Continuing Education (CEUs)
Continuing education hours are referred to as clock hours. Continuing education activities can be any educational event that you attend, which will benefit you in your work as a therapeutic riding instructor, and are not limited to those sponsored by Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.). Click here for more information.
The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) Higher Education Membership positions colleges and universities that incorporate PATH Intl. instructor training certification within their curricula as some of the best resources for the student population. Click here for more information.
PATH Intl. offers four online courses to our members that cover issues related to PATH Intl. Instructor Certification and PATH Intl. Centers. Click here for more information.
Approved Training Courses (ATCs)
One of the most effective and comprehensive ways to prepare for PATH Intl. instructor certification is to attend a course at a PATH Intl. center offering an Approved Training Course (ATC). These carefully screened training sites have developed an intensive education curriculum that educates participants and offer classroom learning and hands-on experience with horses and riders. Offered for both the Registered and Advanced Certification, the courses are particularly effective and user friendly in that they culminate with an opportunity to complete the PATH Intl. certification as part of the program. Click here for more information.
The following documents are the result of the work done by the PATH Intl. Faculty Development Task Force over the past couple of years. The goal of the task force has been to clairfy and standardize PATH Intl. faculty processes and procedures among all disciplines and to improve the overall quality of education provided by ensuring that all PATH Intl. faculty exhibit excellence.
PATH Intl. Faculty Application Process
PATH Intl. Faculty Application
PATH Intl. Faculty Feedback Form
PATH Intl. Faculty Requirements Recommendations
PATH Intl. Driving and Interactive Vaulting Survey Summary 2014