This course is aimed at coaches who are working towards the BHS Stage 4 Coaching Assessment. It is also suitable for riders wishing to improve their understanding of arena eventing.
Rachel Wright BHSI performance coach has a passion for coaching and helping riders to achieve their goals, whether that's eventing / dressage or achieving BHS qualifications. She believes in inclusivity, removing barriers to leaning and is SEND trained and aware. Rachel is a dressage judge who also has a promising event horse that she is producing.
The aims of the course are;
- To be able to discuss the benefits of arena eventing for both horse & rider at different levels.
- To understand the requirements of the BHS Stage 4 Coaching Assessment.
- To be able to evaluate different types of simulated XC fences and their construction, including distances.
- To be able to plan for a coaching sessions, including health and safety requirements.
- To be able to discuss different coaching techniques.
The day will include:
- Two coaching sessions. One group will be working at BE80 and the other will be BE90/100. There will be opportunities for discussion and active participation if any attendees wish to coach during the session.
- Practical course building. Use of modern equipment, jump construction and distances.
- Two theory sessions. To cover the principles of arena eventing, assessment requirements, session planning & health and safety. There will also be opportunities for group discussion to share experiences and challenges.
£35 for BHS Accredited Professional Coaches, £40 all others. Please note the reduced rate is ONLY for BHS APCs, not coaches affiliated to other organisations - thank you.
This day has been accredited as CPD for BHS Accredited Professional Coaches (6 CPD points).
Time: 9.30 AM - 3.30 PM
Cost: APC's £35.00 - General Admission £40.00