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' + assignmentRoles[index].Name,'text/html'); if (dom && dom.body) { if (dom.body.textContent) { assignmentRoles[index].Name = dom.body.textContent; } else { assignmentRoles[index].Name = dom.body.innerText; } } } var record_data = { assign: assign, roles: assignmentRoles, isSubExpired: isSubExpired }; return assignmentTemplate(record_data); }); Handlebars.registerHelper('loadSelect', function(roleId) { var record_data = { roles: assignmentRoles, conRole: roleId }; return assignmentRoleTemplate(record_data); }); Handlebars.registerHelper('validateRole', function(roleId, conRole) { if (roleId == conRole) return 'selected'; else return ''; }); function searchAssignments(searchString, displayType) { var displayLabel; if (displayType == 'ALL') displayLabel = 'All'; else if (displayType == 'Assigned') displayLabel = 'Assigned'; else if (displayType == 'UnAssigned') displayLabel = 'Unassigned'; $("#assignment_view").html(displayLabel); var jsonData = { isRenewal: isRenewal, subId: subId, displayType: displayType, contactId: conId, editAssignmentsOnly: editAssignmentsOnly }; Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction( 'CPBase.ItemCheckoutComponentController.searchAssignments', searchString, accId, salesOrderLine.Id, JSON.stringify(jsonData), function(result, event) { if (event.status) { var assignment_size = result.length; $("#assign-resultSize").html(assignment_size); assignment_pageNumber = 0; if (assignment_size < 10) { $("#assignment-pagination").hide(); } else { $("#assignment-pagination").show(); } assignments = new Array(); for (i = 0, j = 1, temp = new Array(); i < assignment_size; i++, j++) { temp.push(result[i]); if (j == 10 || i == assignment_size -1) { assignments.push(temp); temp = new Array(); j = 0; } } loadAssignments(); } else { messageTools.addError(event.message, true, true); } }, { escape: true } ); } function loadSubscription() { var jsonData = { subId: subId, }; Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction( 'CPBase.ItemCheckoutComponentController.getSubscription', JSON.stringify(jsonData), function(result, event) { if (event.status) { sub = result; salesOrderLine.OrderApi__Item__c = sub.OrderApi__Item__c; if (sub.OrderApi__Is_Suspended__c || sub.OrderApi__Is_Expired__c || sub.OrderApi__Is_Cancelled__c) { isSubExpired = true; } if (isSubExpired) { $("#selectAllAssign").hide(); $("#selectAllUnAssign").hide(); } loadAssignmentRoles(); } else { messageTools.addError(event.message, true, true); } }, { escape: true } ); } function loadItemDetail(itemId) { Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction( 'CPBase.ItemCheckoutComponentController.getItem', itemId, function(result, event) { if (event.status) { loadSubscription(); item = result; $(".itemName").html(item.OrderApi__Display_Name__c); } else { messageTools.addError(event.message, true, true); } }, { escape: true } ); } function loadSubscriptionAssignments(itemId) { editAssignmentsOnly = true; loadItemDetail(itemId); } function loadAssignmentRoles() { $("#assign_searchBox").val(''); if (firstTimeAssignmentVisit) { if (isRenewal) { isRenewal = (salesOrderLine.OrderApi__Item__c == sub.OrderApi__Item__c); } if (editAssignmentsOnly || isRenewal) { caluclateCurrentAssignmentsForManage(sub); } else { caluclateCurrentAssignments(salesOrderLine); } if (editAssignmentsOnly) { firstTimeAssignmentVisit = false; } } var itemTemp = item; delete itemTemp['OrderApi__Subscription_Plan_Items__r']; Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction( 'CPBase.ItemCheckoutComponentController.loadAssignmentRoles', itemTemp, function(result, event) { if (event.status) { assignmentRoles = result; searchAssignments('','ALL'); } else { messageTools.addError(event.message, true, true); } }, { escape: