How do I become a Practitioner?
The criteria for the ConTact C.A.R.E Equine Practitioner Qualification is as follows:
4 Foundation levels courses, or the equivalent of 64hours foundation level training in either equine, human or combination courses.
A Foundation level assessment.
80 hours of recorded practical work.
Once foundation level training has been completed. The student practitioner continues onto the following, and certification of the full Equine Practitioner qualification:
4 Practitioner Level courses
1 Practitioner skills weekend
120 hours of recorded practical on top of the 80hrs of foundation practical, total of 200 hours.
3 case studies
Anatomy and Physiology- Equine
1 peer evaluation from a qualified Equine ConTact C.A.R.E Practitioner.
2 successful assessments from Camille Nelson and Dale Speedy.
Foundation level courses from different facilitators around New Zealand are listed on the main ConTact C.A.R.E website www.contactcare.co.nz
All Equine Practitioner level courses are listed on the main ConTact C.A.R.E website www.contactcare.co.nz
Calendar of Events or FaceBook.
The completion of Anatomy and Physiology- Equine is undertaken by the student under their own initiative, prior learning or industry experience credits are available.
Links for approved online Anatomy and Physiology- Equine are below:
Please Contact Camille directly for any questions regarding the ConTact C.A.R.E- Equine qualification.