Teaching Riding as a Career Ross Algar

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For any horsey minded person a teaching career can be one of the most satisfying jobs you can do. But where do you start? How do you ensure that you enjoy a successful career? Do you go self employed or join an establishment? All these questions and many more are answered in this new book by Ross Algar.

For anyone looking to become an instructor this book will rapidly become your bible, it is packed full of useful advice not just covering your teaching options (children, teens, adults) but also giving you advice on motivation for you and the rider, how to move up the ranks and most importantly how to recognise different learning types and how to teach each one successfully.

About the Author:
Ross started riding at age 4 and competed in his first 3 day event at age 8, at age 19 he joined The Kings Troop and rode as part of their display team, he then became an instructor at the Army School of Equitation at Melton Mowbray. After 12 years he decided to leave and become a freelance instructor, he is now an incredibly popular trainer and continues to compete himself.