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Professional Practitioner Certification Requirements

CERTIFIED EQUI-BOW PRACTITIONER PROGRAM (CEBP) DSC00451

The following requirements must be completed to attain the Certified Equi-Bow Practitioner  Certificate: (CEBP)

  • EB100 Series: Foundation Course: Hind End, Midsection & Neck Procedures (3 days)
  •              (Prerequisite to the EB 200-700 Series)
  • EB200 Series: Advanced Hind End Procedures  (3 days)
  • EB300 Series: Advanced Midsection Procedures (3 days)
  • EB400 Series: Advanced Front Limb Procedures (3 days)
  • EB500 Series: Advanced Head & Neck Procedures (3 days)
  • EB600 Series: Balanced Hoof Protocol:601 is required (1 day, option for advanced)
  • EB700 Series: Saddle Fitting: 701 is required (1 day, option for advanced course)
  • EB800 Series: Certification Review & Exam (3 days)
  • Completion of recognized equine anatomy & physiology course
  • Submission of equine case studies

Continuing Education Units (CEU’s)

To assure our practitioners maintain the highest standards of proficiency in their practice, all graduates must complete at least 16 hours of instruction or review of horse content every two years. Any repeated unit/days can be taken (at half price) towards fulfillment of CEU requirements.

Please note:

Equi-Bow Canada is dedicated to producing professional level graduates with a high degree of understanding of horses and Equi-Bow techniques; additional days of equine training may be required for those students who need more “horsemanship” time. Horsemanship skills will be continuously assessed throughout the program and programs will be developed or suggested in order to fill the needs of the students.

All educational programs should be constantly evolving and upgraded; therefore, course information or requirements could be subject to change without notice.

Equi-Bow Canada holds no responsibility nor liability for any graduate other than assuring they have been tested and have shown proficiency in applying the course content. Equine practitioners hold their own indemnity insurance to work on animals and/or humans.