Unit Award Scheme

114025 CARING FOR RESCUED HORSES: CLICKER TRAINING

In successfully completing this unit, the Learner will have

Evidence needed

shown knowledge of

1two advantages and two disadvantages of clicker training a horseSummary sheet
2how they might use clicker training as a training methodSummary sheet
3two examples of different uses of clicker trainingSummary sheet
4how to use a clicker or verbal cue when training a horseSummary sheet and/or student completed work
5how to use cue and reward at the appropriate time when training a horseSummary sheet and/or student completed work
6the need to troubleshoot problems that can occur during clicker trainingSummary sheet
7the need to work at the horse's pace during clicker trainingSummary sheet

demonstrated the ability to

8use horse records to check on a horse's previous training regimeSummary sheet and/or student completed work
9clicker train a horse to touch a targetSummary sheet and/or student completed work
10move a horse on from clicker cues to verbal cues when trainingSummary sheet and/or student completed work

experienced

11target training a horseSummary sheet
12clicker training a horseSummary sheet
13using horse recordsSummary sheet
14working safely, calmly and considerately with horses.Summary sheet

All outcomes recorded on an AQA Summary Sheet

Approved 29 September 2020Level - Level One