February 1 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm$282.50
Location: Animal Health and Nutrition Room 101, University of Guelph
This NCCP/EC workshop is highly recommended for anyone interested in further developing their understanding of the skill set needed for Instructors and Coaches. Resource material and workbook provided.
In two days you will work through four modules:
Saturday, February 1, 2020
- Making Ethical Decisions
- Equestrian Training and Learning
Group activities to apply theory to the equestrian environment
A look at various learning and teaching styles
Saturday, February 8, 2020
- Analyzing Beginner Equestrian Performance
Finding the root of the issue and discussing various exercises to help the athlete improve
Developing a process for analyzing performance for various disciplines
- Planning an Equestrian Lesson
Appropriate progressions for skill and age of athlete
Understanding Long Term Equestrian Development
Registration Deadline: Wednesday January 22, 2020
Registration is limited for this workshop so be sure to register early.
*University of Guelph students provide copy of student ID card for discount
10 hours of Professional Development for Certified Coaches and Instructors, it is recommended if you took the old NCCP multi-sport introduction course and are mentoring new instructors and coach candidates.
Designed as training for those working towards their Instructor, Competition Coach or Competition Coach Specialist Certification, this workshop is recommended for all disciplines, coaches and instructors.