Equine Facilitated Learning Foundation Programme – 3 Day

When:
November 11, 2019 – November 13, 2019 all-day
2019-11-11T00:00:00+00:00
2019-11-14T00:00:00+00:00
Where:
South East England Venue TBC
Cost:
£1250
Contact:
Rosalie
07823446542

THE EXPERIENCE             

LeadChange, and it’s charity partner HorseHeard bring this three-day Equine Facilitated Learning Foundation programme which equips participants with the knowledge and practical skills that underpin the delivery of equine-facilitated learning programmes.

The course is highly experiential – blending classroom learning and hands-on sessions with horses. It is suitable for those that want to explore the foundations of equine facilitated learning or further their practise as a coach. It provides a grounding both for those working in the charitable and business sectors, with both children and adults.

£1250 plus VAT per person including course materials

9.30am – 4.30pm each day

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

  • Equine Facilitated Learning – the LeadChange philosophy and approach
  • Experiential learning – theories and research
  • Horse sense
  • The HORSE© coaching model
  • Creating and holding safe space for EFL
  • Developing credibility and presence
  • Managing the horse-human interaction – practical issues
  • Creating and selecting appropriate learning exercises
  • 1:1 equine-facilitated coaching interactions
  • Working with groups and teams

THE COURSE FACILITATOR

Andrew McFarlane has specialised in the creation and delivery of experiential learning programmes with horses since 2002. He is Chairman of HorseHeard – an innovative charity delivering equine-facilitated programmes in the not-for profit sector. Over the years Andrew has facilitated thousands of participants in hundreds of LeadChange workshops, both in the UK and overseas – including in France, Spain, Greece, Egypt, Singapore, Ghana, Thailand, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the USA. LeadChange is a recognised leader in equine facilitated learning. Andrew has an MBA and is an NLP Master Practitioner.