Certified Equine Ergonomist - United Arab Emirates - March 25 - 29, 2019

March 25th, 2019 - March 29th, 2019 | United Arab Emirates (Location to be announced)

March 25 – 29, 2019 |  UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Location Details: To be Announced

Certified Equine Ergonomist Course

Instructor: Jochen Schleese, CMS, CSE

A Certified Equine Ergonomist (CEE) works with riders to diagnose, analyze, and make recommendations on saddles and saddle fit; as a certified professional, you are able to augment your income. Certified Equine Ergonomists work collaboratively with retailers, saddlers, and Certified Saddle Ergonomists. This course will enable students to do the externship to become a CEE, or if certification is not desired, be able to truly evaluate saddle fit.

Curriculum Topics:

  • Equine ergonomics, measuring the horse, rider, and saddle
  • How to obtain a detailed horse description
  • Assessing saddle fit to horse and rider (how a saddle affects the rider’s position and how the rider then affects the horse), tree angle and width
  • Assessing static and dynamic fit
  • Assessing saddle condition, considering the various disciplines and saddle manufacturers
  • Formulating viable solutions, and testing.

Course Duration: 5 days (8:30 am  – 5:00 pm)

Prerequisites:

  • Must have read “Suffering in Silence” by Jochen Schleese

Cost: $3292 + HST 

Early Bird Discount: $2962 + HST 

Class Size: Limited to 10 participants

Instruction:

  • Theoretical Classroom Instruction
  • Practical in-barn Demonstrations and hands-on practice
  • Curriculum Workbooks & Homework
  • Externship Student Evaluations to be submitted for certification

$3,292.00 $2,962.00Register Now

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I was an emancipated woman – or so I thought – and as such, I should be able to ride in any saddle. That was my mindset until I actually felt the difference between a saddle made for men and one made for women. Without exaggeration, this was truly an eye-opening experience. I rode so naturally without making any effort to have my legs hang straight down where they were supposed to be, and I felt the movement as one with my horse. Since then, as a trainer I often think that a saddle that is correctly fitted to my students would definitely help some of their position issues.

— Nicole Kunzel, Classical Riding Trainer, Hanover Germany

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