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Posted by Equestrian Northern Territory on 14/10/2020.

Skills Specific Training and Assessment Accreditation

Over the last two days ENT has had the pleasure in assisting EA Level 2 Dressage Specialists and EA Level 1 General Riding Coach, Vanessa Lines undertake a Skills Specific Training and Assessment (SSTA) accreditation course.

Before we go further a massive thankyou to Sam Duffy and her team at Equestrian Queensland (EQ), Kellie Hayes EA Pathways Officer - Coaching and Simon Kale EA Coach Educator, for stepping outside the box, working tirelessly to deliver this opportunity via virtual means - a first, well done, congratulations!

A massive thank you also to Jacqui Goold who was our demo rider, who undertook assessments for Intro Riding and Horse Management.

Jacqui is a long-term member of our equestrian community with vast knowledge competing, training, and caring for horses in the NT.

Jacqui would love to share her knowledge and passion with other riders and by completing these EA coaching modules she has commenced her pathway to becoming an EA Coach.

We look forward to announcing a new coach in the NT soon!

Vanessa is a well-established identity as a coach in the NT. However, this accreditation once completed will assist new coaches starting out.  This is not only exciting for ENT but also a first to have an SSTA available locally in the NT!  To have someone locally be able to assess and sign off on assessment slips is a big leap for the NT!

If you are interested in commencing your coaching pathway please don't hesitate to contact us [email protected] or 0497 303 535 or alternatively email [email protected] 

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