanding teaching, learning and assessment 2. A wide variety of horses to ride and work from the ground 3. Outstanding yard facilities 4. A range of learning environments 5. Excellent…

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This course offers a wonderful opportunity to explore and develop a wide range of equine subjects. The course offers different activities including related visits, guest speakers and demonstrations. The enrichment, along with the variety of units, helps to prepare students for employment within the equine industry or higher education. Students are also offered guidance to train and take BHS exams as we are an approved 'where to train' and exam centre. Five Reasons to Study this Course at Chichester 1. Ofsted outstanding teaching, learning and assessment 2. A wide variety of horses to ride and work from the ground 3. Outstanding yard facilities 4. A range of learning environments 5. Excellent, supportive and knowledgeable staff What will I Study? This course covers 10 units which total to 90 credits Work experience - 10 credits Horse tack - 10 credits Animal feeding - 5 credits Horse presentation - 5 credits Biology - 10 credits Fitness and training - 10 credits Riding horses on the flat - 10 credits Equitation - 10 credits Working horses from the ground -10 credits Behaviour and welfare - 10 credits How will I be Taught? There are a huge range of teaching methods used on this course. Riding our lovely horses is timetabled at least once a week for each group. Practical yard sessions, which will include, routine duties as part of your Work Experience studies. Practical tasks are delivered on the yard with the emphasis on students gaining, as much as possible, industry experience and skills to assist with securing employment in the future. Dissections are used to help deliver knowledge on the 'systems' of the horse How will I be Assessed? Practical tasks on the equine yard. Written assignments to include posters and information leaflets. Ridden assessments along with 'ground work' to include tacking up assessments. Observation - identification of different muscle fibres and bones. What our students say? Supportive, professional and knowledgeable staff. Fun environment. Great trips out.
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