Tuesday, May 13 at 7pm Eastern
By Alison Plaza
Description: Are you facing a behavior difficulty with one of your horses?
Would you like some advise on training a young horse or re-training an older TR partner?
Are you unsure about a precaution or a contraindication of a specific client?
Have you reached a plateau with a rider and would like some ideas on how to continue his/her progress to meet those long term goals?
Would you benefit from learning some more about how to measure your riders’ progress and how to create more challenging lesson plans?
Are you puzzled by low volunteer retention? Do you need ideas on volunteer training that will help with retention?
Bring your questions on anything related to your EAAT’s program. Here’s an opportunity to have an educational exchange with a Master Instructor on any topic of your choice! Join us…!
Bio: Alison Plaza, is a PATH Master Instructor, IV Instructor, ESMHL, Apprentice Evaluator & Vaulting Committee member. Involved in EAAT’s for 11 years. An international level consultant & clinician assisting centers in all areas of program development offering continuing education for staff in equine management, volunteer recruiting, training & retention and many other areas including mentoring to the next level of certification.
Path Intl. Certified Master Instructor
Path Intl. Certified Interactive Vaulting Instructor
Path Intl. Certified Equine Specialist in Mental Health & Learning Certification
Member of the Path Intl. Interactive Vaulting Committee
Associate Faculty & Evaluator for TR Registered Level Certification
Associate Faculty & Evaluator for Interactive Vaulting Certification
2008 Path Intl. Region V Instructor of the Year
Special Olympics Coach
Presenter at National Conference
Published in Equine Related Magazines
British Horse Society Intermediate Instructor (BHSII)
Dressage trainer, coach & competitor to FEI levels
Dressage National Champion FEI Prix St George Level, 1984, Caracas, Venezuela.
Clinician in North America, South America & Europe