British Horse Society Stage Two Teach Training
In late summer the British Horse Society had a major over haul of their exam system and have now changed how the qualifications are assessed.
Our Chief instructor Phillippa has stayed up to date with these changes and has successfully trained our staff for the new exam structure gaining several passes already.
Cheshire riding school have BHS Stage two teach training on Wednesday evenings from 6-8 pm and on Thursday afternoons from 2-4 pm.
The two hours of training cover all aspects of the exam, including the preparation and delivery of the practical sessions, to include lunge, lead and group lessons.
We can provide suitable horses and riders each week to ensure that you are dealing with the teaching of real clients at the standard you will be required to teach in your exam.
During the training course you will be talked through the requirements of the exam and will receive current and up to date information required to pass the theory parts of the exam.
You will have the opportunity to deliver your practical stable management lecture gaining feed back on how you can improve.
The training sessions are aimed at clients who are eligible to take the stage two teach exam.
We have exams in the diary for March, July and November and we can help you put a plan together in order to reach the required standard for the exam.
Skills records will be signed off before the exam if the required standards have been met. If you require any further information on the training for the exam or any other.
Give Phillippa a call on 01606 892111.