At Level 2, you'll get an introduction to important topics in horse care. You might choose things like grooming and feeding horses, maintaining tack, riding and jumping and the basics of horse biology.
Depending on the size of qualification you choose, you might also do work experience and gain practical skills on the job.
At Level 3, you'll gain in-depth insight into the techniques and science of horse management. You might cover topics like table yard management, preparing horses for competitions and understanding genetics for horse breeding. You'll also gain plenty of practical experience in your choice of skills, from riding and exercising horses to teaching other people to ride.
You'll learn with your training provider - maybe through practical sessions, group discussions or assignments.
You'll be assessed on assignments, one for each unit you complete.
Which level is right for me?
You may be new to horse care or have some knowledge and basic skills. You want to develop your skills, perhaps to start work as a stable worker or riding school assistant or prepare for further training.
You may have some experience in horse care or have gained your Level 2 qualification. You want to develop the skills to be a more senior worker or manager working in a riding school or stable, or to prepare for higher-level training.