Monday, 06. May 2019, USU Livestock Teaching Pavilion, Principles of Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (Continuing Education Course)

from 06. May 2019 - 19:00
till 22. June 2019 - 22:00

USU Livestock Teaching Pavilion

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CEAD 3150 Principles of Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies Course to be held as a blended course summer semester 2019.
(Please register for this course through the link below. Do not purchase a "ticket" here. This page is for information only and not for registration purposes.)
Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) is an exciting and growing industry in which horses and humans work together to overcome “physical, cognitive and emotional challenges and find strength and independence through the power of the horse.” (). This blended course will focus on topics relating to the dynamic and growing Equine Assisted Interventions Industry and will focus on gaining a broad understanding of:

Equine assisted activities and therapy services
Professionals working in this industry, including their required competencies
Populations served
The horse and human partnership

This continuing education course has been created specifically for community members and professional looking to learn about this industry while gaining CEU’s that *may apply to their professional development. It will incorporate 6 weeks of online learning with a 3.5 days in-person intensive learning experience with the professionals from the Equine Human Science Program at Utah State University’s Equine Experience. Individuals who successfully complete this course will receive 4.5 continuing education units (CEU) in letter grade format. Cost of the course is $270.
*(This course will not give *academic credit to participants. Academic credit for this course is available for USU students through the USU catalog number ADVS 3150.)
Successful completion of this course requires students to complete the on-line learning modules during the first summer semester (May 6th - June 19th) and attend the 3.5-day intensive learning experience in person at the USU campus/Animal Farm June 19-22. Room and board and transportation to the farm during this intensive learning experience will be the responsibility of the student.
Text requirement: The Clinical Practice of Equine-Assisted Therapy; Including Horses in Human Healthcare by Leif Hallberg
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For more information, contact Sherrie Petty at
*Application of these CEU’s to professional CE requirements will need to be determined by the individual and their professional governing body.

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