true } ); } function loadAssignments() { var assignHTML = $("#assignments").html(); var record_data = { assignments: assignments[assignment_pageNumber], }; var result_html = assignmentsTemplate(record_data); $("#assignments").html(result_html); if (firstTimeAssignmentVisit) { firstTimeAssignmentVisit = false; var asignRemaining = parseInt($("#assignmentsRemaining").html()); if ((!item.OrderApi__Restrict_Number_of_Assignments__c || asignRemaining > 0) && !isRenewal) { var asignRemaining = $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(); var autoAssigned = $(".assignBtn.action-true").length; $("#assignedMember").html(autoAssigned); if (asignRemaining) { if (asignRemaining > 0) { $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(parseInt(asignRemaining)-1); } asignRemaining = parseInt($("#assignmentsRemaining").html()); if (item.OrderApi__Restrict_Number_of_Assignments__c && asignRemaining < 1) { $(".assignBtn.action-false").hide(); $(".assignment-message").html('Assignments complete!'); } } } } $(".assignBtn.action-true").parent().parent().parent().addClass('selected'); $("#assignment-pagination li.disabled").removeClass("disabled"); $("#assign-pageNumber").html(assignment_pageNumber + 1); if (assignment_pageNumber == 0) { $("#assignment-pagination li.first").addClass("disabled"); $("#assignment-pagination li.prev").addClass("disabled"); } if (assignment_pageNumber == assignments.length - 1 ) { $("#assignment-pagination li.next").addClass("disabled"); $("#assignment-pagination li.last").addClass("disabled"); } if (item.OrderApi__Restrict_Number_of_Assignments__c) { $("#selectAllAssign").hide(); $("#selectAllUnAssign").hide(); var asignRemaining = parseInt($("#assignmentsRemaining").html()); if (asignRemaining == 0) { $(".assignBtn.action-false").hide(); $(".assignment-message").html('Assignments complete!'); } } else { if ( $(".assignBtn.action-true").length == assignments[assignment_pageNumber].length) { $("#selectAllAssign").hide(); $("#selectAllUnAssign").show(); } else { $("#selectAllUnAssign").hide(); $("#selectAllAssign").show(); } } em.loader.stopAll(); } function caluclateCurrentAssignmentsForManage(entity) { if (entity.OrderApi__Assignments_Allowed__c) { $("#assignmentsAllowed").html(" of " + entity.OrderApi__Assignments_Allowed__c); $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(parseInt(entity.OrderApi__Assignments_Allowed__c) - parseInt(entity.OrderApi__Active_Assignments__c)); } if (entity.OrderApi__Active_Assignments__c) { $("#assignedMember").html(entity.OrderApi__Active_Assignments__c); } else { $("#assignedMember").html(0); } } function caluclateCurrentAssignments(entity) { if (entity.OrderApi__Assignments_Allowed__c) { $("#assignmentsAllowed").html(" of " + entity.OrderApi__Assignments_Allowed__c); $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(parseInt(entity.OrderApi__Assignments_Allowed__c) - parseInt(entity.OrderApi__Active_Assignments__c)); } if (item.OrderApi__Restrict_Number_of_Assignments__c && entity.OrderApi__Active_Assignments__c) { $("#assignmentsAllowed").html(" of " + item.OrderApi__Maximum_Number_of_Assignments__c); $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(parseInt(item.OrderApi__Maximum_Number_of_Assignments__c) - parseInt(entity.OrderApi__Active_Assignments__c)); } if (entity.OrderApi__Active_Assignments__c) { $("#assignedMember").html(entity.OrderApi__Active_Assignments__c); } else { $("#assignedMember").html(0); } } function searchMembers() { searchAssignments($("#assign_searchBox").val(), 'ALL'); } function validate() { $(".assignment-message").html(''); var asignRemaining = parseInt($("#assignmentsRemaining").html()); var assigned = parseInt($("#assignedMember").html()); if (item.OrderApi__Require_Assignments__c && (assigned == 0 || (item.OrderApi__Restrict_Number_of_Assignments__c && asignRemaining > 0))) { if (assigned == 0) { $(".assignment-message").html('Please assign at least one member'); } else { $(".assignment-message").html('All assignments are required. Please make the rest of your assignments.'); } $(".assignment-message").focus(); em.loader.stopAll(); return false; } return true; } $(document).ready(function() { $("#selectAllUnAssign").hide(); $("#selectAllAssign").hide(); $(document).on('click', '#assignment-pagination li.first', function(e) { assignment_pageNumber = 0; loadAssignments(); }); $(document).on('click', '#assignment-pagination li.prev', function(e) { if (assignment_pageNumber > 0) { assignment_pageNumber--; loadAssignments(); } }); $(document).on('click', '#assignment-pagination li.next', function(e) { if (assignment_pageNumber < assignments.length - 1) { assignment_pageNumber++; loadAssignments(); } }); $(document).on('click', '#assignment-pagination li.last', function(e) { assignment_pageNumber = assignments.length - 1; loadAssignments(); }); $(document).on('change', '.assign_roles', function(e) { var conId = $(this).attr('data-conId'); if ($("#" + conId + "-select").hasClass('action-true')) { var assignId = $(this).attr('data-assignId'); var selectedId = $(this).val(); var jsonData = { isRenewal: isRenewal, subId: subId, salesOrderLineId: salesOrderLine.Id, editAssignmentsOnly: editAssignmentsOnly }; Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction( 'CPBase.ItemCheckoutComponentController.createAssignment', conId, assignId, selectedId, JSON.stringify(jsonData), function(result, event) { if (!event.status) { messageTools.addError(event.message, true, true); } }, { escape: true } ); } }); $(document).on('click', '.assignBtn.action-false', function(e) { $(this).removeClass("action-false"); em.loader.start(this); $(".assignment-message").html(''); var asignRemaining = $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(); if (asignRemaining) { if (asignRemaining > 0) { $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(parseInt(asignRemaining)-1); } } $("#assignedMember").html(parseInt($("#assignedMember").html())+1); var conId = $(this).attr('data-conId'); var assignId = $(this).attr('data-assignId'); var selectedId = $( "#" + conId + "-roleId" ).val(); var jsonData = { isRenewal: isRenewal, subId: subId, salesOrderLineId: salesOrderLine.Id, editAssignmentsOnly: editAssignmentsOnly }; Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction( 'CPBase.ItemCheckoutComponentController.createAssignment', conId, assignId, selectedId, JSON.stringify(jsonData), function(result, event) { if (event.status) { var record_data = { assign: result, roles: assignmentRoles, isSubExpired: isSubExpired }; var result_html = assignmentTemplate(record_data); $("#" + result.con.Id).html(result_html); $("#" + result.con.Id).addClass('selected'); for (var i = 0; i < assignments[assignment_pageNumber].length; i++) { if (assignments[assignment_pageNumber][i].con.Id == result.con.Id) { assignments[assignment_pageNumber][i] = result; } } } else { messageTools.addError(event.message, true, true); em.loader.stopAll(); } }, { escape: true } ); asignRemaining = parseInt($("#assignmentsRemaining").html()); if (item.OrderApi__Restrict_Number_of_Assignments__c && asignRemaining < 1) { $(".assignBtn.action-false").hide(); $(".assignment-message").html('Assignments complete!'); } }); $(document).on('click', '.assignBtn.action-true', function(e) { em.loader.start(this); $(".assignment-message").html(''); var assignId = $(this).attr('data-assignId'); var conId = $(this).attr('data-conId'); var buttonId = $(this).context.id; $("#assignedMember").html(parseInt($("#assignedMember").html())-1); var asignRemaining = $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(); if (asignRemaining) $("#assignmentsRemaining").html(parseInt(asignRemaining)+1); var thisbutton = this; Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction( 'CPBase.ItemCheckoutComponentController.unAssign', assignId, function(result, event) { if (event.status) { $("#" + buttonId + " .ladda-label").html(''); $("#"+buttonId).addClass('action-false'); $("#"+buttonId).removeClass('action-true'); $("#"+buttonId).removeClass('active'); $("#"+buttonId).parent().parent().parent().removeClass('selected'); $(".assignBtn.action-false").show(); $("#"+ conId + '-roleId').addClass('disabled'); for (var i = 0; i < assignments[assignment_pageNumber].length; i++) { if (assignments[assignment_pageNumber][i].assignment.Id == assignId) { assignments[assignment_pageNumber][i].hasActiveRole = false; } } } else { messageTools.addError(event.message, true, true); } em.loader.stop(thisbutton); }, { escape: true } ); var assigned = parseInt($("#assignedMember").html()); if ((item.OrderApi__Require_Assignments__c && assigned == 0)) { } }); $('#assign_searchBox').on('keypress',function(e) { var code = e.keyCode || e.which; if (code == 13) { e.preventDefault(); searchMembers(); } }); $(document).on('click', '#contactSaveBtn', function(e) { em.loader.start(this); var firstName = $( "#firstName" ).val(); var lastName = $( "#lastName" ).val(); var email = $( "#email" ).val(); $(".firstNameMessage").html(''); $(".lastNameMessage").html(''); $(".emailMessage").html(''); if (!firstName || !lastName || !email) { if (!firstName) { $(".firstNameMessage").html('Please provide a first name'); $(".firstNameMessage").focus(); } else if (!lastName) { $(".lastNameMessage").html('Please provide a last name'); $(".lastNameMessage").focus(); } else { $(".emailMessage").html('Please provide a valid email'); $(".emailMessage").focus(); } em.loader.stop(this); return; } if (email) { var emailAddress = email.trim(); var emailRegExp = /^\w+((-\w+)|(\.\w+))*\@[A-Za-z0-9]+((\.|-)[A-Za-z0-9]+)*\.[A-Za-z0-9]+$/; if (emailAddress.search(emailRegExp) === -1) { $(".emailMessage").html('Please provide a valid email'); $(".emailMessage").focus(); em.loader.stop(this); return; } } if (!hasContactCreationStarted) { hasContactCreationStarted = true; Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction( 'CPBase.ItemCheckoutComponentController.createContact', firstName, lastName, email, accId, function(result, event) { if (event.status) { if (assignments.length === 0) { assignments[assignment_pageNumber] = [result]; } else { assignments[assignment_pageNumber].push(result); } var record_data = { assign: result, roles: assignmentRoles, isSubExpired: isSubExpired }; var result_html = assignmentTemplate(record_data); result_html = '' + result_html + ''; $("#assign-resultSize").html(parseInt($("#assign-resultSize").html()) + 1); result_html += $("#assignments").html(); $("#assignments").html(result_html); $("#addContact").collapse('hide'); $( "#addContact input" ).val(''); var asignRemaining = parseInt($("#assignmentsRemaining").html()); if (typeof asignRemaining != 'undefined') { if (asignRemaining == 0) { $(".assignBtn.action-false").hide(); $(".assignment-message").html('Assignments complete!'); } } } else { messageTools.addError(event.message, true, true); } em.loader.stopAll(); hasContactCreationStarted = false; }, { escape: true } ); } }); $("#selectAllAssign").click(function(e) { $(this).hide(); var asignRemaining = parseInt($("#assignmentsRemaining").html()); $(".assignBtn.action-false").click(); $("#selectAllUnAssign").show(); }); $("#selectAllUnAssign").click(function(e) { $(this).hide(); $(".assignBtn.action-true").click(); $("#selectAllAssign").show(); }); });
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Sours: https://fontevacustomer-15cf09b5446.force.com/CPBase__item?id=a13f40000031aLmAAI

