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Clinton Answers Your Clinician Academy Questions

With so many horsemen around the world passionate about the Method, establishing a career teaching people and training horses using Clinton’s training approach has become popular. In fact, our office receives questions daily about the Clinician Academy and what a career with Downunder Horsemanship entails. So Clinton decided to sit down and take time to film answers to the most common questions sent to us. In the video, “Clinton Answers Clinician Academy Questions,” he also shares what he believes will help an eager horseman succeed in the program.

Horsemen attend the Clinician Academy to receive certification to use the Method and marketing by Downunder Horsemanship. There are three levels of certification: Method Ambassador, Certified Clinician and Professional Clinician. The first step to achieving certification is to attend the initial seven-week Academy course. Horsemen who graduate the course become Method Ambassadors and may be invited back to the ranch to continue their studies and receive further certification.

The spring Academy class is currently underway. Our next class will take place August 14th through September 29th at the Downunder Horsemanship facility in Farmington, Arkansas. A handful of participation spots are available for the course. Each class is limited to 10 horsemen to ensure that everyone receives the hands-on help they need. To learn more about the Academy and to download an application to attend, visit the Downunder Horsemanship website.