WHO ARE WE?
“Excel With Safety”
Horse Safety Australia is a not for profit organisation committed to improving the safety record of horse activities in Australia. We are doing this through a number of means:
- qualifications for horse riding instructors, trainers, clinicians and trail guides
- horse safety procedures: available to all
- advice to shires, councils, schools and other educational organisations with horse activities
- expert reports assisting in cases of litigation
- horse event management assistance
- tips for safety around horses
- endorsements of safety products related to horse riding and handling, and OHS issues around horses
- tips to new riders on what to look for in a riding instructor/trainers/riding schools/trail riding operations
Horse Safety Australia Inc (formerly known as the Association for Horsemanship Safety and Education in Australia Inc) is a not for profit Incorporated Association.
Our first priority is to help you improve the safety and quality of your horse activity. Our resources are available to any individual or group sharing our commitment to improving the safety and quality of horse related programs.
Horse Safety Australia has been the leader in setting safety standards for the industry.
Horse Safety Australia certification is recognised by the Safe Work Australia, the Education Departments in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia and Victoria and by the Australian Horse Industry Council, Safe Work Australia in its Guide to beginners around horses, using units from the SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package assessed through Sport SA
Horseriding Instructors (ALL TYPES: English/Western/Natural Horsemanship)
Qualifications to run horsemanship clinics for Trainers and Clinicians
Do you want qualifications which recognise your horse riding instructing (trail guide) experience ?
See the “Clinics” section for information on a nationally recognised training which acknowledges your background working with horses and people. These workshops (clinics), involve a n assessment process, and cover risk management, communication skills and concentrate on safety; and are regularly run throughout Australia.
Victorian General Clinic: 17-21 October 2016
This clinic will run from the evening of Monday 17 October to mid afternoon on Friday 21 October 2016.
It will be held at Mill Valley Ranch, a residential campsite near Pakenham. Included are the provision of food, board, horses and all paperwork for the qualifications which will be assessed during this time. For more information click on the qualifications tab.
Registration form here MVR-clinic-rego-oct-2016
Clinics coming up for Professional Trainers
An NCHA clinic is planned for Taroom QLD :10-13 October and another NCHA clinic is also planned to be held in Tamworth on 7-10 November 2016. Contact NCHA office for more details. An AQHA clinic is planned for Seymour Victoria on 22-25 November 2016. Contact the AQHA office for more information.