Professional Certifications

Changes to the

PATH Intl. Certification and Education at High Hopes

Through education and certification opportunities at High Hopes, pursue a rewarding career in the field of Equine Assisted Services. EAS offers rewarding career opportunities combining elements of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language pathology, education, psychology and child development with horsemanship teaching skills.

High Hopes is one of a handful of independent therapeutic riding centers throughout North America approved by PATH Intl. to offer instructor training at all three levels. Since 1996, High Hopes has trained over 260 students from throughout the United States and from over 20 countries abroad.

PATH Intl. Certification Process Changes

PATH Intl. is undergoing a 3rd party accreditation process for the PATH Intl. Registered Therapeutic Riding Instructor Certification that is based on meeting and exceeding certification industry standards. The outcome of this process is to establish the new PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI).

This certification process meets the rigors of obtaining National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) accreditation of the PATH Intl. CTRI certification. Achievement of NCCA accreditation of the certification will elevate the value of the CTRI credential and support increased professional recognition of the industry.

The PATH Intl. CTRI is a voluntary, entry-level credential for individuals in the Equine Assisted Services (EAS) profession who provide riding instruction and therapeutic value to people with disabilities. This may include mounted or unmounted work partnering with an equine. PATH Intl. CTRIs have met established criteria and standards of practice in the field. They have demonstrated their knowledge of disabilities, equines, teaching, and human-animal interactions. Summary Description of the CTRI The PATH Intl. CTRI has the maturity and knowledge to safely and effectively teach basic riding skills.

As part of the PATH Intl. 3rd party accreditation of its certified therapeutic riding instructor certification (CTRI), a job task analysis review of the registered therapeutic riding instructor job was completed in 2016. The outcome of this review resulted in the development of the PATH Intl. CTRI Job Task Analysis (JTA) as well as CTRI criteria. Please see links below for more information on the CTRI Certification, Job Task Analysis, CTRI Criteria and CTRI Job Description

Our PATH Intl. Approved Instructor Training Curriculum and workshops provide opportunities for education and gaining knowledge in all areas of the PATH Intl. CTRI JTA.

 

Sours: https://highhopestr.org/training-education/professional-certifications/
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Certified Equine Specialist [ESMHL] -or-
Therapeutic Riding Instructor [CTRI]

We are often seeking qualified equine professionals to join our team as volunteers and independent contractors. Amenities include the ability to work with clients in a beautiful, private outdoor setting less than one hour from Charlotte, Mooresville, Hickory and Winston-Salem, in a dynamic and growing industry.

The Equine Specialist (ES) is responsible for the physical welfare of clients, activity planning and co-facilitation in session. The ES works directly alongside the Mental Health Professional to plan, execute and debrief sessions in a way that supports the client’s therapeutic goals. The ES must be a skilled horseman and facilitator with the maturity and professionalism required in a behavioral health setting.  

ESMHL Candidates should meet the following requirements:

  • In-depth understanding of mental health disability.

  • Demonstration of natural horsemanship/handling skills commensurate with at least a Parelli Level One.

  • Certification as an Equine Specialist by either PATH Intl. (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship and/or EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association)

  • Natural Lifemanship training within twelve (12) months of beginning the position.

  • Certification as a PATH Intl. Therapeutic Riding Instructor considered a plus.

  • Passionate about the efficacy of animal assisted therapies.

  • Motivated to develop new programming.

  • Able to perform basic farm maintenance duties including mucking, feeding, grooming, animal care including non-equines.

  • Able to work closely to co-facilitate treatment with a licensed Mental Health Professional.

  • Interested in continuing education in this swiftly evolving field.

  • Great communication skills

** Are you looking for our exclusive EquuSpecialist™ Training Program? If so, please contact us. **

The Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI) is responsible for the physical welfare of clients, activity planning and co-facilitation in session. The ES works directly alongside the Mental Health Professional to plan, execute and debrief sessions in a way that supports the client’s therapeutic goals. The ES must be a skilled horseman and facilitator with the maturity and professionalism required in a behavioral health setting.  

CTRI Candidates should meet the following requirements:

  • Understanding of physical, emotional and cognitive special needs

  • Demonstrate basic riding skills in any discipline

  • Demonstration of natural horsemanship/handling skills commensurate with at least a Parelli Level One.

