Keeping PATH Intl. members updated about the accreditation of the PATH Intl. Registered Therapeutic Riding Instructor  Certification
PATH Intl. CTRI Application Paperwork Pilot Is Open
April 5, 2019
PATH Intl. is now accepting mock applications to help test the functionality of the PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI) application paperwork.* Only the application paperwork will be piloted; video submissions will NOT be a part of this pilot. This pilot will be open April 5 - May 31, 2019.

The application paperwork should be filled out (with the exception of Part III, the video demonstration) with plausible information based on the instructors own past or present experience to represent potential candidates. The paperwork will NOT be formally judged and therefore will not impact the status of any certification(s) held -- past, present or future. The applications submitted will be reviewed only to make sure the forms successfully capture the intended information. Instructions for filling out the application are included in the paperwork, but additional guidance can found in the credentialing council's April 1st communication.

Completed mock applications can be scanned and emailed to picc@pathintl.org OR mailed to:
PATH Intl.
PO Box 33150
Denver, CO 80233

Current instructors can earn 1 CEU of general continuing education (CE) for each mock application they submit for up to a total of 5 applications. All mock applications must be received by May 31, 2019.

Please contact Bret Maceyak with any questions about this pilot.

*The CTRI application paperwork (including the instruction of riding skills and communication video) does NOT need to be completed in order to transition credentials or maintain certification.

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