WHIA to Partner with Horsecoursesonline.com

The partnership will provide all WHIA members with discounts on all courses offered.

(Edited press release)

The Women's Horse Industry Association announced they have formed a partnership with www.horsecoursesonline.com. The partnership will provide all WHIA members with discounts on all courses offered.
"Knowledge is power and we believe that the courses and accreditations that this company offers is something that will help our members become more successful in their horse businesses," said WHIA executive director Catherine Masters.
Horsecoursesonline.com is a provider of online college and university equine study, degree, and certification programs. It is the Internet extension of Success Is Easy, an equine education/information publishing firm established in 1978. Equine Studies Institute is the private administrative entity which grants and records "certification" as well as approving continuing education submissions.
Affiliated with nine colleges and universities, the HorseCoursesOnline faculty is comprised of award-winning horsemen and women with proven records of success in the fields they teach and an average of 23 years of teaching experience.

"Earning educational credentials is an investment in yourself," said Eleanor Blazer, president of HorseCoursesOnline. "Your education investment pays dividends year after year in better jobs and higher earnings. And now earning credentials is easy, fast, convenient and affordable because it is completely online with no completions deadlines. And you'll never be locked out."

For more information about horscoursesonline.com, contact Blazer (602) 616-8414 or via email at: elblazer@gvtc.com

The Women's Horse Industry Association is a business networking group for women working in the horse industry. The association will be hosting a networking conference on November 3-4 in Louisville, Ky.
For additional information or to sign up to attend, please call (615) 730-7833. The event is open to members and non-members. For additional information on the WHIA, visit www.womenshorseindustry.com.