Equine Transition #2 - Page 14

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In late 2016, my Kiwi partner convinced me to give living in New Zealand a go with the bribe and a promise of a new horse! As soon as we started discussing leaving the country, I contacted my governing body the Association of McTimoney-Corley Skeletal Therapists, with two crucial questions. Firstly, whether my qualifications would be recognised in New Zealand? Secondly, would they be recognised to the same level?

It was fantastic to discover that they are recognised.

However, since moving here, I’ve found my UK qualifications are held in extremely high regard and have provided me with a significant point of difference to practitioners operating in New Zealand.

UK Qualifications

Amy Jennings is an Equine Therapist, who relocated from the UK to live and work in Auckland, New Zealand in 2016. She graduated from the University of Lincoln with a BSc (Hons) Equine Science and gained a post-graduate diploma in Equine Spinal Manipulation (chiropractic) from The Association of McTimoney-Corley Skeletal Therapists. Amy shares how she used her UK qualifications and experience to set-up a successful business, Auckland Equine Therapy, on the other side of the world...

By Amy Jennings

International Opportunities