The project has extended and developed the skills and competencies of the educators

Within the project meetings the educators have improved their capacity to carry out effective training. The partner organizations have identified models of good practice and key elements (document) in the delivery and execution of EAS/VET. The information obtained has been disseminated within each partner organisation and internationally with other groups working towards similar objectives. 

During the project, “The framework to compare different education/training curricula” as well as an “Illustrated model of Equine assisted services” were created and used to further the learning of the partners. These tools help to provide transparency for education.

Common terminology was used to communicate internationally during the project. 

The teamwork was successful throughout the project despite cultural differences. The linguistic skills of the participants have improved, along with their confidence in communication skills. Diversity and inclusion were evident throughout the lifetime of the project and respect for different working practices.

Below are the tools created during the project:

Results- Illustration of the field of Equine Assisted Services
Results of identification the key elements
The results of comparison of different education_training curricula