  • Certification as a TRI/CTRI by PATH Intl. (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship and/or EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association)

  • Natural Lifemanship training within twelve (12) months of beginning the position.

  • Passionate about the efficacy of animal assisted therapies.

  • Motivated to develop new programming.

  • Able to perform basic farm maintenance duties including mucking, feeding, grooming, animal care including non-equines.

  • Able and willing to work closely with Program Director and team of volunteers.

  • Interested in continuing education in this swiftly evolving field.

  • Great communication skills

If you are interested, please submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected] Thank you for your interest, and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

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Equuvation Inc. is a Member Center of PATH Intl. – Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International; and is home to two PATH Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructors [CTRI], three Equine Specialists in Mental Health and Learning [ESMHL]. Please refer to our Credentials for additional training and certifications that we recommend or may require depending on the role one is seeking.

Sours: http://www.equuvation.org/as-an-es-ctri
PATH CTRI Certification Video

Therapeutic Riding Instructor Training Course

Centenary University has a long tradition of preparing professionals for the Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) Industry. Today, we are pleased to offer a comprehensive Therapeutic Riding Instructor Training program, which is focused towards preparing for application and testing as a PATH Intl Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI). Our qualified and experienced PATH Intl. Mentor Instructors are thrilled to supporting you on your way to a dynamic career in the EAAT-Industry!

You can access our course brochure here. Note that we highly recommend volunteer experience at a therapeutic riding program prior to beginning the course, so a great way to get started can be to volunteer for TRAC!

Currently, our two-semester training program begins annually each September. The goal of the two-semesters of course work is to support you in acquiring a foundation knowledge related to therapeutic riding instruction, and on a practical level, to support your completion of all application requirements for CTRI testing. We also integrate test prep for the CTRI exam into the second semester of course work.

Our courses are small, fewer than 10 people, so you will receive a lot of hands-on experience and personalized professional mentoring, in addition to the classroom theory.

Centenary is a PATH Intl. Higher Education Member. This means that by enrolling with us, you are eligible to become a PATH Intl. Student Member. You can read more about the benefits to student members on the PATH Intl. website. Key benefits include: reduced membership fee, a reduced CTRI application and testing fee, reduced conference fees, and reduced fees for educational materials.

Our Instructor Training Program is directed by Karen Brittle, Assistant Professor of Equine Studies at Centenary University. Karen is a PATH Intl. Advanced Instructor with CTRI distinction, Lead Registered Level Evaluator, Mentor Instructor, and Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning (ESMHL). Contact Karen directly to discuss your professional and educational goals: [email protected] or (908) 852-1400, x 2174.

Sours: https://www.centenaryuniversity.edu/academics/undergraduate-studies/equine-studies/therapeutic-riding/therapeutic-riding-instructor-training-course/

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Video Tutorial: Transitioning to the PATH Intl. CTRI Credential 

Wondering how to transition to the PATH Intl. CTRI credential? Watch this short video tutorial to learn about the process.

Ready to Transition to the CTRI Credential?

Get started by completing payment for the CTRI Maintenance Fee to initiate enrollment in the online test. (Please allow 3 business days for enrollment.) Once you've successfully passed the test, fill out the CTRI Transition Form and email it to [email protected] to finish the transition process. It's that simple! Questions? Contact Brittney Holdman.

Study Tips for the PATH Intl. CTRI Certification Transition Test

Wondering how to prepare for the online 25 multiple-choice question test? See some study tips here.

Costs to Transition to the PATH Intl. CTRI Credential

See a breakdown of anticipated costs for completing the transition process here.

Former PATH Intl. Registered Therapeutic Riding Instructors

Have you completed transition to the PATH Intl. CTRI credential and are now the process of accruing the 120 teaching hours required to supervise the teaching hours of PATH Intl. CTRI applicants? 

Consider using our teaching hour tracking tool to ensure well organized and legible documentation in the event that you are requested to provide proof of your teaching hours during randomized audits by PATH Intl.

