Professional Development and a touring vacation means a stress relieving opportunity to better yourself!
Professional Development and continuing your education within the workforce have proven time and time again to enhance the success of a business. There are many clear benefits for increasing your skills and keeping up to date on current issues and solutions within the workplace environment. However, one benefit to professional development services that many overlook is the opportunity to interact with other like-minded people and share experiences with them.
In our increasingly global community, whether working within your team or interacting with other businesses and organizations, cultural gaps are bound to arise. In fact, according to a recent study through Statistics Canada, from 2011 forward, the majority of new hires will be from the immigrant talent pool.
There is no one more familiar with the positive outcomes from equine assisted training than Dr. Annemieken Van Reepingen, KIVIK founder and HorseDream licensed professional.
Equine-assisted learning may be a “new” concept to many, but it’s evident success and progress is undeniable. Just ask the medical students at Stanford University, who have had the benefit of a “Medicine and Horsemanship” course since 2006.