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Our Applied Equine Psychology Course aims to equip students with the knowledge & skills to manage and interact with horses in a way that supports both their mental and physical well-being.
This course is for anyone who wants to learn more about equine psychology and behaviour. Whether you are a horse owner or a professional in the equine industry; for anyone who spends time with horses, this course is essential!!
Our professional training builds on the foundation of the applied equine psychology course, giving trainees the skills and experience to work with clients and wider groups as an EBA REPS.
We also offer ‘Beyond Behaviourism’ webinars every 3 months, free to supporting members.
This course is run online, with group and individual sessions providing tailored learning for every student.
After completing and passing the Applied Equine Psychology Course, you may apply to attend this professional training to become an EBA Registered Equine Psychology Specialist. The training is a mixture of classroom work and lots of supported reflective practice with real cases and clients.
EBA is committed to supporting members through professional accreditation, education and opportunities for development.
We have 3 levels of Membership:
- EBA Student
Visit our Membership Page for details on what each level offers and how to join.
In this webinar Rachaël Draaisma introduces various forms of equine scentwork. She will dive deeper into the advantages equine scentwork gives and how they positively affect the horses physically and mentally. For instance, you will get to know why scentwork calms the horse, why it leads to less spooky behaviours, or more connection between horse and handler. Rachaël will also discuss the challenges and applicability of various scentwork exercises. Although this webinar does not give a step by step guide on how to get started on the equine scentwork exercises, it will inspire many to explore further and to add these new activities into their daily life and work with horses.
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For any individuals who are interested in equine behaviour but who are not practising as an EBA Registered Equine Psychology Specialist.
For anyone currently training with the EBA. You can join EBA as a student by registering and being accepted for any of our courses.