Taking into account the horse's state of mental and physical health
Introduction: All our courses aim to create a good relationship between man and the horse when they work together. In the course "Conduct with the horse" you will watch the work with horses who have been entrusted to us. You will be accompanied in the stages of care and preparation of the horse so that you will improve your knowledge of the mental and physical health of the horse at work.
Aim: To reassure clients that the mental and physical health of the horse at work is taken into account.
A course for everyone who works with horses: instructor, rider, jockey, lad, travelling lad, starting gate, vet, assistant vet, farrier, equine dentist and the head of an establishment.
Riders of young horses who want to offer activities such as breaking in from the ground or ridden, or the re-education of difficult horses will be oriented towards the BEB2 or BEB3 courses.
The theory that you will be taught will cover subjects of equestrian culture and ethology and an outline of the work of Jocelyne Porcher, director of INRA research, on the Animal at Work.
These subjects will enable you to understand the principles of the Blondeau method.
Discover the Blondeau method
Establish an appropriate and coherent method of communication
Build a relationship between horse and rider
Create mutual respect between horse and rider
Programme to download
Have regular contact with horses in your professional activity
Requirement to do the course:
To have an FFE licence, which can be obtained from the Ecole Blondeau for 36€
Duration: 5 days
Dates: new dates to follow, please contact us
Location: Saumur in other regions of France
Without grant: 525€ for the 5 day course for the first year
With grant: 875€ for the 5 day course for the first year
Annual subscription for BEB1: 50€
Compulsory annual requalification in order to keep the Label: 105€
Brevet Ecole Blondeau Level 1 - BEB1
To obtain Label 1: Please apply to the Ecole Blondeau
Grants possible: OPCA, VIVEA et FAFSEA
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