Become a CHA-Certified Instructor
TThere’s an old saying: “If you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life.” Fortunately, the equine industry allows you to combine passion for horses with professionalism by becoming educated and qualifying for certification — the very qualities that will help you stand out among professionals.
From passion to professionalism: Grow your dream of becoming an equine-industry professional.
uals, DVDs, safety video shorts, webinars, a monthly radio show, weekly blog, posters and much more.”
CHA offers safety tips on virtually every topic in a horse’s world. CHA is also the nation’s foremost educator and certifying body for riding instructors, instructors of riders with disabilities, trail guides, vaulting coaches, equine-facility managers, seasonal equestrian staff, and driving instructors and drivers.
To date, CHA has certified more than 30,000 industry professionals. With a focus on education and safety, this organization has the recognition factor to provide the means you seek to become an acknowledged equine industry professional.
Many of today’s top trainers and clinicians are certified by and involved with CHA, such as The Trail Rider contributor Julie Goodnight, CHA’s international spokesperson.
HEIDI MELOCCO PHOTO CHA focuses on education and safety. In clinics, all riders wear helmets. Clinic size is kept small to enhance all learning opportunities. Teaching this clinic is top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight (second from left).