Future Clinics

Future Horse Safety Australia Clinics for 2017

Future Clinics offering Horse Safety Australia qualifications will be advised here as they are planned

INSTRUCTORS AND TRAIL GUIDES (SHORT RIDES) 2017 clinics

The following applies to “General clinics” – and are not clinic which are specially tailored for the professional trainers from the associations, though these people may attend these clinics if they chose to.

Live in (food board and horses provided) clinics Clinics running for 4 days and nights, are currently planned for  Queensland, NSW,  are Victoria  during 2017. Please contact us through the Expression of Interest form found under “Contact us” if you want to be notified about the next one coming up near you or fill in a registration form below for one of these if the dates suits you:-

 

VIC:

This will be held at Mill Valley Ranch near Pakenham

4-8 December 2017

Cost $1650 (including GST) for first person from a business, then $1540 for others from the same operations.

As with all our general clinics this will include all meals from Monday night 4/12 after tea (7.30pm) to Friday 8 December, with the clinic ending mid afternoon. Also included are the accommodation (in bunkhouses with en suite bathrooms)  and the provision of horses, paperwork for up to 5 units from the SIS10 training package (the number of these depends on the qualifications required -i.e. instructor and/or trail guide) and qualifications (as earned) from Horse Safety Australia.

Download your registration form here: rego MVR december 2017


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Costs

The full clinic cost for the general clinics (open to the public) is $1650  (including GST).  The second person, and subsequent people from the same site attend at a slightly reduced price ($1540 including GST pp).

Fees include :

  • Food, accommodation (in a residential campsite environment), supply of horses & tack, personal workbooks; ‘Statements of Attainment’ from Sport SA
    qualifications (as attained), Horse Safety Australia membership for three years
  • part of the clinic paperwork includes a USB stick with resources for running a horse business (application forms, waivers, accident reports and much more!)
  • Please fill in and return the tax invoice in the registration form relating to the appropriate clinic, available for download from the clinic forms and future clinic pages
  • There will be some paperwork to do before attending the clinic, to help complete the process of skills assessment. This will be sent to you  approximately three weeks prior to the clinic, after receiving your deposit.
  • The balance of your fees will be due on the first day of the clinic.

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Travel and Accommodation

You will be responsible for your own travel. Normally participants live-in and this is factored into the costs,
as the clinic includes evening programs and often preparation time is needed for the next day’s activities so staying off site is not advised. (There is no reduction  in the fees for staying off site). Transfers can be made available, or directions using public transport to nearby railway stations, bus stops etc, to and  from the airport for interstate participants.

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Times

Instructor and Trail Guide clinic:

The clinics will begin day 1 after tea (7.30 pm) and finish after four full days and nights of recognition of prior learning, discussions and seminars, day 5 before tea…

 

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Registration Procedures

Please return pages 2 & 3 of the registration form (available for download), and deposit (non refundable) to:

Horse Safety Australia,

Box 1190,  Strathalbyn, SA 5255

or email to nina@horsesafetyaustralia.com.au

All cheques are to be made out to Horse Safety Australia, for direct debit account details, see the registration form.

N.B. For multiple attendees from one site, please reproduce pages 2 &3 of the registration form and send registration details and deposits for each participant. This page can serve as a tax invoice for businesses.

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