|The work of a horse riding instructor|
Training and Qualifications to become a Horse Riding Instructor:
Most Riding Schools require that instructors hold qualifications from the British Horse Society (BHS) or Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS).
Many Riding Schools offer training for grooms or apprenticeships to become a riding instructor.
There are various levels of British Horse Society qualifications and candidates are required to be a gold member of the British Horse Society in order to train and take the exams. The teaching qualifications of the British Horse Society are:
BHS Stage 2 plus the Preliminary Teaching Test - candidates must be 17
years or over
Initial Teaching Award - candidates must be 18 or over
1. Bitting Advice - Mouth Conformation
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