Please print a new How to Host packet for any courses to be held in 2013.
New for 2013 – Any facility hosting an AHA Education Course must be an AHA Facility Level Member.
Step One: Once the requirements have been reviewed, the proposed host facility should contact and contract with an AHA Faculty member.Step Two: Once a date and schedule exist, please contact the AHA office via email to reserve the faculty member/dates and submit the application to host for the course. Advertising brochures and facility insurances, are required to be received back at the AHA offices within five working days. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS: AHA Education course hosting facilities MUST provide insurance naming AHA as an additional insured with respects to the course event – for those specific course dates. Typically, an additional $35 – $50 fee will be required by your insurer to make this addition, which will then be in effect for the event and subsequent AHA events for the term of the policy.
At this time, please contact the AHA office via phone, 877-851-4592, or via email at email@example.com if you need additional information regarding these changes.
Several policy changes are being rolled out for courses in 2013. Please review your How to Host packet carefully and contact the AHA office if you have any questions. Please note for ALL courses, only paid attendees will receive certificates of course completion.
- The Communication Connection
- The Core Connection
- The Neuro Connection
- Level I Equine Skills and Treatment Principles
- Level II Equine Skills and Treatment Principles
- The Horse Connection – Long Lining
- The Sensory Connection
- The Business Aspects of Hippotherapy / not available at this time
These are pdf documents which require that you have Adobe Reader installed on your computer. If you do not have Adobe Reader, it is available for download.
Sample Course Brochures
These are Word.docx samples of brochures for the Level l and Level ll Courses. Please note that the following information in these samples must be included in your course brochure:
- A $125 difference in attendance costs for non-members vs AHA members
- Course Description
- Course Objectives
- Dates of the Course
- Cancellation policy
- Statement referring to these courses being mandatory to become eligible for PATH, Intl Registered Therapist status
- Faculty Bios
- Registration Information
- Information on the Level ll Brochure with respect to prerequisites of clinical hours and taking the Level l Course
You may design any advertising or brochure that you prefer, however, you must still incorporate the required elements as laid out above.
If you would prefer to have this document mailed to you, please contact the AHA, Inc. office at firstname.lastname@example.org — the content will be exactly the same as the content you can download here.
American Hippotherapy Association, Inc.
PO Box 577
Lafayette, CO 80026