December 16, 2021

To celebrate the launch of the IEP course we’re offering to fund the course costs for 1 person who wouldn’t otherwise be able to attend. 

Working with horses, and running our own business is a dream for many of us. It’s never easy to make big changes to our lives particularly if we have responsibilities or lack the resources.

If you’ve always known you have what it takes to make the world a better place for horses, but need a little help to make that happen, you might be interested in the Financial Assistance place available for the Integrated Equine Podiatry course.

The place is available for anyone who isn’t in a financial position to undertake the training to become an Equine Podiatrist.

Terms and conditions apply. The Areion course costs, including mentoring costs are fully funded. You will still need to fund the costs tools, travel, accomodation and any extras incurred while studying.

To find out more about the scheme click here

About the author 

Amy Mitchell

Amy is a qualified Equine Podiatrist with a strong track record in helping owners improve their horses hoof health.

She owns and manages a small track system livery in Nottinghamshire where her own 4 horses also live.

Away from horses, Amy has 2 German Shepherd dogs that she enjoys training and has a weakness for salted caramel ice-cream!

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Integrated Equine Podiatry

A professional course that fits around your life, giving you the freedom to create a successful business doing what you love while empowering your clients to develop happy healthy horses from the hoof up.