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Event ID 126599

Angelo Telatin Fbhs Learning Theory and Shaping Behaviour

The British Horse Society South West

Wed 10 Jan
The Unicorn Equestrian Centre, Netherswell Manor, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cheltenham, GL54 1JZ
GL54 1JZ


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Learning Theory And Shaping Behaviour To Improve The Wellbeing And Training Of The Horse' With Angelo Telatin FBHS A Toolkit For Empowering The Equestrian We are delighted to host a day in the South West with Angelo Telatin FBHS as part of his UK-wide tour with The British Horse Society. Angelo Telatin is a Professor at Delaware Valley University Equine Science and Management program, is a British Horse Society Fellow and a PhD in Equine Behaviour and Training. His research focus is in the Comparison between Equine Training Techniques and the Psychology of Learning. This unique life experience allowed him to fuse his academic discoveries in animal learning with the empirical knowledge of horse training techniques, bringing about a homogeneous and effective training protocol. Theory without practice useless, practice without theory, senseless. This course is aimed at equestrians of all levels whether you are a rider, trainer, coach, owner or just have an interest in the wellbeing and training of a horse. The content of the day will include: Using learning theory to shape behaviour, including pressure and release and positive and negative reinforcement Application of learning theory in hand (dealing with issues such as needle shy, spray shy, difficult to worm, loading and mounting, etc) Application of learning theory in the ridden horse, both on the flat and over fences (tension in new environments, spooking, etc) Developing positive partnerships in the horse human relationship from grassroots to professional. This day will count as 6 CPD Points for BHS Accredited Professional Coaches. DRAFT PROGRAMME 0930: Registration and refreshments 1000: Introduction and aims for the day - Putting learning theory into practice - Shaping behaviour 1030: Using pressure release � in hand examples dealing with issues such as needle shy, spray shy, difficult to worm, loading and mounting, etc 1145: Flatwork demo 1 � for example connection and horse behind the leg, etc 1215: Flatwork demo 2 1245: Lunch 1330: Introduce jumping - connection/rhythm/rushing 1345: Jumping exercises demo 1 � using learning theory for improvement/connection 1415: Jumping exercises demo 2 1445: Jumping exercises demo 3 1515: Discussion and questions 1600: Finish As an introduction, before this event, there will be two virtual events to introduce the theory before this practical event. For further details on these webinars and to book, please use the following links:- Horse/Human Bond - Theory Part 1 with Angelo Telatin FBHS Horse/Human Bond - Theory Part 2 with Angelo Telatin FBHS Instructions The day will be taking place in the indoor arena and you will be seated throughout the day. Due to the time of year, please wear warm clothing and bring any blankets or cushions with you to help make your day more comfortable. There will be no catering facilities available on the day so please bring a packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day. To help reduce waste of disposable cups, please bring a travel mug with you. This day will count as 6 CPD points for BHS Accredited Professional Coaches. You will be sent an email after the event with a link to claim your points.