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    03-13-2012, 09:15 AM
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Where can I find out more about the Friendship Training? Some link, official website, youtube channel, anything?
     
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    03-13-2012, 01:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Soulofhorse    
Where can I find out more about the Friendship Training? Some link, official website, youtube channel, anything?
The main website is at Friendship Training
There are links to videos from there.


There is also a Yahoo discussion group at Friendship_Training : Friendship_Training
It is an open list, anyone interested in finding kinder gentler ways with horses is welcome.

There is another discussion group at HorseConscious

If you go back to the previous page on this thread, there is a link to a video I recently put up of my horses & me.

Jerry and I are still in the early stages of Friendship Training, but gee, it has made such a difference to our confidence and trust. I can't believe how much calmer and relaxed and more confident I am, in the saddle and on the ground.

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Frances
     
    03-13-2012, 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by FrancesB    
The main website is at Friendship Training
There are links to videos from there.

Thanks a lot ;)
     
    04-30-2012, 11:11 AM
  #74
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A new horse joined our herd this week. I am not sure if it is because there were only three horses involved, or because of the personalities of the horses, or because I am doing FT with Jerry, but this is the first time a new horse has joined the herd without someone losing some fur.
     
    05-16-2012, 07:30 AM
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Teachers of Friendship’s schools are selected from the chars where the schools are located. They are required to have a certain level of education in order to be capable of teaching primary level classes. Through its training programme, Friendship provides every teacher a month-long basic training which includes orientation with the teaching methods, use of educational tools, and orientation with the curriculum. In addition to this, every month, teachers are required to attend a follow-up training for 3 days in one of the four centres located in Chilmari, Kurigram, Gaibandha and Kuakata. At the training teachers and supervisors develop monthly lesson plans, go through orientation on new ideas, report to the supervisor on the work in schools and participate in exercises to improve their teaching skills, among others.

Currently there are 78 teachers working with Friendship.
     
    05-16-2012, 06:11 PM
  #76
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This sounds a really interesting program. Is it training primary school teachers? The program I was talking about is about teaching horses.


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Teachers of Friendship’s schools are selected from the chars where the schools are located. They are required to have a certain level of education in order to be capable of teaching primary level classes. Through its training programme, Friendship provides every teacher a month-long basic training which includes orientation with the teaching methods, use of educational tools, and orientation with the curriculum. In addition to this, every month, teachers are required to attend a follow-up training for 3 days in one of the four centres located in Chilmari, Kurigram, Gaibandha and Kuakata. At the training teachers and supervisors develop monthly lesson plans, go through orientation on new ideas, report to the supervisor on the work in schools and participate in exercises to improve their teaching skills, among others.

Currently there are 78 teachers working with Friendship.
     



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