Emma Hamilton, EnJ Equine First Aid is a Equi-Health Certified instructor
Equi-Health Canada instructors undergo intensive training, testing, and must adhere to a high standard, keeping up with ongoing updates and methods as they are presented by the veterinarians on the Advisory Board. Their education continues as they remain with the organization.
They are under an instructor agreement with Equi-Health Canada and must retain their current and valid certification through a minimum number of teaching engagements per year, a strict code of ethics they must adhere to and they must hold current liability insurance.
A Horse Emergency can be a very scary situation!!
EnJ Equine First Aid is dedicated to helping horse lovers improve the health and safety of horses by providing the most up-to-date Equine First Aid teachings through a number of different hands-on and power point demonstrations, students will learn and go through a series of specific techniques for working with active medical problems a horse may have - from wound care, both pre- and post-vet visit, eye injuries and treatment, digestive distress issues including colic, breathing issues and common hoof conditions horse owners may have to encounter.
Prevention is also as important as knowing all the first aid procedures, and knowing a horse's vital signs is a huge part of this. You will learn, hands-on, how to take a full set of vital signs, so you, along with your vet will know sooner rather than later that something is wrong with your horses overall health condition.
Emma Hamilton, owner of "EnJ Equine First Aid Training" in the Fraser Valley is certified through Equi-Health and is the Canadian National Organization responsible for providing equine first aid training to horse enthusiasts of all ages, abilities and disciplines- and we will do everything we can to exceed your expectations.