Task Analysis for Adaptive (Therapeutic) Riding Instructors

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Completing Part 1 and 2 of the Task Analysis presentations and quizzes will result in the participant completing 1.25 hours of education focused on teaching/instruction technique and theory.

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You will have 30 days from date of purchase to access the online course and certificate of completion

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What will you learn?

More likely than not you have heard the term ‘task analysis’…but do you you have a solid grasp on what it means?

Even if you feel that you have a solid understanding of task analysis, this presentation may offer ideas on how to present this topic to other instructors you are training.

Part 1- Fundamentals of Task Analysis will cover:

  • What is task analysis?
  • Why is it important?
  • How do you do it?
  • Key points to keep in mind when doing a task analysis
  • At-home practice activities

Part 2- Levels of Task Analysis

  • The Three Levels of Task Analysis
    • Super Fundamental
    • Basic
    • Advanced
  • How to implement the levels when you teach
  • At-home practice activities

Presented by Saebra Pipoly

Owner/Founder of Hoof Falls & Footfalls

PATH Intl. Advanced Therapeutic Riding Instructor, CTRI, ESMHL, Mentor, Associate Faculty/Evaluator for Registered TRI OSWC

Learn more about Saebra and Hoof Falls & Footfalls HERE.