BHS Training Manual for Stage 3 and PTT
Written for the BHS by a chief examiner and based on the latest syllabus (extensively revised in 2002), this training manual provides clear guidelines on the requirements of the Stage 3 and PTT examinations. The manual fully describes the level of practical and theoretical knowledge required for each exam and how candidates should train to ensure competence in every section of the Stage 3 and PTT syllabus. It also offers advice on successful exam technique - what to wear, how to present yourself, and how to deal with problems encountered on the day; exam procedure for Stage 3 and PTT exams - in all ridden, practical, oral and written sections; and what examiners are looking for. In short, how to pass the exams - first time.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 177 x 234 x 17mm | 628g
- 01 Sep 2002
- Quiller Publishing Ltd
- Kenilworth Press Ltd
- Haslemere, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Part 1 - Stage 3 1.1 Riding on the Flat 1.2 Jumping 1.3 Horse Knowledge and Care - Theory 1.4 Horse Knowledge and Care - Practical 1.5 Horse Knowledge and Care - Practical Oral 1.6 Horse Knowledge and Care - Lungeing Part 2 - The Preliminary Teaching Test 2.1 The Class Lesson 2.2 The Theory of Teaching 2.3 The Lunge Lesson 2.4 The Lead Rein Lesson 2.5 Sports Psychology 2.6 Lecturette and Written Paper Appendices
About Islay Auty
The author Islay Auty, is a Fellow of the British Horse Society, a chief examiner, and Chairman of BHS Training and Education. She is also a coach, dressage judge and competitor. A freelance instructor, she has over twenty years' experience of training career students and competition partnerships, and teaches both in the UK and overseas.