The study programme includes:
Equine health and welfare
Working in the Equine industry which will include 1 day a week at an external work placement.
Horse tack and equipment
Routine stable duties
The principles of feeding and watering horses
Horse handling and grooming
Introduction to lungeing horses
Riding horses under supervision
Equine health and safety
Yard duties on a rota basis at Manor stables throughout the year
Two weeks external work experience
English and maths if a grade 4 is yet to be achieved
Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Equine Management Intermediate Apprenticeship in Equine
Livery yard assistant Riding school assistant Retail assistant in an equine equipment shop Horse groom Equine welfare assistant
Dates & Fees
|Start Date||End Date||Start Time||End Time||Mode of Attendance||Days of the Week||No of sessions|
|10-Sep-19||26-Jun-20||9.15 a.m.||4.45 p.m.||Full time||Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri|
|Total Fee Full Cost||Total Fee 19-23||Total Fee 24+|
Kingston Maurward College Equine Uniform which includes polo shirts, sweatshirts and jackets, which is worn at all times whilst at college. Contribution to study trips BHS exams entry costs, which is optional for those who wish to gain another internationally recognised qualification alongside their vocational studies
Basic stationery - pens, pencils, A4 lever arch files, ruler, eraser and back pack. Riding hat PAS 015 navy or black cover, body protector BS1,hairnets for longer than collar length, schooling whip and jump whip. Navy yard overalls, waterproof trousers and steel toe capped wellington or yard boots. Navy, black or brown jodhpurs or breeches (no leggings or running tights), black or brown long leather riding boots or jodhpur boots and leather gaiters. Suitable navy or black base layers for cold weather.
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