Inspecting Riding Establishments
At: Wrea Green Equestrian Centre
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This training course has been developed for Local Authority staff whose role includes the inspection of riding establishments under the Riding Establishments Act.
The one day course is held at a working riding school, where the candidate will get to experience firsthand involvement with the facilities and horses.
The programme is designed with a mix of theory and practical giving the candidate opportunity to expand their previous knowledge or gain invaluable experience as a new inspector.
Entry Criteria / Additional Information
The content and delivery of this course is very specific and therefore only suitable for candidates that are currently involved in the licensing and/or inspection of animals/animal establishments or the control of dogs. Typically local authority employees or agencies/companies in a supporting role of the inspection and monitoring of premises and animals.
It is not really suitable as a training course for people preparing to enter such a role, choice of career path or related roles.
List of Modules
Registration Introduction/Welcome/Domestics /Paperwork/ Timetable for the day Practical demonstrations in Yard - Stabling - Fixtures/Fittings - Feed - Tack - Good practice - Annual Inspection Demonstration in indoor school (hands-on practical skills) - Behavior - Good Health - Breeds Theory including - Legislation - Rider Considerations - Summary and Feedback and question and answers Close
How To Apply or Enquire Please enquire about applying for this course to: The Short Course Unit, Myerscough College, Bilsborrow, Preston, Lancashire PR3 0RY Telephone:
01995 642255 Email:
email@example.com Special Education Needs and Disability - Short Courses Prospective students who have a disability that may affect their studies should inform the College as soon as possible. Regrettably the College does not receive funding for the provision of learning support for students with additional learning needs attending Short Courses, which are run on a full-cost basis. The College's Learning Support Service may be able to provide support but it is the responsibility of the student to meet the cost. For further details contact 01995 642222 ext 2045 (or email firstname.lastname@example.org) with details of support requirements and the relevant course.
Please note that the information provided in this fact sheet was accurate at the date of publication. However, courses are continually being modified and information is therefore subject to change.