Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) Canada provides quality instruction to those working in the EAL Field. EAL Canada delivers a leading-edge approach to equine assisted learning programs, ensuring graduates have all the tools required to become successful EAL practitioners.
Changing Lives Through Horses
Based on what the H.O.R.S.E.S teach us
Honesty and Integrity
EAL Canada has an established Code of Ethics and Professional Standards for the company and for their graduates. Confidential information will be treated with respect and honesty, and will not be shared with others unless required by law, or for the physical safety of the client or other person. Integrity of their programs and the conduct of their graduates is of utmost importance.
EAL Canada encourages on-going training, being open minded when research provides new tools that can be shared with their graduates. EAL practitioners are encouraged to embrace new ideas and incorporate them into their business.
All clients and horses will be treated with respect and compassion, considering their physical and psychological well-being. EAL Canada understands the depth of emotion clients may feel and is empathetic to each situation. Practitioners are also respectful of the horse, knowing there is an impact on the horse in EAL situations.
EAL Canada practitioners are given tools that encourage self-motivation. Whether it is starting a business, growing a business or expanding services, EAL Canada provides support to their graduates. Continued education and training is encouraged through on-line courses, new research regarding EAL and participation in other EAL Canada courses.
EAL Canada maintains social media centers that encourage their graduates to support one another through sharing in the excitement of lives impacted, goals reached and business successes.
EAL Canada recognizes that we have a responsibility to this earth and its inhabitants. God has gifted us with horses that are willing to help humans on their journey. We honor His creation and accept the responsibility to help those who chose to travel a path that includes time with horses.