Riding Instructor Workshop’s 4th Annual Seminar
Who: For riding instructors who want to learn how to run a world class riding program and increase revenues.
What: The Riding Instructor Workshop’s 4th Annual Seminar
Why: Because riding is your passion and now you want to make it a profitable business venture
When: February 9, 10 and 11th
Where: Hosted by Betsy Webb of the Louisville Equestrian Center at the Historic Rock Creek Riding Club
3114 Rock Creek Dr, Louisville, KY 40207
$499 Full 3-day Seminar
$250 Full 3-day Seminar for Equestrian College Students
$175 / per day
Bring your instructor and save: $50 off second registration from the same stable
2018 will be the fourth annual Riding Instructor Workshop. 2012 year was the inaugural event with over 20 instructors and trainers from all over the country (AZ, IL, IN, VA, WV, CA, AL, and KY). Each year our numbers have grown and more and more instructors from across the country have benefitted from this workshop series. Learning, sharing, and networking on topics all relevant to the start-up, management and success of a riding lesson program.
Marketing topics (building a “whale”, free marketing, social media tips, and much more), insurance, websites, advertising, finding and hiring instructors, charging clients, and how to make money were just some of the topics covered in 2012. Business professionals from outside of the horse industry included marketing, social media, websites, and financial issues.
Feedback from our 2016 seminar was incredible. I hope to have another enthusiastic group in 2018. Join us for a weekend of learning, sharing, and networking.
Whether you are a veteran riding instructor with 40+ years of experience with your own program, an exhausted instructor looking for inspiration, a brand new 20-something instructor needing confirmation on her teaching or trainer needing to increase their client base, this seminar if for you.
Join us for a unique experience to learn, gather, network and share thoughts, plans and inspiration on your lesson program or stable.
Photos of our 2016 Workshop