College Of West Anglia: September 2014- July 2015
City & Guilds, Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma In Horse Management, Grade Merit o Equine Sciences o Work related experience o Anatomy and physiology o Equine behaviour and welfare o Equine health and handling o Equine rehabilitation and therapy o Animal nutrition
Clipping, Bandaging Applying boots Preparing for travel Plaiting Grooming Tacking up (English style Application of studs for eventing Able/experienced driving 3.5T horse lorry Riding a range of horses from youngsters to riding school horses ODE’s and unaffiliated competitions across the country with my own horse Able to hack lunge (with/without aids) school and jump Hunting experience Making up feeds/haynets Turning out to high standards Administrating medication Yard clenliness Ability to work unsupervised People skills Punctual Reliable Team work/solo work Ability to work effectively under pressure Motivated Highly organised Trustworthy/approachable Basic equine first aid
I am a young and motivated individual who thrives on giving 100% customer satisfaction. I am looking to develop my career further within the equine sector. I am motivated by ensuring customers/employers are happy with my services and all animals I am responsible for have an excellent level of care and management, this is largely where my passion and desire comes from. I also enjoy working alone or with large/small groups of colleagues in order to achieve a similar outcome.
I have owned my own horses for the last 8 years and have been riding since the age of 8. I currently own a 16.3 competition horse who I have trained from a green 4yo to a talented 8 yo. We have moved up to ODE’s last season and have always been placed at 90cm and 100cm.
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to job interviews: 0
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to first days of job: 0
Number of Leaving without Notice: 0