Providing a world class program in Equine Massage Therapy, equine nutrition, biomechanics and rehabilitation Courses. We aim for our graduates to be effective equine therapists, Others horse massage courses have copied us, but we provide the highest level of equine therapy training in Australia. ACATT Professional Online courses .

Australian College of Animal Tactile Therapy

ACATT Equine College Aims and Outcomes

ACATT delivers professional level, extensive equine education to all students

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Equine Assessment Equine Sports Therapy Discuss horse care with owners Assess horse post massage Horse movement assessment

College Objectives and Outcomes

• To provide students with a flexible learning package that provides professional education in Equine Myotherapy, Nutrition, Health and Equine Biomechanics

• To provide Myotherapy students with expansive theory and practical skills in multiple techniques including Sports, Trigger Point Therapy, Remedial, Myofascial Release, and Acupressure.

• To provide Nutrition and Health students with expansive theory and practical application in health assessment, nutritional assessment and formulation.

• To provide support to all students and graduates in all areas of their study, client management and business development.

• To produce graduates that are highly knowledgeable and skilled.

• To ensure our graduates share their knowledge for the good of their clients and the horses they treat.

• To remain up to date with current trends and knowledge in the areas our courses deliver.

• To expand our methods of delivery in response to student needs and demands.

• To continue to deliver the most extensive Equine therapy program available in Australia.

• To always have staff qualified, passionate and interested in the sharing of information.

- Our desired outcomes are to ensure our Professional Graduates:

• Understand the horse and its nature, and work to connect with the horse

• Are very knowledgeable in equine anatomy as related to their area of study

• Have a thorough understanding of the importance of the provision of a balanced diet.

• Are proficient in their chosen area of Equine Therapy, providing thorough assessment and application of appropriate treatment.

• Myotherapy graduates, understand exercise physiology and the effects of exercise and training on the horse

• Have a good understanding of equine health, along with the causes and signs of ill health

• Can provide advice in holistic equine care considering all influencing factors.

• Recognize the need for and advise veterinary attention where required.

• Work with veterinarians as an integral part of the equine health management team

• Understand business management, with practical and theoretical knowledge of team leadership

• Respect the rights and dignity of each individual horse and their carer, and

• Work to maintain a high level of professional competence.

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The Australian College of Animal Tactile Therapy

111 Spillers Road
Macclesfield. Victoria.
Australia 3782

03 5968 9788