The Equestrian Australia NCAS Programs listed below have been endorsed by School Curriculum and Standards Authority under the category of Community Organisation!
This means that students undertaking the Program while in Year 10, 11 or 12 can count this learning towards their Senior Secondary Certificate being the Western Australian Certificate
of Education (WACE).
PROGRAM CODE PROGRAM TITLE
CEQIHM Introductory Horse Management
CEQHM1 Level 1 Horse Management
CEQHM2 Level 2 Horse Management
CEQIR Introductory Riding
CEQGR1 Level 1 General Riding
CEQDR1 Level 1 Dressage Riding
CEQDR2 Level 2 Dressage Riding
CEQJR2 Level 2 Jumping Riding
CEQER2 Level 2 Eventing Riding
CEQIC Introductory Coaching
POINTS ALLOCATED PER PROGRAM
The details for Equestrian WA program/s endorsed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) (previously Curriculum Council) are located on the Authorityï¿½s website at http://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/Apps/EP/display.aspx?type=1
Link to Registration Form (A) for EWA NCAS Schools Equestrian Education Program ....... please see bottom of page.
Resources: On Registration with the EWA Courses with Horses Schools Program, students can purchase Introductory Program workbooks directly from the EWA Office www.equestrianwa.org.au at 30% off the regular fees.
Enrolment: If a School delivers a program and would like their students to gain credit for the program, the school is required to enrol them with the School Curriculum and Standards Authority, validate the achievement certificate , and submit a result for the students.
If students are undertaking an endorsed program outside of normal school hours, the student should advise and check the school is able to enrol them with the School Curriculum and Standards Authority, validate the achievement certificate and report the result to the Authority
Enrolments due: For students to receive WACE recognition, schools will need to enrol students with the School Curriculum and Standards Authority by June each year for Year 12 and August for Year 10/11. Students can approach their schoolï¿½s Curriculum Deputy to enrol them to gain credits toward their Secondary Graduation within the year of enrolment. Students may commence a Course prior to /after enrolment though must complete Certificate within the same year of enrolment.
Achievement of a Program will earn points (5points = 1 unit equivalent) toward the WACE completion requirement.
Once completed, Students are responsible for taking EA NCAS Certificates awarded to their school as evidence of learning. Schools must keep a copy on file for audit purposes
Achievement must be reported by the 1st November (Yr 12) or 8th December (Yr 10 & 11)
On completion of Activity Assessments students should forward their Horse Management and/or Riding Certificates as evidence of attainment to EA National P O Box 673 Sydney Markets NSW 2129
|EWA NCAS Schools Education Program|
|Community Programs endorsed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority.|
Community Organisation || |
|EWA Courses with Horses|