How To Apply
Do you dream of a career associated with Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship, helping others develop safe and trusting partnerships with their horses? Innovation, inspiration and instruction are core defining principles of Downunder Horsemanship, and in keeping with them, Clinton is introducing the Certified Clinician Academy. The Academy presents highly motivated individuals with a business opportunity to become certified by Clinton to teach the Method. Clinton is offering the opportunity to be among the few who will earn the title of Certified Clinician, and enjoy the prestige, profile and benefits of the marketing power that come with his brand of horsemanship.
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Whether you dream of becoming a Certified Clinician or a Method Ambassador, the application process is the same and is on a first-come, first-served basis. To ensure students receive the most hands-on support, class size is limited to 15 individuals. Tuition is $17,500, no matter which course of study you choose. To reserve your spot, send in a completed application along with $9,000 (half the tuition cost plus a $250 application fee). The remaining tuition balance will be due April 2nd, 60 days prior to the start of the training session in June.
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If you want something bad enough, you’ll find a way. If you don't, you'll find an excuse. That's the way Clinton attacks his dreams, and now he's come up with a way to help other talented horsemen find a way to become clinicians who represent Downunder Horsemanship. Clinton recognizes that many horsemen who are passionate about the Method and pursuing their dreams of becoming a clinician do not have the means necessary to fund their education. That's why he's created a scholarship program to his acclaimed Clinician Academy. Instead of paying the Academy's $17,500 tuition, standout individuals will be selected to work off their tuition, earning their education through hard work and dedication.
Learn more about the scholarship program.
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