Therapeutic Horsemanship Instructor Certification set for June |

Therapeutic Horsemanship Instructor Certification set for June

North Dakota State University and the Riding on Angels’ Wings (ROAW) therapeutic horseback riding program will co-host a Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) registered instructor certification July 19-20.

This event is for anyone who has completed phase one of the PATH Intl. registered instructor certification process or is retesting for certification.

The certification will be held at ROAW near Felton, Minn. Certification will begin at 4 p.m. July 19 and 9 a.m. July 20.

PATH Intl. promotes excellence in the field of equine-assisted activities and therapies through instructor education, center accreditation, educational opportunities and advocacy work. NDSU partners with ROAW and PATH Intl. to offer minor and certificate programs in therapeutic horsemanship.

The registration deadline for the certification is June 12. The cost is $375.

The fee includes lunch and snacks.

A downloadable registration form is available on the NDSU Equine Science Center

website,, under Upcoming Events.

For additional information, contact Erika Berg, assistant professor of equine studies at NDSU, at or 701-231-9611.

–NDSU Ag Communications