Get­ting the right qual­i­fi­ca­tions

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QHow do I go about be­gin­ning my ca­reer with horses? Sally Ar­mitage, Wilt­shire

AFirstly, you need the right qual­i­fi­ca­tions for the job you aspire to have. The BHS has been look­ing at its ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem, in­tro­duc­ing new path­ways for those who want to take pro­fes­sional cour­ses, all of which give you the skills and con­fi­dence to go for your dream role. In or­der to sit a new BHS as­sess­ment, we rec­om­mend rid­ers take the new Ride Safe Award. This’ll teach them how to ride safely, in all con­di­tions. From there, you can choose from the fol­low­ing path­ways, de­pend­ing on your pre­vi­ous qual­i­fi­ca­tions and the di­rec­tion you want to take. Com­plete Horse­man­ship Ca­reer Path­way – the com­plete coach Grooms Ca­reer Path­way Pro­fes­sional Rider Ca­reer Path­way Teach­ing Ca­reer Path­way Equine Tourism Ca­reer Path­way.

If you’d like to train rid­ers, the Teach­ing Ca­reer Path­way is for you

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