|Course dates||Spaces available||Location||Accommodation||Price|
|September 3rd – 7th 2018||To be confirmed||Hartsop Farm||Witney||£575|
Once you have completed the necessary stages (see below ‘How to gain the MRICH’) you can work towards Stage 2 and it is recommended you undertake 2 further courses which are Leading & Loading, and Handling the Untouched.
Stage 2 also entails:
- Practical Experience and Video Evidence
- Horse Psychology Project
- Stage 2 Exam Week
For full details on Stage 2 please download the guidance notes which are downloadable below, with the associated forms you will require for this section.
The Stage 2 Exam Week (5 Days) is not available to be taken until all other modules are completed and approved.
Stage 2 Horse Psychology Projects
If you are a current student who has completed the Stage 1 courses then feel free to contact Intelligent Horsemanship Recommended Trainer, Rosie Jones (email@example.com or 07447 063856 Website: www.rosiejoneshorses.co.uk ) to gain approval for your Horse Psychology project outline.
How to gain the MRICH
The MRICH has 2 stages. The first step to gaining the MRICH is to complete the following courses.
Horse Psychology – A 2 day classroom based course students will question how horses think, see and feel and come away thinking in a whole new light. Definitely gets you thinking!
5 day Foundation Course – An intensive 5 day practical course covering Join Up™, leading principles and equine behaviour and so much more.
Stud Practice/Handling the Young Foal – A 2 day practical and classroom based course learning from a true expert in the field of Horse breeding and youngstock. This course covers 2 modules, each module can be taken a one day course. Both modules must be completed in order to progress towards the MRICH.
Feeding and Nutrition/Horse as an Athlete – A 2 day classroom based course teaching students beyond practical expertise to the horses digestive systems and the effects of different feeds and the horse as an athlete. This course covers 2 modules, each module can be taken a one day course. Both modules must be completed in order to progress towards the MRICH.
The second step is to work towards and undertake the Stage 2 exam week