Wondering how you can support PATH Intl. CTRI applicants in the meantime? You can potentially supervise and sign-off on the following portions of the CTRI application:

Part I: Option A

Part II: Option A

Part IV: Option A

What's next?

Be prepared as a supervising instructor! Keep an eye out for more video tutorials on every step of the PATH Intl. CTRI application process so that you can confidently provide guidance to incoming instructors.

We are trying a new format to streamline PATH Intl. Trek to Accreditation communications. Are you a fan of this new format? Let us know! 
Sours: https://myemail.constantcontact.com/PATH-Intl--Trek-to-Accrediting-the-CTRI-Certification.html?soid=1102007024092&aid=5QVYK36_kRY
PATH CTRI Certification Video

Have you ever watched someone teach a horseback riding lesson? Have you ever admired the assurance of the instructor in the arena? What about the confidence and knowledge the instructor exhibits working with not only the rider but with the horse as well?

Have you ever wanted to be that person?

There is no better time than now to pursue your dreams of becoming a PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI), and the PATH Intl. CTRI Study Guide can help you on your way.

The comprehensive PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor Study Guide™ was created by a team of industry experts and is filled with important tips and tools to help candidates prepare for the CTRI test and their journey as an instructor. Included are chapters on equine management, participant and volunteer management, lesson management, risk management, riding theory, taking the CTRI exam and a glossary.

Anyone who endeavors to be certified by PATH Intl. will want a copy of this resource. The study guide is available in softcover and digital download formats through the PATH Intl. online store.

Make your dreams happen!

About PATH Intl.:
The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International® (PATH Intl.®) was formed in 1969. The organization leads the advancement of professional equine-assisted services (EAS) by supporting its members and stakeholders through rigorously developed standards, credentialing and education. At 881 member centers, more than 66,000 children and adults, including 6,200 veterans, may find improved health, wellness and a sense of pride, independence and fun through involvement with horses. EAS at member centers may include therapeutic or adaptive riding, interactive vaulting, driving, adaptive equestrian sport, equine-assisted learning and therapy services. Through a wide variety of educational resources, the association helps individuals start and maintain successful programs and professional careers. There are nearly 62,500 volunteers, 5,011 instructors, 7,800 equines and thousands of contributors from all over the world helping people at PATH Intl. Member Centers.

For more information, contact:
Cher Smith, Communications Specialist
(800) 369-7433, ext.123
csmith@pathintl.org

Sours: https://www.americanhorsepubs.org/newsgroup/29099/25145/

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PATH Intl. CTRI Study Guide Available

Have you ever watched someone teach a therapeutic horseback riding lesson? Have you ever admired the assurance of the instructor in the arena? What about the confidence and knowledge the instructor exhibits working with not only the rider but with the horse as well?

Have you ever wanted to be that person?

There is no better time than now to pursue your dreams of becoming a PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI). The new PATH Intl. CTRI Study Guide can help you on your way.

The comprehensive PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor Study Guide was created by a team of industry experts and is filled with important tips and tools to help candidates prepare for the CTRI test and their journey as an instructor. Included are chapters on equine management, participant and volunteer management, lesson management, risk management, riding theory, taking the CTRI exam and a glossary.

The study guide is available in print and digital download formats through the PATH Intl. online store.

About PATH Intl.

The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) was formed in 1969 to promote safety and optimal outcomes in equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) for individuals with special needs. At 873 member centers, nearly 69,000 children and adults, including more than 6,700 veterans, may find improved health, wellness, fun and a sense of pride and independence through involvement with horses. Therapeutic horsemanship at member centers may include hippotherapy, equine-facilitated mental health, driving, interactive vaulting, trail riding, competition, ground work and stable management. Through a wide variety of educational resources, the association helps individuals start and maintain successful EAAT programs. There are nearly 62,000 volunteers, 4,776 instructors, 7,943 equines and thousands of contributors from all over the world helping people at PATH Intl. Member Centers. 

Sours: https://stablemanagement.com


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