Recognition Of Prior Learning Process
Units are from various levels of Certificates in SIS10 Outdoor Recreation
Which qualifications are assessed at clinics?
During the clinics, participants are assessed to see if they meet national requirements for working in the industry. The level of qualification achieved depends on meeting the requirements for the units set out below in groups, according to the needs of each qualification.
What if I am not good at one area?
Horse Safety Australia staff are committed to assisting participants meet these requirements, and if there are areas of deficiency, the staff will investigate ways of achieving the units through the private RTO associated with Horse Safety Australia, or other means, after the clinic is over.
Do all clinics cover all qualifications?
Most clinics cover at least the assistant, instructor, trail guide day and overnight rides areas. ‘Senior instructor’ assessments will depend on the venue and horses that are available. Normally this area is covered at most clinics if participants have appropriate experience and expertise.
Occasionally, Horse Safety Australia runs a designated trail riding clinic. These are always identified on the registration forms, and at these only trail riding qualifications are assessed and issued.
Horse Program Manager qualifications are linked closely to a ‘paper trail’ of procedures and operations manuals and the like, and these can be assessed after the clinic, at no extra costs.
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