INTRODUCING HORSES AS TEACHERS.
All over the world horses are valued for being teachers and therapists. Working with horses in a
completely different way. Becoming a Certified Facilitator is about inspiring and helping other human
beings develop skills! Skills are the most sought-after commodity in every industry.
Our mission is to develop businesses and individuals to create sustainable change in their lives,
their communities and the world. This amazing Equine Assisted Learning Certified Course
combines on-site learning, free training for the life of your career and online training to empower
you with the knowledge you need to start facilitating and leading people in your own community.
All we do at our facility is Equine Assisted Learning and nothing more, which shows you how you
too can have a viable business with your love of horses, people and a freedom with income, and
wonderful business write-off's.
Make your mark in your community, create a legacy and a great reputation, and go to market with creditability. No other 'weekend' program you take will compare to this, International Horse Certification Course With One-of-a-Kind Business Training. This course has been designed with a process that is continually learning and building on their skills. Each program objective is interlaced in the next program so that your participants keep learning and keep building stronger skills each week, hence, a BuildingBlock™ EAL Course. You will have repeat business because the course is set up so the participants get the best chance at building lifelong skills through ongoing experiential learning.
We collaborate with Guelph University to ensure the welfare of the horse comes first in this established Certification. Our standards of horse welfare are based on the Guide Provided by Guelph University and can be viewed HERE
Upon completion of this course, not only are you certified as an Equine Connection Certified EAL Facilitator, you have a certification that works! You’ll get tons of proven tips and techniques that will help you to make your dreams come true, guaranteed! And more importantly ... the freedom to do what you love!
WHY CERTIFICATION IS IMPORTANT AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN
The Equine Assisted Learning Certification Course ensures the technical competence of their trained professional facilitators. Certification exams go beyond training by providing an objective measurement of a facilitator's knowledge and skills. The Equine Assisted Learning Certification Course is designed to establish standards for developing qualified facilitators.
As defined by the Global Certification Institute: Certification refers to the confirmation of certain characteristics of a person, organization or object. This confirmation is often, but not always, provided by some form of external review, education or assessment. One of the most common types of certification in modern society is professional certification, where a person is certified as being able to competently complete a job or task, usually by the passing of an examination. The purpose of any professional certification is to produce official and public recognition of an individual's competencies and capabilities in a professional subject area.
WHAT ARE THE OBJECTIVES OF CERTIFICATION?
To raise the professional standards and improve the practice of cost engineering by giving special recognition by their peers to those who, in fulfilling prescribed standards of performance and conduct, have demonstrated and maintained a high level of competence and ethical practices.
To identify for employers, clients and the public persons with a broad knowledge of cost engineering, and capability to professionally apply the principals of total cost management.
To establish a program with the goal of continuous improvement for individuals cost engineering skills and professional development.
To clarify the skills, knowledge and standards of conduct for the practice of cost engineering.
TAXONOMY OF EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The Taxonomy of Educational Objectives often called Bloom's Taxonomy, is a classification of the different objectives that educators set for students (learning objectives). Bloom's Taxonomy divides educational objectives into three "domains:" Affective, Psychomotor, and Cognitive.
Like other taxonomies, Bloom's is hierarchical; meaning that learning at the higher levels is dependent on having attained prerequisite knowledge and skills at lower levels (Orlich, et al. 2004). A goal of Bloom's Taxonomy is to motivate educators to focus on all three domains, creating a more holistic form of education.
Most references to the Bloom's Taxonomy only notice the Cognitive domain. There is also a far less referred, revised version of the Taxonomy, published in 2001 under the name of "A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, and Assessing", eds. Anderson, Lorin W., Krathwohl, David R., Airasian, Peter W., Cruikshank, Kathleen A., Mayer, Richard E., Pintrich, Paul R., Raths, James and Wittrock, Merlin C. (philter, GCI Pty. Ltd. )
Continuity of Content
Exercises/Programs that have been researched, tested and work
Marketability of your own EAL programs
BuildingBlock™ Exercises/Programs with lesson plans, instruction and materials
Potential increased profitability to your existing equine facility
Access to Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) insurance
Job/Career accessibility to the equine guided industry
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Continuity of Content;
Marketability of your own EAL programs;
Access to updated business information in the EAL field;
Increased profitability to your existing equine facility;
EAL Insurance availability.
Solid programs with results.
International Facilitators around the world with access to share knowledge.