3 Day Level 2 Facilitators Clinic
Welcome and Intros. Paperwork including Workbooks and Manuals
Why this is important to AEFL and EFL generally. What is it, what defines it and how is it practised.
Legislation governing horse welfare
Vital signs – what are they, how are they measured and what do they indicate
Documentation – what information should be documented, why and methods of recording
Environmental issues – what issues affect horse welfare and how can they be managed
Horsemanship – Long Lining (ground driving) and Liberty
How they have evolved, why they are useful generally and in relation to EFL
Liberty and Long Lining
Recap/discussion of Day 1
Long Lining and Liberty
Client Focused – what does this mean theoretically and in practise
Documentation – keeping records; what of, why, how and legal implications
Funding – accessing funding for your EFL program
Recap/discussion of Day 3
Challenging Behaviour – what is it, what does it mean, how to address it. Demonstration
Client sessions – group exercises to develop/incorporate clinic information
Client Emotional Safety – theory and practise of emotional safety in EFL.
Final discussions. Review of 3 days
Level 2 Assessment
In order to accommodate the varying abilities and desires of participants, assessment of the Level 2 clinic is in two main parts. Horsemanship will be assessed mainly during the practical sessions but also through information participants provide as part of the Workbook. Client Work will be assessed during the activity sessions but also through information provided by participants in the Workbook. The Workbooks must be completed and returned within 2 months of completion of the clinic. Participants may successfully complete both parts of Level 2 or either the Horsemanship or Client Work. They will be awarded Level 2 status accordingly – Level 2 Advanced, Level 2 Horsemanship or Level 2 Client.