Money a bit tight this year?
How about coming on the course as a helper?
We look for helpers on the following courses:
5 Day Foundation Course
What is involved in helping?
Weekend helpers receive an IH fleece.
For further information, contact Sandra at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can help?
You would need to be 17 years or over.
It may be possible for work experience students aged 16 to attend the course as a helper, as long as a parent/guardian is with them at all times during the course. Please phone the IH Office on 01488 71300 to discuss this further.
What do I do next?
Have a look to see which course you would like to help on.
Then phone the IH Office on 01488 71300 to check availability.
Once you have booked your place, please complete the Volunteer Application Form, sign it and email to email@example.com or post to:
Intelligent Horsemanship Ltd
Fax: 01488 73783
Discount for Horse Charities
If a registered Horse or Animal Charity would like to send a member of staff on a course with Intelligent Horsemanship they are now entitled to a 20% discount.
The charity would need to contact our office on 01488 71300 (open Monday to Friday 9am to 1pm) or firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm agreement of payment through the charity.
Would your employer pay for you to come on a course? Many employers have and not necessarily equine employers. This course teaches many personal development and team building skills including leadership, confidence, empathy and an Intelligent way to work through issues that crop up. Your boss should be able to get tax relief on the course fees and of course, you will work SO much harder and be incredibly more productive when you get back from the course.
Do you have a Significant Other who would like to make this your Birthday/Christmas present? Pick the right moment, stay relaxed, plan how you would like the the conversation to go. Persuade them of the benefits it could mean for them.
We have had a student sponsored by DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) and also LANTRA Awards. Each case is reviewed on its own merits.
The Prince’s Trust offers bursaries, low-interest loans and ongoing business advice to help people aged 18 to 30 to start up in business.
JETS support jockeys who wish to acquire new skills, add ‘strings to their bow’ or who wish to pursue a new career.
Some students have had funding from the Department of Work and Pensions. Enquire at your local office.