This course will help to repare you for the BHS Stage Two exam. The course fee is for the training only and the exam fee is not included. It will be the individual's repsonsibility to enter the exam via the BHS.
The course will be broken down into two sections:
- Riding (10am -12noon) – to be run as a mock exam ride slot (flatwork and showjumping) and also to include feedback from the coach.
- Practical and Theory session (1pm – 3pm) – content dependant on the groups requests.
For more information regarding study areas, timings or to enquire about booking a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01964 553087.
One day, 10am - 3pm, with an hour for lunch.
Please check the Equine diary for available dates or contact the Equine team to register interest for future dates.
This course costs £80. (Riding only = £60, Practical and Theory only = £40)
You must provide your own lunch along with appropriate clothing and footwear, riding hat and gloves.
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City and Guilds Level 3 Technical Certificate in Equine Management
“There is so much you can learn about the industry here and it equips you for whatever you want to do working with horses.”
Georgia has enjoyed her time at Bishop Burton so much after starting in January that she aims to return one day as an Equine lecturer herself.
She joined as a late starter at the turn of the year because she felt she was not fulfilling her potential with the A-Levels she was studying at another college.
She says it has proven to be an inspired decision.
“I was at a college near to where I live and I wasn’t getting on very well with the A-Levels I had chosen,” said Georgia.
“I’ve always loved horses since I was young so I decided to come to Bishop Burton.
“Everyone was really welcoming and I found I fitted in here really well. There is so much you can learn about the industry here and it equips you for whatever you want to do working with horses.
“The facilities are really good and the tutors are all so supportive. I’m now hoping to come back here as a lecturer in the future.”