Equine-Facilitated Learning Certification: Module 2

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Equine-Facilitated Learning Certification: Module 2

February 5

Herd institute, EFPL, equine assisted therapy, EAP, EFP, EFL, training, certification, Veronica Lac, HERD

Equine-Facilitated Learning Online Certification  Module 2: Relating

Begins: February 5, 2018


EAP Training,Herd institute, EFPL, equine assisted therapy, EAP, EFP, EFL, training, certification, Veronica Lac, HERD

This module runs from February 5 – 26, 2018

Module 2: Relating

The HERD Institute EFL Certification equips practitioners with the breadth and depth of knowledge, skills, and ethical guidelines required to incorporate horses into their specific scope of practice. The program is structured to provide the philosophical, theoretical, and experiential foundations for participants to integrate into their own personal philosophy. The aim is to support and inspire a new generation of practitioners to find their own unique style of bringing horses into their clients’ lives to facilitate profound learning and growth.

Module 2 topics include:

  • The philosophical foundations of The HERD Model of EFL
  • Stage Two: Relating
    • The Relational Process
    • Relating to the Participants
    • Relating to the Horses

The module comprises of weekly video presentations and required reading, and short weekly assignments. The program is designed to be accessible and flexible so that you can study at your own pace, while also benefitting from support and discussions generated within the online learning platform with other participants.


The HERD Institute Equine-Facilitated Learning (EFL) Certification is designed to offer training to certified life coaches, licensed educators, organizational leaders, trainers, and human resource professionals who are interested in incorporating horses into their work. The program is also open to equine-specialists and professionals interested in developing an equine-facilitated program. Graduate students may also apply. Admission to the training program will be at the discretion of the HERD faculty.


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Dr. Veronica Lac