BHS Intermediate Instructors
This is the second level of instructor certificate awarded by the BHS. It recognises that the holder has progressed within their career and attained a higher level of knowledge and skill to be able to coach and train to a more advanced level.
What will a person with their BHSII be able to do in a professional environment?
A BHSII will be able to take charge and look after a number of horses in a variety of situations. They will have sound practical business knowledge and will be able to take responsibility for yard organisation.
The person will have experience teaching a wide range of clients from beginners to more experienced riders. They will be able to coach riders and train horses to BD Elementary, BS Discovery and BE100, and should be able to create genuine improvement in both horses and riders.
A person with their BHSII will be able work without supervision and should be able to take on a role with greater responsibility and may be suitable for a managerial role.
How do I gain the BHSII?
To gain the BHSII you will need to achieve the following:
• BHS Stage 4 Horse Knowledge, Care and Riding
• BHS Intermediate Teaching Test (ITT)
• BHS First Aid certificate or three day Health and Safety First Aid at Work.