This course delivers education in the area of equine nutrition, anatomy, health and business to allow the graduate to develop a business in equine nutritional management or incorporate the knowledge into current employment.
Following completion of this course, graduates will have the skills to
- develop their equine nutrition business,
- provide nutritional assessment,
- formulate balanced diets
- rebalance diet in relation to work and health
- provide logical nutritional advice to clients.
Anatomy & Physiology of Internal Systems
Equine Clinical Nutrition
Total Hours: 280 hours (approx 6 months)
Full fee for Certificate of Equine Nutrition: $2238.00
Deposit on Enrolment $1198.00
then 3 instalments of $405.00 payable monthly.
Having completed the Certificate of Equine Health graduates will have the knowledge and skills to
- Assess equine health and offer effective advice
- Assess equine movement and identify annomalies
- Assess and provide advice on Equine Handlign and Behaviour
- Use basic Herbs and other natural modalities in equine care
- Provide equine rehabilitation services in relation to health and movement
- Assess hoof balance and provide advice in the effect on movement
- Assess equine dietary balance and formulate a balanced diet in relation to activity and health
Anatomy & Physiology One
Conformation and Movement
Equine Handling & Behaviour
Anatomy & Physiology (Three) of Internal Systems
Rehabilitative Training (completed over 2 semesters)
Attendance at a 1 day conformation and equine movement intensive
Total Hours 750 hours / 1 ½ years
Total Fee for the course: $5200.00
The following payment plan is also available:
Amount Due on enrolment: $1600.00
Plus 10 monthly payments of $405.00
Course fees cover: All tuition costs.
Costs not covered: text books.come:
This course provides equine carers with extensive education, graduates of this course will
- Manage equine health using a science based knowledge of health, disease processes and nutrition
- Formulate balanced diets in relation to health status and activity
- Utilise basic herbs, Tissue Salts and Bach Therapy in health and behaviour management
- Understand the hoof mechanis and its relationship to movement
- Have a basic understanding of business and marketing to allow commencement of business.
Anatomy & Physiology One
Equine Hoof Care
Anatomy & Physiology (Three)
Minor Case Studies in relation to Holistic Therapies Subject
Main Case Study – Health Analysis, Therapy implementation and Assessment.
This case study is completed following completion of all theoretical subjects to integrate fully the students learning and practical application
Total Hours: 460 hours (12 months)
Full Fee for the course is $3810.00
The following payment plan is available:
Amount Due on enrolment: $1650.00
Plus 6 monthly payments of $405.00
Course Fees cover:
Subject Fees, Health Assessment Pack.
Costs not covered: Text books
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