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ENSW Equi-Skills Programme and EA Education Programme

Equi-Skills provides school based riders with access to their Introductory Riding and Introductory Horse Management workbooks at a discounted price.

On enrolment, riders receive the workbooks and an Equi-Skills saddle patch for their school saddlecloth.  The theory components of EA training are delivered in a flexible home-study manner using comprehensive workbooks and recommended reading which can be supplemented using your own coach or through "group training".  Practical study may be done through the Equi-Skills group training programme or individually with coaches, coach educators or other industry experts.

Equi-Skills Group Training

Equi-Skills group training is provided once a month by Equestrian Australia Accredited Coaches who have been nominated as providers in the programme. There may be six to ten riders enrolled in any one group which will meet at a venue convenient to it and to the coach. The coaching session will be of three hours' duration during which time one hour will be devoted to horse management theory and two hours to riding. Riding may be conducted in two smaller groups, with one group mounted and the other as spectators.

The cost to each rider involved in group training will be capped at $70 per rider inclusive of venue hire. Where one on one instruction is taken there is no fee cap and no time commitment.  The training follows the syllabus of the EA Introductory Riding & Horse Management certificates, both of which are provided as part of the enrolment package. Worksheets will be filled in at each coaching session. Progress will be monitored by your instructor and assessor.

Is this for me?

Maybe you aspire to work within the horse industry when you finish school or maybe you are the mum or dad that wants to be a bit more "in tune" with your horse mad kids or you just want a bit more structure to your regular riding lessons. Interschool riders are part of the whole EA family and while the programme has originated with Interschools there is no restriction on who can join the programme. In all cases successful completion of modules are registered with the EA coordinator as they form part of the pathway towards accreditation and other higher qualifications. The minimum age for the programme is set at 12.

The minimum age for the EA national education courses is fixed at;
12 years to commence Introductory Certificates in Horse Management and Riding
18 years to commence Introductory Coaching certificate
Groups may be arranged by schools, riders or coaches.

Assessments will be carried out by Coach Educators and arranged through the coach and the Equi-Skills Coordinator.

Once the Introductory Horse Management and Introductory Riding modules have been completed, the Level I Horse Management and Riding modules provide an opportunity for further study and this may also be purchased direct from the Equestrian Australia National Office .

What's Next?

Fill in the enrolment form and send it with your fee to the ENSW Equi-Skills Coordinator, P O Box 7077, Wetherill Park BC, NSW 2164. On receipt of your form and payment, the course workbooks and saddle patch will be sent to you.

  • If you already receive training, discuss the programme with your coach.
  • If you already have regular lessons with a private coach, your coach can provide the training on a one-to-one basis or in a smaller group but the fee for such training is not capped.
  • If the coach is already a provider of group training registered with the Equi-Skills programme you may be able to arrange to join an existing group.
  • If your coach is not a provider but wishes to join in the scheme, then he/she should fill in a coach enrolment form and send it to the Equi-Skills Coordinator and proceed to establishing an appropriate group(s)
  • For non-riding horse owners, parents of riders and others

If you wish to be a part of the scheme, you are welcome. ENSW is keen to educate people who can join our group of volunteer officials. Participating in the scheme will enable you to learn more about the sport and its disciplines. The only charge for non-riding participants is the cost of the Introductory Horse Management workbook.



   ENSW Equi-skills Coach Enrolment.pdf

How do I get assessed?

School riders may enrol in the programme at any time for a cost of $79.00 and adult persons for $130. This includes enrolment, training workbooks, registration saddle badge and eligibility to join a group if required. When you have completed one of the courses, you will receive a certificate noting your achievement.

Equi-Skills training dates 2024

Saturday 13th January 2024

Saturday 3rd February 2024

Saturday   9th March 2024

Saturday 20th April 2024

Saturday 11th May 2024

Saturday 8th June 2024

Saturday 13th July 2024

Saturday 10th August 2024

Saturday 14th September 2024

Saturday 12th October 20234

Saturday 16th November 2024

Saturday 7th December 2024

Equi Skills is an Equestrian NSW training program for adults & teenagers it is a course to be undertaken to improve your equine knowledge and riding ability. If you would like to become an equine coach this course is the beginning of instruction in coaching for Introductory General Riding and Introductory Horse Management.

YOUR INSTRUCTOR Pamela Russell-Green is a Level One EA Coach, Skills Specific Trainer Assessor. Advanced Dressage Judge, Mentor Judge, Young Horse Judge, Para Equestrian Judge & has many years of coaching at pony clubs. Pamela holds an Advanced Diploma in Horse Management.

We have visiting instructors, saddle fitters, equine body workers and other equine professionals attend and share their skills and knowledge.

If you would like more information, please contact Pamela on 0418 653 226 mobile.