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CHA Certification

CHA Certification is a process that instructors and other equestrian professionals must go through in order to become certified to teach at a certain level. Certification is one of the main benefits the Certified Horsemanship Association provides to members.

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CHA Certified Instructors Share What Their CHA Certification Has Done for Them

Posted on July 29, 2016 05:36 pm

CHA Certified Instructors are passionate about their work, their students, and about CHA. We asked several CHA Certified Instructors to share how their CHA Certification has changed their career, and we received some great responses...Click on the headline above to read the full post.

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Evolution of Certified Horsemanship Association: Beginnings to Today’s Programs and Accomplishments

Posted on December 1, 2015 07:58 pm

The Certified Horsemanship Association’s 50th Anniversary will be in 2017, and even though we are just a little over a year out, we can celebrate what CHA has accomplished in its amazing history to-date. CHA has a long history of involvement with certifying riding instructors and has certified over 25,000 individuals since its beginning in 1967. The organization currently serves around 3,500 active members, which include individual members and equine facility members such as universities, colleges, trail ride operations, breed and discipline barns, non-profits, and others in the horse industry...Click on the headline above to read the full post.

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What to Expect During a CHA Certification Clinic

Posted on May 27, 2015 05:06 pm

The Certified Horsemanship Association’s Certification Clinic season is currently under way for those who want to get certified or renew a certification as a riding instructor, camp staff, equestrian program staff, a vaulting or driving instructor, equine facility manager, and/or a therapeutic riding instructor. Learn more about what a CHA Certification Clinic involves and how an instructor is certified...Click on the headline above to read the full post.

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