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Easton & Otley College

Easton, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 5DX
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T: 01473 785543

Job Type: Coaching / Science / Sports & Performance / Therapy & Rehabilitation

Friendships that last forever, memories you’ll never forget. Both can be found at Easton & Otley College and each will prove as valuable to you as your academic achievements. They’re life experiences. Character building and confidence boosting, they instil qualities an employer will be looking for when you step out of your alma mater and onto the career ladder.

Further Education

  • Level 2 Diploma in Horse Care (Full-time courses Equine Studies)

Provides a sound basic training in the care and management of horses. Assessment is by means of assignments, practical tests and examination (set by the awarding body). Practical and theoretical sessions are designed to give students an insight into the equine industry. Students choosing to undertake riding will include dressage and show-jumping. Work experience is mandatory, Students will take part in morning and weekend yard duties as part of their studies.

  • Extended Diploma in Horse Management (Full-time courses Equine Studies)

Carries the same UCAS points weighting and is equivalent to studying 3 A Levels. It will provide students with comprehensive training in all aspects of the horse industry. Assessment is by means of assignments, practical tests and examination (set by the awarding body).   Students will participate in riding activities including dressage, show-jumping and riding on the road. Work experience is mandatory, Students will take part in morning and weekend yard duties as part of their studies.

Higher Education

  • BSc (Hons) Equitation and Coaching

Applicants should ideally have successfully completed the BHS Stage 2 (Riding and Horse Knowledge and Care) or UK CC Level 1 (General) or maybe asked to undertake riding assessment at the Easton Campus. A 3 year course including Workplace Dynamics and Performance, Anatomy and Physiology, HE Academic Skills, Fitness Training of the Horse and Rider, Advanced Equine Sports Coaching, Equestrian Event Management, Care of the performance Horse, Biomechanics and Nutrition.

  • Foundation Degree in Equine Science and Welfare

Applicants should ideally have successfully completed the BHS Stage 2 (Riding and Horse Knowledge and Care) or UK CC Level 1 (General) or maybe asked to undertake riding assessment at the Easton Campus.  A 3 year course including Equitation, Equine Behaviour, Workplace Dynamics and performance, anatomy and physiology, Care of the performance horse, Health, injury and disease, Equestrian Event Management, Welfare, Breeding and Genetics.

Open Days

We offer a number of Open Days throughout the year where you can take the opportunity to visit the College, talk to tutors and find out more about the courses available.

Once you’ve had a good look around we hope you can answer the question, ‘is this the right next step for me?’ with a resounding ‘yes’.

www.eastonotley.ac.uk

For full details on any of our FE or HE courses and content please visit our website.

 

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