November 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$620.00
Ontario Equestrian is excited to bring a new mentoring and certification opportunity to Competition Coach – English & Western candidates this fall!
Using a cohort working together in a virtual environment, candidates in the group will work together with experienced Coach Developers Kim Woolley and Barbara Newlands through training and mentoring to prepare for certification. The cohort will kick off the training and mentoring process on November 16, 2023 and will work together until late February 2024. At the conclusion of the cohort, candidates will be assessed and given an action plan to continue training or complete certification. Candidates who successfully demonstrate preparedness for evaluation may choose to complete their evaluation for $150 (+ HST) with the cohort evaluators.
Applicants will be accepted into the training cohort with incomplete requirements but MUST have completed all requirements to be evaluated for certification.
|Age (as of Jan 1, Current Year)||18 years|
|Computer||Access to a computer or laptop (phones and tablets are not recommended) with high-speed internet, video camera, microphone, Microsoft Word or document editor and a gmail address for accessing google classroom|
|Equestrian Canada Coach Status||Minimum current EC Registered Coach Status|
|EC Prerequisites||Completed English level 8, old English III, Pony Club B or Western level 4 and Intermediate Rider Basic Training|
|Learn to Ride||Own or have access to Stable Management and Learn to Ride Manuals|
|NCCP Make Ethical Decisions online evaluation||Successfully completed through CAC Locker|
|Understanding the Rule of Two eLearning module||Completed through CAC Locker|
|Access to a facility or environment for recording video||3 Riders, 3 school horses (you must teach a group) at Learn to Ride English Level 7-8 or Western level 4 – Intermediate Rider Basic Training and facility|
Selected applicants will be charged a registration fee of $620.00 +HST.
|Week 1||Nov 16, 2023||7:00pm to 8:30pm||Meeting #1||Introduction/Guidelines|
|Week 2||Nov 23, 2023||7:00pm to 8:30pm||Meeting #2||Training Overview|
|Week 3||Nov 28, 2023||7:00pm to 9:30pm||Meeting #3||EC NCCP Long-Term Equestrian Development|
|Week 3||Nov 30, 2023||7:00pm to 9:30pm||Meeting #4||EC NCCP Plan an Equestrian Practice – Module 1|
|Week 4||Dec 05, 2023||7:00pm to 9:30pm||Meeting #5||EC NCCP Plan an Equestrian Practice – EAP|
|Week 4||Dec 07, 2023||7:00pm to 9:30pm||Meeting #6||EC NCCP Plan an Equestrian Practice – Module 3|
|Week 5||Jan 11, 2024||7:00pm to 9:00pm||Meeting #7||Lesson Plan Review|
|Week 6||Jan 18, 2024||7:00pm to 9:30pm||Meeting #8||Analyze Beginner Equestrian Performance – Module 1|
|Week 7||Jan 25, 2024||7:00pm to 9:30pm||Meeting #9||Analyze Beginner Equestrian Performance – Module 2|
|Week 8||Feb 01, 2024||7:00pm to 8:30pm||Meeting #10||Mounted Lesson Review|
|Week 9||Feb 08, 2024||7:00pm to 8:30pm||Meeting #11||Mounted Individual Lesson Review|
|Week 10||Feb 15, 2024||7:00pm to 8:30pm||Meeting #12||Lunge Lesson Review|
|Week 11||Feb 22, 2024||7:00pm to 8:30pm||Meeting #13||Help Session/Cohort Wrap-Up|
The deadline for applications for this cohort is October 31, 2023.