BARCAMP TOPICS

Part of the conference will be held as a barcamp.

 

The agenda of a barcamp is designed by the participants themselves. It always works, even if none of the participants have ever participated in a barcamp and guarantees that exactly the subjects that are actually important to the participants are treated.

 

Charlotte Venema (Germany) will moderate this part.  She has been organizing barcamps for HR professionals since 2010 with up to 300 people and over two days (www.colearn.de).

 

Information on barcamps can be found here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BarCamp

 

In a barcamp you can propose themes before the event, even if the agenda is organized together at the beginning of the event.

Here you can send us your preferred topics:
https://goo.gl/forms/3NcIHQCnzIXDcdoL2

EAHAE International (former "European") Association for Horse Assisted Education

 

Non-profit business-unit of G&K HorseDream GmbH Private Academy for Horses, Leadership and Communication

ZEIDLERHOF Oberbeisheim
Lichtenhagener Str. 8
D-34593 Knüllwald
Germany

Phone: +49 5685 9224233

E-mail: office@eahae.org

EAHAE was founded by Gerhard Krebs (HorseDream) in August 2004. Since then HorseDream leads EAHAE as a part of its business. Membership fees and payments for special services go directly into the support of the community, namely administration of all EAHAE activity (website, social media) promoting EAHAE, sponsoring the conference and coaching and supporting the members.

 

EAHAE is a support platform, on which every member can develop her/his own horse assisted education business.  For the EAHAE community it is essential we hold and adhere to certain values.

 

Above all is trust. Further we encourage caring, collaborative business and not competitive business. It is core of the EAHAE values that we collaborate on an equal level. Regarding our horses, we consider them as trainers not as tools.

 

These core values are a substantial and essential facet of the HorseDream Train the Trainer Seminar, which qualifies for EAHAE membership. If it is felt by the board that these values are being compromised then membership can be revoked.