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To become an NARHA certified instructor, you'll need to have done a number of hours of teaching in a supervised setting. Become an NARHA certified instructor with help from a para riding instructor in this video on para riding certification.
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This is Priscilla Faulkner with "Horse Time." To become a NARHA certified instructor, an individual needs to have done a number of, a number of hours of teaching in a supervised setting. They need to have a variety of references. They have to take a written test. They have to take a NARHA instructor's approved course, and then they have to go through a rigorous testing procedure that includes teaching lessons, doing a riding test, and then being able to answer oral questions. They then can receive certification. There are two different levels of certification, the basic level, and then the advanced certification, and to maintain certification the NARHA instructors need to do yearly continuing education credits and maintain CPR certification. This is Priscilla Faulkner with "Horse Time."