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Master Equine Manager Certificate

The Master Equine Manager E-Learning Certificate Program provides horse owners and enthusiasts with a comprehensive educational program that teaches the science of horse management. The program combines focused learning opportunities with a hands-on practical evaluation. The learning modules include
• Welfare of Horses: Understanding Horse Behavior, Facilities and Equipment, Equine Quality Assurance
• Horse Nutrition: Forages for Horses, Feeds and Feeding
• Horse Health: Equine Emergency Treatment, Vaccinations for Horses, Understanding Horse Parasites, and Hoof Care
• Selection of Horses: Conformation and Evaluation, Unsoundness’s and Blemishes
Participants will have access to each module on-line 24/7, which includes video recordings, power point presentations, learning resources, and written assessments. Each topic will have an associated on-line quiz. To become certified an 80% or better is required on the quiz and the quiz can be repeated. Participants are required to attend a “hands-on” evaluation. The practical evaluation will consist of an educational and evaluation component at the chosen location. Participants will perform the required training components and there will be an educator to help you as needed. Evaluators may arrange optional educational clinics and tours of local facilities.

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