Adaptive/Therapeutic Riding Instructor Development Clinic- Abq., NM
November 6 @ 8:00 am - November 7 @ 4:30 pm$85 – $160
WHEN: Saturday & Sunday November 6-7, 2021, 9:00 AM- 4:30 PM Daily- Earn 11 hours of CEUs!
WHERE: Cloud Dancers Therapeutic Horsemanship 9629 2nd St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87114
A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Cloud Dancers’ program
REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE
Registration closes October 31, 2021.
Are you ready for a fun, challenging, and engaging workshop that has been built specifically for adaptive/therapeutic riding instructors?
I want to help take YOU to the next level as an adaptive/therapeutic riding instructor!
Walk away with tools and techniques to add to your “instructor toolbox”…ones that you can IMMEDIATELY apply and see changes in the quality and outcomes of your lessons!
This clinic is designed for instructors that teach students of various abilities and who may have a physical, cognitive, or emotional diagnoses. The topics covered will give you more tools and techniques to add to your instructor toolbox that you can apply immediately in your lessons! This clinic will challenge you to think outside the box and push you to grow as an instructor.
Instructors of all experience levels welcome! Topics covered will help instructors take their teaching to the next level and will also be helpful in preparing them for entry or advanced level certifications through various certifying organizations like PATH Intl., CHA-IRD, etc.
No matter where you are at in your instructor journey from instructor in-training to experienced instructor, this clinic will benefit you!
- Mounting & Dismounting Techniques– mechanics for students and instructors
- Cueing Theory- Enhancing communication, learning, and progression through external focused cueing
- The Chameleon Instructor– Teaching to different learning styles and filling your instructor “tool box” with different ways to teach and explain common skills (reining, halts, etc.)
- OODA Loop for Instructors- enhance lesson safety, instructor decision making, and student processing
- Adapting for Independence– Adapting tack, equipment, and volunteer support to enhance your student’s safety while facilitating independence
- Our Equine Coworkers– How instructors can safely and ethically partner with our equine co-workers to provide top-notch lessons for students of all abilities.
- KISS Lesson Planning– Stop overthinking lesson planning! Understand how to build lesson plans that are solid and able to be used with different student ability levels and class sizes.