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READ MORE – ID8 Entry Requirements & more etc.

ID8 – ID + Livery Yard Managers course

Entry Requirements:

  • Minimum age 16 yrs
  • Motivation and keen interest in horses and nutrition
  • Good research skills required throughout
  • Enrolling someone else:
    • If enrolling & paying for someone else – please see last few paragraphs of this page
  • Read Course Info pages and Terms and Conditions

Payment / Course file delivery

  • Online enrolments in full will immediately be sent a limited time file download link. You need to download your course file before it expires.
  • Payment in full or
  • Instalment options as follows
    •  UK bank account holders only – Standing order set up is required prior to activation. Detailed form is provided when you complete checkout & pay first instalment payment.
    • Paypal:  We do not accept student initiated card or monthly Paypal payments. An alternative is 4 only Paypal recurring instalment payments which can only be set up by us via our office which incurs a small fee.
    • At checkout, if relevant, UNTICK  ‘student details different from billing’ which avoids completing your details twice.

At checkout

    • If paying for yourself, at checkout  UNTICK  ‘student details different from billing’ which avoids having to complete your details twice
    • If paying for someone else note the last few paragraphs on this page.  The student /s MUST (on the same day) contact us directly from their own email address.  They must state their name and address, details of the course on which you are enrolling them and must provide details of the person/organisation paying for their course.

Study Procedures:

We prefer students taking this programme to have working knowledge of good equine management. For the specialist course material to have sufficient clarity to the student undertaking a 3 course programme, and to ensure a good grounding in all round equine management, at least 3 Study Packs (modules) of the Level 1 Equine Care & Management course must be completed before working seriously on the specialist course SC8.

Final assignments:

The final Section of the specialist course may be requested from the Lingfield Admin office on completion of the final Level 1 Final Assignment, and the final SC8 Assignment should preferably be sent in only on completion of Level 2.

Lingfield has been recognised as an industry established course provider since 1996. Trade Member of BHS & BETA. Well qualified BHS instructors/tutors. Member of the Register of UK Learning Providers.

Ideal for  NVQ   :   BHS Stages   :   ABRS Levels   :   UK Coaching qualifications   :   Livery Yard Managers

Tutor SC8 : Hannah Haskew

Tutor Levels 1 & 2    Paula Clements or Fiona Dent

Entry Requirements

  • Minimum age 16 yrs
  • Experience in all round equine management & good handling ability
  • Good research skills required throughout
  • Online enrolment payments in full will activate immediately & are sent a limited time file download link. You need to download your course file before it expires. 

    • If paying for yourself, at checkout  UNTICK  ‘student details different from billing’ which avoids having to complete your details twice
    • If paying for someone else note the last few paragraphs on this page.  The student /s MUST (on the same day) contact us directly from their own email address.  They must state their name and address, details of the course on which you are enrolling them and must provide details of the person/organisation paying for their course.

Delivery of course material:

To your email address.

Note:  Depending on how you complete the online enrolment forms, a link to first course files may be sent either to the Billing email address or to the student.  

If you are paying for someone else and the text link email is sent to your address, you must forward the email to the student immediately – before the download link expires.

  • If you do not receive an email after 30 minutes, check your spam folder / mail the office – if we are open we will handle it as soon as possible.

Instalments – during the enrolment process you will receive an email giving instructions on setting up the payments – these instructions & standing order must be completed prior to starting your course.

How are files sent: 

All course material sent via pdf files.
Initial file on enrolment if paid in full. Next file @ minimum 14 day interval.

Initial file for instalment payments will only be sent once the payment plan is set up and confirmed as per Enrolment Instructions email sent on initial payment.

See main Course Info page for full delivery details including fast track option.

In line with most national college courses, file/module delivery is via pdf files. Requires use of Free App: Adobe Reader for windows or ipad.

Full details here https://www.horse-care.co.uk/information/course-files-sent/

Beneficial to successful completion of the course is:  a keyboard, and a printer if you prefer to work from the printed page (average use: 1 toner / 2 cartridge); An internet connection via computer/similar device enabling completion of assignments and access to Lingfield’s online cloud system for tutor checked assignments.

Restrictions to course files apply on a monthly/payment basis with instalment plans, and to specialist courses within an ID programme.
Completion restrictions may occasionally apply with government funding.

Before paying you will be asked to tick that you have read the Terms & Conditions –

if paying for someone else ticking this box this means you agree to be sure they have read and will agree to abide by all Procedures and the Terms & Conditions. Printable copies are available via the Terms & Conditions page.

NOTE: Students must contact us personally during the enrolment process via their own email address with their own and the billing partners name and details to enable us to activate their course fully.

Access to course files for visually impaired – available on request.

The fee for this programme is subsidised by Lingfield Correspondence.

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