We’ve entered the seventh week of the 2020 Clinician Academy, and that means the pressure is on for horsemen enrolled in the course. The 16 horsemen are in the midst of completing their practical exams, showing Clinton how well they can execute each of the Fundamentals level exercises in hopes of becoming Method Ambassadors.
Yesterday, the horsemen finished the groundwork portion of testing, and today they are riding their horses in front of Clinton. In order to receive certification as Method Ambassadors, the horsemen need to earn at least a B+ average.
Earlier in the course, all of the students passed the theory exam, which tested their knowledge of the philosophy behind the Method.
A graduation ceremony will be held on Wednesday evening to celebrate the entire class and recognize the individuals who will become our newest Method Ambassadors.
Next year’s Clinician Academy is full, and applications are being taken now for the 2022 course. The 2021 and 2022 courses are limited to 10 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. To learn more about the Clinician Academy, visit the Downunder Horsemanship website.