When we talk about continuing professional development (CPD) for coaches, we mean any learning that improves a coaches’ practice outside of coaching qualifications or training for compliance e.g. safeguarding training or first aid training.
We will be working to categorise CPD for equestrian coaches into four different types of learning outcomes to encourage coaches to invest in all four to ensure a balanced learning programme...
With this in mind, British Equestrian and our Member Bodies have developed a number of different programmes to help coaches in our industry to develop the learning outcomes listed above and to offer a better experience to those horses and riders they work with.
British Equestrian will deliver Youth Development Coaching Seminars, funded by Sport England, which will focus on youth development and its broader reach to coaching youth riders.
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This programme is aimed at coaches working with adult and young people who participate in equestrian sport for recreational and personal development motives. Coaches wanting to join this programme should be ambitious in improving their own performance, already have success in getting more people participating in equestrian sport and retain them in the sport by creating enjoyable coaching environments. This is a cross-discipline programme involving
Any coach who wants to improve their own performance and is particularly interested in supporting recreational competitors. Coaches should already hold a Level 3 Equestrian Coaching Certificate, BHS Stage 4 Coach in Complete Horsemanship (or equivalent)
For further information about this programme, including application details, costs and dates, please click here.
This 6-hour workshop has been developed by British Equestrian, Riding for the Disabled Association, British Showjumping, British Dressage, the Pony Club and the British Horse Society, with the aim to give coaches the confidence and competence to support disabled participants. The workshop provides coaches with tools and ideas to allow participants to have the best possible experience when they attend a session.
The workshop's content combines bespoke equestrian content combined with content from the UK Coaching Inclusive Activity Programme workshop. By the end of this workshop, learners will be able to...
Depending on the Member Body delivering the workshop, learners will also cover one of the below outcomes...