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PATH Driving Instructor Level ll knows all the information a Level l Instructor is required to know, and also has at least 400 hours in a turnout in various settings with different horses, can teach challenging and beneficial lessons to individuals...
ACTIVITY DIRECTOR CERTIFIED (ADC): One who meets NCCAP standards to direct an activity staff and program.
A PATH Advanced Level Certified Instructor is knowledgeable in horsemanship and understands disabilities and their relationship to therapeutic riding. This instructor is able to conduct safe, challenging and therapeutically effective lessons to...
The Activity Director Provisionally Certified is one who is working towards requirements to meet NCCAP standards for ADC certification.
PATH Master Level Instructor Certification is the highest certification level an instructor can achieve through NARHA. This program is designed for those instructors with career involvement in therapeutic riding. A NARHA Master Level Instructor has...
ACTIVITY CONSULTANT CERTIFIED (ACC): One who meets NCCAP standards to be a consultant or educator for an activity program, staff, or department.
A PATH Registered Level Instructor is able to conduct a safe, basic equestrian lesson to individuals with disabilities.
A MES is a fitness professional who not only works with the typical client looking to improve their health and fitness level; but who also has gained the knowledge and skills to work with clients who present a wide range of medical conditions.
minimum age 16, prerequisites: 5 hours of working with people with disabilities (in any capacity), no other certification required. Qualified to assist an instructor certified to teach people with disabilities as a sidewalker or horsehandler.

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