FAQ


Q. What makes Quantum Savvy Horsemanship different?

Q. What is Quantum Savvy Horsemanship?
A. QS is a people training program with awesome student support.

Q. What is Release Focused Training?
A. RFT is training mainly for the person (a little for the horse) teaching them how and when to offer release and as the name says focusing on giving the horse release rather than the traditional pressure or discomfort training. RFT builds rapport, motivation and connection with horses.

Q. Who is behind QS and what makes them different?
A. Shane and Meredith Ransley started QS back in 1996, they discovered the “Release Focused Training” method and the now famous homework cards that come with each of the modules in the program.
Release Focused Training has been so successful that it is now used in all the QS horsemanship and horse training courses. QS also have a great team of dedicated instructors and practice group organizers to support students world wide. Student support is a major focus at QS Horsemanship.

Q. How does it work?
A. Choose a membership, Gold is best if you have good internet connection as it gives you access to all your horsemanship modules online.
Another great option is the Silver membership which still gives you access to upload your assignments for coaching, after you are a silver member go to your account page and purchase your module and we will post you a USB with your module content on it so no need to download, you will also get online access to that module.
There are live events to help you along also.

Q. What course should I do?
A. We recommend starting with “Module 1” even if you are experienced just to make sure you are prepared and that nothing has been missed, which may let you down in the higher levels.

Q. How long does it take?
A. If you can average around 4 hours practice a week you will see great progress within 6 weeks.

Q. What are assignments and do you have to do them?
A. Throughout the QS Horsemanship courses you will be given a series of practical horsemanship tasks (assignments) to show your instructor (usually by upload to our website) so they can give you feedback and coaching to keep you progressing and avoid pitfalls. No you don’t have to do them but hey! we are in it to stay safe and have fun and assignments help you with that too!

Q. Can I use an un-started horse (never been ridden)
A. It can be done BUT it is best to practice with an educated horse for your first time through the program then bring your other horses through. This keeps everyone safer and having more fun.

 

If you have some more questions you can email us here, we look forward to chatting with you soon.
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Admin March 28, 2013 Uncategorized