All Inclusive Horsemanship

Club Credits

All Inclusive Horsemanship designed a system for adults, with either a minimum of two years equestrian experience, or a skill related to teaching or gymnastics, to earn club credits in exchange for their time. Club Credits can be traded for lessons with a certified coach. Certain assistant positions require a criminal record check, a resume, and 5 reference phone numbers.

This is how it works:

With your assistance in a private, semi-private, or group lesson you earn 20 club credits. These club credits are added onto your club credit account and you can exchange them for private lessons. For a 30 min private lesson you need 40 club credits and $25 to pay the horse and arena usage.

Mentor Program:

Your involvement in the Club Credit program may inspire you to become a certified coach yourself. All Inclusive Horsemanship offers mentoring for candidates of the Equine Canada and National Coach Certification Program (NCCP). We can help you prepare for the assessment to certify as an Assistant Instructor, Instructor of Beginners, and English Coach 1.

High School Credits:

High school students, please note that you can get school credits for graduation through Horse Council BC by passing rider or vaulter levels. Not only does this lighten your workload in high school, but also gives you a significant advantage in working towards your coaching career.  

Useful links:

Horse Council BC at
National Coaching Certificate Program at
Equine Canada at



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