Online Safeguarding Training
for Equestrians

100,000+ individuals trained since 2007

Accredited by the British Equestrian Federation

Recognised by the British Horse Society

Online management system for organisations

Bulk discounts available

Meets key safeguarding inspection requirements

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Not sure which course you need?

Equestrian Basic Safeguarding Awareness

    

Equestrian Advanced
Safeguarding

    

Equestrian Advanced Safeguarding for Safeguarding Officers

    

Our selection of online safeguarding training courses has been developed specifically to meet the needs of the equestrian sector. These courses are written in association with the British Equestrian Federation and are recognised by the British Horse Society.

We provide online safeguarding training, covering both child and adult protection, for anyone who works or volunteers in the equestrian sector. We offer both introductory and advanced safeguarding courses depending on your role.  Our courses save you money and ensure that you don’t have to close your riding centre or lose out on valuable time attending face-to-face training. Our online courses deliver high-quality safeguarding training, with scenarios and downloadable content specific to equestrians.

Our courses are written in line with key safeguarding requirements for Ofsted, the British Equestrian Federation and equivalent governing bodies, and are updated frequently to meet legislation changes.

Please browse the individual course pages for more information, frequently asked questions and pricing details.

Customers Trust Us

5 star review

"I was impressed with this course. It had a great balance between adults and children safeguarding and was easy to follow and understand. The questions made sense and they were not designed to trick people or confuse you. Overall it was a really good course."

Nikki Daly, British Showjumping

5 star review

"Excellent training and course content, highly recommended."

John Collier, Blackdyke Farm Riding and Competition Centre