Diploma in Equine Healing

Diploma in Equine Healing with Elizabeth Whiter

The Equine Diploma has plenty of practical healing experience and in-depth theory, working with a variety of different horses and ponies in rehabilitation, livery, competition, rescue, riding school and stud duties. The Equine Diploma is studied for six months part-time spread over two modules, total nine days with plenty of practical healing experience and in-depth theory, working with a variety of different horses and ponies from many different backgrounds. Emma Farrow-Bartlett will be teaching anatomy, physiology, common ailments, conformation and first aid. Elizabeth Whiter and students will be working at a variety of equestrian facilities conducting in-depth practical equine healing sessions at facilities such as Moorcroft Racehorse Rehabilitation centre, Plumpton Equine College, and the RSPCA with police rescue cases.  In addition, there will be opportunities to hone equine healing skills at a top riding establishment and a competition yard and Andalucía stud.

Equine First Aid Day

Students who wish to attend the Diploma in Equine Healing need to have completed modules one to three of the Diploma in Animal Healing. This is crucial to give the equine student a solid grounding in healing experiences and the expertise necessary to fully appreciate the healer relationship with equines and their guardians. This is a fun and rewarding course which requires compassion, love, understanding and stamina. Includes equine case histories, assignments and log book. Total course time 190 hrs. Length of course: six months part time run yearly Spring/Summer at the South Downs National Park Sussex.

Module one – March 2019
Module two – 6th -9th June 2019
Module three – 22nd – 26th August 2019

If students have very little Equine experience or need to brush up on stable management skills, we have horse care days and weekends at a professional livery yard Contact us here

Principal Tutor: Elizabeth Whiter MHAO MNFSH IIZ ITEC Dip.WSA Tutor: Emma Farrow-Bartlett VN. DipAS Examiner: Jeannie Billington M.A. B.Ed Honours, Director of the Post-graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (PGCHE) at South Bank University,  OU Lecturer, Head teacher, external moderator and examiner for numerous exam boards, Member of the General Council of the Association of Teachers, Ofsted inspector. For enquiries and a copy of the 2018 prospectus and application form, please telephone Elizabeth Whiter on 01273 891472 or contact us here

Equine Module 2

There are many equine out-reach projects the Healing Animals Organisation are involved with, and numerous equine charities we support: students and graduates from the Diploma in Equine will have a wonderful opportunity to gain experience working alongside vets and offering complementary health to all equines and donkeys  click here