Our Colic Course is now UK Rural Skills Accredited

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We are very pleased to announce that our Equine Colic- Horse Owners Online CPD course has passed the strict requirements accreditation requirements of UK Rural Skills and is now fully a certified award.

As many of you know we made the decision this year for all of our courses to be fully certified as we want our students to achieve national certification from a recognised accreditation organisation.

This course has been updated for 2021and is now ready for launch.  We review all of our courses yearly to ensure we are still delivering the most up to date material.

Course Contents

This equine CPD course has been  developed specifically for horse-owner to improve their knowledge and understanding  about equine colic.

The course investigates the following:  

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Digestive Tract
  • Aetiology of Colic
  • Classifications of Colic
  • Signs of Colic 
  • Colic Emergency First Aid Action
  • Colic Surgery

All the material is available for you to access online via our E-horse Learn online course system and you can start immediately. It is designed to allow you to cover short bursts of education when you can fit it in and is available to be accessed via mobiles and tablets.  To achieve UKRS Certification, there is an online MCQ Assessment is completed at the end of the course. 

Re-launch Pricing


We would love you all to try this course and it is available now for the relaunch price of £18.

Remember one of our main ethos’ are to ensure equality and accessibility for all by maintaining low cost provision– we want everyone to learn.

For any students who have previously completed the course and would now like to achieve UKRS Certification, please do contact us  admin@e-horse.co.uk regarding gaining the new certification status.  

If you would like to learn more about our awarding institution UK Rural Skills and the courses they offer  please visit their website.

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